## Furlong

What does furlong refers to?

A furlong is a measure of distance in imperial units and U.S. customary units equal to one eighth of a mile. Each furrow ran the length of a 40 × 4-rod acre, or 660 modern feet,220 yards, 40 rods, or 10 chains.

It is an old English unit of length, based on the length of an average plowed furrow (hence “furrow-long,” or furlong) in the English open- or common-field system. The furlong was historically viewed as being equivalent to the Roman stade (stadium), which in turn derived from the Greek system.

Here we shows different conversions of furlong:

• 1 furlong = 201 168 millimeters
• 1 furlong = 20 116.8 centimeters
• 1 furlong = 2 011.68 decimeters
• 1 furlong = 201.168 meters
• 1 furlong = 20.1168 dekameters
• 1 furlong = 2.01168 hectometers
• 1 furlong = 0.201168 kilometer
• 1 furlong = 0.000201168 Megameter
• 1 furlong = 2.01168 × 10-7 Gigameter
• 1 furlong = 2.01168 × 10-10 Terameter
• 1 furlong = 2.01168 × 10-13 Petameter
• 1 furlong = 2.01168 × 10-16 Exameter
• 1 furlong = 2.01168 × 10-19 Zettameter
• 1 furlong = 2.01168 × 10-22 Yottameter
• 1 furlong = 0.1086220302 nautical mile
• 1 furlong = 7 920 000 000 microinches
• 1 furlong = 7 920 000 mils
• 1 furlong = 7 920 000 thous
• 1 furlong = 7 920 inches
• 1 furlong = 660 feet
• 1 furlong = 0.125 mile
• 1 furlong = 220 yards
• 1 furlong = 110 fathoms
• 1 furlong = 10 chains