See Definition 3 & 4 for slang.

1. A visible trace, evidence, or sign of something that once existed but exists or appears no more.

2. Biology. A rudimentary or degenerate, usually nonfunctioning, structure that is the remnant of an organ or part that was fully developed or functioning in a preceding generation or an earlier stage of development.

3. slang. A very small underdeveloped person. n.

4. slang. A younger or smaller version of oneself. n. or adj.
"That funhouse mirror over there makes me look like my do giant and this one here makes me look all vestige."
by Roach Brothers May 5, 2004
Honor, awe, or high opinion inspired by or derived from a person wearing a vest
(noun) vest steej

By wearing that vest, Walter has earned instant vestige in my opinion.

Walter looked very vestigeous in his sweater vest.
by WM Smith February 12, 2008
Another term for investigation
I'm going to do some more vestigation about my career.
by MidnightMystrey777 March 21, 2017
adv. having the potential of having merit or validity; adj: vestigible
Though it could be bullshit, he answered the question quite vestigibly.
by lsdoifngared May 3, 2008
A text message wherein the original thread is seriously out of date
Tom - Did you read my new test?
Emmett - Yes but it included that fucking vestigal text thread that you sent me 6 months ago and I got confused
by Salinasone November 19, 2021
The remainder of something leftover from the original amount.
The dude had a balance of $1,000 in his account. His vestige was $500 after he made a purchase.
by 251Reb December 3, 2022