-GAMY appears in the following palindrome (phrase that reads the same backward as forward):
- Traci, gamy booths in a vote vanish to obsessed dogs, as goddesses’ booths in a veto vanish too – by magic art!
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Definition of -GAMY
What does -GAMY mean?
- Used to form nouns describing forms of marriage
- [biology] used to form nouns describing forms of fertilization, pollination or reproduction
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by Edwin Abbott Abbott, Sir John Robert Seeley
Thus, since bi is a Latin prefix, and gamy a Greek root, bi-gamy is a mongrel word , ...
by Henry Marmaduke Hewitt
Thus, since bi is a Latin prefix, and gamy a Greek root, bi-gamy is a mongrel word , or 'a hybrid,' which is the Greek equivalent of a mongrel. If formed on strict principles, the word should be di-gamy, and for the same reason the word bi- cycle ...
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