Kilderkin



[kil-der-kin] /ˈkɪl dər kɪn/

noun
1.
a unit of capacity, usually equal to half a barrel or two firkins.
2.
an English unit of capacity, equal to 18 imperial gallons (82 liters).
/ˈkɪldəkɪn/
noun
1.
an obsolete unit of liquid capacity equal to 16 or 18 Imperial gallons or of dry capacity equal to 16 or 18 wine gallons
2.
a cask capable of holding a kilderkin

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