Etymology
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reliquary (n.)

"receptacle for keeping relics," often small enough to be carried on the person, 1650s, from French reliquaire (14c.), from relique (see relic).

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Definitions of reliquary

reliquary (n.)
a container where religious relics are stored or displayed (especially relics of saints);
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