Grendel

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Gren·del

 (grĕn′dl)
n.
The male monster, descended from Cain, slain by Beowulf in the Old English epic Beowulf.
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Grendel

(ˈɡrɛndəl)
n
(European Myth & Legend) (in Old English legend) a man-eating monster defeated by the hero Beowulf
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Gren•del

(ˈgrɛn dl)

n.
the monster killed by Beowulf in the Old English poem Beowulf.
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Do you still get fans calling out for Grendle? They rarely ask for that these days and I think when they do it's more of an in joke sort of thing.
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