medimnus

noun
me·dim·nus | \ məˈdimnəs \
variants: or less commonly medimn \-ˈdim \
plural medimni\-mˌnī \

Definition of medimnus 

: an ancient Greek unit of capacity equal to about 1¹/₂ bushels

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History and Etymology for medimnus

Latin medimnus, from Greek medimnos

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