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Length (Metre, m)

  • Metric: Ångström (Å), Nanometre (nm), Micrometre (µm), Millimetre (mm), Centimetre (cm), Decimetre (dm), Metre (m), Decametre (dam), Hectometre (hm), Kilometre (km), Myriametre, Megametre (Mm)
  • International: Inch, Zoll (in), Foot, Fuß (ft), Yard, Schritt (yd), Furlong (fur), Statute Mile, Meile (stat.mi), League, Wegstunde (lea), Cable Length (cbl), Nautical Mile (sm)
  • Anglo-American: Twip (twp.), Thou (UK), Mil (US) (mil), Mickey, Calibre, Kaliber (cal), Point (pt.), Shoe Ounce, Shoe Iron, Linie, Line (ln), Finger (Breadth), Digit, Nail Foot, Barleycorn, Gerstenkorn, Inch, Zoll, Pouce (in), Stick, Nail Yard, Nagel, Palm, Handfläche, Hand, Palm Width, Handbreit, Shaftment, Kleine Spanne, Link, Kettenglied, Chaînon (li), Span, Große Spanne, Quarter, Viertelyard, Foot, Fuß, Pied (ft), Cubit, Pace (US), Step (UK), Yard, Verge (yd), Ell, Elle, Grade, Geometric Pace, Doppelschritt, Rod, Pole, Perch, Rute, Perche (rd), Rope, Seil, Chain, Acre-Breadth, Kettenlänge, Chaîne (ch), Skein, Furlong, Achtelmeile, Furchenlänge (fur), Statute Mile, Landmeile, Mille (stat.mi.), Liga, League, Landleuga (lea), Spindle, Spindel
  • US Survey: US Survey Inch, Landvermessungszoll, US Survey Foot, Landvermessungsfuß, US Survey Mile, Landvermessungsmeile
  • Nautical: Fathom, Klafter, Faden (fm), Shackle (UK), Shot (US), Cable Length (cbl), Nautical Mile, Sea Mile (Admirality), British Sea Mile, Seemeile (sm/NM), Nautical, Sea League, Seeleuga (nl)
  • Astronomic: Light Year (ly), Light Day (Ld), Light Hour (Lh), Light Minute (Lm), Light Second (Ls), Light Micro Second, Light Nano Secound, Parsec (pc), Attoparsec (apc), Astronomische Einheit (AE), Astronomical Unit (AU), Siriometer, Light-Foot, Siriometer, Radius Moon (R☾), Radius Earth (R♁), Radius Jupiter (R♃), Radius Sun (R☉)
  • Burmese System, Burma: Sanchi, Hnan, Mayaw, Let Thit, Maik, Htwa, Taung, Lan, Ta, Out-Thaba, Kawtha , Ga-wout, Yuzana
  • Ancient World: Nippur-Elle, Cubic, Cubitus, Pechys Ephtymetrikos , Römische Elle, Salamis-Elle, Ägyptische Königselle, Garde-Elle, Arabische Nil-Elle, Neilos, Pechys Neilos, Pechys Basilikos, Pechys Histonikos, Mesopotamos, Mesopotamische Elle, Pes, Römischer Fuß, Rome Foot, Pous Metrios, Gemeingriechischer Fuß, Greek Foot, Kyrenaischer Fuß, Cyrenaic Foot, Pous Italikos, Samische Elle, Attische Fuß, Attic Foot, Leuge, Leuga, Leuca, Lieska, Leuge, Leuga, Leuca, Lieska (Meile, Mile)
  • Ancient Egyptian: Djeba, Finger (db), Schesep, Henet, Handbreite (šsp), Hand (drt), Amem, Faust, Fist (amm), Schesepui, Zwei Handbreiten, Pedj-scherer, Kleine Spanne, Span (spd), Pedj-aa, Große Spanne, Djeser, Vier Handbreiten, Foot (bw), Remen, Fünf Handbreiten (rmn), Meh Scherer, Kleine Elle (mh), Meh, Elle (alte Königselle) (mh), Nebi, Naubia, Nibw, Double Remen, Rod, H3YT (h3yt), Chet, Chet-en-nuh, Schenoch (ht), Minute of March, Stadion, Iteru, Schoinos, königl. Fluss- und Sonnenstundenmaß, Atur, Itrw, Hour of March
  • Ancient Aragon: Cana
  • Ancient Greece: Daktylos, Daktulos, δάκτυλος, Finger Breadth, Kondylos, Condulos, κόνδυλος, Middle Joint of Finger, Palaistē, Dōron, παλαιστή,δῶρον, Palm, Dichas, Hēmipodion, Dikhas, διχάς, ἡμιπόδιον, Half Foot, Lichas, λιχάς, Span of Thumb, Orthodōron, ὀρθόδωρον, Spithamē, σπιθαμή, Span of all Fingers, Pous, πους, Foot, Pygmē, πυγμή, Elbow to Base of Fingers, Pygōn, πυγών, Pēchys, Pechua, πῆχυς, Cubit, Pēchys Basilēïos, πῆχυς βασιλήιος, Royal Cubit, Haploun Bēma, ἀπλοῦν βῆμα, Khulon, Diploun Bēma, διπλοῦν βῆμα, Orgyia, Orguia, ὀργυιά, Akaina, ἄκαινα, Plethron, πλέθρον, Stadion, στάδιον, Stadion, στάδιον (Itinerary), Stadion, στάδιον (Olympic), Diaulos, δίαυλος, Hippikon, ἱππικόν, Dolichos, Dolikhos, δόλιχος, Parasanga, Parasanges, παρασάγγες, Schoinos, Skhoinos, Rope, σχοινός, Stathmos, σταθμός, Tagesreise
  • Ancient Mesopotamian: Še, Uţţatu, Grain, Gerstenkorn, Šu-Si, Susi, Ubānu, Finger, Fingerbreit, Šu-Du-A, Šīzu, Foot, Fuß, Kuš, Ammatu, Cubit, Ğiri, Šēpu, Step, Gi, Qanû, Reed, Rohr, Nindan, Nindanu, Rod, Uš, Še, Eše, Aslu, Cord, Stadion, NER, UŠ, Cable, SAR, Parasang, Da-Na, Bêru, League, Beru
  • Ancient Rome: Digitus, Fingerbreit, Uncia, Palmus, Handbreit, Pes, Fuß, Cubitus, Elle, Gradus, Pace, Einzelschritt, Passus, Double Pace, Doppelschritt, Pertica, Rute, Actus, Arpent, Stadium, Stadion, Mille passus, Meile, Leuga, Leuge, Schoenus
  • Old Culmic 1233: Zoll, Fuß, Schuh, Elle, Klafter, Rute, Meile
  • Acolhua: Tlaquahuitl
  • Arabia: Assbaa, Finger, Cabda, Handfläche, Fuß (Arabisch), Arsh, Kleine Elle, Arsh, Große Elle, Orgye, Klafter, Qasab, Rute, Seir, Stadion, Ghalva, Farasakh, Parasang, Farsäng, Barid, Legal Cubit, Arab Mile (Legal Cubit), Al-Ma'mun's Surveying Cubit, Arab Mile (Al-Ma'mun), Guz, Gaz, Guzz, Guj, Gudge
  • Argentinia/Buenos Aires: Legua Argentina, Varas
  • Bavaria: Skrupel, Linie, Zoll, Fuß, Schritt, Klafter, Rute, Meile
  • Bavaria after 1872: Skrupel, Linie, Zoll, Fuß, Rute
  • Bolivia: Legua, Ladres
  • Brazil: Légua, Legua, Varas, Bracas
  • Cambodia: Cham Am, Thneap
  • Chinese: Hu (忽) (忽), Si (丝) (丝), Hao (毫), Li (市厘), Fen (市分), Cun (市寸), Chi (市尺), Bu (步), Zhang (市丈), Yin (引), Li (市里), Pu, Schritt, Tschi
  • Chile/Guatemala/Haiti: Legua, Cuadros, Varras
  • Denmark: Mil, Meile, Fjerdingmil, Viertelmeile, Kvartmil, Fjerdingvej, Favn, Faden, Alen, Elle, Fod, Rheinfuß, Kvarter, Viertel, Palme, Handfläche, Tomme, Daumen, Bygkorn, Gerstenkorn, Linie, Skrupel
  • Germany: Punkt, Linie, Finger, Zoll, Handbreit, Dezimalfuß, Rheinfuß, Fuß, Schuh, Stange, Spanne, Elle, Schritt, Doppelschritt, Klafter, Faden, Lachter, Lachter, Berglachter, Spann, Zoll, Primen, Sekunden, Lachterschnur, Lachterfuß , Lachterzoll , Lachterlinien, Lachter Altenberg, Lachter Anhalt-Köthen, Harzgeröder Lachter, Lachter Annaberg, Lachter Baden, Lachter Bayern, Lachter Bayreuth, Lachter Berchtesgaden, Lachter Böhmen, Lachter Braunschweig, Lachter Clausthal, Lachter Eisleben, Lachter Freiberg, Altes Freiberger Lachter, Lachter Idria, Krain, Lachter Joachimsthal, Jáchymov, Lachter Johanngeorgenstadt, Lachter Kronach, Lachter Lippe-Detmold, Lachter Marienberg, Lachter Nassau, Lachter Schemnitz, Banská Štiavnica, Lachter Schlesien, Lachter Tirol, Lachter Württemberg, Rute, Ruthe, Rute (Metrisch), Wegstunde, Meile Anhalt, Meile Baden, Meile Böhmen, Meile Brabant, Meile Bayern, Meile Hamburg, Meile Hessen-Kassel, Meile Lippe-Detmold, Meile Oldenburg, Meile Osnabrück , Meile Pfalz, Meile Rheinland, Meile Sachsen, Meile Schleswig-Holstein, Meile Westfalen, Meile Vienna, Meile Wiesbaden, Meile Württemberg, Reichsmeile, Schainos, Tagesreise
  • England 1066: Poppyseed, Line, Barleycorn, Gerstenkorn, Digit, Finger, Ynch, angelsächsisches Zoll, Nail, Nagel, Palm, Hand(fläche), Hand, Hand(breit), Shaftment, kleine Spanne, Span, große Spanne, Foot, Fuß, Cubit, Unterarm, Yard, Schritt, Ell, Elle, Ellbogen, Fathom, Faden, Klafter, Rod, Gyrd, Rute, Perch, Gunters Chain, Kettenlänge, Furlong, Furchenlänge, Mile, Meile, League, Leuge, Wegstunde
  • Finland: Kortteli, Vaaksa, Spanne, Kyynärä, Elle, Syli, Faden, Klafter, Virsta, Werst, Poronkusema, Peninkulma
  • Frankfurt: Linie, Zoll, Fuß, Elle
  • France: Douzième, Skrupel, Ligne, Pariser Linie, Paris Line (L), Pouce, Zoll, French Inch, Pied, Fuß, Toise, Faden, Klafter (T), Toise du Grand Châtelet (T), Toise de l’Académie (T), Toise de Paris (T), Lieue de Poste, Postleuge, Postleuga, Lieue Metrique, metrische Leuge, Lieue Commune, Landleuge, Toise Québécoise (T), Toise (Französische Schweiz) (T), Toise Carlovingienne (T), Toise des Maçons (T), Toise 1766 (T), Toise 1799 (T), Toise 1812-1840 (T), Arpent (French North America), Arpent (Paris)
  • France Metric: Trait, Doigt, Palme, Handbreit, Urmeter, Standard Meter (=443,296 Ligne), Perche, Rute, Mille, Meile, Lieue
  • France Système Usuel: Ligne, Linie, Pouce, Zoll, Pied Usuel, Fuß, Aune Usuelle, Toise Usuelle
  • Hannover: Linie, Zoll, Spann, Fuß, Elle, Schritt, Klafter, Lachter, Rute, Wegstunde, Landmeile
  • Hesse: Linie, Zoll, Fuß, Elle, Meile
  • Hong Kong: Tsun, Inch (吋), Check, Foot (呎), Ma, Yard (碼), Li, Mile (哩)
  • India: Gaz, Guz, Yard Bengalen, Gaz, Guz, Yard Bombay, Gaz, Guz, Yard Madras, Sana Lamjel, Bamboo, Girah, Geerah, Hasta, Hat'h, Moolum, Hand, Cubit, Aṅgula, Angul, Finger, Thumb, Nalva, Vitasti, Span, Dhanusha, Jow, Jacob, Unglie, Dharnugrah, Dhanurmushti, Vitastaa, Aratni, Hast, Cubit, Haath, Dand, Dhanush, Rajju, Paridesh, Krosh, Gorut, Kos, Kosh, Koss, Yojan
  • Ireland: Grain, Ordlach, Thumb Length, Bas, Palm, Dorn, Fist, Troighid, Foot, Céim, Step, Deiscéim, Double Step, Fertach, Rod, Forrach
  • Japanese: Mō (毛, 毫) (毛), Rin (厘), Bu (分), Sun (寸), Shaku (尺), Ken (間), Hiro (尋), Jō (丈), Chō (町), Ri (里)
  • Colombia: Legua, Milla
  • Croatia: Hvat, Stopa
  • Malta: Pulzier, Pulzieri, Inch, Fitel, Iftla, Hand Span, Xiber, Ixbar, Foot, Qasba, Qasbiet, Fathom
  • Mexico: Legua, Tresas, Varas
  • Mongolian: Ald
  • Myanmar/Burmar: Bamboo, Dha, Saundaungs, Dain, Burmese League
  • Nepal: Guz, Gaz, Guzz, Guj, Gudge
  • Netherlands: Duim, Daumen, Zoll, Kleine Palm, Grote Palm, Voet, Fuß, El, Elle
  • Norway: Tylft, Rast, Wegstunde, Mil, Meile, Fjerdingsvei, Viertelmeile, Landmil, Alte Landmeile, Steinkast, Steinwurf, Lås, Stang, Rute, Lakter (Bergbau), Favn, Faden, Klafter, Alen, Elle, Fot, Fuß, Kvarter, Viertelelle, Tomme, Daumen, Zoll, Linje, Linie, Skrupel
  • Nautical Norway: Favn, Faden, Kabellengde, Kabellänge, Kvartmil, Viertelmeile, Sjømil, Seemeile
  • Austria: Punkt, Linie, Zoll, Faust, Fuß, Klafter, Rute, Meile, Wiener Maßelle, Wiener Stephansdom Leinenelle, Wiener Tuchelle, Lachter, Berglachter
  • Oletzcoic: Zoll, Fuß, Schuh, Elle, Klafter, Rute, Meile
  • Persia: Aiwas, Finger, Pank'a Aiwas, Fünf Finger, Zereth, Trayas, Fuß, Arsani, Fuß, Daca Trayas, Stock, Daca Kswacsh, Chebel, Stadion, Parasang, Mansion, Stathmos, Väjäb, Spanne, Guz, Gueza, Zer, Common Guz, Gueza, Zer, Government Standard Guz, Gueza, Zer, Retail Trade Standard Guz, Gueza, Zer
  • Peru: Legua, Fuß, Foot
  • Poland: Cal, Dłoń, Ćwierć, Sztych, Stopa, Łokieć , Sążeń, Krok Geometryczny, Pręt, Laska, Sznur, Staje
  • Portugal: Légua Antiga, Legua, Légua Nova, Legua, Milhas, Estadios, Toesa, Toise (T)
  • Prussia 1755: Linie, Zoll, Fuß, Elle, Klafter, Lachter , Rute, Meile, Fundgrube Bergbau, Maß Bergbau
  • Prussia 1816: Zoll, Fuß, Rute, Meile
  • Russia: Totschka, точка, Punkt, Linja, линия, Linie, Djuim, дюйм, Zoll, Daumen, Werschok, вершoк, Sechzehntel Elle, Tschetwert, Pjad, четверть, пядь, Viertel Elle, Spanne, Fut, фут, Fuß, Stopa, cтопа, Halbe Elle, alter Fuß), Arschin, аршин, Elle, Saschen, сажень, Dreifache Elle, Sazhen, Werst, верста, Versta, Verst, Mezhevaya Verst, Border Verst, Milja, миля, Meile
  • Saxony: Straßenrute, Ackerrute, Klafter, Stab, Elle, Fuß, Zoll, Linie, Wegstunde , Sächsische Postmeile, Deutsche Postmeile, Camburger Ackerrute, Sächsische Feldmesserrute, Lachter (Bergbau)
  • Tibet: Sūkṣma, Sehr feiner Staub, Aṇu, Feiner Staub, Vālāgra, Haarspitze, Rāji, Senfkorn, Yūkā, Laus, Yava, Gerstenkorn, Aṅgula, Fingerbreite, Hasta, Elle, Dhanus, Bogenlänge, Krośa, Rufweite, Yojana
  • Sansibar: Taka, Tobe, Schuka, War, Durrah
  • Scotland: Inch, Zoll, Foot, Fuß, Yard, Ell, Elle, Barony Ell, Fall, Rod, Raip, Rope, Scots Mile, Meile, König-David-Elle
  • Switzerland: Striche, Linien, Zoll, Fuss, Elle, Stab, Klafter, Ruthe, Wegstunde, Minute, Pied de Champ, Toise (T)
  • Sweden: Kyndemil, Fackelbrenndauer, Mil, Landmeile, Nymil, Neue Meile, Skogsmil, Rast, Waldrast, Fjärdingsväg, Viertelmeile, Stenkast, Steinwurf, Ref, Landvermessungseinheit, Stång, Landvermessungsrute, Famn, Faden, Aln, Elle, Fot, Fuß, Kvarter, Viertelelle, Tum, Daumen, Zoll, Linje, Linie
  • Nautical Sweden: Famnar, Distansminut, Kabellængd, Kabellänge, Kvartmil, Viertelmeile, Sjœmil, Sjømil, Seemeile
  • Spain: Legua, L. Antigua, Legua, L. Nueva, Varas, Millas, Fuß, Foot
  • Spain Castilia: Punto, Point, Línea, Line, Pulgada, Inch, Coto, Palmo, Pie, Foot, Vara, Yard, Paso, Pace, Legua, League
  • Spain Guatemala: Pulgada, Inch, Pie, Foot, Vara, Yard, Cuadra, Milla, Mile, Legua, League, Wegstunde
  • Tatar: Duym, дюйм, Thumb, Qarış, вершок, Fut, Foot, Çirek, Qarış, Söyäm, пядь, Arşın, аршин, Sajın, Qolaç, Tayaq, сажень, Çaqrım, верста, Färsäx, parasang, Mil, миля, Atnı tuqtawsız yurıyu (horse without stops), Cäyäwleneñ könlek yulı (day of riding), Atnıñ könlek yulı (horse distance a day), Cäyäwleneñ aylıq yulı (month of riding)
  • Thailand: Kabiet, Niu (นิ้ว), Kueb (คืบ), Sok (ศอก), Wah, Wa, Waa (วา), Sen (เส้น), Yojana, Yot (โยชน์)
  • Tibet: Phra Rab Rdul, Sehr feiner Staub, Phra Mo, Feiner Staub, Skra Yi Rtse Mo, Haarspitze, Ske Tshe, Senfkorn, Shig, Laus, Nas, Gerstenkorn, Rkang, Cha Chung, Sor Mo, Fingerbreite, Cha Chen, Mtho, Spanne, Khru, Elle, Rang 'Dom, Klafter, Gzhu, Bogenlänge, Rgyang Grags, Rufweite, Dpag Tshad
  • Turkey: Mil, Kulaç, Mimari Arşın, Parmak, Hat, Nokta
  • Bible and Talamud: Etzba, Fingerbreadth, Finger, Tefah, Tefach, Palm, Handbreite, Hasit, Double Palm, Zeret, Span, Spanne, Fuß, Amah, El, Elle, Pesiah, Pace, Große Elle, königliche Elle, Schritt, Gang, Faden, Klafter, Rute, Ris, Stadium, Stadion, Feld, Sabbatweg, Mil, Meile, Parasa, Parsasang, Derekh Yom, Tagesmarsch, Day's Journey
  • Geography: Geographical Mile (WGS-84), Geographical Mile (IAU-2000), Geografisk Mil (Denmark), Geographische Meile (Deutschland), Geographische Landmeile (Deutschland)
  • Gunter's/Surveyor's Measurement: Gunter's Chain, Gunter's Link, Acre-Breadth
  • Ramden's/Engineer's System: Ramden's Chain (ch.), Ramden's Link (lnk.)
  • Rathborn System: Rathborn's Chain, Prime, Seconds, Rathborn's Link
  • Clothes: Nail (Cloth), Finger (Cloth), Pariser Strich, Paris Point (Schuhe, Shoes)
  • Typography: Gutenberg, Twip (twp), Point (pt), Agate, Pica, Didot Punkt, Cicero, French Points, Didot Points
  • Physics: Bohr Radius (a0), Atomic Unit of Length (Hartree) (a0), Atomic Einheit der Länge (Hartree) (a0), X-Unit (xu), X-Einheit (XE), Siegbahn, Planck Länge, Stoney Länge, Stoney Particle Radius, Electron Wavelength, Neutrino Wavelength, Schrödinger Length, Natural Particle Physics Length, Fermi (fm), Planck Length, Stoney Length, Stoney Partikelradius
  • US Size: 30, 0 Size, 29, 0 Size, 28, 0 Size, 27, 0 Size, 26, 0 Size, 25, 0 Size, 24, 0 Size, 23, 0 Size, 22, 0 Size, 21, 0 Size, 20, 0 Size, 19, 0 Size, 18, 0 Size, 17, 0 Size, 16, 0 Size, 15, 0 Size, 14, 0 Size, 13, 0 Size, 12, 0 Size, 11, 0 Size, 10, 0 Size, 9, 0 Size, 8, 0 Size, 7, 0 Size, 6, 0 Size, 5, 0 Size, 4, 0 Size, 3, 0 Size, 2, 0 Size, 0 Size, 1 Size, 2 Size, 3 Size, 4 Size, 5 Size, 6 Size, 7 Size, 8 Size, 9 Size, 10 Size, 11 Size, 12 Size, 13 Size, 14 Size, 15 Size, 16 Size, 17 Size, 18 Size, 19 Size, 20 Size, 21 Size, 22 Size, 23 Size, 24 Size, 25 Size, 26 Size, 27 Size, 28 Size, 29 Size, 30 Size, 31 Size, 32 Size, 33 Size
  • Zork: Bloit
  • Potrzebie: Potrzebie
  • Others: Allgemeine, Metrische, General, Metric Leuga, Bahar (Iran), Beard-Second, Bolt (Farbric, Canvas), Bolts of Fabric, Cubit, Data Mile (Radar, JTIDS), Dioptre (dpt), Dragstrip, Earth Radius, Erdradius (Convenient Mean Radius), French Catheter Scale, Charrière (CH), Gerstenkorn, Barleycorn, Handbreit, Hand Palm Width, Hank of Wool, Hair's Breadth, Width of Humain Hair, Himetric (Independent Computer Display Measure), Fistmele, Handfläche, Palm, Kaliber, Calibre (cal.), Kaliber Uhr, Clock, Klick (Military), Legue, Legua Uruguay, Legua Paraguay, Legua Honduras, Legua Ecuador, Legua Venezuela, Legua Guatemala, Length (Horse Racing), London Double Decker Bus Height, London Double Decker Bus Length, Meridiansekunde, Meridiantertie (mtr), Mickey (Computer Mouse), Legua Ecuador, Megalithisches Yard, Megalithic Yard, Alexander Thom (MY), Metric Inch, Metric Foot, Metric Mile (Track Running), Metric Mile (US), Modulor Navel Height (Original), Modulor Navel Height (Revised), Modulor Double Navel Height (Original), Modulor Double Navel Height (Revised), Pace (US), Step (UK), Pando (Room Dimensions), Psilon (Plants), Pyramidic Inch, Jewish Inch, Quarter, Viertelyard, Rack Unit (U), Rope (Somersetshire; Drainage, Hedging, Wall Building), Sacred Cubit, Sarnowski (Kite, Height of Avarage Person) (CPS), Sheepy, Shoe Ounce, Shoe Iron, Seconds Pendulum, Sekundenpendel, Seil, Rope, Skein, Smoot (Bridge, Brücken), Spindel, Spindle, Span, Spanne, Shaftment, Spat, Stick, Stories (Buildings), Vema, βήμα, Byzantine Pace, Byzantinischer Fuß, Walking Distance Measure (Minute)
  • Comparisons: Cross Section Radius of 1 MeV Neutrinos, Protons und Neutron, Atom Nucleus, Thickness of Cell Membrane, Atom, Small Viruses, Fog, Mist or Cloud Water Droplet, Respirable Dust, Human Egg, Pixel Spacing, Thickness Paper, Thickness Human Hair, Thickness Coin, Diameter Golf Ball, Diameter CD, Human Stride, Standard Gauge Railway, Width Soccer Goal, Length Blue Whale, Leaning Tower of Pisa, Width Soccer Fiels, Statue of Liberty, Length Soccer Field, Great Pyramid of Giza, Cathedral of Cologne, Eiffel Tower, Empire State Building, Taipei 101, Burj Khalifa, Film of a 100 Minute Cinefilm, Distance of Hiker per Hour, Height Mount Everest (highest Mountain), Challenger-Tief, Mariana Trench (deepest point), Marathon, Ruhr, Height of the International Space Station (ISS), Rhine, Diameter Moon, North-South Expansion of Europe, Missouri-Mississippi, Great Wall of China, Amazonas, Nile, Trans-Siberian Railway (longest in the World), Diameter of the Earth at the Equator, Earth's Circumference at the Equator WGS-84), Earth's Circumference at the Equator (IAU-2000), Distance Earth-Moon, Diameter Sun, Distance Earth-Sun, Distance to nearest discovered Solar Twin, Thickness of Milky Way Galaxy's, Distance to Andromeda Galaxy, Diameter of the observable Universe

