crunt

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From Latin cruentus.

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crunt m or n (feminine singular cruntă, masculine plural crunți, feminine and neuter plural crunte)

  1. bloody, inhuman, terrible, awful, dreadful
  2. cruel, brutal, violent

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Noun[edit]

crunt (plural crunts)

  1. A blow to the head.