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A chant is the rhythmic speaking or singing of words or sounds.
Chant or Chants may also refer to:
- Chant (Benedictine Monks of Santo Domingo de Silos album), 1994
- Chant: Music For Paradise (titled Chant: Music for the Soul in the US), a 2008 album performed by the Heiligenkreuz Abbey
- Chant (Donald Byrd album), 1979
- Chant (Merzbow album), 1985
- Chants (Craig Taborn album), 2012
- Chants R&B, a rhythm and blues band from Christchurch, New Zealand
- Chant (crater), a lunar crater
- Chant (horse) (born 1891), American Thoroughbred racehorse that won the 1894 Kentucky Derby
- CHANT (ship type), a type of coastal tanker built in the UK during the Second World War
- Chant (band), a tribal-industrial drum project from Austin, Texas
Chant is the surname of:
- Barry Chant (born 1938), Australian author and co-founder of Tabor College Australia
- Christopher Chant, fictional nine-lived enchanter in the Chrestomanci series by Diana Wynne Jones
- Clarence Chant (1865–1956), Canadian astronomer and physicist
- Ken Chant (born 1933), Australian Pentecostal pastor
- Joy Chant (born 1945), British fantasy author
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