selon

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See also: ŝelon and selön

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Noun[edit]

selon

  1. accusative singular of selo

Finnish[edit]

Noun[edit]

selon

  1. Genitive singular form of selko.

French[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From Old French selunc, from earlier solonc, sulonc, sulunc, probably from a Vulgar Latin *sublungum, from Latin sub + longum. Alternatively from a supposed Old French *seon or from son (itself from Latin secundum; compare Old Occitan segon), later crossed with long, lonc.

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selon

  1. according to; whichever applies; depending on.
    L'évangile selon Matthieu.
    The gospel according to Matthew.
    Les enfants sont séparés en plusieurs groupes, selon leur âge.
    The children are separated into many groups, according to their age.

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