Area (Square Metre, m²)

  • Metric: Square Nanometre ((nm)²), Square Micrometre ((μm)²), Square Millimetre ((mm)²), Square Centimetre ((cm)²), Square Decimtre ((dm)²), Square Metre (m²), Are (a), Decare, Hectare (ha), Square Kilometre ((km)²)
  • Anglo-American: Square Mil, Thou (sq.mil.), Circular Mil, Thou (circ.mil.), Sqare Inch, Quadratzoll, Pouce Carré (sq.in.), Circular Inch, Kreiszoll (circ.in.), Square Foot, Quadratfuß, Pied Carré (sq.ft.), Square Yard, Verge Carrée (sq.yd.), Square (sq.), Square Rod, Perch, Pole, Quadratrute, Perche Carrée (sq.rd.), Board (bd.), Cord, Faden, Nail Acre (ac.), Rood, Viertelmorgen (ro.), Acre, Morgen, Acker, Joch (ac.), Square Mile, Quadratmeile, Mille Carré (sq.mi.), Square Link (sq.lnk.), Square Chain (sq.ch.)
  • Land: Square Rod, Perch, Pool, Rute (sq.rd.), Acre, Morgen (ac.), Homestead, Heimstatt, Section, Survey Mile, Township, Gemeinde, Yardland, Virgate, Hide, Hufe, Hube, Barony
  • Ancient Greece: Plethron, πλέθρον
  • Ancient Egyptian: Cha-ta, Charo, Chara, Setjat, Cha, Ta, Meh-Ta), Remen, Heseb, Sa
  • Ancient Mesopotamian: Še, Gin, Sar, Iku, Gan
  • Ancient Mesopotamian GAN: Gin, Šiqlu, Shekel, Sar, Mūšaru, Garden, Uzalak, Quarter-Field, Upu, Ubû, Half-Field, Iku, Ikû, Field, Bur, Būru, Estate
  • Ancient Rome: Quinaria, Quinaria (Vitruvius Standard), Pes Quadratus, Quadratfuß, Scripulum, Quadratrute, Actus Minimus, Ulne Furchen, Clima, Stückchen, Actus Quadratus, Acker, Iugerum, Jugerum, Jugera, Jugus, Joch, Heredium, Morgen, Centuria, Großhufe, Saltus, Quadruplex
  • Egyptian: Feddan, Faddān, Kirat
  • Bavaria: Quadratzoll, Quadratfuß, Bifang, Pifang, Beet, Quadratrute, Dezimale, Tagwerk, Morgen, Jauchert, Joch, Hube, Hufe
  • Belgium: Bunder
  • Chinese: Cun² (方寸)) (方寸), Chi² (方尺), Zhang² (方丈), Li (市厘), Fen (市分), Mu (市亩, 畝) (市亩), Shí (市石), Qing (市顷)
  • Denmark: Kvadratalen, Quadratelle, Penning, Pfennig , Album, Fjerdingkar, Viertel, Skæppe, Scheffel, Tønde Land, Tonne Land, Tønde Hartkorn, Tonne Hartkorn, Heitscheffel
  • Germany: Acker, Himten Acker, Demat, Dezimal, Diemat, Diemath, Dagmet, Diemt, Dimt Ostfriesland, Demat, Demath Norderstapel, Drohn, Drömt Fehmarn, Gehrt, Grasen, Haken, Himten, Himtsaat, Himtenstelle, Holle, Hufe, Hube, Hufe, Hube, Königshufe, Hägerhufe, Hegerhufe, Landhufe, Hakenhufe, Trippelhufe, Heitscheffel Schleswig, Hunt, Joch, Juck, Juchart, Juckert, Jochart, Joch Württemberg , Jück, Maltersaat Osnabrück, Mannsmahd, Marßet, Marset, Morgen, Viertelhektar Metrisch (vha), Morgen Homburg, Morgen Franken, Morgen, Feldmorgen Frankfurt, Morgen Oldenburg, Morgen, Acker Kassel, Morgen, Magdeburger Morgen , Morgen Waldeck-Pyrmont, Morgen Bremen, Morgen Schaumburg, Morgen, Rheinländischer Morgen Köln Rheinland, Morgen, Bergischer Morgen Bergisches Land , Morgen Württemberg , Morgen, Waldmorgen Frankfurt , Morgen, Waldmorgen Braunschweig , Morgen Baden, Morgen, Jück Oldenburg, Morgen Danzig, Morgen, Tonne, Tønde Holstein, Morgen, Steuertonne Schleswig-Holstein , Morgen, Kulmischer Morgen Deutschordensstaat, Morgen, Diemat Ostfriesland (h), Morgen Mecklenburg, Morgen Altes Land (Harburg & Stade), Morgen Hamburg, Morgen, Marschmorgen Kehdingen, Morgen Altes Land, Morgen Hadeln, Nösel Kornsaat Thüringen, Quadratfuß, Quadratrute, Rute (QR), Quadratrute Metrisch, Scheffelsaat, Scheffelsaat Lippe, Scheffel, Schwad, Tagewerk, Tagwerk, Tonne, Vorling, Viertelhektar (vha), Vierup, Scheffelstück, Manse, Mansus, Viertel, Jucherte, Geviertfeld, Lehen Berbau Mittelalter, Geviertfeld, Fundgrube Berbau 1821, Geviertfeld Bergbau 1851 Sachsen, Geviertfeld, Maximalfeld Bergbau 1865, Geviertfeld, Normalfeld Bergbau 1907
  • England 1066: Perch, Acre, Rood, Carucate, Bovate, Virgate, Yard Land, Hide, Knight's Fee, Hundred, Oxgang, Ploughland
  • Finland: Tynnyrinala
  • France: Metre Carrée, Perche Carrée, Arpent, Vergée, Vergee, Perch, Surveying Perch, Royal Perch, Toise (T)
  • Guatemala: Vara Cuadrada, Manzana
  • Hong Kong: Fong-Check, Square Foot (方呎), Ping-Fong-Check, Square Foot (平方呎)
  • India: Cawnie, Katha, Cottah, Bigha, Decimal, Decimel, Ground, Marabba, Marla, Kanal, Kanaal, Candy, Panda, Biswa, Karam, Keela, Marabba
  • India Manipur: Pari, Lourak, Sangam, Loukhai, Loushal, Tong
  • India Andhra Pradesh: Ankanam (Nellore District), Ankanam (Tirupathi), Big Ankanam, Small Ankanam, Cent, Guntha, Gunta
  • India Rajasthan: Bigha, Ropani, Ana, Paisa, Dam
  • Ireland: Irish Acre, Tathe, Quarter of Land, Ballibetagh, Barony, Tir-Cumaile, Land of three Cows, Achar, Acre, Seisrech, Plough Land, Baile, Townland, Tuath
  • Hannover: Quadratrute, Morgen, Altländer Morgen
  • Japanese: Shaku (勺), Gō (合), Jō (畳), Tsubo (坪), Bu (歩), Se (畝), Tan (段, 反) (畝), Chō (町, 町歩) (町), Ken²
  • Japanese Mats: Kyōma Tatami (Kyoto), Ainoma Tatami (Nagoya), Edoma Tatami (Tokyo), Kantōma Tatami (Tokyo)
  • Channel Island: Vergie, Vergée, Vergee (Guernsey), Guernsey Perches, Perque, Vrégie, Vergée, Vergee (Jersey), Jersey Perches, Pèrque
  • Korea: Pyeong, P'Yŏng, Ja², Square Ja
  • Croatia: Četvorni Hvat
  • Liechtenstein: Quadratklafter
  • Malta Land: Keyla, Kejliet, Siegħ, Siegħan, Tomna, Tomniet, Wejba, Wejbiet, Modd, Mdied
  • Malta Square: Pulzier Kwadru, Pulzieri Kwadri, Fitel Kwadru, Iftla Kwadri, Xiber Kwadru, Ixbar Kwadri, Qasba Kwadru, Qasab Kwadri
  • Markatal Faroe Islands: Mørk (mk.), Gyllin (gl.), Skinn (sk.)
  • Nepal: Bigha, Ropani, Ana, Paisa, Dam
  • Netherlands: Bunder
  • Norway: Kvadratfavn, Quadratfaden, Kvadratrode, Quadratrute, Mål, Tønneland, Fassland
  • Austria: Quadratklafter, Joch, Niederösterreichisches Joch
  • Poland: Kopanka , Laska Kwadratowa, Kwadratowy Pręt Większy, Wiertel, Morga, Łan Frankoński, Kwadratowy Pręt Większy, Kwadratowy Sznur Mierniczy, Morga Chełmińska, Włóka Chełmińska, Łan Królewski
  • Portugal: Alqueire Paulista, Alqueire Mineiro, Goiano, Alqueire Baiano, Alqueire do Norte
  • Prussia: Quadratfuß, Quadratrute, Morgen, Hufe
  • Russia: Djuim², дюйм², Quadratzoll, Fut², фут², Quadratfuß, Arschin², аршин², Saschen², Square Sazhen, сажень², Dessjatine, Dessiatin, десятина, Werst², верста²
  • Saxony: Quadratrute, Quadrat-Ackerrute, Quadratelle, Quadratfuß, Quadratzoll, Quadratlinie, Sächsische Feldmesser-Quadratrute, Sächsischer Acker, Sächsischer Morgen, Kleiner Leipziger Morgen, Großer Leipziger Morgen, Camburger Acker
  • Scottland: Square Inch, Square Ell, Square Fall, Faw, Scotish Acre, Ploughgate, Daugh, Davoch, Davach, Dabhach, Oxgang, Dabh, Damh, Damh-Imir, Groatland, Fourpenceland, Fourpennyland, Còta Bàn, White Coat, Dà Sgillinn, Twoshillingland, Leothras, Lèirtheas, Ochdamh, Quarterland, Halfpennyland, Leth-Pheighinn, Farthingland, Feòirling, Ounceland, Pennyland, Tirung, Dabhach, Markland, Merkland, Marg-Fhearainn
  • Switzerland: Quadratzoll, Quadratfuss, Quadratklafter, Quadratruthe, Juchart, Joch, Quadratstunde
  • Sweden: Kannaland, Kappland, Spannland, Tunneland, Kvadratmil
  • Spain: Vara², Cuerda, Manzana, Caballeria, Labor, Square League, Fanenga
  • Tatar: Quadrat Sajın, Cärib, Disätinä, десятина, Çirek, Quadrat Çaqrım
  • Thailand: Tarangwah (ตารางวา), Dtaaraangwaa, Wah², Square Wah, Are, Ngan, Ngaan (งาน), Rai (ไร่)
  • Thaiwan: Ping
  • Hungary: Joch
  • Physics: Barn (b), Shed, Outhouse, Planck Area, Stoney Area, Stoney Particle Area, Planck Fläche, Stoney Fläche, Stoney Partikelfläche
  • Bible: Seah, Semed, Yoke
  • Permeability: Darcy (D), Millidarcy (mD), Semed, Yoke
  • Zork: Square Bloit
  • Potrzebie: Potrzebie
  • Others: Arpent (Louisiana, Mississippi, Alabama, Florida),, Arpent (Arkansas, Missouri),, Arpent (North America),, Barn, Cheshire Acre, Dunam (Metrisch), Dunam (Zypern, Cyprus), Dunam (Irak, Iraq), Finger Tip Unit Men (Medical), Finger Tip Unit Women (Medical), Hazar Jerib (Iran), Irish Acre, Jerib, Djerib (Iran), Jerib, Djerib (Afghan), Lane Meter (Nautical Deck Area), Rope (Somersetshire, Wall Building), Stremma (Griechenland), Nanoacre
  • Comparisons: Visibility Limit Electron Microscope, Surface Flu Virus, Visibility Limit Light Microscope, Surface Bacteria, Smallest Particle visible to the Naked Eye, Typical Pixel Size, Mine of Retractable Pencil, Box on Graph Paper, Human Pupil, Center Hole of a CD, Playing Card (Skat), Round Coacters, Human Palm, Paper (A5 Format), Paper (A4 Format), Paper (A3 Format), Surface of Human Skin, Table of Table Tennis, Soccer Goal, Boxing Ring, Soccer Field, Base Cheops-Pyramid, Vatican City (Smallest State), English Garden, Munich, Sylt, City Area of Paris, Walt Disney World, Liechtenstein, Lake Constance, Mallorca, North Rhine-Westphalia, Switzerland, Austria, Germany, Mediterranean Sea, European Union, USA , Europe, Russia, Africa, Asia, Land Surface of the Earth, Water Surface of the Earth, Surface of the Earth, Circulation Area of the Moon around the Earth, Surface Sun, Area of our Galaxy

