In Malaysia, ? – 20th century, a unit of length, = 2 depas = 4 yards (about 3.658 meters). Apparently this unit is no longer in use.
United Nations, 1955. Not in the 1966 edition.
jěmba. … II. A measure of length; the equivalent of twelve feet; a “jumba” in old land titles.
R[ichard] J[ames] Wilkinson.
A Malay-English Dictionary. Part I. (ALIF to ZA)
Singapore: Kelly & Walsh, Ltd., 1901.
In Malaysia, ? – present, a unit of area, (the square jemba) = 4 square depas = 144 square feet, approximately 13.378 square meters. Symbol, j.
100 jemba = 1 penjuru. The jemba is usually used in combination with the relong (about 2870 square meters, 0.71 acres).
Some sources say that 1 relong = 484 jemba, however, that does not agree with the Malaysian government's report to the UN.
United Nations, 1966.
Sorry. No information on contributors is available for this page.
Copyright © 2000-2017 Sizes, Inc. All rights reserved.
Last revised: 24 July 2017.