What does Grunt mean?

A slang name for Marine or Army infantrymen. Its origin began during the WWII, and some joke it's an acronym that means "General Replacement Unit, Not Trained,"

Grunt

Other definitions of Grunt:

  • A deep or guttural noise that is uttered during hard labor.
  • A berry cobbler-like dish served in the American East coast as dessert.
  • A low-rank, unskilled soldier or other worker who is given labor that is not mentally challenging.

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How to use the term Grunt:

  • We'll get some grunts to dig a latrine pit so we can get established.

  • I heard you grunt really loud when you were digging that pit.

  • A blackberry grunt with some ice cream sounds lovely.


More slang terms:

SM

SM

Senior Moment

RRFABL

RRFABL

Red Roses for a Blue Lady

LATWTTB

LATWTTB

laughing all the way to the bank