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A cullishigay is an obsolete unit of dry volume used on the Malabar coast of southern India approximately equal to 1.25 imperial bushels (44 litres). It was a third of a mudi or moray, a larger unit of dry volume. After metrification in the mid-20th century, the unit became obsolete.

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"Cullishigay". Sizes, grades, units, scales, calendars, chronologies. Retrieved 2007-01-20.