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From nona- +‎ -ad.

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nonad (plural nonads)

  1. (rare) Synonym of ennead (collection or series of nine things)
    • 1891, The Yoga-vásishtha-mahárámáyana of Válmiki
      By Trisection of the three sections of a Tripartite circle. Symbolical of a nonad or nine fold nature of the Deity.
    • 1921, Proceedings of the Edinburgh Mathematical Society (page 6)
      The nonuply perspective nonads of Milne are distinct from all cases of cyclic nonads given by the theory of section I. of this paper []
    • 2020, John Krey, The Structure of Knowledge Using Natural Patterns (page 3)
      The beginning, middle and end of the nonad forms a triad, []

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