Ennead

En"ne*ad

(?), n. [Gr. , , fr. 'enne`a nine.] The number nine or a group of nine.
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The Enneads, the title given to the works of the philosopher Plotinus, published by his pupil Porphyry; -- so called because each of the six books into which it is divided contains nine chapters.
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