Definition of seldom in English:

seldom

Line breaks: sel¦dom
Pronunciation: /ˈsɛldəm
 
/

adverb

adjective

[attributive] dated Back to top  
  • Not common; infrequent: a great but seldom pleasure

Origin

Old English seldan, of Germanic origin; related to Dutch zelden and German selten, from a base meaning 'strange, wonderful'.

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