liang

noun li·ang \lēˈäŋ, -ˈaŋ\

Definition of liang

plural

liang

also

liangs

  1. :  an old Chinese unit of weight equal to 116 catty and equivalent to a little more than an ounce avoirdupois —called also tael

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Origin and Etymology of liang

Chinese (Pekingese) liang3


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