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Grendel is the antagonist in the Anglo-Saxon epic poem Beowulf.
Grendel or Grendal may also refer to:
- Grendel's mother, mother of the above Grendel
- Grendel (novel), a novel by John Gardner that retells Beowulf from Grendel's point of view
- Beowulf and Grendel (book), a 2005 book by John Grigsby
- "Grendel" (short story), a short story by Larry Niven written in 1968
- Grendel (comics), comic books by Matt Wagner featuring a fictional assassin called Grendel
- Grendels, a predatory alien species in the science-fiction novels The Legacy of Heorot and Beowulf's Children
- Grendel (band), a Netherlands-based dark electro/hard EBM band
- Grendel (opera), an opera composed by Elliot Goldenthal and directed by Julie Taymor
- "Grendel", a song by Marillion, B-side to their first single "Market Square Heroes"
- "Grendel", a song on the album Diary by Sunny Day Real Estate
- Grendel (film), a made-for-television motion picture adaptation of the Beowulf poem produced by the Sci Fi Channel
- Grendel Grendel Grendel, an animated film based on John Gardner's novel and starring Peter Ustinov
- Beowulf & Grendel, a 2005 film
- Grendel, the Holy City in the Scrapped Princess anime
- Grendel, a species in the artificial life computer program Creatures
- Mozilla Grendel, a Java-based e-mail and Usenet client
- The NSDF designation given to the Soviet bomber class ship in Battlezone
- Grendal, a character in the computer game Mace: The Dark Age
- Grendel Alvarado, a Philippine fashion model
- Erik Grendel, a Slovakian footballer
- Grendel Briarton, a pseudonym for author Reginald Bretnor
- Grendel, a superheavyweight combat robot in BattleBots
- 6.5mm Grendel, a rifle cartridge developed by Alexander Arms
- Grendel Inc., a United States firearms manufacturer which produced among others:
- Grendel's Den, a bar and restaurant in Cambridge, Massachusetts, U.S.
- Mount Grendal, a mountain in Antarctica
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