
Definition of Myriagram
1. Noun. One ten thousandth of a centner.
Generic synonyms: Metric Weight Unit, Weight Unit
Terms within: Kg, Kilo, Kilogram
Group relationships: Centner
Definition of Myriagram
1. n. A metric weight, consisting of ten thousand grams or ten kilograms. It is equal to 22.046 lbs. avoirdupois.
Definition of Myriagram
1. Noun. (obsolete) A unit of mass of ten thousand grams, or ten kilograms. Adopted as an equivalent of the French avoirdupois XX. ¹
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Literary usage of Myriagram
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1. A Mental Arithmetic: Based on Analysis and Induction by George Washington Hull (1896)
"In a myriagram ? Approximately— 6. How many ounces in 112 grams? 7. How many
pounds in 10 kilograms? 8. How many tons in 10 metric tons? 9. ..."
2. Report of the Annual Meeting (1866)
"... is a fourth quantity not one of which quantities is after all correct. in ares,
is a third quantity ; " For measures of weight, a myriagram, ..."
3. A Compend of human physiology by Albert Philson Brubaker (1893)
"i 100 cubic Decimeters or 1 = j the measure of I Quintal > = ( of water J {10
cubic Decimeters or the measure of i myriagram of water II cubic Decimeter or ..."
4. Mine Gases and Ventilation: Textbook for Students of Mining, Mining by James Thom Beard (1920)
"=1000 grams Myria, 10000 1 myriagram = 10000 grams The same prefixes are used to
express similar divisions and multiples of the units of length and capacity ..."
5. Common School Arithmetic: Combining the Elements of the Science with Their by John Homer French (1876)
"WEIGHT. :j" 1000 litres. 1 centigram. 1 decigram. 1 gram. 1 dekagram. 1 hectogram.
1 kilogram. 1 myriagram. 1 milligram is 1 centigram " 1 decigram " I GRAM ..."
6. The Normal Union Arithmetic: Designed for Common Schools, Normal Schools by Edward Brooks (1878)
"1 kilogram, EG., or K. 1 myriagram, MG. NOTES.—I. The gram Is used in weighing
letters, and miring and compounding medicines, and In weighing all very light ..."