14 Funny and Weird Collective Nouns from the English Language

When you work with Google all day, you tend to stumble upon some funny queries that people search for.

It happened to me yesterday, when Google Suggest churned out: “my butler disappeared”. Turns out, the term is related to disappearing butlers in The Sims 3.

Out of context, words and phrases can be weird. And our love for the English language here recently took me and our graphic designer down the road of collective nouns.

We thought we’d create this funny list for you and bring them to life with illustrations … for no real reason other than to make you smile at the end of a hard week.

Did you know the collective noun for butlers is a ‘sneer of butlers’? Harsh.

See if you like them and share your personal favourites in the comments (if our designer gets the time, she might just create a new illustration for you)

A Bike of Bees

a bike of bees

Collective Noun for Bees – A Bike of Bees

It’s amusing to imagine a swarm of bees flying in bicycle formation, but the real reason this is a collective noun for bees is because the word “bike” is an old English word which means a colony, nest, or swarm.

Source: www.askoxford.com/asktheexperts/collective/h/

A Family of Sardines

a family of sardines

Collective Noun for Sardines is a Family of Sardines

We love this one because it calls to mind images of a nuclear family of small fish. We’re not sure of the origin of this collective noun (though we think it could be related to the tin-can they end up in!).

Source: http://www.dw.com/en/what-do-you-call-a-group-of-sardines/a-18250945

A Glaring of Cats

a glaring of cats

One of the Collective Nouns for Cats is a Glaring of Cats

The definition of glaring is “having a fixed look of hostility, fierceness, or anger”, which accurately describes how my cat looks at me pretty much all of the time. We can see why this collective noun was chosen for cats!

Source: http://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/glaring

A Rhumba of Rattlesnakes

a rhumba of rattlesnakes

Collective Noun for Rattlesnakes is a Rhumba of Rattlesnakes

If you’ve ever seen two male rattlesnakes fighting in competition for dominance of a female, you’ll understand why a “rhumba” has been used as the collective noun for this venomous reptile. There’s a lot of slow, deliberate weaving followed by quick, sharp movements that closely resemble the slow-quick-quick pattern of the American Rhumba dance.

Source: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Rhumba

GIF: https://j.gifs.com/kR2W16.gif

A Mess of Iguanas

a mess of iguanas

To understand why a group of iguanas is called a “mess”, you just need to look. In the wild, iguanas lie intertwined in large groups and it can be difficult to see where one iguana ends and another begins. The reason for this is that iguanas are cold-blooded so they regulate their body temperature by basking in the sun.

An Army of Caterpillars

an army of catapillers

This collective noun likely describes the behaviours exhibited by caterpillars when they travel in large groups. What’s great about these armies of caterpillars is that they’re incredibly well organised. They participate in cooperative foraging for food, group defence against predators, shelter building & thermoregulation.

Source: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Social_caterpillars

A Nest of Rumours

a nest of rumours

A nest of rumours is the only collective noun on this list that’s not related to animals. We love this one because it evokes the image of a hidey-hole where scandalous information is being amassed – undoubtedly for later use.

Source: http://users.tinyonline.co.uk/gswithenbank/collnoun.htm

A Gang of Elks

a gang of elk

Yes, a group of elk is called a gang. Yes, the elk in the image above are carrying guns and sporting bandanas. Groups of elk may have been labelled as gangs because elk bulls do something called ‘bugling’ – loud screaming which can be heard for miles and miles. What a bunch of thugs!

Source: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Elk#Behavior

A Huddle of Walruses

a huddle of walruses

A group of walruses can also be called a ‘herd’ or a ‘pod’, but we like ‘huddle’ best. Walruses are most often found sunbathing on land or sea ice with hundreds of their companions. Walruses are very sociable creatures and even amass in their thousands in mating season. What’s also interesting is that these huddles are often segregated by gender –males have their own huddles and females have their own huddles.

Source: http://www.livescience.com/27442-walrus-facts.html

A Bed of Clams

a bed of clams

A group of clams is known collectively as a ‘bed’ of clams. This collective noun conjured up an image of hundreds of clams cosily sleeping side-by-side. ‘A bed of’ can also be used to describe a group of snakes, oysters or flowers.

