selion

noun sel·ion \ˈselyən\

Definition of selion

plural

-s

  1. :  one of the strips or ridges of land allotted for cultivation in the open-field system

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Origin and Etymology of selion

Middle English sellion, from Middle French seillon, a measure of land, from Old French sillon ridge, furrow


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