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A Rai is a unit of area in Thailand, equal to 1,600 square metres, and is used in measuring land area. The word also means "plantation".
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Thai units of measurement
Thailand adopted the metric system on 17 December 1923. However, old Thai units are still in common use, especially for measurements of land. Imperial measure (feet, inches etc.) are occasionally used with building materials such as wood and plumbing sizes.
Rai ไร่, Ngan งาน, Tarangwa (wa²) ตารางวา
Yot โยชน์, Sen เส้น, Wa วา, Sok ศอก, Khuep คืบ, Nio นิ้ว, Krabiat กระเบียด
Hap หาบ, Chang ชั่ง, Tamlueng ตำลึง, Baht บาท, Salueng สลึง
Kwian เกวียน, Thang ถัง, Thanan ทะนาน, Fai mue ฟายมือ, Kam mue กำมือ , Yip mue หยิบมือ
International system of units
British Imperial units
The system of imperial units or the imperial system is the system of units first defined in the British Weights and Measures Act of 1824. The system came into official use across the British Empire and are still used in the United Kingdom, Canada and other countries from the British Empire.
Le Système International d'Unités is the modern form of the metric system and is the world's most widely used system of measurement, used in both everyday commerce and science.
Are, Decare, Hectare, Square kilometre (km²), Square metre (m²), Square decimetre (dm²), Square centimetre (cm²), Square millimetre (mm²)
Kilometre (km), Metre (m), Decimetre (dm), Centimetre (cm), Millimetre (mm)
Tonne (t), Centner (ct), Kilogram (kg), Gram (g), Carat (ct), Milligram (mg)
Litre (l), Decilitre (dl), Centilitre (cl), Millilitre (ml), Cubic kilometre (km³), Cubic metre (m³), Cubic decimetre (dm³), Cubic centimetre (cm³), Cubic millimetre (mm³)
Acre, Pole²/Perch²/Rod², Rood, Square mile (mi²), Square yard (yd²), Square foot (ft²), Square inch (in²)
Mile (mi), Yard (yd), Foot (ft), Inch (in), League, Furlong, Chain, Pole/Perch/Rod
Stone (st), Pound (lb), Ounce (oz), Drachm (dr), Grain (gr), Long ton (Imperial), Short ton (U.S.), Long hundredweight (Imperial), Short hundredweight (U.S.)
Gallon (gal) Imperial, Quart (qt) Imperial, Pint (pt) Imperial, Gill (gi) Imperial, Fluid ounce (fl oz) Imperial, Barrel (bbl) U.S. dry, Bushel (bu) U.S. dry, Peck (pk) U.S. dry, Peck (pk) U.S. dry, Quart (qt) U.S. dry, Pint (pt) U.S. dry, Oil barrel (bbl) U.S. liquid, Barrel (bbl) U.S. liquid, Gallon (gal) U.S. liquid, Quart (qt) U.S. liquid, Pint (pt) U.S. liquid
Chinese units of measurement
Japanese units of measurement
Shìzhì ( 市制 ) is the customary and traditional units of measure used in China. In the People's Republic of China, the units were re-standardised during the late 20th century to make them approximate SI (metric) units. Many of the units were formerly based on the number 16 instead of 10. In Hong Kong traditional Chinese units and Imperial units are used alongside the metric system.
Shakkan-hō ( 尺貫法 ) is the traditional Japanese system of measurement. From 1924, the Shakkan-hō system was replaced by the metric system. However, in several instances the old system is still used. In carpentry and agriculture use of the old-fashioned terms is common. Tools such as Japanese chisels, spatels, saws, hammers are manufactured in sizes of sun and bu. Land is sold on the basis of price in tsubo.
Qǐng 頃 or 顷, Mǔ 畝 or 亩, Fēn 市分, Lí 釐 or 厘, Háo 毫, Fāng zhang 方丈 (zhang²), Fāng chǐ 方尺 (chi²), Fāng cùn 方寸 (cun²), Háo 毫, Si 丝, Hu 忽
Lǐ 市里, Yǐn 引, Zhàng 市丈, Chǐ 市尺, Cùn 市寸, Fēn 市分, Lí 釐 or 厘, Háo 毫, Sī 絲, Hu 忽
Dàn 市担 / 擔, Jīn 市斤, Liǎng 市两, Qián 市钱, Fēn 市分, Lí 市厘,
Dàn 市石, Dǒu 市斗, Shēng 市升, Gě 合, Sháo 勺, Cuō 撮
Chō 町, 町歩, Tan 段, 反, Se 畝, Tsubo 坪 Bu 歩, Jō 畳, Gō 合, Shaku 勺
Ri 里, Chō 町, Jō 丈, Hiro 尋 Ken 間, Shaku 尺, Sun 寸, Bu 分, Rin 厘, Mō 毛, 毫
Kan, Kanme 貫, 貫目, Kin 斤, Hyakume 百目, Momme 匁, Fun 分
Koku 石, To 斗, Shō 升, Gō 合, Shaku 勺, Sai 才
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