kudava

In India, ? – 19ᵗʰ century,

Kuḍava,or Kuṛava, corruptly, Coodumbon, and Kooddup, S., Mar., &c. () A measure of capacity, the sixth part of a maund, also the fourth of a prastha, or a vessel four inches in diameter and as many deep, containing twelve handfuls : in pharmacy, a weight of 32 tolas.

H. H. Wilson, 1855, page 298.

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