nonuple

[ non-yuh-puhl ]
/ ˈnɒn yə pəl /

adjective Music.

having nine beats to the measure: a nonuple rhythm.

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Origin of nonuple

<New Latin nōnuplus, equivalent to Latin nōn(us) ninth + -uplus as in duplusduple
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