selion

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Etymology[edit]

Old French seillon (a measure of land), French sillon (a ridge, furrow), Latin selio (a measure of land).

Noun[edit]

selion (plural selions)

  1. (dated) A mediaeval open strip of land or small field used for growing crops

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