Source: http://users.tinyonline.co.uk/gswithenbank/collnoun.htm

A Shiver of Sharks

a shiver of sharks

One of our favourite collective nouns on the list is the name for a group of sharks – a ‘shiver’. We think it could be suggestive of what happens to a person who stumbles across a group of sharks while out swimming. Or it could relate to the fact that most sharks are cold-blooded.

Source: http://users.tinyonline.co.uk/gswithenbank/collnoun.htm

A Crash of Rhinoceroses

a crash of rhinos

One of the best and most well-known of all collective nouns is a ‘crash’ of rhinoceroses. Rhinos gather on the African grassy plains in groups of up to twelve. However, the collective noun was most likely inspired by the rhino’s tendency to charge at anything unfamiliar, although fights between rhinos are rare because male rhinos (or bulls) tend to avoid each other unless they are competing for the same female.

Source: http://www.africa-wildlife-detective.com/black-rhino.html

A Horde of Hamsters

a horde of hamsters

What makes this collective noun so hilarious is that it conjures up images of an army or tribe of primitive warriors. We’d be far more likely to relate a ‘horde’ of something with a group of zombies, goblins or orcs – not a group of small, fluffy rodents!

Source: http://users.tinyonline.co.uk/gswithenbank/collnoun.htm

A Kindle of Kittens

a kindle of kittens

The collective noun for a group of kittens is known as a kindle. It relates to the verb to kindle which means ‘to give birth to young’. But we thought it would be fun anyway to visualise a group of kittens climbing out of an e-reader.

Source: http://users.tinyonline.co.uk/gswithenbank/collnoun.htm

Collective Nouns List

Want more collective nouns? Here’s a list of collective nouns for every animal we could find…

 

Animal

Collective Noun

In It’s Written Context

A

 

 

Aardvark

armoury

an armoury of aardvark

Albatrosses

flock

a flock of albatrosses

Albatrosses

rookery

a rookery of albatrosses

Albatrosses

gam

a gam of albatrosses

Alligators

congregation

a congregation of alligators

Alpacas

herd

a herd of alpaca

Ants

army

an army of ants

Ants

bike

a bike of ants

Ants

colony

a colony of ants

Ants

nest

a nest of ants

Ants

swarm

a swarm of ants

Anteaters

candle

a candle of anteaters

Antelope

herd

a herd of antelope

Antelope

cluster

a cluster of antelope

Antelope

tribe

a tribe of antelope

Apes

shrewdness

a shrewdness of apes

Apes

troop

a troop of apes

Armadillos

roll

a roll of armadillos

B

 

 

Baboons

flange

a flange of baboons

Baboons

troop

a troop of baboons

Badgers

cete

a cete of badgers

Badgers

colony

a colony of badgers

Barracudas

school

a school of barracudas

Bats

cloud

a cloud of bats

Bats

colony

a colony of bats

Bats

flock

a flock of bats

Bears

sleuth

a sleuth of bears

Bears

sloth

a sloth of bears

Beavers

family

a family of beavers

Beavers

colony

a colony of beavers

Bees

bike

a bike of bees

Bees

cast

a cast of bees

Bees

cluster

a cluster of bees

Bees

colony

a colony of bees

Bees

drift

a drift of bees

Bees

erst

an erst of bees

Bees

grist

a grist of bees

Bees

hive

a hive of bees

Bees

nest

a nest of bees

Bees

rabble

a rabble of bees

Bees

stand

a stand of bees

Bees

swarm

a swarm of bees

Birds (generic)

flock

a flock of birds (generic)

Bison

herd

a herd of bison

Boar

herd

a herd of boar

Boar

sounder

a sounder of boar

Buffalo

herd

a herd of buffalo

Buffalo

troop

a troop of buffalo

Buffalo

gang

a gang of buffalo

Buffalo

obstinancy

an obstinancy of buffalo

Butterflies

flight

a flight of butterflies

Butterflies

flutter

a flutter of butterflies

Butterflies

rabble

a rabble of butterflies

C

 

 

