Convert between Millimeter and other Length units.

## Millimeter

What is meter?

In 1793, The distance from the equator to the North Pole was measured and divided by 10 million. The result of the previous process was called as a meter.

Nowadays, meter or metre is the base unit of length in the International System of Units (SI).

Meter or metre is a metric measurement slightly longer than a yard. It is the base unit of length in the International System of Units (SI). Distance measures length. For example, the distance of a road is how long the road is.

Meter is used as a measure of distance across the globe. Distance expresses the length. For example, the distance of a road is how long the road is.

However most of countries use meter to measure length, US is the primary exception which is using imperial system.

What is millimeter?

Millimeter is a tiny unit of measurement of length in the metric system. A thousand millimeters form 1 meter.

If you want to understand millimeter more, look at a ruler that includes centimeters. Millimeters are expressed as the smallest units marked on the ruler.

Millimeter to Meter | Millimeter to Foot | Millimeter to Centimeter | Millimeter to Inch | Millimeter to Kilometer | Millimeter to Mile | Millimeter to Yard | Millimeter to Micrometer |
Atomic unit of length
Aln
Angstrom
Arpent
Astronomical unit
Attometer
Barleycorn
Caliber
Centiinch
Centimeter
Chain
Chain (US survey)
Cubit (Greek)
Cubit (UK)
Decimeter
Dekameter
Earth's distance from sun
Ell
Exameter
Famn
Fathom
Fathom (US survey)
Femtometer
Fermi
Finger (cloth)
Foot
Foot (US survey)
Furlong
Furlong (US survey)
Gigameter
Hand
Hectometer
Inch
Inch (US survey)
Ken
Kilometer
Kiloparsec
Kiloyard
League
League (statute)
Light year
Long cubit
Long reed
Megameter
Megaparsec
Meter
Microinch
Micrometer
Micron
Mil
Mile
Mile (Roman)
Mile (statute)
Mile (US survey)
Nail (cloth)
Nanometer
Nautical league (int.)
Nautical league (UK)
Nautical mile (international)
Nautical mile (UK)
Parsec
Perch
Petameter
Pica
Picometer
Planck length
Point
Pole
Reed
Rod
Rod (US survey)
Roman actus
Rope
Russian archin
Span (cloth)