Rel"ict(-?kt), n. [L. relicta, fr. of relictus, p. p. of relinquere to leave behind. See Relinquish.] A woman whose husband is dead; a widow.
Eli dying without issue, Jacob was obliged by law to marry his relict, and so to raise up seed to his brother Eli.South.
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