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Wanderer, Wanderers, or The Wanderer may refer to:
- Itinerant people, who wander from place to place with no permanent home, or are vagrant
- Wanderer butterflies, certain wide-ranging brush-footed butterflies:
- Wanderer (car), a German automobile manufacturer in the interwar period
- The Wanderer, an alternate name for the Wandering Jew
- The Wanderer (newspaper), a Catholic national weekly based in Minnesota
- The Wanderer (Massachusetts newspaper), a weekly newspaper in southeastern Massachusetts
- World Wide Web Wanderer, an early web crawler
- Wanderer (AROS), a user interface based on Zune widget toolkit
- Peredvizhniki (The Wanderers), a group of Russian artists
- Carl Wanderer (1895-1921), American murderer
Novels and books
- The Wanderer (1814 novel), a novel by Frances Burney, full title The Wanderer; or, Female Difficulties
- Wanderers, a 1909 Knut Hamsun anthology including the translated novels A Wanderer Plays on Muted Strings (1909) and Under the Autumn Star (1906)
- The Wanderer or Le Grand Meaulnes, a 1913 novel by Alain-Fournier
- The Wanderer (Waltari novel), a 1949 novel by Mika Waltari
- The Wanderer (1953 novel), a children's novel by Monica Edwards
- Wanderer, the 1963 autobiography by Sterling Hayden
- The Wanderer (Leiber novel), 1964
- The Wanderers (Price novel), a 1974 novel by Richard Price
- The Wanderers (Rimland novel), a 1977 novel by Ingrid Rimland
- Wanderer (novel), a 1985 science fiction novel by Dennis Schmidt
- The Wanderer (Sharon Creech novel), a 2000 novel by Sharon Creech
- "The Wanderer" (poem), an Old English poem
- "The Wanderer", a 1726 poem by Richard Savage
- "The Wanderer" (Maykov poem), a poem by Apollon Maykov first published in 1867
- "The Wanderer", a poem by John Masefield (1878-1967), inspired by the ship Wanderer (ship, 1891)
- "The Wanderer", a 1921 poem by Henry Lane Eno
- Der Wanderer, an 1816 song by Franz Schubert
- Wanderer Fantasy, a fantasy for piano by Franz Schubert
- The Wanderer, the god Wotan in Wagner's Siegfried
- "The Wanderer" or "Po dikim stepyam Zabaikalya", a Russian folk song
- "The Wanderer" (Dion song), a 1961 song by Dion covered by many other artists
- The Wanderer (Donna Summer album), a Donna Summer album from 1980
- The Wanderers, a 1981 punk band established by Stiv Bators
- The Wanderer, a 1988 album by Kevin Rowland
- "The Wanderer" (U2 song), a 1993 song by U2 with lead vocals by Johnny Cash
- The Wanderer (O.A.R. album), 1997
- "The Wanderer", song by Emperor from their 1997 album Anthems to the Welkin at Dusk
- "The Wanderer", song and album (2001) by Karunesh
- The Wanderer (Holy Blood album), 2002
- The Wanderer, a 2005 piece for a cappella voices by Ezequiel Viñao
- "Wanderer", 2007 song by the band Ensiferum on the album Victory Songs Song
Film and television
- The Wanderer (1913 film), silent film
- The Wanderer (1925 film), silent film directed by Raoul Walsh, starring Greta Nissen and Wallace Beery
- The Wanderers (1979 film), film directed by Philip Kaufman
- The Wanderer in Bulgar, a 1989 rock opera film, performed in Tatar
- The Wanderer (1994 TV series), a 1994 British television series starring Bryan Brown
- The Wanderer (Doctor Who audio), 2012
- The Wanderer (Rayner), a character in Canadian television series Lost Girl, created by Michelle Lovretta, developed by Jay Firestone
- Wanderer, a male mallard duck who was Greenie's father in Leafie, a Hen into the Wild.
