(comparative more seldsome, superlative most seldsome)
From seld + -some. Compare Middle English seldsene (“seldsome, rare”, literally “rarely seen”). Cognate with West Frisian seldsum (“rare”), Dutch zeldzaam (“rare, scarce”), German seltsam (“strange, odd”), Danish seldsom (“seldsome”).
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