crannock

noun
cran·​nock | \ˈkranək\
plural -s

Definition of crannock 

: an old unit of capacity once used in the west of England and in Wales and Ireland and equal to two, four, or more bushels

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History and Etymology for crannock

Medieval Latin crannoca, crannocus, of Celtic origin; akin to Welsh crynog crannock

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