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Definition funny of Chaunt:
The navajo word for shit
You chaunt in my cereal, you bastard!
The larger variety of intervaginal meat folds. Can be used as an adjective, noun, pronoun (see douchebag), or verb.
"Dude stop being such a fucking chaunt" -noun "That asswipe is the King of Chaunt" -pronoun "This chick needs to stop being so chaunty, or I might call Beauvice and run train on her" -adjective "Fuck this, we just got chaunted" -verb
Songs about Chaunt:
King Arthur: The Chaunt of the Grail by Margaret MacDonald from the Album Sullivan: MacBeth / King Arthur / Merry Wifes Of Windsor
Sing We and Chaunt It by The Royal Air Force Brize Norton Singers from the Album Here, There and Everywhere
Sing we and chaunt it by The Pre-Raphaelite Singer from the Album Robert Lucas Pearsall: Lay a Garland
Sing we and chaunt it (4-Part): Sing we and chaunt it (4-Part) by Bath Camerata from the Album Why Do The Roses - Romantic Songs
Sing we and chaunt it (8-part): Sing we and chaunt it (8-part) by Bath Camerata from the Album Why Do The Roses - Romantic Songs
The Southrons' Chaunt of Defiance by Armand Edward Blackmar from the Album The Civil War Songbook Vol 1
The Southrons' Chaunt of Defiance by Robert Trentham from the Album Epitaph - A Collection of Civil War Songs
Books about Chaunt:
Chaunt of the Cholera: Songs for Ireland by O'Hara Family (Jun 4, 2011)
A Chaunt Of Life: And Other Poems, With Sketches And Essays by Ralph Hoyt (Aug 16, 2011)
Chaunt v. U. S. U.S. Supreme Court Transcript of Record with Supporting Pleadings by JOSEPH FORER, J LEE RANKIN and Additional Contributors (Oct 28, 2011)
Chaunt Of The Cholera: Songs For Ireland (1831) by John Banim and Michael Banim (Sep 10, 2010)
A Chaunt Of Life, And Others Poems, Part 1: With Sketches And Essays (1844) by Ralph Hoyt (Sep 10, 2010)
Chaunt Of The Cholera: Songs For Ireland (1831) by Banim, John, Banim, Michael published by Kessinger Publishing... (Sep 10, 2010)
Chaunt - Viola Sheet Music by Henry Mollicone (1971)