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monandry

monandry

noun mon·an·dry \ˈmä-ˌnan-drē\
plural mon·an·dries

Definition of MONANDRY

:  a marriage form or custom in which a woman has only one husband at a time

Origin of MONANDRY

mon- + -andry (as in polyandry)
First Known Use: 1855

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