[ dig-uh-mee ]
/ ˈdɪg ə mi /
a second marriage, after the death or divorce of the first husband or wife; deuterogamy.Compare monogamy(def 3).
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Origin of digamy
Related formsdig·a·mous, adjective
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British Dictionary definitions for digamy
/ (ˈdɪɡəmɪ) /
noun plural -mies
a second marriage contracted after the termination of the first by death or divorceAlso called: deuterogamy Compare bigamy
Derived Formsdigamist, noundigamous, adjective
Word Origin for digamy
C17: from Late Latin digamia, from Greek, from di 1 + gamos marriage
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