A telemour is the partner of your partner’s partner. In simpler terms, it is the partner of a metamour. For example, your husband’s boyfriend’s girlfriend could be called your telemour. The term is a blending of the Greek prefix “tele,” meaning far,” and “amour,” meaning love.
The term telemour is commonly used within the polyamorous community, where people have more than one relationship or partner simultaneously.
Meta-metamour, or meta-meta for short, may also be used interchangeably with telemour.