Translation of devotee in Spanish:

devotee

devoto, n.

Pronunciation /ˌdɛvəˈteɪ//ˌdɛvə(ʊ)ˈtiː//ˌdɛvəˈti/

noun

  • 1

    Religion
    devoto masculine
    devota feminine
    • His best and most learned priest, Deva-svami, was a devotee of Vishnu who preached sad-dharma.
    • It's certainly not unusual for devotees of that great Religion of Peace to act that way.
    • May God grant strength and will power to all his devotees to uphold and work on the line initiated by Gurudeva.
    • It was many decades later that his devotees built a small ashram for him to live.
    • During festivals, devotees carrying offerings parade to the shore and worship the sea as God.
    • As busy as he was, he made time to take phone calls from the temple devotees.
    • In fact, at times it seems that there are more volunteers than devotees at the temple.
    • Temples were built to enshrine these images of the Almighty and give devotees a place to worship.
    • This year more than one million Hindu devotees celebrated Thai Pusam at Batu Caves alone.
    • The resplendent Lord bestows affluence on the devotee who offers worship and oblations.
    • God is also Omniscient; hence He sees the sincerity of Worship of a devotee in whichever form the devotee worships Him.
    • Following the instructions, devotees recovered the Deity and returned it to the temple.
    • The god is worshipped as an icon and the devotee is the archaka.
    • I was a devotee of the Omoto religion and was doing volunteer work for the church in Kameoka.
    • She was a devotee of the new religion of ‘Konkokyo’ which worshiped a folk god named Konjin.
    • This boy, a Syrian like his mother, was a devotee of the Sun God and was actually a priest of the god at Emesa, called Elagabalus.
    • Only the saintly devotee - the true disciple of God - can perceive the Lord's presence at all times.
    • For centuries both Buddhist and Hindu devotees have made the pilgrimage to the sacred shrines at Muktinath.
    • The son of a prosperous Hindu trader, Bhai Pheru, Guru Angad was an ardent devotee of the Hindu goddess Durga.
    • The common devotee should ascertain the sadhu's level of knowledge and devotion, and who is his guru and lineage.
  • 2

    (fan)
    adepto masculine
    adepta feminine
    partidario masculine
    partidaria feminine
    • Photography is attracting a whole new generation of lens devotees.
    • His article New Kids On The Blog described the spread of the trend and its typical devotees.
    • Henry was a serial adulterer; he too had a difficult relationship with Anselm; and he too was a devotee of knightly culture and worldly luxury.
    • Yesterday's Derby was a notable one for devotees of Radio Five Live.
    • Roundfort Community Centre continues to be a popular choice with bingo devotees every Wednesday night.
    • It may fail to bother the upper reaches of the charts, but should not disappoint previous devotees while impressing the uninitiated.
    • To TV devotees and music fans this failure to preserve such key national moments has been condemned as an act of cultural vandalism.
    • The Civil War has generated a myriad of publications that address the interests of its devotees.
    • Her French / Indian fusion cuisine won her many devotees and glowing reviews in the American media.
    • In this sense, he was a devotee of material cultural before the field of material culture blossomed into what it is today.
    • But I happen to be a great devotee of and admirer of the two-party system in this country.
    • That is driving significant sales increases across Apple's product range as more consumers become Apple devotees.
    • Good news for devotees of the York-based crime novels of John Baker.
    • What is it about tai chi that makes its devotees want to freak people out by always doing it in public?
    • Will the Government listen or are they such devotees of the policy of the economic right that they will carry on regardless?
    • Lowell, a scion of a prominent Boston family, was a devotee of Asian culture and an accomplished amateur astronomer.
    • It was only later, after going solo, that he went all interesting, becoming a devotee of prehistoric Britain.
    • She becomes a devotee of death, addicted to the most shuddery of Grimms' fairy tales and a book for the terminally ill called A Hundred Ways to Die.
    • This is a slight promotional plug on my part, but there are a lot of Star Wars devotees on this board, and you might well be interested in this prog.
    • It is only too easy for a devotee of a complex theory to be impressed when it fits and to explain away the problems when it does not fit.