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A pilgrim is one who undertakes a religious journey or pilgrimage.
Pilgrim(s) or The Pilgrim may also refer to:
In the United States:
- Pilgrim, Kentucky, unincorporated community
- Pilgrim, Michigan, census-designated place
- Pilgrim, Texas, unincorporated community
Film, television and radio
- The Pilgrim (1923 film), a 1923 silent film by Charlie Chaplin
- The Pilgrim (2014 film), a biographical film about Paulo Coelho
- Pilgrim (film), a 2000 film starring Ray Liotta
- "The Pilgrim" (Law & Order: Criminal Intent), an episode of Law & Order: Criminal Intent
- Pilgrim Pictures, two 20th-century film production companies
- Pilgrims, a fictional ethnic group in the film Wing Commander
- Pilgrim, a series of radio dramas written by Sebastian Baczkiewicz
- Pilgrim (Sara Douglass novel) (1998)
- Pilgrim (Timothy Findley novel) (1999)
- Pilgrims (short story collection), a short story collection by Elizabeth Gilbert
- The Pilgrim (play), a play by John Fletcher
- Pilgrim Award, an award presented for Lifetime Achievement in the field of science fiction scholarship
- Pilgrim (Eric Clapton album)
- The Pilgrim (1983 album), a recording of a composition by Shaun Davey
- The Pilgrim (Marty Stuart album)
- Pilgrim, an album by Barry McGuire
- Pilgrim, an album by Ruthie Henshall
- The Pilgrim, an album by Joey Molland
- The Pilgrim, an album by Larry Gatlin
- "Pilgrim", a 1973 song by Uriah Heep from Sweet Freedom
- "Pilgrim", a 2013 song by Danish singer Mø
- "Pilgrims", a song by Widespread Panic from Everyday
- "The Pilgrim", a song by Iron Maiden from A Matter of Life and Death
- "The Pilgrim", a song by Sam Roberts from Love at the End of the World
- "The Pilgrim", a song by Wishbone Ash from Pilgrimage
- Pilgrim (brig), the ship in Richard Henry Dana, Jr.'s book Two Years Before the Mast
- USS Pilgrim (1864), a canal boat purchased to be sunk as a blockship in 1864
- USS Pilgrim (1864a), a tug in commission from 1870 to 1871
- USS Pilgrim (SP-1204), a patrol vessel in commission from 1917 to 1919
- Pilgrim, a fictional ship in Dick Sand, A Captain at Fifteen
- Pilgrim High School, Warwick, Rhode Island, U.S.
- The Pilgrim Academy, Egg Harbor City, New Jersey, U.S.
- The Pilgrims' School, an independent choir school in England
- Pilgrim (given name)
- Pilgrim Fathers, English colonists in Plymouth, Massachusetts
- Pilgrim (sandwich), an American sandwich
- The Pilgrim (Marini), a bronze sculpture by Marino Marini
- Pilgrims Society, a British-American organization
- Boston United F.C. or The Pilgrims, an English professional association football club
- Plymouth Argyle F.C. or The Pilgrims, an English professional association football club
- Pilgrim Nuclear Generating Station, a nuclear power plant in Massachusetts, U.S.
- The Pilgrim, a painting by René Magritte
People with the surname
- Guy Ellcock Pilgrim (1875-1943), British geologist and palaeontologist
- Jane Pilgrim, controversial UK trade union organiser
- Janet Pilgrim (British Army officer), British Army nurse
- Janet Pilgrim (model) (born 1934), three-time Playboy Playmate of the Month
- Mark Pilgrim (software developer), American software developer
- Mark Pilgrim (presenter), South African radio and television presenter
- Paul Pilgrim (1883 – 1958), American athlete
- Peace Pilgrim (1908 – 1981), American pacifist
- Steve Pilgrim, English rugby player
- Billy Pilgrim, a fictional character in Kurt Vonnegut's 1969 novel Slaughterhouse-Five
- Pilgrim Baptist Church, Chicago, Illinois, U.S.
- Pilgrim Baptist Church (Saint Paul, Minnesota), U.S.
- Pilgrim Congregational Church (disambiguation), several churches in the U.S.
- Hajji, a Muslim who has completed the pilgrimage to Mecca
- Pilgrimage (disambiguation)
- Pellegrini (disambiguation)
- Pellegrino (disambiguation)
- Peregrine (disambiguation)
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