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Meaning of almud



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Felipe Lorenzo del Río

almud
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Measure of capacity unused for liquid and dry, from Hispanic Arabic ( 41 almudd; equivalent to 10 or 11 cubic decimetres, i.e. 10 or 11 litres, although not in all sites had the same value either as a measure of seeding. For example, in Albacete it was equivalent to half bushel, about 28 liters of capacity. Brought to America by the Spaniards, is it still in rural areas of Central America, Chile or Mexico.

  



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Andres Alberto Molina Coutiño

ALMUD: Measured antigua made with a box of wood that it was equivalent to 16 approximate kilos of grain.

  

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Anónimo

ALMUD: La Mancha, portion of land on which to plant half bushel of grain.

  

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Alfredo Edgardo Alvarez Ahumada

ALMUD:UNIDAD OF MEASURE OR UNCOMMON ABILITY TO MEASURE GRAMS.

  











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