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A tribute is wealth that one party gives to another as a sign of respect, submission, or allegiance.
Tribute may also refer to:
Media and entertainment
- Tribute (1980 film), a film adaptation of Bernard Slade's play (see below)
- Tribute (2009 film), an American television film
- Tribute (ballet), a 2005 ballet by Christopher d'Amboise
- Tribute (magazine), a Canadian entertainment industry magazine
- Tribute (play), a 1978 play by Bernard Slade
- Tribute FM, an English-language radio station targeting a Libyan audience
- Tribute, a contestant in The Hunger Games fictional universe
- Tribute (Emilie-Claire Barlow album), 2001
- Tribute (Keith Jarrett album), 1989
- Tribute (Ozzy Osbourne album), 1987
- Tribute (Paul Motian album), 1974
- Tribute (Roy Rogers album), 1991
- Tribute (Yanni album), 1997
- Tribute (John Newman album), 2013
- Tribute: Maison de M-Flo, a 2009 tribute album to M-Flo
- "Tribute" (song), a song by Tenacious D
- Tribute Records, an American record label
Products and businesses
- Tribute (ticket), a British Rail ticketing software system
- Tribute Ale, a UK ale made by St Austell Brewery
- Tribute Power Station, Tasmania, Australia
- Mazda Tribute, a small SUV
- Tribute act, an act that performs songs and mimics the style of the original act
- Tribute album, a collection of cover versions of a specific artist's songs
- All pages beginning with "Tribute"
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