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reliquiae (not rell-), ārum, f

re-+LIC-, what is left, a remainder, leavings, remains, relics, remnant, rest : copiarum, N.: tantae cladis, L: Danaūm atque inmitis Achilli, i. e. (the Trojans) not slain by the Greeks , V.: gladiatoriae familiae, Cs.: cibi, excrements : hordei, Ph.: virorum, V.The leavings, remains, remnants, fr<*>g<*>ents : frui reliquiis, Ph.: vellem Idibus Martiis me ad cenam invitasses: reliquiarum nihil fuisset, i. e. Antony should have fallen with Caesar .—Of the dead, the remains, relics, ashes : C. Mari: meorum, V.—Fig., remnants, remains, remainder, rest : reliquiae rerum earum moventur in animis: maximi belli: avi reliquias persequi, i. e. your ancestor's unfinished work (the Punic war).

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