1) A selion or strip in the common arable field.
1315 ‘two landys lying on Cafurlang’, Batley
1537 that everyman make hys fence abowte the whete feyld of Normanton afore Thursday next apon pane of every lande end or gape 4d
1554 are the three lands ... now or heretofore enclosed or do they lie in the common Felde unclosed and unfenced, Wetwang. It was an element in numerous minor place-names: 1589 novem seliones terre arrabilis, Kirkheaton.