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English took the word relic from French, which had already adopted it from Latin. The normal spelling in Middle English was the French relique, pronounced exactly the same as relic: 'RELL-ick' ( IPA: /ˈrɛl ɪk/). Writers used this spelling until the nineteenth century when they wanted to give their work an archaic flavour, as did Bishop Percy in his Reliques.
The same spelling survives in reliquary, which is always pronounced nowadays with a '-w-' sound: 'RELL-ik-werry' ( IPACandles 44 for Bag Black Tote Shoulder Years Out 44th Birthday Blowing aqpwPx15U1: /ˈrɛl ɪk wə rɪ/). (Before the eighteenth century, it was normally pronounced like relique and relic, that is 'Rell-ick-erry' ( IPA: /rɛl ɪk ə rɪ/).) A reliquary is a receptacle, usually very precious, ornate and/or jewelled, to contain the relics of a saint and display them for the purposes of prayer or worship in the church which houses them.