A woman whose husband is dead; a widow.
an organism or species surviving as a remnant of an otherwise extinct flora or fauna in an environment much changed from that in which it originated
geological feature that is a remnant of a pre-existing formation after other parts have disappeared
a plant or animal species living on in isolation in a small local area as a survival from an earlier period or as a remnant of an almost extinct group
A population left behind far from the main range of a species, particularly during a glacial period.
An organism or species of an earlier time surviving in an environment that has undergone considerable change.
Widow; surviving spouse when one has died, husband or wife.
Widow or widower
a spouse surviving after the death of the other; usually used to refer to a widow.
Another term for widow; A widow who has not remarried
The surviving spouse when one has died, husband or wife.
A term for a widow.
indicative of formerly existing conditions; survivor(s) from a previous geological era or from earlier (different) climatic conditions.
A persistent remnant of an otherwise extinct flora or fauna.
Remnant left after decay, disintegration, or disappearance.
Widow, widower or person left after a testator or testatrix dies
The term relict is used to refer to surviving remnants of natural phenomena. Compare relic which is used to refer to human artifacts or remains.