From the second edition (1989):

†noncuple,

*a. and n.**Obs.*

[f. L.

*nōnus*ninth +*-uple*as in*quadruple*, with*c*inserted on the analogy of*decuple*.]**A.*** adj.* Ninefold. *noncuple to*: nine times as great as.** B.*** n.* A quantity nine times as great as another.

**1557**Recorde

*Whetst.*Eiijb, 36 vnto 4 is a noncuple proportion.

**1570**Billingsley

*Euclid*xvi. prop. 30. 454 To proue that a trilater equilater Pyramis, is noncuple to a cube inscribed in it.

**1674**Petty

*Disc. Dupl. Proportion*22 A quadruple Sail is requisite to double Swiftness, and noncuple to treble.

**1674**S. Jeake

*Arith.*(1696) 182 Both triples added together‥make the proportion or amounting Ratio Noncuple, or ninefold.

**1690**Leybourn

*Curs. Math.*181 And so on to the ninth and last [row], in which you shall find the noncuple of the number given.

Hence **†noncupliˈcation**, multiplication by nine.

**1674**S. Jeake

*Arith.*(1696) 25 Noncuplication, or to multiply by 9.