Volume (Cubic Metre, m³)

  • Metric: Cubic Nanometre ((nm)³), Cubic Micrometre ((μm)³), Cubic Millilitre ((mm)³), Cubic Centimetre ((cm)³), Cubic Decimetre ((dm³), Cubic Metre (m³), Cubic Decametre ((dam)³), Cubic Hektometre ((hm)³), Cubic Kilometre ((km)³), Stere, Stère (MTS) (st)
  • Litre: Microlitre (µl), Millilitre (ml), Centilitre (cl), Decilitre (dl), Litre (l), Decalitre (dal), Hectolitre (hl), Kilolitre (kl), Megalitre (Ml), Gigalitre (GL)
  • Anglo-American: Cubic Inch, Kubikzoll (cu.in.), Board-Foot, Cubic Foot, Kubikfuß (cu.ft.), Timber-Foot, Cord-Foot, Perch, Schachtrute (per.), Cubic Yard (cu.yd.), Freight Ton, Load, Register Ton, Acre-Inch, Acre-Foot, Cubic Mile (cu.mi.)
  • Imperial British: Bag, Sack (Imperial), Bushel, Scheffel, Boisseau (Imperial) (bu (Imp)), Chaldron, Coomb, Dessertspoon (Imperial), Hopus Feet (HF), Hopus Ton (HT), Kenning, Kilderkin, Load, Last, Peck (Imperial) (pk), Pottle, Quartern, Quart, Pinte (Imperial) (qt (Imp)), Quarter, Pail, Sack (Imperial), Strike (Imperial), Tablespoon (Imperial) (tbsp), Teaspoon (Imperial) (tsp), Ton (Displacement), Ton (Freight), Barrel (Imperial) (bl (Imp)), Bucket (Imperial) (bkt), Dash (Imperial), Drop, Tropfen (Imperial) (gtt), Drop, Tropfen (Imperial, Alt) (gtt), Fluid Drachm, Flüssigdrachme (Imperial) (fl dr), Fluid Ounce, Flüssigunze (Imperial) (fl oz (Imp)), Fluid Scruple, Flüssigskrupel (Imperial) (fl s), Cup (Breakfast), Gallon, Gallone (Imperial) (gal (Imp)), Gill, Viertelpint, Roquille (Imperial) (gi (Imp)), Glass, Glas (Imperial), Hogshead (Imperial) (hhd (Imp)), Minim, Minimum (Imperial) (min), Noggin (nog), Pinch (Imperial), Pint (Imperial) (pt (Imp)), Ton (Water)
  • US America Dry: Barrel (US Dry) (bl (US)), Bushel (US Dry Heaped) (bu (US)), Bushel (US Dry Level) (bu (US lbl)), Gallon, Gallone (US Dry) (US.dry.gal), Peck (US Dry) (pk), Pint, Chopine (US Dry) (pt (US dry)), Quart, Pinte (US Dry) (qt (US)), Sack (US Dry), Seam (US Dry), Strike (US Dry), Wey (US Dry), Winchester Bushel
  • US America Fluid: Barrel (US Fluid) (fl bl (US)), Cup (US Customary) (c (US)), Dash (US), Drop, Tropfen (US) (gtt), Drop, Tropfen (US alt) (gtt), Fifth, Firkin, Fluid Dram, Schluck (US) (fl dr), Fluid Ounce, Flüssigunze (US Customary) (US fl oz), Fluid Ounce, Flüssigunze (US Food Nutrition Labeling), Gallon, Gallone (US Liquid) (US.liq.gal), Gill, Roquille (US) (gi (US)), Hoghshead (US) (hhd (US)), Minim, Minimum (US) (min), Petrol Barrel, Erdölbarrel (bl), Pinch (US), Pint (US Fluid) (pt (US fl)), Pony, Quart (US Fluid) (qt (US)), Shot, Tablespoon (US Customary) (tbsp), Tablespoon (US Food Nutrition) (tbsp), Teaspoon (US Customary) (tsp), Teaspoon (US Food Nutrition) (tsp)
  • Burmese System, Burma: La Myu, La Myet, La Me, Sa Le, Hkwet, Pyi, Seit, Hkwe, Tin
  • Astronomic: Kubiklichtjahr (LJ³), Cubic Lightyear (ly³)
  • Ancient Egyptian: Ra, Ro, Dja, Henu, Hin, Des, Heqat, Ipet, Oipe, Artabe, Khar, Iar
  • Ancient Greece: Kyathos, Schöpfbecher, Cotyla, Kotule, κοτύλη, Hemichous, ἡμίχουν, Kotule, Choenix, Kheonix, Khoinix, χοῖνιξ, Hecteus, ἑκτεύς, Chous, Khous, χοῦς, Modios, Metze, Scheffel, Metretes, μετρητής, Medimnos, μέδιμνος, Kyathoi, Xestes, ξέστης, Sextarius, Modius, Libra, Große Konche, Muschel, κογχε, Oxybaphon, Kleine Konche, Greek Amphora, Oka of Oil
  • Ancient Mesopotamian: Gin, Šiqlu, Shekel, Sila, Qû, Bowl, Ban, Sutū, Vessel, Ba-ri-ga, Parsiktu, Bushel, Gur, Kurru, Gur-Cube, Log, Homer
  • Ancient Rome Fluid: Ligula, Löffelvoll, Cyathus, Dose, Sextans, Sechstelsester, Triens, Drittelsester, Hemina, Hemine, Cheonix, Sextarius, Sester, Congius, Kanne, Urna, Urne, Amphora, Amphore, Culleus, Schlauch
  • Ancient Rome Dry: Acetabulum, Schöpflöffel, Quartarius, Viertelsester, Hemina, Hemine, Sextarius, Sester, Semodius, Gallone, Modius, Metze, Quadrantal, Scheffel
  • Bavaria Dry: Dreißiger, Zweiunddreißigstelmetze, Sechzehntelmetze, Mäßlein, Achtelmetze, Viertelmetze, halbes Viertel, Viertel, halbe Metze, Metze, Scheffel, Schaff, Schäff, Muth
  • Bavaria Fluid: Achterl, Achtel, Schoppen, Quartel, Gazel, Seidel, Seidla, Halbe, Maß, Maßkanne, Maßkrug, Schenkeimer, Visireimer, Biereimer, Seidel, Halbe Heute
  • Chinese: Cuo (撮), Shao (勺), Ge (合), Sheng (市升), Dou (市斗), Dan (市石)
  • Denmark: Potte, Smørtønde, Butterfass, Korntønde, Kornfass, Fad Øl, Fass Bier, Kubikalen, Kubikelle , Oksehoved, Ochsenkopf Bier, Oxhoft, Tonne Bier, Anker, Fjerding, Vierteltonne, Kubikfod, Kubikfuß, Bimpel, Lägel, Otting, Achteltonne, Viertel, Kande, Kanne, Pott Bier, Pægl, Glas, Fass Wein, Ahm Wein, Læst, Last Korn, Fad, Fass Korn, Tønde, Tonne Korn, Skæppe, Scheffel Korn, Fjerdingkar, Viertelscheffel Korn, Ottingkar, Achtelscheffel Korn, Pott Korn, Album Korn, Ohm
  • Germany: Festmeter (Fn), Ster, Raummeter (st), Schüttmeter, Schüttraummeter, Klafter, Faden, Pfiff, Schoppen, Kumpf, Seidel, Seidl, Seidla, Krügerl, Krügl, Stof, Quart, Maß, Maaß, Maas, Pintgen, Stein, Saum, Becher, Metze, Eimer, Startin, Viertel, Sester, Viertele, Schwäbisches Viertele, Scheffel, Schaff, Simber, Sümber, Sümmer, Simmer, Neuscheffel, Mütt, Malter, Wispel, Last, Spint, Tonne, Ohm, Ohme, Ahm, Aam, Saum, Sauma, Soma, Sohm, Ohm Coburg, Ohm Baden, Ohm Tübingen, Ohm Lübeck Sachsen-Meiningen, Ohm Mecklenburg, Ohm Braunschweig, Oxhoft, Ort, Pegel, Ößel, Plank, Pott, Quartier, Stück, Quardeel, Quarteel, Steckkanne, Stechkanne, Mingelen, Stübchen, Kanne, Nößel, Nösel, Nössel, Biernösel, Nösel Leipzig, Nösel Bremen, Nösel Mansfeld, Nösel, Biernösel Emden, Fass, Gebinde, Fuder, Anker, Lägel, Last, Zuber, Himpten, Himten, Himpten Lauenburg, Himpten Hamburg, Himpten Braunschweig, Himpten Hannover, Himpten Schaumburg-Lippe, Himpten Schleswig-Holstein, Himpten Kassel, Imi, Immi, Hellaichmaß, Artabe, Bruttoregistertonne (BRT), Berliner Quart, Drömt, Möbelwagenmeter (bis 1998) (MWM), Sexter, Ringel Steinkohle
  • England 1066: Mouthful, Pony, Jigger, Jack, Jackpot, Gill, Cup, Pint, Quart, Pottle, Half Gallon, Gallon, Peck, Kenning, Pail, Bushel, Strike, Coomb, Cask, Barrel, Hogshead, Butt, Pipe, Tun, Perch, Cord, Oxhoft
  • England Wine: Gallon, Gallone (gal), Rundlet, Eimer, Barrel, Fass, Tierce, Ohm, Hogshead, Oxhoft (hhd), Firkin, Puncheon, Tertian, Pipe, Butt, Tun, Tonne
  • England Beer: Gallon, Gallone, Pin, Firkin, Fässchen, Kilderkin, Barrel, Fass, Hogshead (hhd), Puncheon, Butt, Tun, Ton, Tonne
  • Finland: Kannu, Kortteli, Kappa, Oxhoft
  • France: Litron
  • France Système Usuel: Chopine, Litron Usuel, Liter, Pinte Usuelle, Boisseau Usuel, Scheffel, Setier
  • France Fluid: Verre, Pinte, Velte, Barrique, Oxhoft, French Amphora, Minot de Paris, Muid, Cubic Pied du Roi
  • France Dry: Boisseaux, Scheffel (Metric), Setier, Solive (Metric), Muid (Metric), Émine, Boisseaux, French Bushel, Minot, Mine, Setier
  • Frankfurt Fluid: Schoppen, Schenkmaß, Eichmaß, Ohm
  • Frankfurt Dry: Mäßchen, Frankfurter Kubikfuß, Sechter, Meste, Simmer, Malter, Gilbert (Brennholz), Stecken (Brennholz), Stecken (Tannenscheitholz)
  • Hong Kong: Ka-Lun, Gallon (加侖)
  • India: Patiala Peg, Puddee, Government Puddee, Ser, Candy, Parah
  • Italy: Brenta Turin, Brenta Bergamo, Brenta Mailand, Brenta Rom, Émine, Emina Piemont
  • Hannover: Schachtrute
  • Hannover Fluid: Nößlein, Nösel, Ösel, Ort, Quartier, Kanne, Stübchen, Eimer, Anker, Ohm, Ahm, Oxhoft, Fuder
  • Hannover Dry: Mühlenkopf, Stübchen, Hoop, Metze, Spint, Himte, Scheffel, Malter, Wispel, Vierup, Fuder, Last
  • Hesse Fluid: Schoppen, Maß, Viertel, Ohm
  • Hesse Dry: Mäßchen, Gescheid, Kumpf, Simmer, Malter
  • India: Adowlie, Adholee, Adholy, Adowly, Chungah, Garce
  • India Malabar Coast: Cullishigay, Mudi, Moray
  • Ireland: Eggshell, Méisrin
  • Japanese: Sai (才), Shaku (勺), Gō (合), Shō (升), To (斗), Koku (石), Masu (枡)
  • Croatia: Kubični Hvat
  • Luxemburg: Humpen
  • Malay: Gantang, Chupak, Chentong, Leng
  • Malta Beer Wine: Pinta, Pinet, Terz, Terzi, Nofs, Infas, Kartoċċ, Krateċ, Kwarta, Kwarti, Ġarra, Ġarar, Barmil, Bramel
  • Malta Milk Oil: Kwartin, Kwartini, Kejla, Kejliet, Terz, Terzi, Nofs, Infas, Kartoċċ, Krateċ, Kwarta, Kwarti, Qafiż, Qafiżi
  • Malta Dry: Lumin, Lumini, Kejla, Kejliet, Mondell, Siegħ, Siegħan, Għabara, , Tomna, Tmien, Tumolo, Modd, Mdied, Salma
  • Malta Cubic: Pulzier Kubu, Pulzieri Kubi, Fitel Kubu, Iftla Kubi, Xiber Kubu, Ixbar Kubi, Qasba Kubu, Qasab Kubi
  • Middle Persia: Angust, Finger, Widest, Spanne, Pāy, Fuß, Frārāst, Elle, Gām, Halbschritt, Gām ī dō Pāy, Schritt, Schud-nāy, Fathom, Nāy, Pfahl, Hāsr, Meile, Frasang, Parasang
  • Netherlands: Pint, Oxhoft, Oxhoofd, Ohm, Quart
  • Norway: Skjeppe, Tønne, Fass, Favn, Faden, Skjeppe, Pot, Meterfavn
  • Norway Dry: Juste, Bolle, Ask, Anker, Fjerding, Tønne, Melle, Oksehode, Såld
  • Austria Fluid: Pfiff, Seidel, Mass, Eimer, Krügerl, Halbe
  • Austria Dry: Becher, Futtermassel, Massel, Metzen, Stockerauer Metzen, Muth, Klafter
  • Philippines: Cavan, Caban, Kaban
  • Poland: Kwarta, Garniec, Miarka, Ćwiertnia, Półkorzec, Korzec, Łaszt, Konew, Beczka
  • Portugal: Almude (Lisabon Standard), Pote, Canada, Quartilho, Pint, Alqueire
  • Persia: Chenica
  • Prussia before 1816: Kubikzoll, Stof, Kubikfuß
  • Prussia 1816: Kubikzoll, Stof, Kubikfuß, Kummen, Kubikklafter , Schachtrute, Achtel, Haufen, Kubikrute
  • Prussia Fluid before 1816: Ösel, Flasche, Stof, Anker, Eimer, Ohm, Oxhoft, Fuder
  • Prussia Fluid 1816: Flasche, Stof, Anker, Eimer, Ohm, Oxhoft, Fuder
  • Prussia Beer before 1816: Ösel, Stof, Öhmchen, Tonne, Fass, Kufe, Gebräude
  • Prussia Beer 1816: Stof, Tonne, Fass, Kufe, Gebräude
  • Prussia Dry before 1816: Stof, Metze, Viertel, Scheffel, Tonne, Malter, Wispel, Last
  • Prussia Dry 1816: Stof, Metze, Viertel, Scheffel, Tonne, Malter, Wispel, Last
  • Rumania: Baniţă, Banniza, Dimerli Walachei, Baniţă, Banniza, Dimerli, Baniţă, Banniza, Dimerli Moldau
  • Russia Dry: Garnetz, гарнец, Tschetwerka, четверка, Tschetwerik, четверик, Pajak, паяк, Osmin, осьмин, Tschetwert, четверть, Viertel, Last, ласт
  • Russia Fluid: Schkalik, шкалик, Tscharka, чарка, Kruschka, кружка, Wedro, ведро, Eimer, Anker, анквр, Anker, Botschka, бочка, Fass, Butilka, бутылка, Wodkaflasche, Bierflasche, Butilka, бутылка, Weinflasche, Schtof, штоф, Stof, Tschetwert, четверть, Viertel, Quart, Oxhoft
  • Saxony: Kubikelle, Kubikfuß, Kubikzoll
  • Saxony Dry: Wispel, Alter Pirnaer Scheffel, Dresdner Scheffel, Viertel, Metze, Mäßchen
  • Saxony Fluid: Eimer, Hose, Kanne, Nösel, Fuder Wein, Fass Bier
  • Scotland Fluid: Gill, Mutchkin, Chopin, Pinnt, Pinnt, Joug, Gallon, Gallone
  • Scotland Wheat: Chalder, Boll, Firlot, Peck, Lippie, Forpet, Pint
  • Scotland Barley: Chalder, Boll, Firlot, Peck, Lippie, Forpet
  • Switzerland: Kubikzoll, Kubikfuss, Kubikklafter, Holzklafter, Brenta Freiburg, Solothurn, Émine, Immi, Malter
  • Switzerland Dry: Mässlein, Immi (Émine), Vierling, Viertel (Quarteron), Mütt, Sack, Malter
  • Switzerland Fluid: Mass (Le Pot), Saum, Ohm
  • Sweden: Pot, Topf, Quart, Spann, Halvtunna, Fjärding, Skäppa, Kappe, Ankare, Anker, Tunna, Tonne, Ohm, Oxhoft, Storfavn, Kubikkfavn, Kubifaden
  • Spain: Garrafón, Fanenga, Fanenga Kastilien, Almude, Cavan, Caban, Kaban
  • Sri Lanka: Garce, Seer
  • Tatar: Garnets, гарнец, Çirektän Sigez, четверик, Çirek, четверть, Çiläk, ведро, Podawqa, пудовка, Poçıq, Batman
  • Thailand: Tanan (ทะนาน), Sat, Ban, Kwian
  • Tibet: Khal, Bre, Phul, Nang Gi Rdog Ma, Phyi Ma´i Rdog Ma, De´i Phyi Ma´i Rdog Ma, Yang Phyi Rdog Ma, Mthil Phyi Rdog Ma
  • Turkey: Kile, Oka, Okka, Oke
  • US Wine: Gallon, Gallone (gal), Rundlet, Eimer, Barrel, Fass, Tierce, Ohm, Terz, Hogshead, Oxhoft (hhd), Firkin, Pon, Tertian, Pipe, Butt, Tun, Tonne
  • US Sparkling Wine Bottles: Glass, Glas, Split, Tenth, Zehntel, Fifth, Bottle, Fünftel, Flasche, Magnum, Jeroboam, Rehoboam, Methuselah, Methusalem, Shalmanazar, Schalmanasar, Balthazar, Balthasar, Nebuchadnezzar, Nebukadnezar
  • Wallachia: Oka (Liquid), Oka of Grain (Dry)
  • Bible Dry: Bezah, Egg, Log, Kab, Qab, Seah, Sea, Ephah, Efa, Letech, Letek, Kor, Hómer, Gomer, Omer, Zehntel, Scheffel, Römischer Scheffel, Maß
  • Bible Fluid: Kor, Bath, Bat, Eimer, Hin, Log, Maris, Mina
  • Kitchen: Scheffel, Eimer, Metze, Metze, Maß, Wasserglas, Obertasse, Teetasse (UK), Teetasse (US), Tasse, Tasse (UK) (cu.), Tasse (US) (cu.), Cup, Weinflasche, Weinglas, Esslöffel (EL), Esslöffel (UK) (tbsp.), Esslöffel (US) (tbsp.), Teelöffel (TL), Teelöffel (UK) (tsp.), Teelöffel (US) (tsp.), Salzlöffel (UK) (ssp.), Salzlöffel (US) (ssp.), Messerspitze, Blatt, Barlöffel (BL), Mass, Schoppen, Seitel, Seidel, Messle, Achtel, Saltspoon (UK) (ssp.), Teaspoon (UK) (tsp.), Dessertspoon (UK) (dsp.), Tablespoon (UK) (tbsp.), Tea Cup (UK), Cup (UK) (cu.), Saltspoon (US) (ssp.), Teaspoon (US) (tsp.), Dessertspoon (US) (dsp.), Tablespoon (US) (tbsp.), Tea Cup (US), Cup (US) (cu.)
  • Physics: Lambda (λ), Planck Volumen, Stoney Volumen, Planck Volume, Stoney Volume
  • Wood and Timber: Cord (Firewood), Kristiania Standard of Board, Kristiania Standard of Round Wood, Petrograd Standard of Board, Petrograd Standard of Round Wood, Ster, Stère
  • Potrzebie: Ngogn
  • Others: Barrel (Petroleum) (bbl), Barn-Megaparsec, Board Foot, Super Foot, Bootlesworth, Butt, Pipe (Wine), Cup (Metric) (c), Cran (North Sea Fishing), Dram (Liquid, Scotch Whisky), Drop (Medical), Drop (Metric), Gallon (Beer) (beer gal), Gallon (US Wine) (wine gal), Gallon (Metric), Hobbit, Hobbett, Hobbet, Hobed, Hobaid, Pau (Brunei, Malaysia, Sabah, Sarawa), Pau (Straits Settlements), Pint (Metric), Jigger (Bartending), Olympic-Sized Swimming Pool, Sydney Harbour, Sydharb, Sydarb, Tablespoon (Metric), Tappit Hen, Teaspoon (Metric), TMCFT - Thousand Million Cubic Feet (tmc ft.), Toise (Haiti) (T), Tun (Wine)
  • Comparisons: Electron, Proton, Carbon Atom, Flu Virus, Bacteria, Smallest Particle visible to the Naked Eye, Average Grain Size of Fine Sand, Human Egg, Average Grain Size of Sand, Pepper Corn, Pea, Sugar Cube, Cherry, Golf Ball, Tennis Ball, Soup Plate, Beer Can, Mineral Water Bottle, Clinker Stone NF, Human Lung Volume, Soccer Ball, Bath Tube, Jumbo Jet Kerosene Consumption per Hour, Cargo Hold of 20-Foot-ISO-Container, Cargo Hold of 40-Foot-ISO-Container, Typical Omnibus, Articulated Bus, Tank of a Jumbo Jet, Cheops-Pyramid, Content of the Ennepetalsperre, Content of the Möhnetalsperre, Starnberger See, Lake Constance, Victoria Lake, Baltic Sea, North Sea, Red Sea, Black Sea, Greenland Ice Cap, Mediterranean Sea, Indian Ocean, Atlantic, Pacific, All Oceans on Earth, Moon, Earth, Sun, Milky Way, Observable Universe

