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en·ne·a·gram

 (ĕn′ē-ə-grăm′)
n.
Any of several nine-pointed geometrical figures often held to have magical or mystical significance.

[Greek ennea, nine; see newn̥ in Indo-European roots : -gram.]
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enneagram

(ˈɛnɪəˌɡræm)
n
a system that analyses human personality by means of nine distinct but interconnected personality types
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