- Old Wanderers, a cricket ground in Johannesburg, South Africa
- Wanderers Cricket Ground, Windhoek, Namibia
- Wanderers Grounds, a playing ground in Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada
- Wanderers Stadium, a cricket ground in Johannesburg, South Africa
- Wanderers Athletic Club, an athletics club in Johannesburg, South Africa
- Wanderers Cricket Club, a cricket club in Barbados
- Wanderers F.C., a former English football club, the first winners of the FA Cup
- Wanderers F.C. (rugby union), a rugby union club based in Dublin, Ireland.
- Wanderers Football Club, an Australian rules football club in Marrara, Northern Territory, Australia
- Wanderers is also used as the second part of the name of various sports teams, including:
- Aberdeen Wanderers RFC
- African Wanderers
- Ajax Wanderers R.U.F.C.
- Arsenal Wanderers
- Ballyboden Wanderers GAA
- Birkenhead Wanderers FC (rugby league)
- Bolton Wanderers F.C.
- Bray Wanderers A.F.C.
- Brooklyn Wanderers
- Burton Wanderers F.C.
- Burton Park Wanderers F.C.
- Cashmere Wanderers
- Castaway Wanderers RFC
- Catford Wanderers
- Cray Wanderers F.C.
- Dorking Wanderers F.C.
- Dundee Wanderers F.C.
- Forth Wanderers F.C.
- Gala Wanderers RFC
- Glamorgan Wanderers RFC
- Grafton Wanderers
- Greenock Wanderers RFC
- Halifax Wanderers
- Hamilton Wanderers
- Hartford Wanderers RFC
- Havelock North Wanderers
- Ipswich Wanderers F.C.
- Llanelli Wanderers RFC
- Manzini Wanderers F.C.
- Montevideo Wanderers F.C.
- Montreal Wanderers
- Montreal Wanderers RFC
- Moseley Wanderers
- MTL Wanderers
- Mufulira Wanderers F.C.
- Murrayfield Wanderers RFC
- Nithsdale Wanderers F.C.
- NS Wanderers RC
- Old Hill Wanderers F.C.
- Pembroke Wanderers Hockey Club
- Public School Wanderers
- S.K. Victoria Wanderers F.C.
- Santiago Wanderers
- Scottish Wanderers Football Club
- Shropshire Wanderers F.C.
- Sliema Wanderers F.C.
- St. Cuthbert Wanderers F.C.
- Sudbury Wanderers F.C.
- Warstones Wanderers F.C.
- Western Sydney Wanderers FC
- Western Sydney Wanderers FC W-League
- Wexford Wanderers RFC
- Wolverhampton Wanderers F.C.
- Wolverhampton Wanderers W.F.C.
- Woolpack Wanderers F.C.
- Wycombe Wanderers F.C.
- Pearson Wanderer, a 30-foot sailboat designed by Bill Shaw
- Wanderer (sailing dinghy), a 14-foot sailing dinghy designed by Ian Proctor
individual boat and ships:
- The Wanderer (slave ship, 1857), a ship involved in the illegal trans-Atlantic slave trade in the 1850s
- Wanderer (steam yacht), built in 1878 and later HMS Sealark
- Wanderer (ship, 1891), a four-masted steel barque, which inspired John Masefield to write the poem Wanderer and was eventually run down by German steamship Gertrud Woermann on April 14, 1907.
- Wanderer (ship, 1893), ex-Gracie S., an 1893-built San Francisco pilot boat until 1947, later bought by Sterling Hayden and used for his voyage to Tahiti
- Wanderer, a 16-foot Wayfarer dinghy sailed by travelogue writer Frank Dye
- Wanderer, schooner sailed by Benjamin Boyd (1796–1851), a Scottish-Australian explorer
several naval vessels:
- HMS Wanderer, a British destroyer of World War II vintage
- USS Wanderer, the name of several United States Navy ships
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