Spint

In parts of German-speaking Europe and the Netherlands, a unit of dry capacity used for grain. In the Netherlands, 20th century, a unit of capacity, = 5 liters. Some 19th century values, from Doursther:

Locale Comments and Equivalencies Liters
Altona = ¼ Himt 6.59
Boitzenburg = ¼ Himt 6.48
Bremen = ¹⁄₁₆ Sheffel 4.63
Celle (Hanover) = ¼ Himt 7.78
Hamburg = ¼ Himt  chart symbol 6.59
Kiel (Holstein) = ¹⁄₁₆ Sheffel 2.47
Lüneburg = ¼ Himt 7.78
Rendsburg (Holstein) = ½ Sheffel 21.26
Rostock = ¹⁄₁₆ Sheffel, for grain 2.43
= ¹⁄₂₆ Sheffel, for oats 2.74
Soest (Prussia) = ¼ Sheffel = 4 Becher 7.36
Wismar = ¹⁄₁₆ Sheffel, for wheat, rye, etc. 2.43
= ¹⁄₁₆ Sheffel, for oats 2.74
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