# Stones to Pounds & Ounces Converter

Enter the weight in stones below to get the value converted to pounds.

## Result in Pounds:

1 st = 14 lb

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## How to Convert Stones to Pounds

To convert a measurement in stones to a measurement in pounds, multiply the weight by the following conversion ratio: 14 pounds/stone.

Since one stone is equal to 14 pounds, you can use this simple formula to convert:

pounds = stones × 14

The weight in pounds is equal to the weight in stones multiplied by 14.

For example, here's how to convert 5 stones to pounds using the formula above.
pounds = (5 st × 14) = 70 lb

### How Many Pounds Are in a Stone?

There are 14 pounds in a stone, which is why we use this value in the formula above.

1 st = 14 lb

## What Is a Stone?

One stone is equal to 14 pounds and is mostly used in the United Kingdom and Ireland as a unit of mass. It's most commonly used to measure personal body weight.[1]

The stone is an imperial unit of weight. Stones can be abbreviated as st; for example, 1 stone can be written as 1 st.

## What Is a Pound?

Pounds are a widely used unit of weight in the United States. The National Bureau of Standards approved the international definition of the pound for use in the United States in 1959 after an agreement between six nations referred to as the International Yard and Pound Agreement.[2]

One pound is equal to 16 ounces, or 0.45359237 kilograms. In the avoirdupois or apothecaries' systems, one pound is equal to 7,000 grains.[3]

The pound is a US customary and imperial unit of weight. A pound is sometimes also referred to as a common ounce. Pounds can be abbreviated as lb (plural lbs), and are also sometimes abbreviated as lbm or #. For example, 1 pound can be written as 1 lb, 1 lbm, or 1 #, and 2 pounds can be written as 2 lbs.

## Stone to Pound Conversion Table

Table showing various stone measurements converted to pounds.
Stones Pounds
1 st 14 lb
2 st 28 lb
3 st 42 lb
4 st 56 lb
5 st 70 lb
6 st 84 lb
7 st 98 lb
8 st 112 lb
9 st 126 lb
10 st 140 lb
11 st 154 lb
12 st 168 lb
13 st 182 lb
14 st 196 lb
15 st 210 lb
16 st 224 lb
17 st 238 lb
18 st 252 lb
19 st 266 lb
20 st 280 lb
21 st 294 lb
22 st 308 lb
23 st 322 lb
24 st 336 lb
25 st 350 lb
26 st 364 lb
27 st 378 lb
28 st 392 lb
29 st 406 lb
30 st 420 lb
31 st 434 lb
32 st 448 lb
33 st 462 lb
34 st 476 lb
35 st 490 lb
36 st 504 lb
37 st 518 lb
38 st 532 lb
39 st 546 lb
40 st 560 lb

## References

1. National Institute of Standards and Technology, Handbook 44 - 2012 - Appendix B, https://www.nist.gov/system/files/documents/2017/04/28/AppB-12-hb44-final.pdf
2. National Bureau of Standards, Refinement of Values for the Yard and Pound, U.S. Department of Commerce, July 1, 1959, https://www.nist.gov/system/files/documents/2017/05/09/frn-59-5442-1959.pdf
3. Encyclopædia Britannica, Avoirdupois weight, https://www.britannica.com/science/avoirdupois-weight