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03 November 2011

What is a Relict?

A relict is that which survives. A "relict consort" (if the phrase is used) is usually referring to the widow or widower, "consort" meaning spouse. "Relict," generally used alone, usually means widow or widower.

Do not assume the word means that two people were not married.

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