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(Sedeman,) Sedman, Seidman, n. [e.m.E. seedman (1583).] A dealer in, or a sower of, seed. — 1570-3 Bann. Trans. 317.
Jhone Bell, seidman
1675 Aberd. Council Lett. V 426.
That the pryces of cruers sedmen and bearers of burdines be rightlie regulat

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