nonic
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English[edit]
Etymology 1[edit]
From the Latin nōnus (“ninth”) + -ic.
Adjective[edit]
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nonic (not comparable)
- (mathematics) Describing a polynomial that has 9 as the highest exponent of its terms.
- (algebraic geometry) Describing a curve the equation of which is nonic.
Etymology 2[edit]
From nonik (c. 1918; patented 1913),^{[1]}^{[2]} trade name for no-nick, by the Nonik Glassware Company.
Alternate forms[edit]
- no-nick
Adjective[edit]
nonic (not comparable)
- Describing a type of beer glass used in British public houses; in the form of a truncated cone with a bulge around outside, just below the rim.
- a 20-ounce nonic glass