Definitions for seely
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Pitiable, deserving of sympathy; poor, miserable.
Origin: From sely, from * (attested only in form gesælig), from sēlīgaz, equivalent to . Cognate with West Frisian sillich, Dutch zalig, German selig. Developed into silly.
Seely was a dream pop band from Atlanta, Georgia formed in 1994. They released four albums before disbanding in 2000.
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