Semen

v. to load, to be a weightEtymology: Anglo-Saxon séman, from séam; see above.
v. to make two parties the same, to conciliate, hence to suit, to appear suitable or seemly, later, to seemVariants: seme, seme, to reconcile semet, pr. s., seems fitting, Phr.: to my seminge, as it appears to meEtymology: Anglo-Saxon séman, ge-séman —See Some