Mass (Kilogram, kg)

  • Metric: Nanogram (ng), Microgram (µg), Milligram (mg), Centigram (cg), Gram (g), Hectogram (hg), Kilogram (kg), Ton (t), Kiloton (kt), Megaton (Mt), Gigaton (Gt), Teraton (Tt), Teraton (Tt), Petaton (Pt), Exaton (Et)
  • Avoirdupois: Dram, Drachm, Drachme (dr.), Ounce, Lid, Unze (oz.), Pound, Pfund, Livre (lb.), Clove, Nail Hundredweight, Stone (UK) (st.), Short Quarter, Viertelzentner (US) (qtr.), Long Quarter (UK) (qtr.), Tod, Slug, Short Hundredweight, Cental, Zentner (US) (cwt.), Long Hundredweight (UK) (cwt.), Wey, Weight, Sack, Kilo Pound (kip), Short Ton (US) (t.), Long Ton (UK) (t.), Last
  • Troy Weight: Barley Corn, Grain, Gerstenkorn (gr.), Pennyweight, Pfenniggewicht (dwt.), Carat (kt.), Troy Dram, Drachme (dr.tr.), Troy Ounce, Feinunze (oz.tr.), Troy Pound, Troy Pfund (lb.tr.)
  • Apothecary Nürnberg: Pfund, Pound (lb.ap.), Feinunze, Ounce (oz.ap.), Drachme, Dram, Quentchen (dr.ap.), Skrupel, Scruple (s.ap.), Gran, Grain (gr.ap.)
  • Britisch Apothecary: Pound, Pfund (lb.ap.), Ounce, Feinunze (oz.ap.), Dram, Drachme, Quentchen (dr.ap.), Scruple, Skrupel (s.ap.), Grain, Gran (gr.ap.)
  • Astronomic: Moon (M☾), Earth (M♁), Jupiter (M♃), Sun (M☉)
  • Burmese System, Burma: Yway Lay, Yway Gyi, Petha, Mutha, Mattha, Nga Mutha, Kyattha, Awettha, Aseittha, Ngase Tha, Ta Peitha, Achein Taya
  • Ancient Egyptian: Deben, Schati, Qedety, Oka (Monetary)
  • Ancient Greece: Khalkoi, Obol, Obolus, ὀβολός, Diobol, Drachma, δραχμή, Didrachm, Stater, Tetradrachm, Decadrachm, Mina, μνᾶ, Talent, τάλαντον, Oka, οκά
  • Ancient Mesopotamian: Še, Uţţatu, Grain, Sesamkorn, Gin, Šiqlu, Shekel, Sekel, Shekal, Ma-Na, Manû, Pound, Mine, Gun, Biltu, Load, Talent, Pim (König Saul)
  • Ancient Rome: Granum, Gran, Chalcus, Chalkus, Siliqua, Siliqua, Obolus, Scrupulum, Skrupel, Drachma, Drachme, Sicilicus, Schekel, Uncia, Unze, Bes, Libra, Pfund, Mina, Mine
  • Egypt: Dirham
  • Arabia: Tola (Gold, Silber)
  • Bavaria: Gran, Pfenniggewicht, Quentchen, Quint, Loth, Vierling, Pfund, Gran (Reformwert), Pfenniggewicht (Reformwert), Quentchen, Quint (Reformwert), Loth (Reformwert), Vierling (Reformwert), Pfund (Reformwert)
  • Chinese: Hu (忽), Si (絲), Hao (毫), Li (市厘), Fen (市分), Qian (市钱), Liang (市两), Jin (市斤), Dan (市担, 擔) (市担), Tael, Chin, Mace, Fen, Candareen, Li, Kätti, Jin (斤), Market Tael China, Shijin, Market Catty China (市斤), Gongjin, Public Catty China (公斤), Pikul, Picul, Dàn, Tam (擔), Shek, Stone (石), Shek, Stone (British Colony) (石), Troy Candareen, Mace, Tsin, Chee, Qián (錢), Cash Hong Kong, Candareen, Fēn, Fàn Hong Kong (分), Catty, Kätti, Jin, Gan, Kin, Kun, Kati, Cân Hong Kong (斤), Catty, Kätti, Jin, Gan, Kin, Kun, Kati, Cân Malaysia (斤), Catty, Kätti, Jin, Gan, Kin, Kun, Kati, Cân Singapore (斤), Catty, Kätti, Jin, Gan, Kin, Kun, Kati, Cân Japan, Taiwan, Thailand (斤), Tael Japan, Taiwan, Thailand
  • Denmark: Skippund, Schiffspfund, Lispund, Liespfund, Bismerpund, Besemerpfund , Skålpund, Pund, Pfund, Mark, Unse, Unze, Lod, Lot, Kvintin, Quentchen (<1861), Kvint, Quant (>1861), Ort (<1861), Ort (>1861), Tønde, Tonne Butter, Drittel Butter, Fjerding, Viertel Butter, Otting Butter, Mark Silber, Lod, Lot Silber
  • Germany: Zent, Cent, Gran, Korn, Karat (Kt), Skrupel (℈), Hellergewicht, Pfenniggewicht, Quint, Quent, Quentin, Quentchen, Lot, Loth, Unze, Neulot, Mark, Pfund (Pfd), Karlspfund, Wiener Pfund, Kölner Pfund, Apothekerpfund, Wiener Mark, Holländische Mark, Prager Mark, Pariser Mark, Würzburger Mark, Nürnberger Mark, Erfurter Mark, Preußische Mark, Towermark, Spanische Mark, Portugiesische Mark, Krakauer Mark, Kölner Mark, Cölnische Mark Bayern, Cölnische Mark Wien, Cölnische Mark Preußen, Cölnische Mark Hamburg, Cölnische Mark Köln, Zollvereinsmark, Goldmark, Goldkarat, Goldgran, Korngran, Stein, Zentner (ztr), Doppelzentner (dz), Quintal (q), Lispfund, Schiffpfund, Schiffzentner, Lägel, Lögel, Last, Kommerzlast, Pfund-Schwehr, Schiff-Pfund, Ließ-Pfund, Zuber, Ringel Steinkohle, Kantje Salzheringe, Quardeel, Quarteel, Silbermark, Unze Silber, Loth, Batzen Silber, Quentchen, Drachme, Kreuzer Silber, Silberpfennig, Heller Silber, Korngarn Silber, Richtpfennig, Pfennig, Groschen
  • England: Nail, Clove, Stone, Tod, Mark (Troy), Tower Ounce, Tower Pound, Mercantile Pound, Mercantile Ounce, Mercantile Stone, Butcher's Stone, Sack, Fother, Fotmal
  • Faroe Islands: Skinn, Mørk, Skinn, Tvøst og Spik Grindwalfleisch, Gyllin Grindwalfleisch
  • Finland: Leiviskä
  • Frankfurt: Krämerpfund, leichtes Pfund, Krämerpfund, leichtes Pfund 1837, Handelspfund, schweres Pfund, Handelspfund, schweres Pfund 1837, Zentner
  • France: Prime, Grain, Gran, Denier, Denar, Gros, Once, Unze, Marc, Mark, Livre, Pfund, Quintal, Zentner, Tonneau, Tonne, Grave (1 l H2O (4°C)) (G), Livre de Troyes, Libra Parisi, Pariser Pfund, Charlemagne, Livre Tournois
  • France Metric: Grain, Gran, Denier, Gros, Once, Unze, Livre, Pfund, Quintal, Doppelzentner, Millier, Tonne
  • France Système Usuel: Scrupule, Livre Usuelle
  • Hannover: Quentchen, Quint, Loth, Pfund, Zentner, Centner, Schiffslast
  • Hebrew: Gerah, Bekah, Shekel, Maneh, Talent of Silver, Talent of Gold
  • Hesse: Quentchen, Loth, Pfund, Zentner
  • India: Adowlie, Adholee, Adholy, Adowly, Heavy Adowlie, Adholee, Adholy, Adowly, Cullingey, Munjandie, Rata'ii
  • India British Mughal Empire: Maund, Seer, Dam, Tank, Masha, Ruttee
  • India British Bengal Presidency: Maund, Passeree, Seer, Chitak, Tola, Tolah, Tole, Masha, Ratti, Dhan
  • India British Bombay Presidency: Candy, Maund, Seer, Tank
  • India British Madras Presidency: Candy, Maund, Vis, Seer, Pollum, Pagodas
  • India Bombay: Tola, Bombayrupie, Siccarupie, Goonze, Chows, Masha, Mascha, Röttihs, Ruttees, Dhan, Tola Basar, Anna, Maund, Seer, Candy, Parahs
  • India Bombay Pearl Trade: Buddam, Chow, Docra
  • Ireland: Grain, Pinginn, Penny, Screpall, Scruple, Unga, Ounce
  • Italy: Bes (b)
  • Japanese: Bu (分), Momme (匁), Hyakume (百目), Kin (斤), Kan, Kanme (貫, 貫目) (貫)
  • Malay: Kati, Pikul
  • Malta: Ottav, Ottavi, Kwart, Kwarti, Uqija, Ewieq, Kwart, Kwarti, Ratal, Irtal, Qsima, Qsimiet, Wiżna, Wiżniet, Qantar, Qnatar, Poeżata
  • Morocco: Kula, Rotal
  • Nepal: Pao, Pāu, पाउ, Boṛi, बोड़ि, Bisauli, बिसौलि, Dharni, Dhārni, धार्नि
  • Netherlands: Ons, Once, Unze, Pond, Pfund, Scheepslast, Schiffslast, Quardeel, Quarteel, Quardeel Walfang
  • Norway: Ort, Ertog, Lodd, Øre, Fjerding, Mark, Merke, Libra, Mark, Ring , Skålpund, Pund, Ringsmun, Spann, Bismerpund, Vette, Lispund, Laup, Våg, Skippund, Schiffpfund, Last
  • Austria: Quentchen, Lot, Pfund, Zentner, Saum, Schiffstonne, Quentchen (Reformwert), Lot (Reformwert), Pfund (Reformwert), Zentner (Reformwert), Saum (Reformwert), Schiffstonne (Reformwert), Meterzentner
  • Pegu Burma: Biza, Agiro, Abucco, Teccalis
  • Persia: Schiras (S.), Charvar, Karschâ, Dareiken, Batman, Batman Alternate, Metric Seer, Sihr, Seer
  • Philippines: Cavan, Caban, Kaban Rice, Cavan, Caban, Kaban Cocoa, Cavan, Caban, Kaban Milled Rice
  • Poland: Obol, Denari, Łut, Grain, Skojec, Dram, Unze, Ounce, Wiardunek, Krakow Grzywna, Funt, Kamień, Cetnar Lwowski, Cetnar Warszawski
  • Portugal 13th Century: Arratel, Arrátel, Onças, Ounce, Libra
  • Portugal 15th Century: Arratel, Arrátel, Onças, Ounce
  • Portugal 1499: Arratel, Arrátel, Onças, Ounce, Libra
  • Prussia Berliner kölnische Pfund: Heller, Pfennig , Quentchen , Lot, Unze, Mark, Pfund, Leichter Stein, Schwerer Stein, Zentner
  • Prussia Zollpfund 1840: Korn, Zent, Quentchen , Lot, Pfund, Zentner, Schiffslast
  • Prussia Nautical: Liespfund, Schiffspfund, Schiffslast
  • Prussia Jewelery Berliner Mark: Teil, Gran, Karat
  • Prussia Jewelery Vereinsmark: Teil, Gran, Karat
  • Russia: Dolja, Dolya, доля, Solotnik, Zolotnik, золотник, Lot, лот, Lana, лана, Unze, Funt, фунт, Pfund, Pound, Pud, Pood, пуд, Korsez, Berkowetz, беркoвец, Schiffpfund, Berkowitz, Packen, паккен, Batman
  • Saxony: Fuder (Berggießhübel), Pfund (Krämergewicht), Pfund (Apothekergewicht), Unze, Lot, Quentchen, Steine, Zentner, Zollzentner (ab 1858), Zollpfund (ab 1858), Lot (ab 1858)
  • Scotland: Stone, Stane, Stein, Stone, Stane(Stein (Trone, Pound, Poon, Pfund, Pound, Poon, Pfund (Trone), Pound, Poon, Pfund (Troy Edelmetall), Ounce, Unze, Ounce, Unze (Troy Edelmetall), Drop, Drap, Drop, Drap (Troy Edelmetall), Grain, Korn, Gran (Troy Edelmetall)
  • Switzerland: Loth, Unze, Pfund, Zentner
  • Sweden: Ort, Mark, Skålpund, Pund, Pfund, Bismerpund, Lispund, Lispfund, Skeppspund, Schiffpfund
  • Spain: Libra, Cuartillo, Celemin, Arroba, Cuartilla, Caja, Quintal, Fanega, Tonelada, Quintales, Tonelada Metrica
  • Sri Lanka: Garce
  • South Asia: Pao, Chitaks, Seer, Pao
  • Tatar: Öleş, допя, Mısqal, золотник, Lot, лот, Qadaq, Göränkä, фунт, Pot, пуд, Qantar, Berkovets, беркoвец
  • Thailand: Fueang, Salueng, Baht, Tamlueng, Chang, Kati, Hap, Pikul
  • Thailand Rice: Coyan (ungeschälter Reis), Coyan (Fracht-Reis), Kwian (Weißer Reis), Kwian (Reismüller)
  • Tibet: Khal, Nyag, Spor
  • Tripolitania: Artal, Oka
  • Turkey: Batman, Dirhem, Drachm, Miskal, Okka, Kantar, Çeki, Eski Okka (Old Oka), Kara Okka (Black Oka), Yeni Okka (New Oka)
  • US Grain: Bushel, Scheffel (Corn, Mais), Bushel, Scheffel (Rye, Roggen), Bushel, Scheffel (Wheat, Weizen), Bushel, Scheffel (Soybean, Sojabohnen)
  • Bible: Talent, Kikkar, ככר, Mina, Mine, מנה, Litra, Kesita, קשׂיטה, Schekel, Shekel, Schäkal, שׁקל, Bekah, בקע, Gerah, גרה, Giru
  • Kamasutra: Karsa, Pala, Prashtra
