Seah
Seah Se"ah, n. A Jewish dry measure containing one third of an ephah. [1913 Webster]

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  • Seah — (Sea), hebräisches Getreidemaß = 1/5 Epha od. 11 römische Modius …   Pierer's Universal-Lexikon

  • Seah —    In land measure, a space of 50 cubits long by 50 broad. In measure of capacity, a seah was a little over one peck. (See Measure.) …   Easton's Bible Dictionary

  • seah —    an ancient Hebrew measure of both liquid and dry volume. The seah was equal to about 13.44 liters (about 3.55 U.S. liquid gallons or 2.96 British Imperial gallons) …   Dictionary of units of measurement

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  • Seah Eu Chin — (1805 1883; also spelt Siah U chin, Seah Uchin, Seah You Chin; in Hanyu Pinyin: Shé Yǒujìn; 佘有进) was an immigrant from South China to Singapore, later becoming a successful merchant and leader in the Chinese community. Early life Seah Eu Chin was …   Wikipedia

  • Seah Eng Hee — (* um 1915) war ein Badmintonspieler aus Singapur. Karriere Seah Eng Hee verzeichnet als seinen größten Erfolg den Sieg im Herreneinzel bei der dritten Auflage der Malaysian Open 1939, wo er überraschend im Endspiel den Titelverteidiger Tan Chong …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • Seah (volume) — Seah is a unit of dry volume of ancient origin used in Halakha (Jewish religious law), which equals one third of an epha, or bath. Since the bath unit has been established to be 22 litre, 1 seah equals 7,33 liter or 7,33dm3 …   Wikipedia

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