Ullage vs Ulnage - What's the difference?

ullage | ulnage |


As nouns the difference between ullage and ulnage

is that ullage is in a wine bottle, the empty space between the cork and the top of the wine while ulnage is (legal|obsolete|uk) measurement by the ell.

ullage

English

Noun

  • In a wine bottle, the empty space between the cork and the top of the wine.
  • In a cask or barrel, the empty space, occupied by air, that is created by not completely filling the cask or barrel
  • The topping-up of such a barrel with fresh wine
  • In an industrial setting, the empty space in a tank, such as for fuel
  • ulnage

    English

    Noun

    (-)
  • (legal, obsolete, UK) measurement by the ell
  • Synonyms

    * alnage (Webster 1913)