Convert Maund (Indian Units (Akbar System)) to Kilopound, Kip (mass) (Avoirdupois (U.S. / British))

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Indian units (Akbar system)
kilopound, kip (mass)
Avoirdupois (U.S. / British)

This page features online conversion from maund to kilopound, kip (mass). These units belong to different measurement systems. The first one is from Indian Units (Akbar System). The second one is from Avoirdupois (U.S. / British).

If you need to convert maund to another compatible unit, please pick the one you need on the page below. You can also switch to the converter for kilopound, kip (mass) to maund.

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maund to kilotonne
maund to tonne
maund to kilonewton (on Earth surface) (kN)
maund to metric centner
maund to metric quintal
maund to kilogram (kg)
maund to newton (on Earth surface) (N)
maund to carat (ct)
maund to gram (g)
maund to centigram
maund to milligram (mg)
maund to microgram (mcg)
maund to atomic mass unit (amu)
Units: kilotonne  / tonne  / kilonewton (on Earth surface) (kN)  / metric centner  / metric quintal  / kilogram (kg)  / newton (on Earth surface) (N)  / carat (ct)  / gram (g)  / centigram  / milligram (mg)  / microgram (mcg)  / atomic mass unit (amu)
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Avoirdupois (U.S. / British)

maund to long ton (UK)
maund to short ton (US)
maund to kilopound, kip (mass)
maund to long hundredweight (UK)
maund to British centner
maund to short hundredweight (US)
maund to stone (st)
maund to stone, pounds, and ounces (X st Y lbs Z oz)
maund to pound (lb)
maund to ounce (oz)
maund to dram (dr)
maund to grain (gr)
Units: long ton (UK)  / short ton (US)  / kilopound, kip (mass)  / long hundredweight (UK)  / British centner  / short hundredweight (US)  / stone (st)  / stone, pounds, and ounces (X st Y lbs Z oz)  / pound (lb)  / ounce (oz)  / dram (dr)  / grain (gr)
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maund to pound
maund to ounce (ozt)
maund to pennyweight (dwt)
maund to carat
maund to grain
maund to mite
maund to doite
Units: pound  / ounce (ozt)  / pennyweight (dwt)  / carat  / grain  / mite  / doite
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The traditional English apothecaries' system was a subset of Roman weight system except that Roman libra (pound) was slightly lighter. In 1858 apothercaries' system was officially abolished in in the U.K. in favour of the standard Avoirdupois system. However, in the United States the apothecaries' system remained in use until 1971, when it was officially abolished in favor of the metric system.
maund to pound (℔, ″)
maund to ounce (℥)
maund to dram (drachm) (ʒ)
maund to scruple (℈)
maund to grain (gr)
Units: pound (℔, ″)  / ounce (℥)  / dram (drachm) (ʒ)  / scruple (℈)  / grain (gr)
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Natural units

In physics, natural units are physical units of measurement based only on universal physical constants. The origin of their definition comes only from properties of nature and not from any human construct.
maund to Planck mass (M)
Units: Planck mass (M)
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Indian units (Akbar system)

The first uniform system of units was introduced in India by the third imperor Akbar I in 16th century. Before him weights and measures varied from region to region. Unfortunately, the new measures did not replace all the previous ones, they just added another system.

Akbar system of units was based on barley corn (Jau) for both weigth and length. It was widely used in India until adoption of the metric system in 1958. The weight units were slightly altered in 1833 to align with the British system. Here we provide conversion for the units after this change.

maund to candy
maund to maund
maund to dhurra
maund to ralk
maund to sèr
maund to powa
maund to chittak
maund to parah
maund to tank
maund to tolä
maund to māshā
maund to rattī
Units: candy  / maund  / dhurra  / ralk  / sèr  / powa  / chittak  / parah  / tank  / tolä  / māshā  / rattī
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maund to kan, kanme (貫, 貫目)
maund to kin (斤)
maund to hyakume (百目)
maund to monnme (匁)
maund to fun (分)
Units: kan, kanme (貫, 貫目)  / kin (斤)  / hyakume (百目)  / monnme (匁)  / fun (分)
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Chinese units since 1959

maund to dan (市担 / 擔)
maund to jin (市斤)
maund to liang (市两)
maund to qian (市钱)
maund to fen (市分)
maund to li (市厘)
maund to hao (毫)
maund to si (絲)
maund to hu (忽)
Units: dan (市担 / 擔)  / jin (市斤)  / liang (市两)  / qian (市钱)  / fen (市分)  / li (市厘)  / hao (毫)  / si (絲)  / hu (忽)
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Chinese units between 1930 and 1959

maund to dan (擔 / 担)
maund to jin (市斤)
maund to liang (市兩)
maund to qian (市錢)
maund to fen (市分)
maund to li (市釐)
maund to hao (毫)
maund to si (絲)
Units: dan (擔 / 担)  / jin (市斤)  / liang (市兩)  / qian (市錢)  / fen (市分)  / li (市釐)  / hao (毫)  / si (絲)
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Chinese units of 1915 before 1930

maund to jin (斤)
maund to liang (兩)
maund to qian (錢)
maund to fen (分)
maund to li (釐)
maund to hao (毫)
Units: jin (斤)  / liang (兩)  / qian (錢)  / fen (分)  / li (釐)  / hao (毫)
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Thai units

Some of these units are still in use even though metric system was formally established in 1923. Before the metrication the old units were standartied to exact metric values. The baht (current Thai currency) originated as a corresponding measure of silver. The smaller units in this section were corresponding silver coins.
maund to hap (หาบ)
maund to chang (ชั่ง)
maund to tamlueng (ตำลึง)
maund to baht (บาท)
maund to baht in gold trading
maund to mayon/mayong (มายน/มะยง)
maund to salueng (สลึง)
maund to fueang (เฟื้อง)
maund to seek (ซีก)
maund to siao/pai (เสี้ยว/ไพ)
maund to ath (อัฐ)
maund to solos (โสฬส)
maund to bia (เบี้ย)
Units: hap (หาบ)  / chang (ชั่ง)  / tamlueng (ตำลึง)  / baht (บาท)  / baht in gold trading  / mayon/mayong (มายน/มะยง)  / salueng (สลึง)  / fueang (เฟื้อง)  / seek (ซีก)  / siao/pai (เสี้ยว/ไพ)  / ath (อัฐ)  / solos (โสฬส)  / bia (เบี้ย)
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Hong Kong

maund to picul (tam)
maund to catty (kan)
maund to tael (leung)
maund to mace (tsin)
maund to candareen (fan)
maund to tael troy
maund to mace troy
maund to candareen troy
Units: picul (tam)  / catty (kan)  / tael (leung)  / mace (tsin)  / candareen (fan)  / tael troy  / mace troy  / candareen troy

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