Muid - definition of muid by The Free Dictionary
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1. (Historical Terms) a former French measure of capacity
2. (Historical Terms) a method of measuring land in France based on the number of muids of seeds needed to sow the land
(Units) a South African dry measure of capacity equivalent to about 109 litres
Muid a dry measure for corn, meat, salt, etc.
Examples: muid of coals, 1727; of corn, 1692; of land, 1674; of gold rings, 1547; of rye, 1771; of bay salt, 1703; of wine, 1491.
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