A stone is a rarely used unit for measuring weight, equivalent to 14 pounds. Any weight in stones can be converted into pounds by multiplying by 14. More »

The stone is a British measurement of weight that is equal to 14 pounds or approximately 6.35 kilograms. Although this unit is no longer common in Great Britain for most measurements, it is still used to express human bo... More »

One stone is equivalent to 14 pounds. The stone is a British unit of dry measurement that is commonly used in Great Britain and Ireland. More »

A stone is a British unit of weight that is equivalent to 14 pounds or 6.35 kilograms. It was traditionally used in many northwestern European countries as a unit of weight for dry goods, but it is now commonly used to e... More »

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The stone is a British measurement of weight that is equal to 14 pounds or approximately 6.35 kilograms. Although this unit is no longer common in Great Britain for most measurements, it is still used to express human bo... More »

The scientific, international standard SI unit for measuring weight is the "Newton." In everyday use, the unit for mass, the pound (lb) or kilogram (kg), is used instead. More »

The average weight for a woman is 164.7 pounds, as of 2014. The average weight for a man is 194.7 pounds. Men have an average height of 69.4 inches and average waist circumference of 39.7 inches. Women's average height i... More »