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  • Zolotnik — A zolotnik (in Russian: золотник; abbr.: zol.) was a small Russian unit of weight, equal to 0.1505 avoirdupois ounces, or 4.2658 grams (about 65.83 grains). Used from the 10th to 20th centuries, its name is derived from the Russian word zoloto ,… …   Wikipedia

  • Zolotnik — Le zolotnik (en russe : золотник) est une unité de mesure utilisée en Russie pour exprimer le taux de pureté des métaux précieux. Le terme dérive de zoloto, or. Le zolotnik équivaut à un quart de carat, soit 1/96e de gramme. L or pur (24… …   Wikipédia en Français

  • zolotnik — old Russian unit of weight equal to 1/6 of an ounce Units of Measurement …   Phrontistery dictionary

  • zolotnik — zo·lot·nik …   English syllables

  • zolotnik — is. <rus.> Buxar maşınlarında buxarpaylayıcı mexanizm …   Azərbaycan dilinin izahlı lüğəti

  • zolotnik — |zälət|nēk, nik noun ( s) Etymology: Russian, from zoloto gold + nik, n. suffix denoting a thing connected with something specified more at zloty : a Russian unit of weight equal to 4.266 grams or a small fraction of an ounce …   Useful english dictionary

  • Silver standards — refer to the standards of millesimal fineness for the silver alloy used in the manufacture or crafting of silver objects. This list is organized from highest to lowest millesimal fineness, or purity of the silver.* Fine silver has a millesimal… …   Wikipedia

  • Russische Münzen — 5 Rubel Goldmünze von 1899 – Halbimperial Russische Münzen sind Münzen, die in Russland und dessen Provinzen (Gouvernements) geprägt wurden. Sie haben eine reiche Geschichte und zeichnen sich häufig durch Schönheit und ihren Motivreichtum bei den …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • Russian ruble — Infobox Currency currency name in local = российский рубль ru icon [ tt. сум; ba. һум; cv. тенкĕ; os. сом; ud. манет; Mari: теҥге sa. солкуобай] image 1 = Banknote 5000 rubles (1997) front.jpg image title 1 = 5000 rubles image 2 = Rouble.jpg… …   Wikipedia

  • Obsolete Russian units of measurement — For the Indian spinning wheel known as a charkha, see spinning wheel. A native system of weights and measures was used in Imperial Russia and after the Russian Revolution, but it was abandoned in 1924 when the Soviet Union adopted the metric… …   Wikipedia

  • -nik — The English suffix nik is of Slavic origin. It approximately corresponds to the suffix er and nearly always denotes an agent noun (that is, it describes a person related to the thing, state, habit, or action described by the word to which the… …   Wikipedia

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