What will be the collective noun of collection of leopards?
The word for a group of leopards is 'leap.' So, you could say, 'a leap of leopards.'
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The collective noun is a drift of snow leopards.
A collective noun is a word to group a plural noun for people orthings. The word 'her' is a pronoun , a word that takes theplace on a noun for a female, one female. There …isno collective noun of one person.
A spot of leopards would work. Collective nouns are not set in concrete; any noun suitable for the context can be used as a collective noun. A noun is not inherently a collect…ive noun; a noun is determined to be a collective noun by its use in grouping people or things. The standard collective nouns for leopards are a leap of leopards (also spelled 'leep' or 'lepe') and a keep of leopards.
A collective noun for daffodils is the same as the collective nounfor flowers, a bouquet of daffodils.
The noun 'collection' is a standard collective noun for acollection of stamps (or the plural, collections of stamps), acollection of objects (or things). A collective noun is… an informal part of language. The noun'collection' lends itself very well to many situations where thereis no standard collective noun, for example, a collection of ideas,a collection of parts, a collection of bottle caps, etc.
There is no specific collective noun for "collective nouns." However, I have seen a list of collective nouns and a page of collective nouns.
The collective noun is a stock of goods.
The collective noun is a collection of collections.
The collective nouns for leopards are: . a leap of leopards (also spelled 'leep' or 'lepe') . a keep of leopards.
The most common collective nouns for animals are a flock of birds,a school of fish, a swarm of insects. Most collective nouns foranimals are specific for a type of animal, for… example: . a colony of ants . a flock of ducks . a sloth of bears . a pod of whales . a hive of bees . a herd of buffalo . a bed of clams . a pack of wolves . a flamboyance of flamingos . a knot of frogs
A collective noun is a word used to group people or things takentogether as one whole in a descriptive way. The word 'collection' works very well as a collective noun formman…y kinds of things, for example, a collection of stamps, acollection of shoes, a collection of cars, etc.
In Collective Nouns
Yes, the noun 'collection' is a standard collective noun for acollection of objects and a collection of stamps .
No, the word 'have' is a verb (have, has, having, had),meaning to possess, to own, to experience. A noun is a word for a person, a place, or a thing. A collective noun is a… noun used to group people or things in adescriptive way. Examples: My mother made a pie . (the noun 'mother' is a wordfor a person, the noun 'pie' is a word for a thing) My mother made a batch of pies . (the noun 'batch' is acollective noun used to group a number of pies) We will have pie for dinner.
In Collective Nouns
There is no standard collective noun for a group of collections. Collective nouns are an informal part of language. Any noun that issuitable to the context can function as a c…ollective noun; forexample, a collection of collections, an abundance ofcollections, a library of collections, etc.
In Animal Life
A group of leopards is called a 'leap.' If you wish to add anumber, for example, seven, it would be: 'A leap of sevenleopards.'
In Animal Life
A group of pearls is usually called a 'string.' So you would have a'string of pearls.'