-gamy
noun combining form Etymology: Middle English -gamie, from Late Latin -gamia, from Greek, from gamein to marry 1. marriage <
exogamy
>
2. union for propagation or reproduction <
allogamy
>
3. possession of (such) reproductive organs or (such) a mode of fertilization <
cleistogamy
>

New Collegiate Dictionary. 2001.

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