seltsam

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From Middle High German seltsām, seltzām, seltsæm, alteration (due to Middle High German -sam (-some)) of Middle High German seltsæn, seltsæne, from Old High German seltsāni. Cognate with Dutch zeldzaam, English seldsome, and English seldom.

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seltsam (comparative seltsamer, superlative am seltsamsten)

  1. strange, odd

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