  • Physics: Atomic Unit of Mass (amu), Atomare Masseneinheit (u), Milli Mass Unit (mmu), Dalton (Da), Electronvolt, Elektronenvolt (eV), Gamma (γ), hyl, TME, Par, Mug (CGS Unit) (hyl), hyl, TME, Par, Mug (MKS Unit) (hyl), Hyle (Mieschen), Planck Mass, Masse, Stoney Mass, Masse, Electron Mass (Hartree), Neutrino Mass, Schrödinger Mass, Masse, Natural Particle Physics Mass, Elektronenmasse (Hartree), Neutrino Masse
  • Potrzebie: Blintz
  • Others: Arráteis, Bag (Coffee), Bag (Portland Cement), Bag of Cement, Bahar (Oman), Bale (b), Barge, Carat (Metric) (ct), Clove, Crith, Elephant, Finger Tip Unit Men (Medical), Finger Tip Unit Women (Medical), Fully loaded 747, Gold Dinar, Hobbit, Hobbett, Hobbet, Hobed, Hobaid (Oat), Hobbit, Hobbett, Hobbet, Hobed, Hobaid (Barley), Hobbit, Hobbett, Hobbet, Hobed, Hobaid (Wheat), Hobbit, Hobbett, Hobbet, Hobed, Hobaid (Beans), Hobbit, Hobbett, Hobbet, Hobed, Hobaid (Old Potatoes), Hobbit, Hobbett, Hobbet, Hobed, Hobaid (New Potatoes), Islamic Dirham (Pure Silver Equivalent), Jupiter Mass (MJ, MJUP) (MJUP), Mark, Mite, Mite (Metric), Mithqal, Point, Quintal (Metric) (q), Quintil (International Office of Vines and Wine), Seer (Oman, Nepal, Pakistan), Seer (Afghanistan), Sheet, Slug, Geepound Slug, Solar Mass, Sonnenmasse (M☉), Wey, Zentner, Batman Asien, Asia, Kantar Italien, Balkan, Türkei, Kantar Nordafrika
  • Comparisons: Electron, Proton, Flu Virus, Mass Equivalent of one Joule, Mass Equivalent of a Calorie, Bacteria, Ultra Fine Dust, Average Human Cell, Lethal Dosis of Tetanus Toxin, Human Egg, Grain of Sand, Tar Dosis "Light" Cigarette, Housefly, Coin, CD without Box, Mouse, Hen's Egg, Brain of an Adult, Grown Lion, Piano, Cow, Car, Elephant, Big Ben Bell, Fully Loaded Road Train, Diesel Locomotive, Blue Whale, Mushroom of the Genus Hallimasche, Take-Off Mass of Saturn V, Steel Structure of Eiffel Tower, Total Mass of Eiffel Tower, Oil Tanker Jahre Viking, Solar Mass Loss per Second via Solar Wind, Solar Mass Loss per Second via Nuclear Fusion, Total Mass of the Human World Population, World Oil Production 2001, Estimated total World Coal Reserves , Earth Atmosphere, Water of all Oceans, Mass of Moon, Mass of Earth, Mass of Sun, Mass of Milky Way, Mass of observable Univers

Density (Kilogram per Cubic Metre, kg/m³)

  • General: Kilogram per Cubic Metre (kg/m³), Kilogram per Litre (kg/L), Gram per Millilitre (g/mL), Gram per Litre (g/L), Slug per Cubic Foot (slug/ft³)
  • Avoirdupois: Ounce per Cubic Foot (oz/ft³), Ounce per Cubic Inch (oz/in³), Ounce per Gallon (Imperial) (oz/gal), Ounce per Gallon (US Fluid) (oz/gal), Pound per Cubic foot (lb/ft³), Pound per Cubic inch (lb/in³), Pound per Gallon (Imperial) (lb/gal), Pound per Gallon (US Fluid) (lb/gal)
  • Physics: Planck Density, Stoney Density
  • Comparisons: Density of the Universe, Lowest observed Density of Space in Galactic Spiral Arm, Best Vacuum from a Laboratory, Density of Sun's Corona, Earth Atmosphere at 82 Kilometre Altitude, Earth Atmosphere at 68 Kilometre Altitude, Vacuum from a Mechanical Vacuum Pump, Density of Sun just below its Photosphere, Earth Atmosphere at 32 Kilometre Altitude, Earth Atmosphere at 16 Kilometre Altitude, Earth Atmosphere at Sea Level, Liquid Water at 4°C, Human Body, Density of Sun, Silver, Lead, Osmium, Core of Sun, White Dwarf, Universe at End of Electroweak eEpoch, Atomic Nuclei and Neutron Stars

Temperature (Kelvin, K)

  • Scales: Celsius (°C), Fahrenheit (°F), Kelvin (°K), Reaumur (°Re), Rankine (°Ra), Delisle (°De), Newton (°N), Rømer (°Rø)
  • Others: Degree of Frost (Celsius), Degree of Frost (Fahrenheit)
  • Physics: Planck Temperature, Stoney Temperature, Schrödinger Temperature, Atomic Unit of Temperature (Hartree), Natural Particle Physics Temperature, Planck Temperatur, Stoney Temperatur, Schrödinger Temperatur, Atomare Einheit der Temperatur (Hartree)
  • Comparisons: Absolute Zero, First artificially produced Bose-Einstein condensate, Down Limit for Laser Cooling, Boomerang Nebula, coldest natural Environment known, Temperature of the Background Radiation in the Universe, Boiling Point Oxygen, Lowest measured Temperature, Vostok Station, Antarctica, Freezing Point Water, Mean Surface Temperature of the Earth, Room Temperature, Warmest Sea Temperature measured, Red Sea, Human Body Temperature, Highest measured Temperature, Al-Azzizyiah, Libyen, Recommended Coffee Brewing Temperature, Boiling Point Water, Ignition Temperature of Paper, Charcoal Grill (Flame), Lava, Melting Point Iron, Bunsen Burner, Boiling Point Iron, Earth's Inner Core Boundary, Surface Temperature of the Sun, Air Temperature around a Lightning, Core Temperature of the Sun, Required Temperature for Fusion, Plasma in Tokamak Fusion Test Reactor, Supernova Explosion, Temperature of the Unification of all fundamental Physical Forces of Energy, Planck-Temperature (maximum possible Temperature outside Black Holes)

Time (Second, s)

  • General: Nanosecond (ns), Microsecond (μs), Millisecond (ms), Second (s), Minute (min), Hour (h), Day (d), Day (Sidereal) (d), Week (wk), Month (Full) (mo), Month (Average Gregorian) (mo), Month (Hollow) (mo), Month (Synodic) (mo), Month (Sideric) (mo), Month (Tropical) (mo), Month (Draconic) (mo), Month (Anomalistic) (mo), Year (a), Year (Gregorian) (a), Year (Julian) (a), Year (Sidereal) (a), Year (Tropical) (a), Leap Year (a)
  • Anglo-American: Ounce, Unze, Moment, Bell, Glocke, Watch, Wache, Sennight, Fortnight
  • Nautical: Nautisches Glas, Nautical Glass
  • Ancient Egyptian: At, At-Re
  • Ancient Mesopotamian: Mu-Eš, Geš, Gesh, Da-Na, Bêru, Watch, Ud, Immu, Day, Tag, Itud, Arhu, Month, Monat, Mu, Šattu, Year, Jahr
  • Aztec: Trecena, Tonalpohualli-Kalender
  • Chinese: Shichen (时辰), Ke (刻) (today), Ke (刻) (in former times)
  • France: Septennat, Quinquennat
  • Hong Kong: Miu, Second, Sekunde (秒), Fen, Minute (分), Kwat, Quarter (骨), Chung, Siu Si, Hour, Stunde (鐘, 小時) (鐘), Yat, Day, Tag (日), Yeut, Gregorian Month (月), Yeut, Chinese Month (月), Nin, Gregorian Year (年), Nin, Chinese Year (年)
  • Maya: Baktun, Katun
  • Tibet: Lo, Jahr, Year, Zla Ba, Monat, Month, Nyin Zhag, Tag, Day, Chu Tshod, Stunde, Hour, Chu Srang, Minute, Dbug, Atemzug, Breath
  • Fame: Warhol
  • Physics: Svedberg (S), Atomic Unit of Time (Hartree) (au), Planck Time, Stoney Time, Weak Natural Time, Schrödinger Time, Natural Particle Physics Time, Atomare Einheit der Zeit (Hartree) (au), Planck Zeit, Stoney Zeit
  • Cycles: Callippic Cycle, Hipparchic Cycle, Metonic Cycle, Enneadecaeteris, Sothic Cycle
  • Bible: Shilshom, Two Days, Zwei Tage, Sha'ah, Day, Tag, Rega, Moment, Heleq, Part
  • Hindu/Vedic: Paramaanus, Pranamu, Blink of Eye, Vighati, विघटि, Ghadiya, घटि, Muhurta, Nakshatra Ahoratram, Day, Tag, Kásht́há, Kalá, Muhúrtta, Day, Tag, Month, Monat, Ayana, Year, Jahr, Day of the Gods, Leekshakamu, Lavamu, Renuvu, Truti, Trasarenu , Vedha, Lava, Nimesha, Kshanas, Kashthas, Laghu, Nadika, Danda, Praharas, Yamas, Tithi, Lunar Day, Paksa, Lunar Fortnight, Masa, Lunar Month, Ritu, Season, Ayanam, Ghatis, Yaama, Ahoratram, Human Fortnight , Day of the Pitrs, Month of the Pitres, Year of the Pitres, Lifespan of the Pitrs, Day of the Devas, Month of the Devas, Year of the Devas, Lifespan of the Devas, Kali Yuga, Dwápara Yuga, Tretá Yuga, Krita Yuga, Mahayuga, Divine Yuga, Kalpa, Day of Brahma, Month of Brahma, Year of Brahma, Pararddha, Para, Mahakalpa, Lifespan of Brahma
  • Animals: Dog Year (Small Dog), Dog Year (Large Dog), Horse Year, Mouse Year, Rabbit Year, Cat Year, Elephant Year, Monkey Year, Lion Year, Fox Year, Parrot Year, Tortoise Year, Crocodile Year, Bee Year, Ant Year
  • Others: Generation, Jahrfünft, Quinquennium, Decade, Dekade, Jahrzehnt, Century, Jahrhundert (Jh.), Millenium, Jahrtausend, Epoch, Jahrmillion, Megannum (Ma), Aeon, Shake, Shake, Jiffy, Jiffy (Alternate), Fortnight, Microfortnight, Galactic Year (GY), KLOC (Kilo Lines Of Code), Helek, Lustre, Lustrum, Moment, Milliday, Octaeteris, Sigma, Trimester, Tertie, Tertial, Quartal, Million Years Ago (mya), Billion Years Ago (bya), Billion Years (Byr), Kyr (Kyr), Nychthemeron, Atom, Friedman, Sekundenpendel, Seconds Pendulum, Samay, Saeculum, Sieglu, Sieglo, Segle, Siecle, Seculoi, Secolo, Segle, Siglo, Walking Distance Measure (Meter, Metre)
  • Comparisons: Shortest measured Period of Time, Shortest electromagnetic Pulse (2002), Response of the Eye's Pigments to Light, Cycle Time Processor 3 GHz, Radioactive Half Life Polonium-212, Strobe Flash Duration, Sampling Rate of Digital Audio Recording (44,1 kHz), Period Duration highest audible Tone, Main Discharge of Lightning, Photo Flash Duration, Wing Beat Housefly, Wing Beat Honey Bee, Camera Shutter, Period Duration lowest Audible Tone, Human Blink, Human Response, Beat of contemporary Music, Heart Beat, Light Earth-Moon, Breath, World Record 100-Meter-Run Men (2009) , TV Commercial, Light Earth-Sund, School Hours in Germany, Light Sun-Pluto, Need for Sleep, Daily Working Time in Western Countries, Revolution of the Earth on its Axis, Working Week in Western Countries, Feminine Period, Pregnancy of Humans, Pregnancy of African Elephants, Radioactive Half Life Uran-232, Duration of the Roman Empire, Radioactive Half Life Radium-226, Oldest Sequoia Tree, Age of Cheops-Pyramid, Oldest known Cave Paintings, Homo Sapiens, Average Life Span of a Species, Solar System Rotation around Center of Milky Way, Air-Breathing Creatures on Earth, Radioactive Half Life Uran-235, Life on Earth, Radioactive Half Life Uran-238, Earth, Universe, Radioactive Half Life Krypton-78

