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To my surprise, comparing the mismatched cups and spoons in our house, I have discovered that they are perfectly consistent in size--all my mugs hold exactly the same amount of liquid, all my spoons hold the same amount.
With some detective work, I've figured out American equivalents for each measurement.
A "glass" is a full mug, or 1 American cup.
"Fincan" is the tiny little cup that you use for strong Turkish coffee. We don't drink coffee, so we don't have any fincans in our house, but when I use a 1/4 cup measure to replace "fincans," the recipes seem to turn fine.
A "soupspoon" is equivalent to an American "tablespoon."
A "tablespoon," confusingly, is equivalent to an American "teaspoon."
And a "coffeespoon" (the Turkish influence in Bosnia--coffee is the standard, rather than tea) is equivalent to an American 1/4 tsp. measure.