cseber  when the cursor is over this symbol, the word is pronounced [Hungarian]

At Debrecen and Temesvár, in Hungary, 19th century, a unit of capacity. The nagy-cseber (large cseber) was about 83.33 liters. The kis-cseber (half cseber) was 41.66 liters. Also spelled czeber, tseber, tscheber. It was subdivided into 100 icze.

Doursther, page 117.

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