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The almud is an obsolete unit of measurement of volume used in Spain and in parts of the Americas that were colonized by Spain. The exact value of the almud was different from region to region. In Portugal the name almude was used and their values were much larger than the Spanish ones.

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Google previewIndian Notes and Monographs (1920)

A Series of Publications Relating to the American Aborigines

An almud is a dry measure equivalent to twelve English bushels.

Google previewHousehold and Class Relations (1990)

Peasants and Landlords in Northern Peru by Carmen Diana Deere

An almud is a measure ...

Google previewThe Earliest Notices Concerning the Conquest of Mexico by Cortés in 1519 (1920)

by Marshall Howard Saville

An almud is a dry measure equivalent to twelve English bushels.

Google previewThe Decline of Community in Zinacantan (1994)

Economy, Public Life, and Social Stratification, 1960-1987 by Frank Cancian

The almud is a measure of volume equivalent to 15 liters. "Cacique," meaning political boss, and "milpa," meaning ...

Google previewThe Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia (1904)

A Work of Universal Reference in All Departments of Knowledge, with a New Atlas of the World by William Dwight Whitney

almud, ahnude (al-mbd'), n. [Sp. almud, Pg. almudc, ( Ar. al-mudd, a measure, a 'bushe .

Google previewThe Jewish Encyclopedia (1907)

A Descriptive Record of the History, Religion, Literature, and Customs of the Jewish People from the Earliest Times to the Present Day by Isidore Singer, Cyrus Adler

“introduction to the '1'almud."' pp. 61-MB. Cincinnati.

Google previewThe Anglo-American Encyclopedia and Dictionary: Dictionary department (A-Z) (1904)

Almud or ...

Google previewA Dictionary of the Holy Bible, for the Use of Schools and Young Persons (1835)

by Edward Robinson

Babylon, which, tw ether with the Mishna, form the almud of Jemsalem, and that of Babylon. Our Saviour often censured the false traditions of the Pharisees; and reproached them with referrin these to the law itself. Iark 7: ,&c. Matt, 15:2,3, &c.

Google previewEntick's New Spelling Dictionary ... To which is prefixed a comprehensive Grammar of the English tongue ... By W. Crakelt (1800)

by John ENTICK, William CRAKELT

liíìen, hcarken, exgeů Artrnciîinte, the afi ol' Waiting, duty, а train Almud'anz, a. waiting on, conmûerl with, joined Anend'anz, f. on: tha: manda, опс :hat так: он Aftrndínd, purr. waited on, aucompanied ` Attend ст, ш afiïvcirxre, companion, ally , ...

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