In southern India, ? – 19th century, a unit of dry capacity,
Mede, Karn. () A. stack of any kind of grain; it also implies a definite quantity = 32 Madras measures.
H. H. Wilson, 1855, page 338.
Taking the Madras measure (or puddee) at 104 cubic inches, the mede is 3328 cubic inches, or 54.5 liters.
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