Mutton (disambiguation)

Mutton (disambiguation)

Mutton usually refers to sheepmeat.

Mutton may also refer to:

  • Goat meat, used interchangeably with mutton in some Asian and Indian cooking
  • "Mutton quad", or "em quad", a space of 1 em width in typography

People

  • Guy Mutton (born 1976), an Australian singer
  • John Mutton (born 1947), an English politician
  • Kirby Mutton (born 1984), Australian netball player
  • Les Mutton, a fictional character in the TV series Zeroman

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