Inches vs Shaftment - What's the difference?
As nouns the difference between inches and shaftment
is that inches
is while shaftment
is a span; a measure of about six inches.
As a verb inches
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A span; a measure of about six inches.
A unit of length, 6 - 6½ inches or 2 palms, i.e. 15.24 cm, the width of the fist and outstretched thumb of a standard archer.
- The shaftment is the width of the palm and the outstretched thumb.
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