In Burma, ? – 20ᵗʰ century, two units of capacity. Also romanized as seik. The word also means a fourth.
United Nations 1955.
C. A. Silberrad.
The Weights and Measures of India.
Nature, vol.110, no. 2757, September 2, 1922.
...a seit, a measure of capacity equal to the quarter of a tin () or two tsaroots...
Robert C. Stevenson.
Judson's Burmese-English Dictionary. Revised and Enlarged.
Rangoon: Printed by the Superintendent, Government Printing, 1893.
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