seld

Seld vs Seldom - What's the difference?

seld | seldom |


As adjectives the difference between seld and seldom

is that seld is (archaic) rare, uncommon while seldom is (obsolete) rare; infrequent.

As adverbs the difference between seld and seldom

is that seld is (obsolete|or|dialectal|scotland) seldom while seldom is infrequently, rarely.

Body vs Seld - What's the difference?

body | seld |


As a noun body

is a bodysuit , chiefly worn by women and children.

As an adjective seld is

(archaic) rare, uncommon.

As an adverb seld is

(obsolete|or|dialectal|scotland) seldom.

Seld vs Sele - What's the difference?

seld | sele |


As an adjective seld

is (archaic) rare, uncommon.

As an adverb seld

is (obsolete|or|dialectal|scotland) seldom.

As a noun sele is

happiness, fortune.

Seld vs Sled - What's the difference?

seld | sled |


As an adjective seld

is (archaic) rare, uncommon.

As an adverb seld

is (obsolete|or|dialectal|scotland) seldom.

As a noun sled is

a small, light vehicle with runners, used, mostly by young persons, for sliding on snow or ice.

As a verb sled is

to ride a sled.

Seld vs Sed - What's the difference?

seld | sed |


As an adjective seld

is (archaic) rare, uncommon.

As an adverb seld

is (obsolete|or|dialectal|scotland) seldom.

As a noun sed is

(electronics) surface-conduction electron-emitter display.

Seld vs Sheld - What's the difference?

seld | sheld |


As adjectives the difference between seld and sheld

is that seld is (archaic) rare, uncommon while sheld is (uk|dialect) variegated; spotted; speckled; piebald.

As an adverb seld

is (obsolete|or|dialectal|scotland) seldom.

Seld vs Sild - What's the difference?

seld | sild |


As an adjective seld

is (archaic) rare, uncommon.

As an adverb seld

is (obsolete|or|dialectal|scotland) seldom.

As a noun sild is

herring.

Seld vs Keld - What's the difference?

seld | keld |


As adjectives the difference between seld and keld

is that seld is (archaic) rare, uncommon while keld is (obsolete) having a kell or covering; webbed.

As an adverb seld

is (obsolete|or|dialectal|scotland) seldom.

Seld vs Teld - What's the difference?

seld | teld |


As an adjective seld

is (archaic) rare, uncommon.

As an adverb seld

is (obsolete|or|dialectal|scotland) seldom.

As a noun teld is

(obsolete) a tent.

As a verb teld is

(obsolete) to lodge in a tent.

Seld vs Geld - What's the difference?

seld | geld |


As an adjective seld

is (archaic) rare, uncommon.

As an adverb seld

is (obsolete|or|dialectal|scotland) seldom.

As a noun geld is

money.

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