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Could be tappets. If it happens when the car is stationary, clutch in, it has to be the engine, and is most likely to be a blocked hydraulic lifter. If you pop the bonnet and it sounds like you have an army of mice hammering the top end, that's tappets. Generally worse when cold. The cure for ours was Forte oil flush, then change oil,which has fixed it completely.
If it happens when the car is stationary, clutch out, then it is something in the gearbox, no idea, never had a gearbox problem.
Grumbling and tapping from under your feet - drive shaft CV joints. They will get worse as you apply power, and get worse as you corner. I have an inner CV on the way out at the moment, it is making the change from "grumbling only when slapping the power down in a left hand bend" to "constant grumbling". Hopefull the parts are arriving today. Cure: remove driveshaft, replace CVs.