- a unit of apothecary weight equal to 480 grains or one twelfth of a pound
- snow leopard: large feline of upland central Asia having long thick whitish fur
- The ounce (abbreviated: oz, the old Italian word onza, now spelled oncia; apothecary symbol: ℥) is a unit of mass with several definitions, the most commonly used of which are equal to approximately 28 grams. ...
- The snow leopard (Uncia uncia) is a moderately large cat native to the mountain ranges of Central Asia. The classification of this species has been subject to change and its exact taxonomic position will not be resolved until further studies are conducted.
- An avoirdupois ounce, weighing 1/16 of an avoirdupois pound, or 28.3495 grams; A troy ounce, weighing 1/12 of a troy pound, or 480 grains, or 31.1035 grams; A US fluid ounce, with a volume of 1/16 of a US pint, 1.804 687 cubic inches or 29. ...
- troy ounces of a fineness of 999.9 parts per 1,000 parts, equal to 31.1034 grams
- A unit of weight. In the precious metals industry, an ounce means a troy ounce equal to 31.1035 grams.
- All ounces in this report are troy ounces.
- A traditional unit of weight. The avoirdupois ounce, the unit commonly used in the United States, is 1/16 pound, or about 28 grams.
- A measure of weight (one-sixteenth pound) and volume (one-eighth cup).
- At the time the Paris ounce was 30.59 grams (Montagne, Zupko).
- With feline bounce, she pounced and trounced that canine ounce of flounce.
- A customary unit used to measure mass; 1 ounce = 1/16 pound; 16 ounces = 1 pound. The abbreviation for ounce is "oz."
- (unit of weight) unco (28,35 gramoj); (unit of volume) see fluid ounce; (snow leopard) uncio, neĝleopardo
- A measure of weight in gold and other precious metals, correctly troy ounces, which weigh 31.2 grams as distinct from an imperial ounce which weigh 28.4 grams.
- Unit of measure for chemicals. For all Thermo Spas chemicals - two tablespoons are the equivalent of one ounce.
- A small unit of measure for weights. 16 ounces made a pound. 4 ounces thus weighed a quarter of a pound and this amount was commonly called "a quarter" and often used as a standard pricing measure for loose sweets sold out of large jars in sweetshops, e.g. ...
- form of measuring weight. The troy ounce that is used for weighing precious metals is different from the regular grocery store ounce.
- self explanitory - 40 ounce bottle of malt liquor.
- A measure of thickness. One ounce =1/64 inch. One square foot of 4 ounce leather(1/16 inch thick) should weigh 4 ounces.
- A volume measurement equivalent to 2 tablespoons or 1/8 cup.
- A fierce animal (likened to a Leopard).
- A unit of weight that is approximately 28 grams or 28.3495231 grams to be exact.
- From the Latin uncia = one twelfth of the whole. The uncia was a twelfth of a Roman pound. The ounce was originally a medieval coin weight: eight ounces = one mark. The English troy weight ounce, current since 1526, equals 31.103 g. ...
- 28.5 grams of weed.Â (GnarGnarBinks)