Fetish has several uses, including: in the sciences;
Fetishism, the attribution of religious or mystical qualities to inanimate objects as a primary stage in the development of a culture or civilization.
Sexual fetishism, psychosexual attraction for inanimate objects.
Commodity fetishism, a Marxist concept of valuation in capitalist markets.
Legal Fetishism, a state where individuals affirm that they owe their existence to the Law (in contrast to the Law as their product).
Growth Fetish, the pursuit of economic growth in politics and economic theory as a universal cure for all society's problems.
Commercial enterprise, arts and entertainment
Fetish clothes, clothing and clothing fetishes.
Fetish , a South African band.
Venturi F├ętish, an electric sports car.