Camels

caravan

a caravan of camels

Camels

flock

a flock of camels

Camels

herd

a herd of camels

Camels

train

a train of camels

Caribou

herd

a herd of caribou

Cassowary

dash

a dash of cassowary

Cats

clowder

a clowder of cats

Cats

cluster

a cluster of cats

Cats

clutter

a clutter of cats

Cats

glaring

a glaring of cats

Cats

pounce

a pounce of cats

Kittens

kindle

a kindle of kittens

Kittens

litter

a litter of kittens

Caterpillar

army

an army of caterpillar

Cattle

herd

a herd of cattle

Cattle

drove

a drove of cattle

Cattle

yoke

a yoke of cattle

Cattle

team

a team of cattle

Chamois

herd

a herd of chamois

Cheetahs

coalition

a coalition of cheetahs

Chickens

flock

a flock of chickens

Chickens

brood

a brood of chickens

Chickens

peep

a peep of chickens

Chickens

clutch

a clutch of chickens

Chinchillas

colony

a colony of chinchillas

Choughs

chattering

a chattering of choughs

Choughs

clattering

a clattering of choughs

Clams

bed

a bed of clams

Coatis

troop

a troop of coatis

Cobras

quiver

a quiver of cobras

Cockroaches

intrusion

an intrusion of cockroaches

Cod

school

a school of cod

Cormorants

gulp

a gulp of cormorants

Cormorants

flight

a flight of cormorants

Coyotes

pack

a pack of coyotes

Crabs

cast

a cast of crabs

Cranes

herd

a herd of cranes

Cranes

sedge

a sedge of cranes

Cranes

sege

a sege of cranes

Cranes

siege

a siege of cranes

Crocodiles

bask

a bask of crocodiles

Crocodiles

congregation

a congregation of crocodiles

Crocodiles

float

a float of crocodiles

Crocodiles

nest

a nest of crocodiles

Crow

murder

a murder of crow

Curlew

herd

a herd of curlew

D

 

 

Deer

bunch

a bunch of deer

Deer

herd

a herd of deer

Deer

mob

a mob of deer

Deer

rangale

a rangale of deer

Dinosaurs

herd

a herd of dinosaurs

Dinosaurs

pack

a pack of dinosaurs

Dogs (wild)

pack

a pack  of dogs (wild)

Dogs

kennel

a kennel of dogs

Dogs

mute

a mute of dogs

Dogs (young)

litter

a litter of dogs (young)

Dogs (curs)

cowardice

a cowardice of dogs (curs)

Dogs (boxers)

comedy

a comedy of dogs (boxers)

Dogs (hounds)

cry

a cry of dogs (hounds)

Dogfish

troop

a troop of dogfish

Dolphins

school

a school of dolphins

Dolphins

pod

a pod of dolphins

Dolphins

herd

a herd of dolphins

Dolphins

team

a team of dolphins

Donkeys

herd

a herd of donkeys

Donkeys

coffle

a coffle of donkeys

Donkeys

drove

a drove of donkeys

Donkeys

pace

a pace of donkeys

Dotterels

trip

a trip of dotterels

Doves

arc

an arc of doves

Doves

cote

a cote of doves

Doves

dole

a dole of doves

Doves

dule

a dule of doves

Doves

flight

a flight of doves

Doves

piteousness

a piteousness of doves

Doves

pitying

a pitying of doves

Dragonflies

cluster

a cluster of dragonflies

Dragonflies

flight

a flight of dragonflies

Ducks (or Mallards)

flock

a flock of ducks (or mallards)

Ducks (or Mallards)

herd

a herd of ducks (or mallards)

Ducks (or Mallards)

badling

a badling of ducks (or mallards)

Ducks (or Mallards)

brace

a brace of ducks (or mallards)

Ducks (or Mallards)

safe

a safe of ducks (or mallards)

Ducks (or Mallards)

sord

a sord of ducks (or mallards)

Ducks (or Mallards)

sore

a sore of ducks (or mallards)

Ducks (or Mallards)

waddling

a waddling of ducks (or mallards)

Ducks (or Mallards)

bunch

a bunch of ducks (or mallards)

Ducks (or Mallards)

paddling

a paddling of ducks (or mallards)

Ducks (or Mallards)

raft

a raft of ducks (or mallards)

Ducks (or Mallards)

skein

a skein of ducks (or mallards)

Ducks (or Mallards)

string

a string of ducks (or mallards)

Ducks (or Mallards)

team

a team of ducks (or mallards)

Ducks (or Mallards)

herd

a herd of ducks (or mallards)

Dugongs

fling

a fling of dugongs

E

 

 

