Käännettävä sana (suomeksi tai englanniksi):
- (lb, en, historical) Various medieval and early modern coins or units of account, ''particularly:''
- A Roman ~23carat, k gold coin introduced by Diocletian in AD 301.
- Its successor Byzantine gold coin, coins, from the eleventh century onward of progressively debased weight and purity.
- (lb, en, obsolete) (synonym of, sol, lang=en, nodot=1) or sou: a Carolingian unit of account equivalent to a (l, en, solidus, id=French weight) of silver.
- (lb, en, obsolete) (synonym of, soldo, lang=en, nodot=1): the silver coins of various Italian states.
- (lb, en, obsolete) (synonym of, shilling, lang=en, nodot=1): an English unit of account and, following the Tudor dynasty, silver coin.
- (lb, en, historical) The weight of the Roman gold coin, 1/60 of a Roman pound under Diocletian or 1/72 lb. (about 4.5 grams) after Constantine.
- (senseid, en, French weight) (lb, en, historical) A medieval French weight, 1/20 of the Carolingian pound.
- (lb, en, typography) (synonym of, slash, lang=en, nodot=1) ⟨'''/'''⟩, originally (lb, en, UK) in its use as the shilling mark and now its formal designation by the ISO and Unicode.
- (lb, en, typography) The formal name of the oblique strikethrough overlay (as in A̷ and B̸) in Unicode.
- (lb, en, typography) The division line between the numerator and the denominator of a fraction, whether horizontal or oblique.
- (lb, en, chemistry, physics) The line in a phase diagram marking the temperatures and pressures below which a given substance is a stable solid.