- A unit of liquid capacity equal to two pints; one-fourth (quarter) of a gallon. Equivalent to 1.136 liters in the UK and 0.946 liter (liquid quart) or 1.101 liters (dry quart) in the U.S.
- Any one of four equal parts into which something has been divided.
- (United States and Canada) A coin worth 25 cents.
- A period of three consecutive months.
- A section or area (of a town, etc.).
- An old English measure of corn, containing 8 bushels.
- 1882, James Edwin Thorold Rogers, A History of Agriculture and Prices in England, volume 4, p. 204.
- : One of these is 1 Hen. V, cap. 10, defining the of corn to be eight struck bushels, and putting fines on purveyors who take more.
- Mercy or pity shown to a defeated opponent
- "Sir, they have asked for ." "Have they? Well, we will give no ."
- An old English measure of cloth, nine inches or four nails
- (archaic) A measure of weight originally equal to a hundred pounds; later, a hundredweight.
- One hundred kilograms.