Handbreadth



[hand-bredth, -bretth] /ˈhændˌbrɛdθ, -ˌbrɛtθ/

noun
1.
a unit of linear measure from 2½ to 4 inches (6.4 to 10 cm).
/ˈhændˌbrɛtθ; -ˌbrɛdθ/
noun
1.
the width of a hand used as an indication of length

a measure of four fingers, equal to about four inches (Ex. 25:25; 37:12; Ps. 39:5, etc.).

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