Speed (Metre per Second, m/s)

  • General: Metre per Second (m/sec), Centimetre per Second (cm/sec), Kilometre per Hour (km/h), Speed of Light in Vacuum (c), Speed of Sound in Air (s), Mach (-50°C), Mach (20°C), Mach (25°C), Mach (100°C), Velocity (CGS) (cm/sec), Benz (Bz)
  • Anglo American: Furlong per Fortnight, Mile per Hour (mph), Mile per Minute (mpm), Mile per Second (mps), Foot per Hour (fph), Foot per Minute (fpm), Foot per Second (fps), Inch per Minute (ipm), Inch per Second (ips)
  • Nautical: Knot (kn), Knot (Admiralty) (kn), Nautical Mile per Hour
  • Geology: Bubnoff-Unit (B), Sedimentation Rate of red Deep Sea Clay, Dropp Of Speed of Cratons, Rock Climb, Eustatic Sea Level Changes, Downcats along Plate Boundaries
  • Physics: Atomic Unit of Velocity (Hartree), Atomare Einheit der Geschwindigkeit (Hartree)
  • Comparisons: Growth Rate of Stalactites, Speed of African Plate, Moon receding from the Earth, Continental Drift, Growth of Human Head Hair, Snail Pace, Pedestrian, World Record Time 50m Freestyle Swim , Cyclist, World Record Time Marathon, World Class Sprinter, Typical Speed of Car, Fastest Fish (Sailfish), Fastest Land Animal (Cheetah), Land Speed Record for human powered Vehicle, Fastest scheduled Speed Rail Train, Maximum Speed of Ferrari F50 GT1, Wind Speed of powerful Tornado, Speed of Transrapid, World Record for Rail (TGV), Travel Speed of a Passenger Jet, World Record for Cars (Thrust SSC), Speed of Sound in Air, Rotation Speed of the Earth at the Equator, Maximum Travel Speed of the Concorde, Projectile Velocity AK-47-Rifle, Top Speed of the MiG-31, Orbital Velocity of Moon around the Earth, Speed of Sound in Water, Estimated Speed of Thermal Neutron, Geostationary Satellite orbital Velocity, Seismic Waves, Speed of Sound in Steel, Speed of International Space Station (ISS), Spped of Satellite in low Earth Orbit, Impact Velocity of great Meteorite, Escape Velocity of the Earth, Orbital Velocity of the Earth around the Sun, Speed of Sun arround the Center of the Milky Way, Typical Speed of Particle of the Solar Wind, Speed of fast Neutron, Speed of Light in Diamond, Speed of Signal in Cable, Speed of Light in Vacuum

Acceleration (Metre per Square Second, m/s²)

  • General: Metre per Second Squared (m/s²), Centimetre per Second Squared (cm/s²), Galileo (Gal), Standard Gravity (g), Eötvös (E)
  • Anglo American: Foot per Hour per Second (fph/s), Foot per Minute per Second (fpm/s), Foot per Second Squared (fps²), Inch per Minute per Second (ipm/s), Inch per Second Squared (ips²), Mile per Hour per Second (mph/s), Mile per Minute per Second (mpm/s), Mile per Second Squared (mps²)
  • Nautical: Knot per Second (kn/s)

Volume Flow (Cubic Metre per Second, m³/s)

  • General: Cubic Metre per Second (m³/s), Cubic Metre per Minute (m³/min), Cubic Metre per Hour (m³/h), Litre per Second (LPS), Litre per Minute (LPM), Litre per Hour (LPH), Sverdrup (Sv), Cumec (cms)
  • Anglo American: Cubic Foot per Minute (CFM), Cubic Foot per Second (ft³/s), Cubic Inch per Minute (in³/min), Cubic Inch per Second (in³/s), Gallon (US Fluid) per Day (GPD), Gallon (US Fluid) per Hour (GPH), Gallon (US Fluid) per Minute (GPM)
  • Comparisons: Entire Global Fresh-Water-Input of Rivers to Oceans, Gulf Stream Florida, Gulf Stream Europe

Kitchen

  • Metric: Litre (l), Decilitre (dl), Centilitre (cl), Millilitre (ml), Cubic Centimetre (ccm)
  • Weight of Liquids: Milligram (mg), Gram (g), Kilogram (kg), Ounce (oz)
  • Germany: Scheffel, Eimer, Metze, Metze, Maß, Wasserglas, Obertasse, Tasse, Cup, Weinflasche, Weinglas, Esslöffel (EL), Teelöffel (TL), Messerspitze, Blatt, Barlöffel (BL)
  • Australia: Teaspoon (tsp.), Tablespoon (tbsp.), Cup (cu.)
  • British Imperial: Saltspoon (UK) (ssp.), Teaspoon (UK) (tsp.), Dessertspoon (UK) (dsp.), Tablespoon (UK) (tbsp.), Tea Cup (UK), Cup (UK) (cu.), Fluid Ounce (UK) (fl oz), Quart (UK) (qt), Pint (UK) (pt), Gill (UK), Gallon (UK) (gal), Salzlöffel (UK) (ssp.), Teelöffel (UK) (tsp.), Esslöffel (UK) (tbsp.), Teetasse (UK), Tasse (UK) (cu.)
  • Canada: Teaspoon (tsp.), Tablespoon (tbsp.), Cup (cu.)
  • USA: Drop (US) (ssp.), Smidgens (US), Saltspoon (US) (ssp.), Teaspoon (US) (tsp.), Dessertspoon (US) (dsp.), Tablespoon (US) (tbsp.), Tea Cup (US), Jigger (US), Gill (US) (gi.), Cup (US) (cu.), Fluid Ounce (US) (fl oz), Pint (US) (pt), Fifth (US), Quart (US) (qt), Gallon (US) (gal), Salzlöffel (US) (ssp.), Teelöffel (US) (tsp.), Esslöffel (US) (tbsp.), Teetasse (US), Tasse (US) (cu.), Pint (US Dry) (pt.), Quart (US Dry) (qt.), Peck (US Dry) (pk.), Bushel (US Dry) (bu.)
  • Food and Drug Administration: Teaspoon (FDA) (tsp.), Tablespoon (FDA) (tbsp.), Fluid Ounce (FDA) (fl oz), Cup (FDA) (cu.)
  • Parts: Mass, Schoppen, Seitel, Seidel, Messle, Achtel

Information and Storage (Bit)

  • General: Joule pro Kelvin (J/K), Bit (Binary Digit) (bit), Nibble, Nybble, Nyble, Byte (B), Shannon (Sh), Ban, Hartley, Hart, Decit, Dit (Decimal Digit) (ban), Deziban (db), Nit, Nat, Nepit, Naperian Digit, Natural Ban (nit), Hexadecimal Digit, Octal Digit, Crumb, Slab, Nonet
  • Byte Decimal: Kilobyte (1000 Byte) (KB), Megabyte (MB), Gigabyte (GB), Terabyte (TB), Petabyte (PB), Exabyte (EB), Zettabyte (ZB), Yottabyte (YB)
  • Byte Binary: Kilobyte (Kibibyte) (2^10 Byte) (KiB), Megabyte (Mebibyte) (MiB), Gigabyte (Gibibyte) (GiB), Terabyte (Tebibyte) (TiB), Petabyte (Pebibyte) (PiB), Exabyte (Eibibyte) (EiB), Zettabyte (Zebibyte) (ZiB), Yottabyte (Yibibyte) (YiB)
  • Bit Decimal: Kilobit (1000 Bit) (Kbit), Megabit (Mbit), Gigabit (Gbit), Terabit (Tbit), Petabit (Pbit), Exabit (Ebit), Zettabit (Zbit), Yottabit (Ybit)
  • Bit Binary: Kilobit (Kibibit) (2^10 Bit) (Kibit), Megabit (Mebibit) (Mibit), Gigabit (Gibibit) (Gibit), Terabit (Tebibit) (Tibit), Petabit (Pebibit) (Pibit), Exabit (Exbibit) (Eibit), Zettabit (Zebibit) (Zibit), Yottabit (Yobibit) (Yibit)
  • Comparisons: Binary Decision, Size of Code Points in Baudot Code (Telex Communication), Character from ASCII Character Set, Minimum Length to store 2 Decimal Digits, Character from ANSI-Code, Size of an Integer (Holding 65,536 different Values), Character in UTF-32-Format, Maximum Capacity of Standard Magnetic Stripe Card, Page as Text, Information on a sheet of single-spaced paper, DIN A4-Typewritter-Page, High Density 3,5 Inch-Disk, One-Page Black-and-White Fax, Bible as Text (ANSI, ASCII-coded), One Frame of uncompressed NTSC DVD Video, One Frame of uncompressed PAL DVD Video, Photograph (1024 × 768 Pixels), Minute of high-fidelity Sound , Capacity of Computer Monitor (800 × 600 Pixels, 24 bpp), Size of the Complete Works of Shakespeare, Size of largest known Mersenne Prime, Capacity of Computer Monitor (1920 × 1200 Pixels, 24 bpp), Amount of Information in typical Phone Book, Amount of Data in large Foldout Map, Five-Minute Audio Recording (CDDA Quality), Meter of shelved Books, 700 MB-Data-CD-ROM, Capacity of Human Genome, DVD±R, Capacity of a double-sided, dual-layered DVD, VHS Tape used for Digital Data, Capacity of a single-sided, single-layered 12-cm Blu-Ray Disc, Capacity of the Polychaos Dubium Genome, largest known Genome, Data of π to the largest Number of Digits ever calculated, 50000 Trees made into Paper and printed, Capacity of a Human Being's functional Memory, Printed Collection of the US Library of Congress, Amount of Text in the Library of Congress, if it were all digitized, Entire internet, Size of the Internet Archive as of 2004, Three Years of EOS Data , Estimated Hard Drive Space in Google's Server Farm 2004, Storage Capacity of the World's largest Data Centers 2002, Storage Capacity of the fictional Star Trek Character Data, Total Amount of printed Material in the World, All words ever spoken by Human Beings, Information that can be stored in one Gram of DNA

Quantity (Items)

  • General: Parts per Quadrillion (ppq), Parts per Trillion (ppt), Parts per Billion (ppb), Parts per Million (ppb), Base Point (‱), Per Mille (‰), Per Cent (%), Exemplar, One, Ten, Dix, Hundred, Cent, Thousand, Mille, Ten Thousand, Hundred Thousand, Googol
  • Long Scale Europe: Million, Milion (Mio), Milliarde, Milliard (Mrd), Billion (Bio), Billiarde, Billiard, Trillion, Trilliarde, Trilliard, Quadrillion, Quadrilliarde, Quadrilliard, Quintillion, Quintilliarde, Quintilliard, Sextillion, Sextilliarde, Sextilliard, Septillion, Septilliarde, Septilliard, Octillion, Octilliarde, Octilliard, Nonillion, Nonilliarde, Nonilliard, Decillion, Decilliarde, Decilliard, Undecillion, Undecilliarde, Undecilliard, Duodecillion, Duodecilliarde, Duodecilliard, Tredecillion, Tredecilliarde, Tredecilliard, Quattuordecillion, Quattuordecilliarde, Quattuordecilliard, Quindecillion, Quindecilliarde, Quindecilliard, Sexdecillion, Sexdecilliarde, Sexdecilliard, Septendecillion, Septendecilliarde, Septendecilliard, Octodecillion, Octodecilliarde, Octodecilliard, Novemdecillion, Novemdecilliarde, Novemdecilliard, Vigintillion, Vigintilliarde, Vigintilliard, Quinquavigintillion, Quinquavigintilliarde, Trigintillion, Trigintilliarde, Quinquatrigintillion, Quinquatrigintilliarde, Quadragintillion, Quadragintilliarde, Quinquaquadragintillion, Quinquaquadragintilliarde, Quinquagintillion, Quinquagintilliarde, Unquinquagintillion, Unquinquagintilliarde, Duoquinquagintillion, Quinquaquinquagintilliarde, Sexaquinquagintillion, Sexaquinquagintilliarde, Sexagintillion, Sexagintilliarde, Unsexagintillion, Unsexagintilliarde, Quinquasexagintillion, Quinquasexagintilliarde, Septuagintilion, Septuagintilliarde, Quinquaseptuagintilion, Quinquaseptuagintilliarde, Octogintilion, Octogintilliarde, Quinquaoctogintilion, Quinquaoctogintilliarde, Nonagintilion, Nonagintilliarde, Quinquanonagintilion, Quinquanonagintilliarde, Centillion, Zentillion, Centilliarde, Zentilliarde, Quinquagintacentilion, Quinquagintacentilliarde, Ducentilion, Ducentilliarde, Quinquagintaducentilion, Quinquagintaducentilliarde, Trecentilion, Trecentilliarde, Quinquagintatrecentilion, Quinquagintatrecentilliarde, Quadringentilion, Quadringentilliarde, Quinquagintaquadringentilion, Quinquagintaquadringentilliarde
  • Short Scale USA: Million (Mio), Billion (Bio), Trillion, Quadrillion, Quintillion, Sextillion, Septillion, Octillion, Nonillion, Decillion, Undecillion, Duodecillion, Tredecillion, Quattuordecillion, Quindecillion, Sexdecillion, Septendecillion, Octodecillion, Novemdecillion, Vigintillion, Unvigintillion, Duovigintillion, Tresvigintillion, Quattuorvigintillion, Quinquavigintillion, Sesvigintillion, Septemvigintillion, Octovigintillion, Novemvigintillion, Trigintillion, Untrigintillion, Duotrigintillion, Trestrigintillion, Quattuortrigintillion, Quinquatrigintillion, Sestrigintillion, Septentrigintillion, Octotrigintillion, Noventrigintillion, Quadragintillion, Quinquagintillion, Sexagintillion, Septuagintillion, Octogintillion, Nonagintillion, Centillion, Uncentillion, Duocentillion, Trescentillion, Decicentillion, Undecicentillion, Viginticentillion, Unviginticentillion, Trigintacentillion, Quadragintacentillion, Quinquagintacentillion, Sexagintacentillion, Septuagintacentillion, Octogintacentillion, Nonagintacentillion, Ducentillion, Trecentillion, Quadringentillion, Quingentillion, Sescentillion, Septingentillion, Octingentillion, Nongentillion
  • Long Scale UK: Million (Mio), Thousand Million, Billion (Bio), Thousand Billion, Trillion, Thousand Trillion, Quadrillion, Thousand Quadrillion, Quintillion, Thousand Quintillion, Sextillion, Thousand Sextillion, Septillion, Thousand Septillion, Octillion, Thousand Octillion, Nonillion, Thousand Nonillion, Decillion, Thousand Decillion, Undecillion, Thousand Undecillion, Duodecillion, Thousand Duodecillion, Tredecillion, Thousand Tredecillion, Quattuordecillion, Thousand Quattuordecillion, Quindecillion, Thousand Quindecillion, Sexdecillion, Thousand Sexdecillion, Septendecillion, Thousand Septendecillion, Octodecillion, Thousand Octodecillion, Novemdecillion, Thousand Novemdecillion, Vigintillion, Thousand Vigintillion, Quinquavigintillion, Thousand Quinquavigintillion, Trigintillion, Thousand Trigintillion, Quinquatrigintillion, Thousand Quinquatrigintillion, Quadragintillion, Thousand Quadragintillion, Quinquaquadragintillion, Thousand Quinquaquadragintillion, Quinquagintillion, Thousand Quinquagintillion, Unquinquagintillion, Thousand Unquinquagintillion, Duoquinquagintillion, Thousand Duoquinquagintillion, Quinquaquinquagintillion, Thousand Quinquaquinquagintillion, Sexaquinquagintillion, Thousand Sexaquinquagintillion, Sexagintillion, Thousand Sexagintillion, Unsexagintillion, Thousand Unsexagintillion, Quinquasexagintillion, Thousand Quinquasexagintillion, Septuagintillion, Thousand Septuagintillion, Quinquaseptuagintillion, Thousand Quinquaseptuagintillion, Octogintillion, Thousand Octogintillion, Quinquaoctogintillion, Thousand Quinquaoctogintillion, Nonagintillion, Thousand Nonagintillion, Quinquanonagintillion, Thousand Quinquanonagintillion, Centillion, Thousand Centillion, Quinquagintacentillion, Thousand Quinquagintacentillion, Ducentillion, Thousand Ducentillion, Quinquagintaducentillion, Thousand Quinquagintaducentillion, Trecentillion, Thousand Trecentillion, Quinquagintatrecentillion, Thousand Quinquagintatrecentillion, Quadringentillion, Thousand Quadringentillion, Quinquagintaquadringentillion, Thousand Quinquagintaquadringentillion
  • Prefix: Yocto (y), Zepto (z), Atto (a), Femto (f), Piko (p), Nano (n), Mikro (μ), Milli (m), Zenti, Centi (c), Dezi, Deci (d), Deka (da), Hekto (h), Kilo (k), Mega (M), Giga (G), Tera (T), Peta (P), Exa (E), Zetta (Z), Yotta (Y)
  • Ancient Greece: Myriades, μυριάδες
  • Ancient Rome: I, V, X, L, C, D, M, ↁ, ↂ
  • Denmark: Dusin, Snes, Storhundret, Gross, Tylft, Stort Hundre
  • Germany: Paar, Decher, Halbstiege, Dekade, Dutzend, Mandel, Malter, Große Mandel, Bauern Mandel, Steige, Stiege, Band, Schock, Zimmer, Großschock, Bauernschock, Webe, Wall, Groshundert, Groß, Gros (12 Dutzend), Pfund, Mille, Großtausend, Maß (12 Gros)
  • England: Dozen, Bakers Dozen, Score, Small Hundred, Long Hundred, Great Hundred, Gross (gro), Dozen Gross, Great Gross
  • Markatal Faroe Islands: Mørk (mk.), Gyllin (gl.), Skinn (sk.)
  • Hindi: Mahasankha, Padma, Kharab, Arab, Crore, Lakh
  • Paper DIN 6730: Seite, Blatt, Bogen, Buch, Ries, Rieß, Paket, Ballen
  • Paper Austria: Bogen, Heft, Neubuch, Neuries
  • Paper USA: Bogen, Quires, Lagen, ShortReam, Ries, Ream (Ries)
  • Physics: Mol, Einstein (E)
  • Others: Cran (North Sea Fishing), Spinning Count
  • Comparisons: Smallest positive non-zero value that can be represented by a double-precision IEEE floating-point value, Smallest positive non-zero value that can be represented by a single-precision IEEE floating-point value, Probability in a game of Bridge of all four players getting a Single-Suit Hand, Probability of rolling snake eyes 10 times in a row on a pair of fair dice, Probability in a game of Bridge of one player getting a Single-Suit Hand, Odds of winning the Grand Prize (matching all 6 numbers) in the US Powerball Lottery, Odds of winning the Jackpot (matching the 6 main numbers) in the UK National Lottery, Odds of being dealt a Royal Flush in Poker, Odds of being dealt a Full House in Poker, Ratio of the diagonal of a Square to its side Length √2, Golden Ratio φ (φ), Base of the Natural Logarithm e (e), Ratio of a Circle's Circumference to its Diameter π (π), Human Scale, Latin Alphabet in the English language, Characters in the ASCII Character Set, Member States of the United Nations as of 2006, DNA of the simplest Viruses has some 5,000 Base Pairs, Mutually unintelligible Languages and Dialects, Each Neuron in the Human Brain is estimated to connect to 10,000 others, Distinct Chinese Characters, Genes of Human Being, Largest Number of Decimal Places of π that have been recited from Memory, Largest known Fermat Prime, Strands of Hair on a Head, English Words in New Oxford Dictionary of English, Named Species, FreeDB Entries (2005), Different 5-Card Poker Hands from 52 Card Deck, English Wikipedia Article 2010, Distinct Web Sites 2003, Number of mathematical Constants collected on the Plouffe's Inverter 2005, Native Speakers of English, Entries of distinct astronomical Objects in The Guide Star Catalog II, Population of India in 2007, Population of China in 2007, Base Pairs in the Genome, Possible unique IP Addresses, World Population 2007, Web Pages indexed by Google as of 2004, Bacteria in the Human Body (Oral Cavity), Age of the Universe, Neurons in the Brain, Stars in our Galaxy, Bacteria on the Human Body (Surface), Number of known Digits of π, Estimated Population of Fish in the Ocean, Cells in the Human Body, Estimated Number of Ants on Earth, Largest known Motzkin Prime, Fifth Taxicab Number, Insect Population of the Earth, Computational Limit of a 64-Bit CPU, Different Positions of a 3x3x3 Rubik's Cube, 10-Character Password Permutations, Grains of Sand on Earth, Possible Sudoku Grids, Estimated Number of Stars within Range of Telescopes, Fifth Unitary Perfect Number, Molecules in one Mole of any Substance (Avogadro's number), Atoms in the Human Body, Number of Bacterial Cells on Earth, Address Range of IPv6, Eddington-Dirac Number, Number of legal Chess Positions, Number of Ways to order the Cards in a 52-Card Deck, Possible Permutations for the Professor's Cube (5x5x5 Rubik's Cube), Total Number of fundamental Particles in the observable Universe, Number of Ways to arrange the Tiles in English Scrabble, Number of Planck Volumes in the observable Universe

