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Brotherly love may refer to:
- Philia, a Greek word for love
- Brotherly love (philosophy)
- The New Commandment of Jesus, John 13:34-35
- The Second greatest commandment: "Love thy neighbor as thyself"
- Brotherly Love (1995 TV series), an American television series
- Brotherly Love (1999 TV series), a British television series
- "Brotherly Love" (The Cleveland Show), an episode of The Cleveland Show
- "Brotherly Love", episode of The Golden Girls
- "Brotherly Love", three-episode story arc of the British television programme Cracker
- "Brotherly Love", episode of In the Heat of the Night
- "Brotherly Love" (Moe Bandy song), first recorded by Moe Bandy and later as a duet between Keith Whitley and Earl Thomas Conley
- Brotherly Love, an album by Dean Dillon and Gary Stewart, or its title track
- "Brotherly Love", a song written by John Farrar and recorded by Olivia Newton-John on her album Music Makes My Day
- "Brotherly Love", a song recorded by Billy Dean in his album Young Man
- Brotherly Love (1928 film), a 1928 American film
- Brotherly Love, also known as Country Dance, a 1970 British film
- Brotherly Love, a 2015 American film with Keke Palmer and Quincy
- Philadelphia, known as the City of Brotherly Love
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