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Brute or The Brute may refer to:
- Brutus, the cognomen of an Ancient Roman family whose vocative form is "Brute"
- Simon Bruté (1779–1839), missionary and first bishop of the Diocese of Vincennes, Indiana
- "Brute", nickname of US Marine Corps Lieutenant General Victor H. Krulak (1913-2008)
- Bill "The Brute" Sanger, a member of the Cherry Hill Gang, a late nineteenth century New York City street gang
- "The Brute", nickname of American jazz tenor saxophonist Ben Webster (1909–1973)
- Brute Bernard, ring name of Canadian wrestler Jim Bernard (1921–1984)
- The Brute (wrestler), ring name of professional wrestler John Czawlytko in the early 1990s
- Brute, a pseudonym of English commercial artist Aidan Hughes (born 1956)
- The Brute (1920 film), an American film produced for African-American audiences by director Oscar Micheaux
- La Brute, a 1921 French film directed by Daniel Bompard - see List of French films of 1921
- El Bruto, a 1953 Mexican drama directed by Luis Buñuel
- The Brute (1961 film), a Hungarian production directed by Zoltán Fábri
- The Brute, a 1977 British film directed by Gerry O'Hara
- "Brute" (song), a single from 1995 album, Nihil, by Hamburg-based, German industrial rock/metal group KMFDM
- Brute (band), a side project band of guitarist Vic Chesnutt and members of blues-rock band Widespread Panic
- Brute or Brutus of Troy, a legendary descendant of the Trojan hero Æneas, in mediæval British legend the founder and first king of Britain
- Brute (comics), various characters
- Brutes (Halo), an alien race in the Halo video game franchise
- BRUTE!, a magazine published by English artist Aidan Hughes who also occasionally uses "Brute" as pseudonym
- AEV Brute, a compact pickup truck in production since 2011
- British Rail Universal Trolley Equipment (BRUTE), trolleys used from 1964 until 1999
- "The Brute", a short story by Joseph Conrad.
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