Grunt

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Grunt, grunts, or grunting may refer to:

Sound and music[edit]

  • A deep guttural, sound
  • Grunting (tennis), in tennis refers to the loud noise, sometimes described as "shrieking" or "screaming", made by some players during their strokes
  • Death grunt, the death metal singing style
  • Grunt Records, a vanity label founded in 1971 by Jefferson Airplane and distributed by RCA Records
  • "The Grunt", a 1970 instrumental recording by The J.B.'s

Food and animals[edit]

  • A jug of 32 ounces of liquid, half a growler (usually beer)
  • A food preparation similar to a cobbler
  • A family of fishes, also known as Haemulidae
  • Grunt-fish, the only member of the fish family Rhamphocottidae

Technology[edit]

Military[edit]

Games[edit]

Many games use the "simple soldier" meaning:

Fiction[edit]

Other uses[edit]

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