Wey

[state] Wey ({zh|t=衞|s=卫|p=Wèi}, commonly spelled Wey to distinguish it from the other Wei state) was an ancient Chinese state that was founded in the Zhou Dynasty and rose to prominence during the Spring and Autumn Period. Its rulers were of the surname Ji (姬), the same as that of the rulers of Zhou. Its original location was on the...
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Wey

[unit] A wey is a unit of mass used in England since before 900 CE. The value of a wey has varied over time though was originally used to denote 2 hundredweight or 256 pounds. It has also been used as a unit of volume for dry commodities, denoting roughly 40 bushels. The word is derived from the Old English wæge, meaning weight. ...
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Wey

Ancient Measurement Terms: Weight or volume. See: Cart-load. About 19½ hundredweight, dependent upon material. Also, 320 gallons, or 40 bushels, or 30 fotmal.
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Wey

Wey noun Way; road; path. [ Obsolete] Chaucer.
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Wey

Wey transitive verb & i. To weigh. [ Obsolete] Chaucer.
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Wey

Wey noun [ Middle English weye , Anglo-Saxon w...ge weight. ............. See Weight .] A certain measure of weight. [ Eng.] 'A weye of Essex cheese.' Piers Plowman. » A wey is 6... tods, or 182 pounds, of wool; a load, or five quarters, of wheat, 40 bu...
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Wey

• (n.) Way; road; path. • (v. t. & i.) To weigh. • (n.) A certain measure of weight.
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wey

a historic English unit. The word comes from the old English wæge, meaning weight, and originally the wey was a weight unit representing about two hundredweight. Later it came to be used as a volume unit for a variety of dry commodities. Its size varied. Roughly speaking, the wey represented about 40 bushels, 2 cubic yards, or 1.5 cubic meter...
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wey

old measure for dry goods usually equal to 40 bushels
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