noun, adjective, pronoun Scot.
Examples from the Web for sel
Historical Examples of sel
Mother let Sel take the empty seat in the carryall beside her.
So I condecended to sel ours at same rate the Hollanders doe theirs.Diary of Richard Cocks Vol. I
This 'sel' is found in Swisserland, and other parts of the Rhine region.Pennsylvania Dutch
S. S. Haldeman
But the expression appears to mean happily in, And he folgede is red on sel, GE 1866; on good sel, id.
Blood′-ves′sel, a vessel in which blood circulates, a vein or artery; Blood′-worm, a small red earthworm used by anglers.