Rheinfuss


Rheinfuss
   see Rhine foot

Dictionary of units of measurement. 2015.

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  • fuß —    the German foot (see foot). The length of the fuß varied somewhat; the Viennese version was equal to 12.444 inches or 31.608 centimeters, while the Rheinfuss (Rhine foot), used in much of western and northern Germany, was equal to 12.357… …   Dictionary of units of measurement

  • fuss —    the German foot (see foot). The length of the fuß varied somewhat; the Viennese version was equal to 12.444 inches or 31.608 centimeters, while the Rheinfuss (Rhine foot), used in much of western and northern Germany, was equal to 12.357… …   Dictionary of units of measurement

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