[en-ee-ad] /ˈɛn iˌæd/
a group of nine persons or things.
a group or series of nine
the sum of or number nine
“group of nine things,” 1650s, from Greek enneas (genitive enneados) “group of nine,” from ennea “nine” (cognate with Sanskrit nava, Latin novem, Gothic niun, Old English nigun; see nine).
[en-ee-uh-gon, -guh n] /ˈɛn i əˌgɒn, -gən/ noun 1. . /ˈɛnɪəɡən/ noun 1. another name for nonagon
noun a system of spiritual psychology based on an ancient Sufi typology of nine personality types or primary roles with the recognition of one’s type tantamount to a spiritual awakening Word Origin Greek ennea ‘nine’
[en-ee-uh-hee-druh n] /ˌɛn i əˈhi drən/ noun, plural enneahedra [en-ee-uh-hee-druh] /ˌɛn i əˈhi drə/ (Show IPA) 1. a solid figure having nine faces. /ˌɛnɪəˈhiːdrən/ noun (pl) -drons, -dra (-drə) 1. a solid figure having nine plane faces See also polyhedron
[en-ee-uh-stahyl] /ˈɛn i əˌstaɪl/ adjective 1. Architecture. having nine columns. 2. (of a classical temple) having nine columns on one front or on each.