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Norwegian NynorskEdit

NounEdit

selar m

  1. indefinite plural of sel
  2. indefinite plural of sele

VerbEdit

selar

  1. present tense of sela and sele

Old NorseEdit

PortugueseEdit

Etymology 1Edit

From Old Portuguese selar, from Latin sigillāre, present active infinitive of sigillō. Compare Spanish sellar, Catalan segellar, French sceller, Italian suggellare. Cf. also the borrowed doublet sigilar.

VerbEdit

selar (first-person singular present indicative selo, past participle selado)

  1. to seal; to stamp

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Etymology 2Edit

sela +‎ -ar

VerbEdit

selar (first-person singular present indicative selo, past participle selado)

  1. to saddle

ConjugationEdit