zolotnik [Russian. золотник ]

In Russia, 10ᵗʰ – 20ᵗʰ? centuries, a unit of mass, about 4.266 grams (about 65.8306 grains). link to a table showing relationships between Russian units of mass Also romanized as solotnik.

The name comes from “zoloto,” meaning gold. The unit originated as the weight of a gold coin of the same name, which circulated as late as the 10ᵗʰ century in Kievan Rus’.

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