## EnglishEdit

### EtymologyEdit

*noncuple* (“multiply by nine”) + *-ic* + *-ation*.

### PronunciationEdit

- (Received Pronunciation) enPR: nŏn'kyo͞oplĭkāʹshən, IPA
^{(key)}: /ˌnɒnkjuːplɪˈkeɪʃən/

### NounEdit

**noncuplication**

- (obsolete, rare) Multiplication by nine.
*a.***1690**, Samuel Jeake,*A Compleat Body of Arithmetick, In Four Books*, page 25:, or to multiply by 9, adjoyn a Cypher to the Right hand of the**Noncuplication***9*.

### ReferencesEdit

- “†Noncuplica·tion” listed, as a derivative of “†Noncuple”, on page 193 of volume VI, part II (M–N), § ii (N) of
*A New English Dictionary on Historical Principles*(first edition, 1908)

Hence †**Noncuplication,**multiplication by nine. [¶]**1674**Jeake*Arith.*(1696) 25 Noncuplication, or to multiply by 9. - “†noncupliˈcation” listed, as a derivative of “†noncuple,
*a.*and*n.*”, in the*Oxford English Dictionary*(second edition, 1989) - “noncuplication
*n.*” listed, as a derivative of “† noncuple,*adj.*and*n.*”, in the*Oxford English Dictionary*(third edition, December 2003)