agamy
the condition where no lasting bond is formed between a spawning pair, the male and female separating after spawning, e.g. in some Cichlidae

Dictionary of ichthyology. 2009.

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  • agamy — /ag euh mee/, n. the absence of a rule dictating marriage choices within a social group. [1790 1800; < Gk agamía, equiv. to ágam(os) (see AGAMIC) + ia Y3] * * * …   Universalium

  • agamy — ag·a·my …   English syllables

  • agamy —   n. lack of marriage or sexual reproduction …   Dictionary of difficult words

  • agamy — ˈagəmē noun ( es) Etymology: Greek agamia celibacy, from agamos + ia 1. : absence, nonregulation, or nonrecognition of marriage 2. : agamogenesis …   Useful english dictionary

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