listen to the pronunciation of relic
İngilizce - Türkçe
{i} kalıntı

Kültürel kalıntılarımıza değer verin; hepsi bizim görevimizdir. - Cherish our cultural relics; it is all our duty.

Eski bir uygarlıkla ilgili kalıntılar bulduk. - We discovered relics of an ancient civilisation.

ölü kalıntısı
{i} yadigâr

Bütün ülkeler, tüm sınırları içindeki insan grupların ecdat yadigar eserlerini koruma ve gelecek nesillere aktarma sorumluluğu var. - All countries have a responsibility to preserve the ancestral relics of every people group within their borders, and to pass these on to the coming generations.

bir azizin cesedi veya cesedinin bir kısmı veya eşyası
{i} bir peygamberin/azizin bedeninden artakalan parça veya özel eşyası, rölik
{i} kutsal emanet
{i} eski eser
mukaddes emanet
(Tıp) n.Bir organ veya doku parçası kalıntısı
relic area
(Dilbilim) uzak bölge
relic area
(Dilbilim) eski lehçe bölgesi
relic texture
kalıntı doku
kutsal emanetler
plural of relic
kalıntı çoğul

Eski bir uygarlıkla ilgili kalıntılar bulduk. - We discovered relics of an ancient civilisation.

Dede ve ninelerinin kalıntıları bu kilisededir. - The relics of your grandparents are in this church.

eski eserler
İngilizce - İngilizce
A part of the body of a saint, or an ancient religious object, kept for veneration
That which remains; that which is left after loss or decay; a remaining portion
Something old kept for sentimental reasons
If you refer to something or someone as a relic of an earlier period, you mean that they belonged to that period but have survived into the present. Germany's asylum law is a relic of an era in European history which has passed
Something that is left behind after decay, disintegration, or disappearance (e g , a structure, a culture, etc ) A community, fragments of presently existing flora on areas with a historical record of no disturbance and the community is assumed to be in near virgin condition A community or species which, through the operation of some compensating or protective environmental features has survived some major change (e g , climatic, land use) that has altered the general vegetation and ecology of the surrounding territory
the mortal remains, or any components thereof, of a saint; believed to embody the miraculous powers of the saint
An object interesting because of its age or association
That which remains; that which is left after loss or decay; a remaining portion; a remnant
Hence, a memorial; anything preserved in remembrance; as, relics of youthful days or friendships
{i} remnant, item that remains from a past era; bones of the dead (especially of a religious martyr); souvenir, memento
something of sentimental value
[noun, adj ] Used as a noun or adjective to refer to equipment or technology left over from the pre-Collapse era Relic technology is typically of a higher tech level than that which is currently available in quantity See also Remnant While this equipment is usually of great value and is actively sought out by people in the post collapse are, some worlds particularly hard-hit by the Final War or Collapse have become xenophobic and technophobic People of these worlds often destroy all relic technology that they find, sometimes out of irrational anger at the events that the equipment represents, or by reasoning that only by renouncing such things can they avoid the calamity that befell them
Object connected with a saint, either part of his/her mortal remains, something that he/she owned, something that has been touched by the saint or by a relic or the instruments of martyrdom Relics are exhibited for veneration in many churches in Rome Relics may not be sold (Code of Canon Law Can 1190 §1), but payment may be sought for the reliquary (container)
a part of the body of a saint, or some item connected with a saint, the object of particular veneration
A relic is something which was made or used a long time ago and which is kept for its historical significance. a museum of war relics
an antiquity that has survived from the distant past
The body from which the soul has departed; a corpse; especially, the body, or some part of the body, of a deceased saint or martyr; usually in the plural when referring to the whole body
In church history, a personal memorial of a holy man, either clothing or other items associated with a saint, or a part of the saint's body, preserved and revered as aim inspiration to piety Relics might be displayed to pilgrims, and were collected by them and were kept safe in reliquaries, suitably shaped caskets, frequently ornately decorated
{n} remain, the remains of bodies
the physical remains and effects of saints and martyrs Relics are respected as sacred memorials of saints
People who have been going to Mass for so long, they actually know when to sit, kneel, and stand
Bodily remains - or belongings - of a saint which become the object of a cult authorized by the Pope
(Gr Ieipsana Agia) The remains from the body of Saint or even a Saint's possessions, such as clothes or vestments The relics are honored and venerated by all Orthodox Upon the consecration of a new church, the consecrating bishop embeds holy relics in the Altar Table, following the ancient traditions of the church in performing the Eucharist on the tombs of Martyrs (Martyria)
plural of relic
Remains, such as the clothing or bones of a dead saint, believed to be capable of healing, granting wealth, or conferring spiritual blessings
The physical remains and effects of saints, which are considered worthy of veneration inasmuch as they are representative of persons in glory with God Catholic doctrine proscribes the view that relics are not worthy of veneration In line with norms laid down by the Council of Trent and subsequent enactments, discipline concerning relics is subject to control by the Congregations for the Causes of Saints and for Divine Worship and the Discipline of the Sacraments
Parts of the body of a saint, or something used by a saint, and supposed to be holy