Eagles

convocation

a convocation of eagles

Echidnas

train

a train of echidnas

Eels

bed

a bed of eels

Eels

swarm

a swarm of eels

Elands

herd

a herd of elands

Elephants

herd

a herd of elephants

Elephants

memory

a memory of elephants

Elephant seals

herd

a herd of elephant seals

Elephant seals

pack

a pack of elephant seals

Elk

gang

a gang of elk

Elk

herd

a herd of elk

Emus

mob

a mob of emus

F

 

 

Falcons

cast

a cast of falcons

Ferrets

busyness

a busyness of ferrets

Ferrets

business

a business of ferrets

Finches

charm

a charm of finches

Fish

school

a school of fish

Flamingos

stand

a stand of flamingos

Flies

business

a business of flies

Flies

cloud

a cloud of flies

Flies

swarm

a swarm of flies

Foxes

leash

a leash of foxes

Foxes

skulk

a skulk of foxes

Frogs

army

an army of frogs

G

 

 

Gaurs

herd

a herd of gaurs

Gazelle

herd

a herd of gazelle

Gerbils

horde

a horde of gerbils

Giant pandas

sleuth

a sleuth of giant pandas

Giraffes

herd

a herd of giraffes

Giraffes

corps

a corps of giraffes

Giraffes

tower

a tower of giraffes

Gnats

cloud

a cloud of gnats

Gnats

horde

a horde of gnats

Gnats

rabble

a rabble of gnats

Gnats

swarm

a swarm of gnats

Gnus

herd

a herd of gnus

Gnus

implausibility

an implausibility of gnus

Goats

herd

a herd of goats

Goats

flock

a flock of goats

Goats

tribe

a tribe of goats

Goats

trip

a trip of goats

Goats

trippe

a trippe of goats

Goldfinches

charm

a charm of goldfinches

Goosanders

dopping

a dopping of goosanders

Geese

flock

a flock of geese

Geese

gaggle

a gaggle of geese

Geese

plump

a plump of geese

Geese

skein

a skein of geese

Geese

team

a team of geese

Geese

wedge

a wedge of geese

Gorillas

band

a band of gorillas

Gorillas

troop

a troop of gorillas

Gorillas

whoop

a whoop of gorillas

Goshawks

flight

a flight of goshawks

Grasshoppers

cloud

a cloud of grasshoppers

Grasshoppers

swarm

a swarm of grasshoppers

Grouse

covey

a covey of grouse

Grouse

pack

a pack of grouse

Guanacos

herd

a herd of guanacos

Guinea fowl

rasp

a rasp of guinea fowl

Guinea fowl

flock

a flock of guinea fowl

Guinea pigs

herd

a herd of guinea pigs

Gulls

colony

a colony of gulls

Gulls

flock

a flock of gulls

H

 

 

Hamsters

horde

a horde of hamsters

Hares

band

a band of hares

Hares

down

a down of hares

Hares

drove

a drove of hares

Hares

flick

a flick of hares

Hares

husk

a husk of hares

Hawks

cast

a cast of hawks

Hawks

aerie

an aerie of hawks

Hawks

staff

a staff of hawks

Hawks

leash

a leash of hawks

Hawks

flight

a flight of hawks

Hawks

flock

a flock of hawks

Hawks

Migrating in large groups

a migrating in large groups of hawks

Hawks

kettle

a kettle of hawks

Hawks

boil

a boil of hawks

Hawks

cauldron

a cauldron of hawks

Hedgehogs

array

an array of hedgehogs

Herons

flight

a flight of herons

Herons

sedge

a sedge of herons

Herons

sege

a sege of herons

Herons

siege

a siege of herons

Herring

army

an army of herring

Herring

glean

a glean of herring

Herring

shoal

a shoal of herring

Hippopotami

bloat

a bloat of hippopotami

Hippopotami

herd

a herd of hippopotami

Hippopotami

thunder

a thunder of hippopotami

Hornets

bike

a bike of hornets

Hornets

nest

a nest of hornets

Hornets

swarm

a swarm of hornets

Horses

stable

a stable of horses

Horses

stud

a stud of horses

Horses

harras

a harras of horses

Horses (wild horses)

herd

a herd of horses (wild horses)

Horses (wild horses)

band

a band of horses (wild horses)

Horses (work horses)

team

a team  of horses (work horses)

Horses (colts)

rag

a rag  of horses (colts)

Horses (ponies)

string

a string  of horses (ponies)

Horses (racehorses)

field

a field  of horses (racehorses)

