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A dunam or dönüm, donum wis a unit o laund aurie uised in the Ottoman Empire an representin the amoont o laund that can be ploughed in a day; its value varied frae 900–2500 m². In mony umwhile Ottoman regions, it is nou defined as exactly ane decare (1000 m²).
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