polyamory

[pol-ee-am-er-ee]
noun
  1. the practice or condition of participating simultaneously in more than one serious romantic or sexual relationship with the knowledge and consent of all partners.

Origin of polyamory

1990–95; poly- + Latin amor love (see amorous) + -y3; patterned after polygamy
Related formspol·y·am·o·rist, nounpol·y·am·o·rous, adjective
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