Well, digamy must be like bigamy, mustn't it, only with...dogs? Or with your two wives or husbands living further apart...or perhaps it's when you have a husband and a wife.
Well, we probably need a word for that, don't we. Or we will soon, anyway.
Actually, there's nothing wrong with our logic or our etymology, because digamy does indeed involve a second marriage.
Rather sadly, in the case of digamy it's one contracted after the end of a first marriage through death or divorce.
Never mind. I still feel quite thrilled to know that several of my friends are digamists living digamously.
It really makes them seem rather sophisticated.
Maharajah Sir Ranadip Singh Rana Bahadur and his second wife, 1860s.
Word To Use Today: digamy. This word comes from the Latin digamia, from the Greek dis, which means twice, and gamos, marriage.