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Deuterogamy | Definition of Deuterogamy by Merriam-Webster


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Deuterogamy definition, digamy. See more. ... dyoo-] /ˌdu təˈrɒg ə mi, ˌdyu-/. Spell Syllables. Word Origin. noun. 1. digamy. Origin of deuterogamy. Expand.

Deuterogamy - definition of deuterogamy by The Free Dictionary


deu·ter·og·a·my n. Remarriage after the death or divorce of one's first husband or wife. Also called digamy. American Heritage® Dictionary of the English ...

deuter-, deutero-, deut- + - Word Information


deuterogamy. 1. Marriage a second time; marriage after the death of a first husband or wife; as distinguished from bigamy. 2. In botany, the condition in which ...

deuterogamy - Wiktionary


deuterogamy (uncountable). A second marriage, after the death of the first husband or wife; in distinction from bigamy, as defined in the old canon law. (Can we ...

List of unusual words beginning with D - The Phrontistery


deuterogamy, second marriage after the death of the first wife. deuteropathy, second illness in addition to an initial one. deuteroscopy, second view or meaning; ...

digamy - alphaDictionary * Free English On-line Dictionary


Marriage to two spouses simultaneously is bigamy, while digamy (or deuterogamy) is marriage to two spouses in succession. Having several spouses  ...

Deutero- dictionary definition | deutero- defined


second, secondary: deuterogamy. Origin of deutero-. ; from Classical Greek deuteros, second, origin, originally , farther from, a comparative form ; from base of ...

deutero- | Definition, meaning & more | Collins Dictionary


combining form1. second or secondary ⇒ deuterogamy, ⇒ deuterium2. (in chemistry) indicating the presence of deuterium. Collins English Dictionary.

digamy | Definition, meaning & more | Collins Dictionary


Definitions. noun plural -miesa second marriage contracted after the termination of the first by death or divorce. Also called: deuterogamy Compare bigamy.

[doo-tuh-rog-uh-mee, dyoo-]
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