A choinix is a Biblical unit of measure equal to 1 quart or 1.1 liters.
According to Greek literature, a choinix was used in reference to a man’s daily allowance of corn.
Choinix appears only once in the Bible, in Revelation 6:6.
A beka is a biblical unit of measurement equal to .2 ounces or 5.7 grams.
The bekah is equal to 1/2 shekel.
A bekah is the census tax that is collected from the 603,550 Israelite men who crossed into the Promised land in Exodus 38:25-26.
Related Definition: Shekel
A bath is a Biblical unit of measure equal to 5.5 gallons or 20.8 liters.
While a bath is a liquid measurement Ezekiel 45:11 sets it equivalent to the dry measurement of an ephah.
According to 1 Kings 23-26, the “molten sea” in Solomon’s temple held 2,000 baths.
Related Definition: ephah