Hummingbirds

charm

a charm of hummingbirds

Hyenas

cackle

a cackle of hyenas

I

 

 

Iguanas

mess

a mess of iguanas

J

 

 

Jackals

pack

a pack of jackals

Jaguars

prowl

a prowl of jaguars

Jaguars

leap

a leap of jaguars

Jays

band

a band of jays

Jays

party

a party of jays

Jays

scold

a scold of jays

Jellyfish

bloom

a bloom of jellyfish

Jellyfish

brood

a brood of jellyfish

Jellyfish

fluther

a fluther of jellyfish

Jellyfish

smack

a smack of jellyfish

Jellyfish

smuth

a smuth of jellyfish

K

 

 

Kangaroos

court

a court of kangaroos

Kangaroos

herd

a herd of kangaroos

Kangaroos

troop

a troop of kangaroos

Kangaroos

mob

a mob of kangaroos

Kinkajous

troop

a troop of kinkajous

Kinkajous

convergence

a convergence of kinkajous

Komodo dragons

bank

a bank of komodo dragons

Koupreys

herd

a herd of koupreys

Kudus

herd

a herd of kudus

L

 

 

Lapwings

deceit

a deceit of lapwings

Lapwings

desert

a desert of lapwings

Larks

exaltation

an exaltation of larks

Lemurs

conspiracy

a conspiracy of lemurs

Leopards

leap

a leap of leopards

Leopards

lepe

a lepe of leopards

Lions

pride

a pride of lions

Lions

sawt

a sawt of lions

Llamas

herd

a herd of llamas

Llamas

flock

a flock of llamas

Lobsters

risk

a risk of lobsters

Locusts

cloud

a cloud of locusts

Locusts

host

a host of locusts

Locusts

swarm

a swarm of locusts

Lorises

colony

a colony of lorises

Lice

colony

a colony of lice

M

 

 

Magpies

flock

a flock of magpies

Mallards

sord

a sord of mallards

Mallards

suit

a suit of mallards

Mammoths

herd

a herd of mammoths

Mammoths

pack

a pack of mammoths

Manatees

herd

a herd of manatees

Mandrills

horde

a horde of mandrills

Mink

richness

a richness of mink

Mole

company

a company of mole

Mongooses

troop

a troop of mongooses

Mongooses

committee

a committee of mongooses

Mongooses

delegation

a delegation of mongooses

Monkeys

troop

a troop of monkeys

Moose

herd

a herd of moose

Mice

colony

a colony of mice

Mice

nest

a nest of mice

Mosquitoes

swarm

a swarm of mosquitoes

Mosquitoes

cloud

a cloud of mosquitoes

N

 

 

Narwhal

blessing

a blessing of narwhal

Nightingales

flock

a flock of nightingales

O

 

 

Octopus

consortium

a consortium of octopi

Okapis

herd

a herd of okapis

Opossums

passel

a passel of opossums

Ostriches

flock

a flock of ostriches

Ostriches

troop

a troop of ostriches

Otters

romp

a romp of otters

Otters

bevy

a bevy of otters

Otters

family

a family of otters

Otters

raft

a raft of otters

Owls

parliament

a parliament of owls

Oysters

bed

a bed of oysters

P

 

 

Panthers

claw

a claw of panthers

Parrots

flock

a flock of parrots

Partridges

covey

a covey of partridges

Pelicans

pod

a pod of pelicans

Penguins (on land)

waddle

a waddle of penguins (on land)

Penguins (in water)

raft

a raft of penguins (in water)

Penguins

rookery

a rookery of penguins

Penguins

colony

a colony of penguins

Penguins

huddle

a huddle of penguins

Pheasants

flock

a flock of pheasants

Pheasants

bouquet

a bouquet of pheasants

Pheasants

nest

a nest of pheasants

Pheasants

nide

a nide of pheasants

Pheasants

nye

a nye of pheasants

Pigs

drift

a drift of pigs

Pigs

drove

a drove of pigs

Piglets

litter

a litter of piglets

Pigeons

flock

a flock of pigeons

Pigeons

flight

a flight of pigeons

Pigeons

kit

a kit of pigeons

Polar bears

aurora

an aurora of polar bears

Polar bears

celebration

a celebration of polar bears

Polar bears

pack

a pack of polar bears

Porcupines

prickle

a prickle of porcupines

Porpoises

pod

a pod of porpoises

Porpoises

school

a school of porpoises

Porpoises

shoal

a shoal of porpoises

Prairie dogs

town

a town of prairie dogs

Q

 

