Definition of almud
: any of various old Portuguese and Spanish units of capacity varying as a dry measure from about 2 to 21 quarts and as a liquid measure from about 5 to 32 quarts
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Origin and Etymology of almud
Spanish almud & Portuguese almude, from Arabic al-mudd, a dry measure
First Known Use: 1781
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