Meaning of NON- in English

I. (|)nän sometimes |nən prefix

Etymology: Middle English, from Middle French, from Latin non not, from Old Latin noenum, from ne- not + oinom, neuter of oinos one — more at no , one

: not : reverse of : absence of

non academic

non conformity

non breakable

non productive

non intervention

non -Arabic

non -Mormon

non rush hours

II. combining form

or nona-

Etymology: Latin non-, from nonus ninth — more at noon

: ninth : nine

nona gon

non ane

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