noun, plural fa·ne·gas [fuh-ney-guh z; Spanish fah-ne-gahs] /fəˈneɪ gəz; Spanish fɑˈnɛ gɑs/.
- faneuil hall,
- fanfani, amintore
Origin of fanega
Examples from the Web for fanega
Maize was sold by the carga, or load, which was about one half of the Castilian fanega.The Works of Hubert Howe Bancroft, Volume 2|Hubert Howe Bancroft
Measuring by fanegas was then still in vogue in Mexico; a fanega equals about sixty-four kilograms.
The price of cacao was, at the close of 1852, sixteen dollars the fanega.The Commercial Products of the Vegetable Kingdom|P. L. Simmonds
It is measured not by the bushel, but by the fanega, which weighs 225 pounds.A Journey in Southeastern Mexico|Henry Howard Harper
I asked him if he wanted us to die from starvation, and then another man offered me half a fanega.