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digamy

digamy

noun dig·a·my \ˈdi-gə-mē\
plural dig·a·mies

Definition of DIGAMY

:  a second marriage after the termination of the first

Origin of DIGAMY

Late Latin digamia, from Late Greek, from Greek digamos married to two people, from di- + -gamos -gamous
First Known Use: 1635

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