 

Quails

bevy

a bevy of quails

Quelea

flock

a flock of quelea

Quetzals

flock

a flock of quetzals

R

 

 

Rabbits

nest

a nest of rabbits

Rabbits (young)

litter

a litter of rabbits (young)

Rabbits (young)

wrack

a wrack of rabbits (young)

Raccoons

gaze

a gaze of raccoons

Raccoons

nursery

a nursery of raccoons

Raccoons

committee

a committee of raccoons

Raccoons

smack

a smack of raccoons

Raccoons

brace

a brace of raccoons

Raccoons

troop

a troop of raccoons

Rams

flock

a flock of rams

Rats

colony

a colony of rats

Rats

horde

a horde of rats

Rats

mischief

a mischief of rats

Rattlesnakes

rhumba

a rhumba of rattlesnakes

Ravens

unkindness

an unkindness of ravens

Red deer

herd

a herd of red deer

Red pandas

pack

a pack of red pandas

Reindeer (caribou)

herd

a herd of reindeer (caribou)

Rhinoceroses

herd

a herd of rhinoceroses

Rhinoceroses

crash

a crash of rhinoceroses

Rooks

building

a building of rooks

Rooks

parliament

a parliament of rooks

Rumours

nest

a nest of rumours

S

 

 

Salamanders

band

a band of salamanders

Salmon

bind

a bind of salmon

Salmon

leap

a leap of salmon

Salmon

run

a run of salmon

Salmon

draught

a draught of salmon

Sandpipers

fling

a fling of sandpipers

Sardines

family

a family  of sardines

Sea lions

pod

a pod of sea lions

Seahorses

shoal

a shoal of seahorses

Seals

herd

a herd of seals

Seals

pod

a pod of seals

Seals

rookery

a rookery of seals

Sharks

shiver

a shiver of sharks

Sheep

flock

a flock of sheep

Sheep

fold

a fold of sheep

Sheep

herd

a herd of sheep

Shrews

colony

a colony of shrews

Shrews

drove

a drove of shrews

Skunks

surfeit

a surfeit of skunks

Sloths

bed

a bed of sloths

Snails

escargatoire

an escargatoire of snails

Snails

rout

a rout of snails

Snails

walk

a walk of snails

Snakes

nest

a nest of snakes

Snakes

ball

a ball of snakes

Spiders

cluster

a cluster of spiders

Spiders

clutter

a clutter of spiders

Squirrels

scurry

a scurry of squirrels

Squirrels

dray

a dray of squirrels

Starlings

chattering

a chattering of starlings

Starlings

murmuration

a murmuration of starlings

Swans

flock lamentation

a flock lamentation of swans

T

 

 

Tapir

herd

a herd of tapir

Tarsiers

herd

a herd of tarsiers

Termites

colony

a colony of termites

Termites

nest

a nest of termites

Termites

swarm

a swarm of termites

Tigers

ambush

an ambush of tigers

Tigers

streak

a streak of tigers

Toads

knot

a knot of toads

Turkeys

rafter

a rafter of turkeys

Turtles

bale

a bale of turtles

V

 

 

Vicuñas

posse

a posse of vicuñas

Vicuñas

herd

a herd of vicuñas

W

 

 

Wallabies

mob

a mob of wallabies

Walruses

huddle

a huddle of walruses

Walruses

herd

a herd of walruses

Walruses

flock

a flock of walruses

Wasps

swarm

a swarm of wasps

Wasps

hive

a hive of wasps

Wasps

colony

a colony of wasps

Wasps

nest

a nest of wasps

Water buffalo

herd

a herd of water buffalo

Weasels

gang

a gang of weasels

Weasels

sneak

a sneak of weasels

Whales

pod

a pod of whales

Whales

school

a school of whales

Wolves

pack

a pack of wolves

Wolverines

pack

a pack of wolverines

Wombats

peregrine

a peregrine of wombats

Wrens

herd

a herd of wrens

Y

 

 

Yaks

herd

a herd of yaks

Z

 

 

Zebras

herd

a herd of zebras

Zebras

cohort

a cohort of zebras

Zebras

dazzle

a dazzle  of zebras

Zebras

zeal

a zeal of zebras

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