digamy

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From Latin digamia ‎(twice married), from Ancient Greek διγαμία ‎(digamía, bigamy), δίγαμος ‎(dígamos), from δίς ‎(dís, twice) + γάμος ‎(gámos, marriage). In modern terms, from di- +‎ -gamy

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digamy ‎(plural digamies)

  1. A second marriage (as after the death or divorce of a spouse)

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