Litara

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Litara i ntsengo lowu tata bokisi leri

Litara (mfungo L, l kumbe ) i ndlela leyi amukeriweke yo pima vunyingi lebyi kumekaka eka bokisi leri ngana ma thlelo lama ngana 10 wa ti centi mitara hi ku leha, ku anama na ku enta.

Mapimele yo sungula ya xifurhwa ama tirhisa litara yiri ntsengo wa ku tika, kungari ntalo.[1] Riviti litre ri tekiwe ku suka eka mpimo wa khale wa litron, lowu a wu thyiwe kusuka eka xigriki.[2]

Litara yin'we ya mati yi na ku tika loku ringanaka khilogiramu yin'we, hi kwalaho ka leswi khilogiramu a yi hlamuseriwe ro sungula hi lembe ra 1795 kuri ntikelo wa mati ya gwitsi (0 °C hi ku titimela) lawa ma tataka xibokisana lexingana 10 wa ti sentimitara hi kuleha, ku anama na ku enta. Mpfuxetelo wa tinhlamuselo ta litara na khilogiramu leti landzeleke wu endle leswaku mintsengo leyi yi ngaha ringani.[3]

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  1. Collins English Dictionary
  2. Bureau International des Poids et Mesures, 2006, p. 124. ("Days" and "hours" are examples of other non-SI units that SI accepts.)
  3. "Décret relatif aux poids et aux mesures du 18 germinal an 3 (7 avril 1795)" [Weights and measures decree dated 18 Germinal, Year 3 (7 April 1795)] (in French). Association Métrodiff. 7 April 1795. "Gramme, le poids absolu d'un volume d'eau pure égal au cube de la centième partie du mètre , et à la température de la glace fondante."  English translation: ‘Gramme: the absolute weight of a volume of pure water equal to the cube of the hundredth part of the meter, at the temperature of melting ice.’