Definition of wey in English:

wey

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Pronunciation: /weɪ
 
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noun

A former unit of weight or volume varying with different kinds of goods, e.g. 3 cwt of cheese.

Origin

Old English wǣg(e), wēg(e) 'balance, weight', of Germanic origin; related to weigh1.

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