A gill is an old English liquid measure, rarely used nowadays, that is usually equivalent to 5 fluid ounces . However, in some parts of the north of England, a gill is interpreted as 10 fluid ounces .

In the United States, a gill is taken to be one-quarter of the American pint – that is, 4 fluid ounces .

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