|Origin:||ordinal from 1767|
|In Greek:||enath 1, enathn 5, enathv 3, enatov 1|
|In NET:||three 4, three o'clock in the afternoon 2, three in the afternoon 2, ninth 1, three afternoon 1|
|In AV:||ninth 10|
1a) the ninth hour corresponds to our 3 o'clock in the afternoon
for the sixth hour of the Jews coincides with the twelfth of
the day as divided by our method, and the first hour of the
day is 6 A.M. to us
ordinal from 1767; ninth:-ninth.
see GREEK for 1767
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