- quint major,
- quint minor,
- quintana roo,
Origin of quintal
Examples from the Web for quintal
One quintal of steel to make files, punches, and drills, for boring the artillery.The Philippine Islands, 1493-1803|E.H. Blair
Quintal was his chum, and they got drunk together all the time.South Sea Tales|Jack London
These two, Quintal and McCoy, were emphatically the bad men of the party.
At this Quintal and McCoy both laughed, and said they were jesting.
His parishioners agreed to give him a quintal per man of winter fish—their best.Nooks and Corners of the New England Coast|Samuel Adams Drake
Word Origin for quintal
"a weight of a hundred pounds," c.1400, from Old French quintal "hundredweight," and directly from Medieval Latin quintale, from Arabic quintar, from Late Greek kentenarion, from Latin centenarius "containing a hundred" (see centenary).