pilgrimis one who undertakes a religious journey or pilgrimage.
It can also refer to groups:
Pilgrims, the English colonists of Plymouth, Massachusetts
*Muslims who perform the
*"Pilgrim" (film), a 2000 movie starring Ray Liotta
Pilgrim Award, an award presented for Lifetime Achievement in the field of science fiction scholarship
*"Pilgrim" (Sara Douglass novel), a 1998 novel by Sara Douglass
*"Pilgrim" (Timothy Findley novel), a 1999 novel by Timothy Findley
*"Pigrim" (diary), a book by
*"Pilgrims" (short story collection), a book by Elizabeth Gilbert
Scott Pilgrim, a series of fantasy-romance graphic novels
Just a Pilgrim, two limited series concerning life on Earth after a powerful sun flare destroys civilization.Places & things:
*Pilgrims' Hall, England's first hammer-beamed building, located in
The Pilgrims' School, an independent choir school in England
Pilgrim Nuclear Generating Station, the nuclear power plant
*"Pilgrim" (brig), the ship in
Richard Henry Dana, Jr.'s account " Two Years Before the Mast"
Plymouth Argyle F.C.
Boston United F.C.
Pilgrim (1973 album)by Larry Gatlin
Pilgrim (1989 album)by Barry McGuire
Pilgrim (1992 album)by Joey Molland
Pilgrim (1995 album)by Shaun Davey
Pilgrim (1998 album)by Eric Clapton
Pilgrim (1999 album)by Marty Stuart
Pilgrim (2001 album)by Ruthie Henshall
*Pilgrim, a song from Uriah Heep's album "
Pilgrims (song), a song by the band Widespread Panic
The Pilgrim (song), a song from the Iron Maiden album "A Matter of Life and Death"
As a surname:
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