fjerdingsvei – quarter mile, alt. fjerding, 1/4 mil, i.e. 2.82 km.
mil or landmil – Norwegian mile, spelled miil prior to 1862, 18,000 alen (36,000 feet, 7.018 miles or 11.295 km). Before 1683, a mil was defined as 17600 alen or 11.13 km. Another old land-mile, 11.824 km. The unit survives to this day, but in a metric 10 km adaptation
rast –lit. "rest", the old name of the mil. A suitable distance between rests when walking. Believed to be approx. 9 km before 1541.
Kaffekok, a similar term to rast used in the north by the indigenous Sami people.
steinkast – stone's throw, perhaps 25 favner, used to this day as a very approximate measure of a short distance.
favn – fathom (pl. favner), 3 alen, 1.85 m
kabellengde – cable length, 100 favner, 185,2 m, or 1/10 international nautical mile, 185.2 m
kvartmil – quarter mile, 10 kabellengder, 1852 m. Kvartmil was a quarter of a Sjømil.
sjømil – sea mile, now often (but wrongly) the international nautical mile, 1.852 km, but also used for other nautical miles and the geografisk mil. Sjømil was 3950 fathoms.
geografisk mil – 7421 m or 4.007 nautical miles, defined as 1/15 Equatorial degree or 4 minutes of arc.
mål – 100 kvadrat rode, 984 m². The unit survives to this day, but in a 1000 m² adaptation, synonym for the metric decare (dekar in Norwegian).
kvadrat rode – square stang, 9.84 m²
tønneland – "barrel of land", 4 mål
favn – 1 alen by 1 favn by 1 favn, 2.232 m³, used for measuring firewood to this day.