Shoe Size

  • Foot Length: Centimetres (cm), Millimetres (mm), Inch (in)
  • Shoe Length: Centimetre (cm), Millimetre (mm), Inch (in)
  • General: Mondopoint, EU Europe, F France, JP Japan, Korea
  • Adult: UK
  • Men: US, US Sport, Brannock, Australia
  • Women: US Fia, US Common, US Sport, Brannock, Australia
  • Children: UK, US, US-C Children, US-Y Youth
  • Comparisons: Average Male Size, Average Female Size, Deviation from the Average Male Size (%), Deviation from the Average Female Size (%)

Energy (Joule, J)

  • General: Joule (J), Watt Second (Ws), Newton Metre (Nm), Watt Hour (Wh), Kilowatt Hour (KWh), Calorie, Grammkalorie, Small Calorie (cal), Kilo Calorie, Large Calorie (kcal), Calorie (International Steam Table) (cal IT), Calorie (International Steam Table Conference) (cal INT), Calorie (Mean) (cal mean), Calorie (Thermomechanical) (cal th), Calorie (3,98°C) (cal 3,98°C), Calorie (15°C) (cal 15°C), Calorie (20°C) (cal 20°C), Coal Unit (1 kg) (CU), Oil Unit (1 kg) (OU), Kilopondmeter, Meterkilopond (kpm), Therm EC (thm), Therm US (thm), Horsepower-Hour (hph), Pferdestärkenstunde (PSh), Celsius Heat Unit (International Table) (CHUIT), Ton of TNT (tTNT), Erg (CGS) (erg), Sthene-Metre (MTS) (snm), Coloumb Volt (CV), Volt Ampere Second (VAs), Exaton, Petaton, Teraton, Foe
  • Equivalents: Kiloton TNT Equivalent, Ton TNT Equivalent, Gram TNT Equivalent, Ton of Coal Equivalent (TCE), Ton of Oil Equivalent (TOE), Barrel of Oil Equivalent (BBOE)
  • Anglo American: Thermie (th), British Thermal Unit (International Table) (BTUIT), Million British Thermal Units (IT) (mmBTU), British Thermal Unit (ISO) (BTUISO), British Thermal Unit (Mean) (BTUmean), British Thermal Unit (Thermochemical) (BTUth), British Thermal Unit (39°F) (BTU39°F), British Thermal Unit (59°F) (BTU59°F), British Thermal Unit (60°F) (BTU60°F), British Thermal Unit (63°F) (BTU63°F), Quad, Therm, Foot Pound Force (ft lbf), Foot Poundal (ft pdl), Inch Pound Force (in lbf)
  • Atmosphere: Cubic Centimetre of Atmosphere (cc atm), Cubic Foot of Atmosphere (cu ft atm), Cubic Foot of natural gas, Cubic Yard of Atmosphere (cu yd atm), Gallon-Atmosphere (Imperial) (imp gal atm), Gallon-Atmosphere (US) (US gal atm), Litre-Atmosphere (l atm), Standard Cubic Centimetre (scc), Standard Cubic Foot (scf), Standard Cubic Yard (scy), Standard Litre Atmosphere (sl)
  • France: Frigorie (fr)
  • Physics: Elektron Volt (eV), Megawatt Day (MWd), Greisen-Zatsepin-Kuzmin, Solar Constant, Therm, Rydberg (Ry), Planck Energy, Stoney Energy, Atomic Unit of Energy (Hartree) (Eh)
  • Fuels: Liquefied Petroleum Gas (1 kg), Petrol (1 kg), Crude Oil (1 kg), Crude Oil (1 l), Natural Gas (1 m³), Coal (1 kg), Petroleum Coke (1 kg), Coke (1 kg), Pitch Coal (1 kg), Brown Coal Briquettes (1 kg), Coke Oven Gas (1 m³), Mine Gas (1 m³), Firewood (1 kg), Alternative Fuel (1 kg), Brown Coal (1 kg), Natural Uranium, Uranium 235, Anti Matter
  • Others: Foe, Hiroshima Bomb, Tons of TNT
  • Earthquake Richter Magnitude Scale: Punkte auf der Richter Skala, 0.0, 0.5, 1.0, 1.5, 2.0, 2.5, 3.0, 3.5, 4.0, 4.5, 5.0, 5.5, 6.0, 6.5, 6.7, 6.9, 7.0, 7.1, 7.5, 7.8, 8.0, 8.5, 8.8, 9.0, 9.2, 9.3, 9.5, 10.0, 11.0, 12.0, 13.0
  • Comparisons: Kinetic Energy Molecule at lowest Temperature reached, Kinetic Energy Molecule at Room Temperature, Energy of a Photon of Violet Light, Rest Energy of an Electron, Rest Energy of a Proton, Kinetic Energy of a flying Mosquito, Energy to pronounce an average Syllable of a Word, Energy of one Second of Moonlight on the Human Face, Kinetic Energy of a small Hailstone, Heat 1 g Air by 1 °C, Lift a small Apple (100 g) 1 m, Energy a quiet Person produces as Heat in 1, 100 Second, Heat 1 g Water by 1 °C (= 1 Calorie), Kinetic Energy of a Man at Walking Speed, Energy to lift 1 l Water 10 m high, Use of a 10 W Flashlight for one Minute, Power of one Horsepower applied for one Second, Energy of a lethal Dose of X-Rays, Solar Radiation on 1 m², sec (= Solar Constant), Energy to lift 70 kg 3 m high, Muzzle Energy of a Bullet, Heat 1 Litre Water by 1 °C (= 1 Kilocalorie), Food Calorie, Large Calorie, Consumption of a 100 W Light Bulb per Minute, Energy released by Metabolism of 1 g Sugar or Protein, Calorific Content of 1 g Fat, Energy released by Combustion of 1 g Gasoline, Kinetic Energy of a Car at 100 km, h, Food Energy of a Snack such as a Mars, Kilowatt Hour (KWh), Recommended Food Energy Intake per Day for a Woman, Recommended Food Energy Intake per Day for a Man, Energy of accelerating a 4 Ton Truck to Highway Speed, Energy of a Day's Worth of heavy Labour, Kinetic Energy of a 55 Ton Aircraft at Landing, Burning of 1 kg Coal (= 1 Coal Equivalent), Burning of 1 kg Crude Oil (= 1 Oil Equivalent), Energy required to melt a Ton of Steel, Energy expended by a Human Heart Muscle in 80 Years, Energy of a Lightning, Kinetic Motion Energy of Airbus A380 (910 km, h), Energy consumed by average US Automobile 2000, Energy of an Atlas Rocket blasting off, Orbital Kinetic Energy International Space Station (ISS), Explosion Power Atomic Bomb Little Boy, Hiroshima, Explosion Power Atomic Bomb Fat Man, Nagasaki, Energy released by average Hurricane per Second, Yearly Electricity Production Togo, Africa, Full Conversion of 1 kg Matter into Energy, Energy in 1 kg Antimatter, Explosion Power of the most powerful Hydrogen Bomb, Tsar Bomba, largest Nuclear Weapon ever tested, Yearly Electricity Consumption Norway, Energy of an Asteroid Strike, Primary Energy Consumption of Germany 2008, Primary Energy Consumption of Humanity 2007, Yearly Electricity Consumption US 2005, Yearly Electricity Production US 2005, Yearly Electricity Consumption World 2005, Yearly Electricity Production World 2005, Estimated Energy of World's Uranium Reserves, Estimated Energy of World's Natural Gas Reserves, Estimated Energy of World's Petroleum Reserves , Estimated Energy of World's Coal Reserves, Estimated Energy of World's Fossil Fuel Reserves, Radiated Energy from Sun to Earth's Surface per Day, Energy to heat all Water of the Earth by 1 Degree, Total Energy Output of Sun each Second, Gravitational Binding Energy Mond, Total Energy Output of Sun each each Day, Gravitational Binding Energy Earth, Kinetic Motion Energy Earth, Total Energy Output of Sun each Year, Approximate Energy Nova, Gravitational Binding Energy Sun, Approximate Energy Supernova, Total Mass-Energy Sun, Total Mass-Energy Galaxy, Total Mass-Energy observable Universe

Power (Watt, W)

  • General: Kilopondmetre per Second (kpm/s), Milliwatt (mW), Watt (W), Kilowatt (kW), Megawatt (MW), Joule per Second (J/s), Pferdestärke (PS), Horsepower (hp), Affenstärke (AS), Donkey Power (dp), Kilocalories per Hour (kcal/h), Calorie (International Table) per Second (cal/s), DIN PS, Poncelet (p), Erg per Second (CGS) (erg/s), Sthene-Metre per Second (MTS) (snm/s), Lusec, Ton of Air Conditioning, Ton of Refrigeration (Imperial), Ton of Refrigeration (IT), Blindwatt (bW), Var (var), Voltampere (VA), Solar Illuminating Power (L☉)
  • Atmosphere: Atmosphere-Cubic Centimetre per Minute (atm ccm), Atmosphere-Cubic Centimetre per Second (atm ccs), Atmosphere-Cubic Foot per Hour (atm cfh), Atmosphere-Cubic Foot per Minute (atm cfm), Atmosphere-Cubic Foot per Second (atm cfs), Litre-Atmosphere per Minute (L·atm/min), Litre-Atmosphere per Second (L·atm/s)
  • Anglo American: BTU (International Table) per Hour (BTUIT/h), BTU (International Table) per Minute (BTUIT/min), BTU (International Table) per Second (BTUIT/s), Foot-Pound pro Sekunde (ft lb/s), Foot-Pound pro Minute (ft lb/min), Foot-Pound-Force per Hour (ft lbf/h), Foot-Pound-Force per Minute (ft lbf/min), Foot-Pound-Force per Second (ft lbf/s), Square Foot Equivalent direct Radiation (sq ft EDR), Manpower, Mannstärke
  • Horse Powers: Pferdestärke (PS), Horsepower (hp), DIN PS, Brake Horsepower (English) (bhp), Horsepower (Boiler) (hp), Horsepower (European Electrical) (hp), Horsepower (Imperial Electrical) (hp), Horsepower (Imperial Mechanical) (hp), Horsepower (Metric) (hp), Pferdestärke Sachsen (PS Sachsen), Pferdestärke Württemberg (PS Württemberg), Pferdestärke Preußen (PS Preußen), Pferdestärke Hannover (PS Hannover), Pferdestärke Österreich (PS Österreich), Cheval Vapeur Frankreich, France (CV)
  • Hong Kong: Horsepower (馬力), Pak, Horsepower (匹)
  • Physics: Planck Power, Stoney Power, Planck Leistung, Stoney Leistung
  • Kardashev Scale: Current Status of our Civilization (0.72), Total Power Output of a Type-I Civilization (Home Planet), Total Power Output of a Type-II Civilization (Solar System), Total Power Output of a Type-III Civilization (Galaxy)
  • Comparisons: Galileo Space Probe's Radio Signal (when at Jupiter) as received on Earth by a 70-meter DSN Antenna, Scale at which operation of nanoelectromechanical Systems are overwhelmed by Thermal Fluctuations, Minimum discernible Signal at the Antenna Terminal of a good FM Radio Receiver, Lower limit of Power Reception on digital spread-spectrum Cell Phones, Sound Power in Human Threshold of Hearing, Power entering a Human Eye from a 100-watt Lamp 1 km away, Average Power Consumption of a Human Cell, Power Consumption of 8-bit PIC Microcontroller Chips during "Sleep" Mode, Consumption of a Quartz Wristwatch, Cosmic Microwave Background Radiation per Square Metre, Laser in a CD-ROM drive, Power Consumption of a typical Light Emitting Diode, Power of the Human Heart, Power of a Mobile Phone, Typical 100 W Light Bulb, Compact Light Bulb, Power Consumption of the Human Brain, Basal Metabolic Rate used by the Human Body, Power Output of 1 m² Solar Panel in full Sunlight, Peak Power Consumption of a Pentium 4 CPU, Refrigerator in Operation, Average Power use of the World per Person in 2001, Average step moldings of a Cyclist during a Mountain Stage, Typical PC Power Supply Maximum Output, Legal Limit of Power Output of an Amateur Radio Station in the UK, Power Output (useful Work plus Heat) of a Person working hard physically, Drive Power of the Benz Patent Motor Car of 1886, Sunshine falling on a Square Metre of the Earth's Surface, Peak Power Output of a healthy Human during a 30-second Cycle Sprint at 30.1°C, Power received from the Sun at the Earth's Orbit by one Square Metre, Legal Limit of Power Output of an Amateur Radio Station in the USA, Short-Time Power Output of sprinting professional Cyclists, Power Consumption typical Washing Machine, Photosynthetic Power Output per Square Kilometer of Ocean, Output of Audio Amplifiers in the field of large-scale Sound, Power Consumption per Person USA 2009, Heating One Family House, Houshold Water Heater, Photosynthetic Power Output per Square Kilometer of Land, Power Output of a Motorcycle Engine, Power Output of typical Automobiles, Peak Power Output GE's Standard Wind Turbine, Peak Power Output Blue Whale, Mechanical Power Output of Diesel Locomotive, Capacity of big Wind Turbines, 600-Watt-Second-Flash while Flash Duration of 1, 10000 Second, Drive Capacity ICE 3, Photovoltaic Systems in Germany 1999, Average Power Consumption Boeing 747, Reactor Performance of the Aircraft Carrier Enterprise, Electric Power Output of a CANDU Nuclear Reactor, Typical Nuclear Power Plant, Peak Power Generation Hoover Dam, Capacity Kendal Power Station (largest coal-fired), Capacity Kashiwazaki-Kariwa Nuclear Power Plant (largest nuclear), Electrical Power Generation Itaipu Dam, Electrical Power Generation Three Gorges Dam (largest hydroelectric), Total installed Wind Turbine capacity 2006, Average Power Consumption of first stage of Saturn V Rocket, Three Gorges Dam China,, Wind Power Capacity Europe 2005, Power Stations Germany 1997, Average required electrical Power Worldwide 2001, Average required Power USA 2001, Energy Consumption USA 2005, Lightning, Total Power Consumption of the Human World 2001, Total Power Consumption of the Human World 2004, Total Heat Flux from Earth's Interior, Radioactive Decay Processes in the Earth's Interior, Hercules Laser, University of Michigan, World's most powerful Laser Pulses, Heat flux transported by the Gulf Stream, Power received by the Earth from the Sun, Tsar Bomba Fusion Bomb, Luminosity of the Sun, Luminosity of Beta Centauri, Luminosity of the Star Deneb, Luminosity of the Milky Way Galaxy, Luminosity of a Gamma-Ray Burst, Maximum Power allowed by General Relativity without creating an Event Horizon

