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Yes, the word 'chant' is both a noun (chant, chants) and a verb (chant, chants, chanting, chanted). Examples:

Noun: He recited a chant his mother would say to put him to sleep as a child.

Verb: The crowd began to chant, 'Go, Jimmy, go!".

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