noun no·net \nō-ˈnet\

Definition of nonet

  1. :  a combination of nine instruments or voices; also :  a musical composition for such a combination

Origin and Etymology of nonet

Italian nonetto, from nono ninth, from Latin nonus — more at noon

First Known Use: 1865

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