From Pluralpedia, the collaborative plurality dictionary
polymultiple (adj.)
Applies topartitionary systems
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Polymultiple systems have a large amount of partitionary members, typically over 100.[1]

The "multiple" used here does not refer to the large plural umbrella but to the specific experience of having distinct headmates, as compared to median & OSDD-1a systems.

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Polyplural refers to any large system, whether they are partitionary or not; in addition, polyfaceted & polyfragmented describe similar phenomena.

DID is a common example of a partitionary or multiple system.

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