### gram

pulse, used as horse fodder

[

*n]* - a metric unit of weight equal to one thousandth of a kilogram

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A unit for measuring mass (g).

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a unit of weight in the metric system. An ounce equals 28 grams. In some meal plans for people with diabetes, the suggested amounts of food are given in grams.

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The CGS unit of mass equal to 10

^{-3}kg.Conversions1000 gram=1 kilogram (kg)1 ounce (UK fluid)=28.34952 g1 ounce (avoirdupois)=28.34952x10

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A metric unit of mass, equal to 1/1000 of a kilogram. Kilograms are the base SI units for mass, not grams.

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The basic unit of mass in the metric system.

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Unit of weight in the metric system; the weight of one cubic centimetre of water at standard conditions. 28.35 grams equal one ounce.

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**Gram** * adjective* [ Anglo-Saxon gram; akin to E. grim. √35.] Angry. [ Obsolete]

* Havelok, the Dane.* Found on http://www.encyclo.co.uk/webster/G/49

**Gram** * noun* [ Portuguese

* gr?o* grain. See

__ Grain.__ ]

* (Botany)* The East Indian name of the chick- pea (

* Cicer arietinum* ) and its seeds; also, other similar seeds there used for food.

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A gram is the unit of measurement used to measure mass in the metric system. It is equal to the mass of one millilitre (one thousandth of a litre) of water at the temperature where water has the highest density (4 degrees C). ... (09 Oct 1997) ...

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(g) (gram) a unit of mass in the SI system; one thousandth of a kilogram. See also si units.

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• (a.) Angry. • (n.) The East Indian name of the chick-pea (Cicer arietinum) and its seeds; also, other similar seeds there used for food. • (n.) Alt. of Gramme

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unit of mass or weight that is used especially in the centimetre-gram-second system of measurement (see the International System of Units). One gram ... [2 related articles]

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*(g)* Type: Term Pronunciation: gram Definitions: 1. A unit of weight in the metric or centesimal system, the equivalent of 15.432358 gr or 0.03527 avoirdupois ounce.

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gram, abbr. g, unit of mass equal to 0.001 kilogram, the basic unit of mass in the metric system. The gram is the unit of mass in the cgs system. It is approximately equal to 0.035 avoirdupois ounce, or 0.0022 pound; a 1-pound mass equals about 453.6 grams.

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Gram is the metric unit of mass; one-thousandth of a kilogram.

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a unit of weight in the metric system equal to 15.432 grains, 0.643 pennyweight, or 0.3215 troy ounce. There are 31. 003 grams in a troy ounce.

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The basic unit of weight of the metric system. (31.1035 grams = one troy ounce.)

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Metric unit of mass; one-thousandth of a kilogram

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The basic unit of weight of the metric system A metric unit of mass and weight. A gram equals approximately 1/32 Troy oz. and is used in Troy weight as a measure of gold. (31.1035 grams = one troy ounce.)

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A unit of weight in the metric system. One gram is equal to one thousandth of a kilogram and is approximately 30-times less than an ounce.

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The gram (alternative British English spelling: gramme; SI unit symbol: g) (Greek/Latin root grámma) is a metric system unit of mass. Originally defined as `the absolute weight of a volume of pure water equal to the cube of the hundredth part of a metre, and at the temperature of melting ice` (later 4 °C), a gram is now defined as one one-thou.....

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*[mythology]* In Norse mythology, Gram, (Old Norse Gramr, meaning Wrath) is the name of the sword that Sigurd used to kill the dragon Fafnir. Gram was forged by Volund and originally belonged to Sigurd`s father, Sigmund, who received it in the hall of the Völsung after pulling it out of the tree Barnstokkr into which Odin had stuck it where ...

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Weight measurement used to measure less valuable gems or rough stones. It corresponds to the measurement of the metric gram.

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