ETYM Old Eng. bigamie, from Latin bigamus twice married; bis twice + Greek gamos marriage; prob. akin to Skt. jâmis related, and Latin gemini twins, the root meaning to bind, join: cf. French bigamie. Related to Digamy.
1. Having more than one spouse at a time.
2. The offense of having two or more wives or husbands living at the same time.
In law, the offense of marrying a person while already lawfully married to another. In some countries marriage to more than one wife or husband is lawful; see also polygamy.
Brak sa dve žene; dvobračnost, dvoženstvo.
Dvobračnost, stupanje u nov brak pre no što je prvi razveden, dvoženstvo, dvomužištvo.