Definition of statera in English:

statera

noun

historical
  • A scale or balance consisting of a lever with arms of unequal length, which moves on a fulcrum.

Origin

Mid 16th century; earliest use found in Leonard Digges (c1515–?c1559), mathematician. From classical Latin statēra kind of balance, steelyard, in early use partly via Italian stadera, † statera.

Pronunciation

statera

/staˈtɛːrə/