bigamist

bigamist

[big-uh-mist]
noun
a person who commits bigamy.

Origin:
1625–35; bigam(y) + -ist

bigamistic, adjective
bigamistically, adverb
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bigamy (ˈbɪɡəmɪ)
 
n , pl -mies
the crime of marrying a person while one is still legally married to someone else
 
[C13: via French from Medieval Latin bigamus; see bi-1, -gamy]
 
'bigamist
 
n
 
'bigamous
 
adj
 
'bigamously
 
adv

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bigamist
1630s, from bigamy + -ist.
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