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In Pegu, Burma, the abucco (plural abucci) was a unit of mass used for gold and silver. It was approximately 196.44 grams or 6.316 troy ounces.[1]

Other units of mass were:

  • biza = 4 agiros
  • agiro = 2 abucci
  • abacco = 12½ teccalis

See also[edit]


  1. ^ Kisch, Bruno (1965). Scales and Weights. Original from the University of California: Yale University Press. p. 237.