Force (Newton, N)

  • Metric: Nanonewton (nN), Micronewton, Millinewton (mN), Newton (N), Kilonewton (KN), Meganewton (MN), Giganewton (GN), Joule per Metre (J/m), Pascal per Square Metre (Pa/m²), Dyne (CGS) (dyn), Sthen (Mieschen) (sn), Sthen, Sthène (MTS) (sn)
  • Anglo American: Ounce-Force (ozf), Pound (lb), Pound-Force (lbf), Poundal (pdl), Ton-Force (tnf), Kip (kip), Kip-Force (klbf) (kipf)
  • Gravitational: Pond (p), Kilopond (kp), Kraftkilogramm (kgp, kgf) (kg*), Kilogram-Force (kgf), Grave-Force (Gf), Gravet-Force (gf), Milligrave-Force (mGf)
  • Physics: Atomic Unit of Force, Planck Force, Gravitational Constant (G), Stoney Force, Atomic Unit of Force (Hartree), Atomare Einheit der Kraft, Planck Kraft, Gravitationskonstante (G), Stoney Kraft, Atomare Einheit der Kraft (Hartree)
  • Others: Strong Cobb Unit (SC)
  • Comparisons: Output of FEEP Ion Thrusters, Maximum Weight of a Mosquito, Weight of an average Apple, Nominal Weight of 1 kg Object at Sea Level, Average Force of human Bite, Force applied by the Engine of a small Car during Peak Acceleration, Force applied by hitting a stationary Barrier at 100 km, h, Schubkraft Space Shuttle beim Abheben, Schubkraft Saturn V Rackete beim Abheben rocket, Anziehungskraft zwischen Erde und Mond, Anziehungskraft zwischen Erde und Sonne

Torque (Newton Metre, Nm)

  • General: Newton Metre (Nm), Metre Kilogram (mkg)
  • Anglo American: Foot-Pound Force, Pfundfuß (ft lbf), Foot-Pound (ft lbf), Foot-Poundal (ft pdl), Inch-Pound Force (in lbf), Pound-Foot Torque (ft lbf), Inch-Ounce (oz in)

Pressure (Pascal, Pa)

  • Metric: Pascal (Pa), Hectopascal (hPa), Kilopascal (kPa), Bar (bar), Pièze, Pieze (MTS) (pz), Barye (CGS) (Ba)
  • Anglo American: Kilogramm Force per Square Millimetre (kgf/mm²), Kilogramm Force per Square Centimetre (kgf/cm²), Kilogramm Force per Square Metre (kgf/m²), Kip per Square Inch (ksi), Pound per Square Foot (psf), Pound per Square Inch (psi), Pound-Force per Square Foot (psf), Pound-Force per Square Inch (psi), Poundal per Square Foot (pdl/sq ft), Short Ton per Square Foot (sh tn/sq ft)
  • Atmosphere: Atmosphere (Standard) (atm), Physikalische Atmosphäre (atm), Atmosphere (Technical) (at), Technische Atmosphäre (at)
  • Water: Millimetre of Water (mmH2O), Centimetre of Water (4°C) (cmH20), Metre of Water (mH20), Foot of Water (39,2 °F) (ftH2O), Inch of Water (39,2 °F) (inH2O)
  • Mercury: Micron, Micrometre of Mercury (μmHg), Millimetre of Mercury (mmHg), Centimetre of Mercury (cmHg), Metre of Mercury (mHg), Foot of Mercury (ftHg), Inch of Mercury (inHg), Centimetre of Mercury (cmHg), Torr (torr)
  • Physics: Planck Pressure, Stoney Pressure, Atomic Unit of Pressure (Hartree), Planck Druck, Stoney Druck, Atomare Einheit des Drucks (Hartree)
  • Comparisons: Interstellar Space Pressure, Lowest obtainable Pressure in Laboratory, Atmosphere of Moon at Lunar Day, Atmosphere of Moon at Lunar Night, Pressure inside a Vacuum Tube, Threshold of Human Hearing, Outer Space Pressure near Earth, Threshold of Pain, Standard Atmospheric Pressure for Earth Sea Level, Air Pressure in Champagne Bottle, Pressure used in Boilers of Steam Locomotives, Pressure from a Punch by Ivan Drago in Rocky IV, Pressure at Bottom of Mariana Trench, Pressure for Synthesis of Diamond, Pressure inside Core of the Earth, Pressure inside Nuclear Bomb Detonation, Pressure inside Core of the Sun

Frequency (Hertz, Hz)

  • General: Hertz (Hz), Revolutions per Minute (rpm), Beats per Minute (bpm), Measures per Minute (MPM), Counts per Second (cps), Fresnel (fresnel), Radian per Second (rad/s), Radiant pro Sekunde (rad/s), Degrees per Second (°/s), Grad pro Sekunde (°/s)
  • Times: Secondly, Minutely, Hourly, Daily, Earth's Rotation Frequency, Weekly, Monthly, Moon's Orbital Frequency, Yearly, Earth's Orbital Frequency, Once per Decade, Once per Generation, Once per Century, Once per Millennium
  • Physics: Planck Frequenz, Inverse der Planck Zeit (Hz)
  • Comparisons: Day Night Change, Resting Pulse Rate of a trained endurance Athlete, 60 bpm, common Tempos in Music, Resting Pulse Rate of a healthy Adult, Resting Pulse Rate of a Newborn Baby, 120 bpm, common Tempos in Music, Cyclic Rate of a typical Automobile Engine at Idle, Lower Limit of Human Hearing, Frames per Minute at the Projection of Cine Films, Three-Phase Power System in Europe, Refresh Rate of the TV Norms PAL and SECAM, Cyclic Rate of a typical Automobile Engine at Redline , Musical Note Middle C, Concert Pitch a' used for tuning Musical Instruments, Frequency know as The Mosquito, only audible to those under the age of 24, Upper Limit of Human Hearing, Frequency of nearly all Oscillating Crystals, Sampling Rate for Audio CDs, Clock Speed of the first Microprocessor (Intel 4004), Europe Frequency for Detectors for Slowslide Victims, Clock Speed C64 CPU, Highest Clock Speed of Pentium-CPU (P5, 1993), Micro Waves in Microwave Oven, Fastest Transistor (Decembre 2006), Long Wave Infrared, Kohlendioxidlaser, Begin of Spectrum of visible Light, Red Light (Wave Length 700 nm), Green Light (Wave Length 530 nm), End of Spectrum of visible Light, X-Rays, Gamma Rays

Electromotive Force (Volt, V)

  • General: Volt (V), Abvolt (CGS) (abV), Statvolt (CGS) (statV), Daniell, Bunsen
  • Physics: Planck Voltage, Planck Spannung, Stoney Voltage, Stoney Spannung
  • Comparisons: Voltage which is measured at an EEG, Zeta-Potential of Particles, Nerve Cell Resting Potential, NiCd or NiMH Mono Cell, Voltage produced by an Alkaline AA Battery, Lithium Cell (Coin Cell), Block Battery 6F22, Starter Battery from the Car, Voltage produced by domestic Wall Socket Power, Starter Battery from the Truck, Halogen Lamp, Power Network Japan, Power Network USA, Power Network Russis, Power Network Europe, Power Network UK, Power Network Tram and Metro, Power Network London Underground Railway Tracks, Voltage used to execute Criminals (Electric Chair, Nebraska), Mean Voltage Mains Power Supplay, Operating Voltage Railway, European High Speed Train Overhead Power Lines, Accelerating Voltage for a typical Television Cathode Ray Tube, Powerline Ekibastuz-Kokshetau, Voltage required by the Ultrahigh Voltage Electron Microscope at Osaka University, Ligthining between the Earth and Clouds, Largest man-made Voltage (Van de Graaff Generator), Potential Difference between the Ends of a typical Lightning Bolt, Lightning on Saturn, leading to the formation of spokes in the rings of Saturn, Voltage around a highly magnetized rotating Neutron Star

Electric Current (Ampere, A)

  • General: Ampere (A), Gilbert (Gb), Amperewindung (Aw), Ampere Turn (MKS) (At), Watt per Volt (W/V), Coulomb per Second (C/s), Abampere (CGS) (abamp), Statampere (CGS) (statamp), Biot (CGS) (Bi), Jacobische Knallgaseinheit (Oxyhydrogen Gas Unit)
  • Physics: Planck Current, Planck Stromstärke, Stoney Current, Stoney Stromstärke, Electromagnetic Unit, Esu per Second (esu/s)

Electric Charge (Coloumb, C)

  • General: Coulomb (C), Ampere Second (As), Ampere Hour (Ah), Abcoulomb (CGS) (abC), Statcoulomb (CGS) (statC), Franklin (Fr)
  • Physics: Planck Charge, Stoney Charge, Natural Charge, Schrödinger Charge, Atomic Unit of Charge (Hartree) (au), Natural Particle Physics Charge, Elementary Charge e (e), Faraday Constant, Electromagnetic Unit (emu), Electrostatic Unit (esu)
  • Comparisons: Charge of Down, Strange and Bottom Quarks, Negative Charge on a Single Electron (Elementary Charge e), Positive Charge on a Single Proton (Elementary Charge e), Charge of Up, Charm and Top Quarks, Positive Charge on a Uranium Nucleus, Charge on a typical Dust Particle, Charge in typical Microwave Frequency Capacitors, Charge in typical Radio Frequency Capacitors, Charge in typical Audio Frequency Capacitors, Charge in typical Power Supply Capacitors, Charge in typical Thundercloud, Charge on one Mole of Electrons (Faraday Constant), Charge in Car Battery, Charge needed to produce 1 kg of Aluminum

Electrical Resistance (Ohm, Ω)

  • General: Ohm (Ω), Abohm (abΩ), Statohm (statΩ), Siemens (S), Siemens (℧), Mho
  • Physics: Planck Impedance, Planck Widerstand, Stoney Impedance, Stoney Widerstand, Natural Electromagnetic Impedance Quantum

Luminous Intensity (Candela, cd)

  • General: Candela (cd), Candlepower (New) (cp), Candlepower (Old, before 1948) (cp), Kerzenstärke, Neue Kerze (NK), Hefnerkerze, Hefnereinheit (HK), Hefner Lamp (HL), Internationale Kerze, International Candle, DVGW Kerzen, Berliner Lichteinheiten
  • Comparisons: Clock Face of a Clock with fluorescent Color in the Dark, Glowworm, Light Emitting Diode, Candle Flame, Light Bulb, 60 W, Light Bulb, 100 W, Fluorescent Tube, 40 W, Mercury Arc Lamp, 125 W, Electric Arc, 250 W, Distress Signal Medium Red Hand Torch, High Beam at Highest Speed Trains, High Beam at Automobiles in the Road Traffic, Xenon-Ultra High Lamp, 100 kW, Navigational Light for Seafaring, Navigational Light for Aviation, Light House Campen, Moon's Back Reflexion, Sun, Supernova S Andromedae, Milky Way, Brightest Hypernova observed so far GRB 080319B

Luminance (Candela per Square Metre, cd/m²)

  • General: Candela per Square Metre (cd/m²), Candela per Square Centimetre (cd/cm²), Troland (Dark, 41,6mm²) (Td), Troland (Bright, 3,14mm²) (Td), Nit, Candela per Square Foot (cd/ft²), Candela per Square Inch (cd/in²), Candela pro Quadratfuß (cd/ft²), Candela pro Quadratzoll (cd/in²), Footlambert (fL), Lambert (L), Stilb (CGS) (sb), Blondel, Apostilb (asb), Stilb (sb), Skot (sk)
  • Comparisons: Midday Sun, Setting Sun, Light Bulb, Tubular Fluorescent Lamp, TFT Monitor White, TFT Monitor Black, Night Sky Full Moon, Night Sky Starry, Night Sky Cloudy

Illuminance (Lux, lx)

  • General: Lux (lx), Nox (nx), Phot (CGS) (ph), Lumen per Square Inch (lm/in²), Lumen per Square Foot (lm/ft²), Lumen pro Quadratzoll (lm/in²), Lumen pro Quadratfuß (lm/ft²), Footcandle (fc)
  • Comparisons: Clear Sky Summer, Overcast Sky Summer, Surgical Lighting, Office, Station Platform, Street Lightning, Emergency Lightning, Moonlight

Radiation Activity (Becquerel, Bq)

  • General: Becquerel (Bq), Curie (Ci), Rutherford (rd), Stat (St), Mache Einheit (ME), Mache Unit (ME), Counts per Minute (cpm), Counts per Second (cps), Eman

Radiation Exposure (Röntgen, R)

  • General: Röntgen (R), Parker, Röntgen Equivalent Man (rem), Röntgen Equivalent Physical, Sievert (Sv), Coulomb per Kilogram (C/kg), Microcoulomb per Kilogram (µC/kg), Millicoulomb per Kilogram (mC/kg)

Radiation Absorbed Dose (Gray, Gy)

  • General: Gray (Gy), Rad (rd), Röntgen Equivalent Physical (rep), Erg per Gram, Joule per Kilogram (J/kg), Milicoloumb per Kilogram (mC/kg)

Radiation Equivalent Dose (Sievert, Sv)

  • General: Sievert (Sv), Röntgen Equivalent Man (rem), Joule per Kilogram (J/kg)

Plane Angle (Radian, rad)

  • General: Radian (rad)
  • English: Angular Mil (µ), Arcminute ('), Arcsecond ("), Centesimal Minute of Arc ('), Centesimal Second of Arc ("), Turn, Degree (of Arc) (°), Grad, Gradian, Gon (grad), Octant, Quadrant, Sextant, Sign, Nautical Sight, Mil, Artillery Sight (mil)
  • German: Strich (µ), Bogenminute ('), Bogensekunde ("), Zentesimale Bogenminute ('), Zentesimale Bogensekunde ("), Vollwinkel, Grad (im Bogenmaß) (°), Oktant, Quadrant, Sextant, Duodecant, Nautischer Strich, Mil, Artillerische Strich (mil), Gon (grad), Neugrad (g), Milligon (mgon), Zentigon (cgon), Neusekunde (c), Neuminute (cc)
  • Radian: Sinus, Cosinus, Tangens, Arkussinus, Arkuscosinus, Arkustangens
  • Degree: Sinus (°), Cosinus (°), Tangens (°), Arkussinus (°), Arkuscosinus (°), Arkustangens (°)
  • Tibet: Dbugs, Chu Srang, Chu Tshod, Rgyu Skar, Khyim
  • Others: Furman

Amount of Substance (Mol)

  • General: Mole (mol), Mol (mol), Standard Cubic Foot (scf)