Nonad vs Nonaid - What's the difference?

nonad | nonaid |


As a noun nonad

is a collection, or series of nine things.

As an adjective nonaid is

not of or pertaining to aid.

nonad

English

Noun

(en noun)
  • a collection, or series of nine things
  • Derived terms

    * nonadic

    Usage notes

    *True nonads seem to be rare. Most collections of nine things are actually triads of triads. *Also the name of a photographic filter used for astronomy, meaning "no Sodium D-line", where Sodium has the symbol Na, from the Latin natrium .

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    nonaid

    English

    Adjective

    (-)
  • Not of or pertaining to aid.
  • Nonaid imports by Korea amounted to $43.2 million in 1956.

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