Converting a pussyfoot into liquid measure with caustic soda water.
A liquid measure of Amsterdam, which contains 32 gallons English.
Mutchkin, much′kin, n. a Scottish liquid measure of four gills, or forming one-fourth of a Scottish pint.
Bath, bth, n. the largest Jewish liquid measure, containing about six gallons.
The ephah is named here, of course, as a standard of dry measure, and the hin as a standard of liquid measure.
Their accounts were kept, and their references to pecuniary matters were always stated, in terms of liquid measure.
Log, log, n. a Hebrew liquid measure, believed to be very nearly an English pint.
Hin, hin, n. a Hebrew liquid measure containing about six English quarts.
The Ephah of dry measure equalled the Bath of liquid measure, and the Cab was the same in each.
Kilderkin, kil′dėr-kin, n. a small barrel: a liquid measure of 18 gallons.
|liquid measure |
A system of units for measuring liquid volume or capacity. Compare dry measure.