noun of assemblage
Definition - A type of collective noun used for particular groupings of beings, such as animals - e.g. an exaltation of larks.

Notes:
1. The source for many of the most famous of these is the Book of St. Albans (1486), purportedly written by Juliana Berners. Some nouns of assemblage derived from it are:
pride of lions, murder of crows, parliament of rooks, murmuration of starlings, shrewdness of apes, and gaggle of geese.



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