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Devotion, devotional, or devotee may refer to:
- Devotional song
- Devotional literature
- Anglican devotions
- Catholic devotions
- Bible study — called "devotion" or "devotional" by some Christian denominations
- Hindu devotional movements
- Devotion (John McLaughlin album), 1970
- Devotion (The Best of Yanni), 1997 compilation
- Devotion (Masami Okui album), 2001
- Devotion (Newsboys album), 2004
- Devotion (Beach House album), 2008
- Devotion (Shizuka Itou album), 2010
- Devotion (Mia Martina album), 2011
- Devotion (Jessie Ware album), 2012
- Devo-Tees, a collection of Devo songs as privately recorded by various artists and sent in to KROQ's Dr. Demento
- Devotion, a 1979 album by L.T.D.
- "Devotion" (song), a 1974 song by Earth, Wind & Fire on Open Our Eyes
- "Devotion", a 1999 song by Luscious Jackson on Electric Honey
- "Devotion", a 2010 song by Hurts featuring Kylie Minogue for their 2010 album Happiness
- "(I Wanna Give You) Devotion", a 1990 single by the British dance outfit Nomad
Other in music:
- The Devotions, a 1960s music group
- Devotional Tour, Depeche Mode tour for album Songs of Faith and Devotion.
- Devotional (video) of the Devotional Tour
- Devotion, a 1990s techno-dance band
Films and television:
- Devotion (1931 film), starring Ann Harding and Leslie Howard
- Devotion (1946 film), starring Ida Lupino and Olivia de Havilland as two of the Brontë sisters
- Devotion (1950 film), an Italian film
- "Devotion" (Charlie Jade), an episode of the television series Charlie Jade
- Devotion (TV series), a Singaporean TV series by MediaCorp Channel 8.
- Devotion, North Carolina, an unincorporated community
- devotees, sexual attraction to people with physical disabilities
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