See also sâa.

The saa is an old Arabic unit of capacity. Also romanized as saah.


In the Balka district of Jordan, 20th century, a unit of capacity used for cooking oil, = 6 liters.

United Nations 1966.


In Morocco A map showing the location of Morocco., 20th century, a unit of area, = 900 square meters, approximately 1076.4 square yards.

United Nations 1966.


In Algeria, a unit of dry capacity, about 58 liters.



In India, ? – 19th century,

Sáâ, A[rabic]. ( ) A measure of grain about seven or eight pounds.

H. H. Wilson, 1855, page 448.

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