Selden

[sel-duh n]
noun
  1. George Baldwin,1846–1922, U.S. inventor of a gasoline-powered car.
  2. John,1584–1654, English historian, Orientalist, and politician.
  3. a city on N Long Island, in SE New York.
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Selden

noun
  1. John. 1584–1654, English antiquary and politician. As a member of Parliament, he was twice imprisoned for opposing the king
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