A metric ton (= 1000 kilograms). This spelling is often used to distinguish the metric ton from the English and other tons. By the original concept for defining masses in the metric system, a metric ton would be the mass of a cubic meter of water.


In Germany (Schleswig-Holstein), 20th century, a unit of land area, approximately 5,466 square meters.

United Nations, 1966.


In Paraguay, a unit of mass, 918 kilograms.

United Nations, 1966.


In Germany, various units of liquid capacity. Hamburg, 1820: chart symbol

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