Definition of rottol in English:

rottol

noun

  • In some Middle Eastern and North African countries: a unit of weight used chiefly for dry goods, varying locally and generally equivalent to between one and five pounds (approx. 0.45 and 2.3 kg).

Origin

Late 16th century. From Arabic riṭl, raṭl, ruṭl from Hellenistic Greek λίτρα, with metathesis.

Pronunciation

rottol

/ˈrɒtɒl/