Etymology
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devotee (n.)

"one who is self-dedicated to a cause or practice," 1640s, from devote, with a French suffix, perhaps on model of assignee. Earlier in this sense was devote (1620s).

updated on August 08, 2018

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Definitions of devotee from WordNet

devotee (n.)
an ardent follower and admirer;
Synonyms: fan / buff / lover
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