How to Pronounce relic?

Correct pronunciation for the word "relic" is [ɹˈɛlɪk], [ɹˈɛlɪk], [ɹ_ˈɛ_l_ɪ_k].

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"Relic" in context

A relic is an object or physical evidence that serves as a reminder of something historic or significant. Relics that are religiously affiliated are often associated with a patron saint or venerated figure. These items can be physical pieces of clothing, artwork, or furniture, but can also be more abstract in the form of symbols, rituals, or even stories. In many cases, relics are prized possessions that are held in high regard by those who follow a particular faith. The most famous of these artifacts are those associated with Jesus, the Virgin Mary, and other saints. Relics were highly sought after since the Middle Ages and remain a popular item for worshipers to acquire.

What are similar-sounding words for relic?

Usage over time for relic:

This graph shows how "relic" have occurred between 1800 and 2008 in a corpus of English books.

20 words made out of letters RELIC

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