- a unit of mass sometimes used in the physics and chemistry of gases. The crith is equal to the mass of a liter of hydrogen at standard temperature (0.01°C) and pressure (1 atmosphere); this is about 89.885 milligrams. The name comes from an ancient Greek word for a barleycorn.
Dictionary of units of measurement. 2015.
Look at other dictionaries:
Crith — (kr[i^]th), n. [Gr. kriqh a barleycorn, a small weight.] (Chem.) The unit for estimating the weight of a[eum]riform substances; the weight of a liter of hydrogen at 0[deg] centigrade, and with a tension of 76 centimeters of mercury. It is 0.0896… … The Collaborative International Dictionary of English
crith — crith; crith·mene; … English syllables
crith — noun /krɪθ/ the weight of 1 litre of hydrogen at standard temperature and pressure. Equal to approximately 0.09 grams … Wiktionary
crith — (krith) [Gr. krithē barleycorn, the smallest weight] the unit of weight for gases, being the weight of a liter of hydrogen gas at 0°C and pressure equivalent to that of a column of mercury 760 mm high … Medical dictionary
crith — n. (physics and chemistry) unit of weight of gases equal to a liter of hydrogen at 0 degrees Centigrade and with a pressure equal to that of 760 mm of mercury … English contemporary dictionary
crith — a (G). Barley … Dictionary of word roots and combining forms
crith — noun the weight of a liter of hydrogen (at 0 centigrade and 760 millimeters pressure) • Hypernyms: ↑weight unit, ↑weight … Useful english dictionary
Críth Gablach — [kʴrʴiːθ gavlax] („Der gegabelte/verzweigte Kauf“) ist der Name einer Sammlung von Rechtstexten in altirischer Sprache, die Anfang des 8. Jahrhunderts verfasst wurde. In einer Frage Antwort Form behandelt sie die einzelnen sozialen… … Deutsch Wikipedia
crithmene — crith·mene … English syllables
Early Irish law — Redwood Castle Co. Tipperary, although built by the Normans, was later occupied by the MacEgan juristic family and served as a school of Irish law under them Early Irish law refers to the statutes that governed everyday life and politics in Early … Wikipedia