nona-

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Etymology[edit]

From Latin nonus (ninth).

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Latin number prefix
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nona-

  1. nine

Usage notes[edit]

Nona- is unique in that all other technical numerical prefixes used for systematic names, such as mono-, are derived from Greek, while nona- derives from Latin. Greek would be ennea-.

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nona-

  1. nona-

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