# 30+ Measurement and Money Related Words

In our daily lives, two critical aspects often govern our choices and decisions: measurement and money. Measurement provides precision, allowing us to quantify, compare, and evaluate the physical world around us. Money, on the other hand, is the lifeblood of our economy, enabling transactions, trade, and financial stability.

In this article, we will explore a range of words related to measurement and money, unveiling the language that helps us navigate the intricacies of our world, from dimensions to dollars.

Centigrade, Centimeter, Cup, Fahrenheit, Foot, Four quarts, Inch, Kilogram, Measuring cup, Meter , Ounce , Pint, Protractor, Quart, Ruler, Scale , Tape measure, Thermometer, Weather balloon, Windsock, Yard and Yardstick

S.No. Word Meaning
1 Centigrade Centigrade is a measure of temperature that is abbreviated C. Water freezes at 0°C and boils at 100°C.
2 Centimeter A centimeter is a unit of measurement that is equal to one-hundreth of a meter.
3 Cup A cup is a unit of measure of volume equal to eight ounces of water. Two cups are a pint and four cups are a quart.
4 Fahrenheit Fahrenheit is a measure of temperature that is abbreviated F. Water freezes at 32°F and boils at 212°F.
5 Foot A foot is a unit of measurement that is equal to twelve inches.
6 Four quarts Four quarts make one gallon
7 Inch An inch is a unit of measurement that is equal to one-twelfth of a foot. An inch is 2.54 cm.
8 Kilogram A kilogram is a unit of weight or mass that is equal to 1,000 grams or about 2.2 pounds.
9 Measuring cup A measuring cup lets you measure substances by volume (cups or liters); it is useful in baking and cooking.
10 Meter A meter is a unit of length; 100 centimeters are in a meter. A meter is a little more than 3 feet (it is about 39.4 inches).
11 Ounce An ounce is a unit of weight. One cup of water weighs eight ounces.
12 Pint A pint is a unit of measure of volume equal to two cups. Two pints make a quart.
13 Protractor A protractor is a device that measures angles.
14 Quart Four quarts make one gallon.
15 Ruler A ruler is a straight piece of material that is used for measuring distances or drawing straight lines.
16 Scale A scale is a machine for weighing things.
17 Tape measure  A tape measure is used to measure length.
18 Thermometer A thermometer is used for telling what the temperature is.
19 Weather balloon  A weather balloon is a giant balloon that is sent high in the sky to measure weather information, like temperature, wind speed, and air pressure.
20 Windsock A windsock is a device that shows which way the wind is blowing and the wind’s speed.
21 Yard A yard is equal to three feet or 36 inches.
22 Yardstick A yardstick is three-foot -long stick; it is used for measuring things.

Bill, Cent, Change, Change purse, Check, Checkbook, Coin, Credit card, Dime, Dollar, Earn, Money, Nickel, Penny, Piggy bank, Purse, Quarter, Wallet and Whistle

S.No. Word Meaning
1 Bill A bill is paper money.
2 Cent Cent is another word for penny.
3 Change Your change is the money you get back after paying for something.
4 Change purse  Coins are carried in a change purse.
5 Check A check is a piece of paper that is an order for a bank to pay money from a bank account.
6 Checkbook Checks are kept in a checkbook.
7 Coin A coin is a piece of metal money.
8 Credit card  A credit card is a card that lets you buy things on credit — you pay for the items later.
9 Dime A dime is a US coin worth ten cents.
10 Dollar A dollar is worth 100 cents.
11 Earn You can earn money by working.
12 Money Money is used to buy things.
13 Nickel A nickel is a U.S. coin worth five cents.
14 Penny A penny is a coin worth one cent.
15 Piggy bank  Children put money in piggy banks.
16 Purse A purse is a small bag in which some girls and women carry their money and other things.
17 Quarter A quarter is a coin that is worth 25 cents. Four quarters make one dollar.
18 Wallet People carry money in a wallet.
19 Whistle A whistle makes a loud, shrill sound.