The mark of the foot left on the earth; a track or footstep; a trace; a sign; (noun)
A faint mark or visible sign left by something which is lost, or has perished, or is no longer present; remains. (noun)
a vestigial organ; a non-functional organ or body part that was once functional in an evolutionary ancestor (noun)
Examples of word vestige
From here, as from the Sassi Bianco, one sees its true form and its actual summit; while of the one no idea can be formed, and of the other no vestige is visible, from either the Tre Sassi or the Fedaja.
I think think the same goes for the word vestige ...
But these daggers, his only arms, were broken by the sword of Holagou, and not a vestige is left of the enemies of mankind, except the word assassin, which, in the most odious sense, has been adopted in the languages of Europe.
Israel will have to be careful not to give the impression that it is hampering Obamaâ€™s foreign policy, like a kind of vestige from the Bush period.
Thus Intellectual-Principle is a vestige of the Supreme; but since the vestige is a Form going out into extension, into plurality, that Prior, as the source of Form, must be itself without shape and Form: if the Prior were