Naranjo typed Disney's Aladdin as enneagram 7 in the book Dramatis Personae:
"But, beyond saying that the E7 is determined to take advantage and that it is opportunistic, what supports such attitudes? What conviction supports such a way of living? All you have to do is ask me so that Walt Disney's representation of Aladdin comes to mind, whom he paints as a rascal with great charm who is loved by simple people. He goes around the market stealing an apple here and a banana there, and so he manages to feed himself without bothering anyone too much. And it would seem that everyone thinks he's fine, because he's a good person, quite nice to deal with. But, mainly, I would say that people accept it because they know that we live in an unfair world and that, just as some survive by force, others survive by seduction and little tricks."
The big 5 is the most empirically and scientifically valid measure of behavioral personality. I view cognitive functions as more about information processing and ways of evaluating that information while enneagram is more about deep seated motivations and fears.