imal [French]

(Plural, imaux.) In Nancy, France, 13th – 19th centuries, a unit of capacity for grain = 1/8 réal = 1209 cubic Parisian pouces, about 23.98 liters. Also spelled ymal and imale.

Doursther (1840).

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