Sely meaning

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(archaic) Happy, pleasant.
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(archaic) Innocent, harmless; good.
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(archaic) Humble, lowly, poor.
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(archaic) Spiritually favored, blessed, holy, virtuous, righteous.

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(archaic) Worthy, noble, fine, excellent;

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(archaic) Wealthy (figurative)
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Origin of sely

  • from Middle English sely, from Old English sǣliġ (“blessed, fortunate”), (also gesǣliġ (“happy, prosperous, blessed, fortunate”)), from Proto-Germanic *sēlīgaz (“happy”), equivalent to seel +‎ -y. Cognate with West Frisian sillich, Dutch zalig (“blessed”), German selig (“blessed, overjoyed”).
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