The almude or cântaro is an obsolete Portuguese unit of measurement of volume used in Portugal, Brazil and other parts of the Portuguese Empire. An almude was equivalent to 6 potes or 12 canadas. The exact value of the almude was different from region to region. In Spain, the unit was called almud and it was much smaller.
- Portugal: 16.7 liters
- Emilio Achilles Monteverde, Manual Encyclopedico para Uzo das Escolas de Instrucção Primaria, Lisbon: Imprensa Nacional, 1861.