relict

Vestige vs Relict - What's the difference?

vestige | relict |


As nouns the difference between vestige and relict

is that vestige is the mark of the foot left on the earth; a track or footstep; a trace; a sign while relict is (formal) something that, or someone who, survives or remains or is left over after the loss of others; a relic.

As an adjective relict is

surviving, remaining.

Relict vs Remnant - What's the difference?

relict | remnant |


As nouns the difference between relict and remnant

is that relict is (formal) something that, or someone who, survives or remains or is left over after the loss of others; a relic while remnant is the small portion remaining of a larger thing or group.

As adjectives the difference between relict and remnant

is that relict is surviving, remaining while remnant is (archaic) remaining; still left.

Relit vs Relict - What's the difference?

relit | relict |


As a verb relit

is (relight).

As a noun relict is

(formal) something that, or someone who, survives or remains or is left over after the loss of others; a relic.

As an adjective relict is

surviving, remaining.

Relist vs Relict - What's the difference?

relist | relict |


As a verb relist

is to list again.

As a noun relict is

(formal) something that, or someone who, survives or remains or is left over after the loss of others; a relic.

As an adjective relict is

surviving, remaining.

Relict vs Reluct - What's the difference?

relict | reluct |


As a noun relict

is (formal) something that, or someone who, survives or remains or is left over after the loss of others; a relic.

As an adjective relict

is surviving, remaining.

As a verb reluct is

to be averse to.

Relics vs Relict - What's the difference?

relics | relict |


As nouns the difference between relics and relict

is that relics is while relict is (formal) something that, or someone who, survives or remains or is left over after the loss of others; a relic.

As an adjective relict is

surviving, remaining.

Relick vs Relict - What's the difference?

relick | relict |


As nouns the difference between relick and relict

is that relick is while relict is (formal) something that, or someone who, survives or remains or is left over after the loss of others; a relic.

As a verb relick

is to lick again or once more.

As an adjective relict is

surviving, remaining.

Taxonomy vs Relict - What's the difference?

taxonomy | relict |


As nouns the difference between taxonomy and relict

is that taxonomy is the science or the technique used to make a classification while relict is (formal) something that, or someone who, survives or remains or is left over after the loss of others; a relic.

As an adjective relict is

surviving, remaining.

Relict vs Apicoplast - What's the difference?

relict | apicoplast |


As nouns the difference between relict and apicoplast

is that relict is (formal) something that, or someone who, survives or remains or is left over after the loss of others; a relic while apicoplast is a relict, non-photosynthetic plastid found in most of the apicomplexa , proposed to have evolved via secondary endosymbiosis and surrounded by four membranes within the outermost part of the endomembrane system.

As an adjective relict

is surviving, remaining.

Relict vs Regasp - What's the difference?

relict | regasp |

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