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The term 'relic' was borrowed from the English word 'religion' and means 'religious'. The derived form 'relicyn', pronounced very similarly to the English word 'religion', means 'religion'. The modifier form appears to be a back derivation, by analysing the English 'ən' ending as the Common '-yn' term derivation ending.
See also 'eríske', 'discipline', which is also used as a word for religion.