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What is a collective noun of geese?
Last Updated: 13th June, 2020
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Keeping this in view, is a gaggle of geese?
Gaggle is a "term of venery" from the middleages, and refers to geese on the ground, usually a captiveflock of domestic geese. A group flying was called a skein.Nowadays, flock is the correct generic term for a mob of wildgeese or most other birds.
Also, what is the collective noun of ship? A collective noun is a word for a group ofspecific items, animals or people. For example collectivenouns for ships are: Fleet of Ships and Armada ofShips.
Herein, what is the collective noun for insects?
Collective nouns for invertebrates (including insects,molluscs etc.)
|Insects (general)||Horde, Nest, Plague, Rabble, Swarm|
What is the collective noun of stars?
Answer and Explanation: A collective noun that can be used to name agroup of stars is a 'constellation' or an 'asterism.' To bean 'asterism,' the group of stars has tobe