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Oxford dictionary definition of the word relict:
1a thing which has survived from an earlier period or in a primitive form.
an animal or plant that has survived while others of its group have become extinct, e.g. the coelacanth.
a population that now survives in only a few localities.
2 archaic a widow.
late Middle English (in relict (sense 2)): from Old French relicte ‘(woman) left behind’, from late Latin relicta, from the verb relinquere ‘leave behind’. relict (sense 1) arose in the early 20th century and is from Latin relictus, past participle of relinquere