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In Geese

What is a gaggle?

A gaggle is a crowd of loud people or a noisy group or gathering. A  gaggle is a flock of geese.
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In Geese

Does a goose gaggle?

Gaggle is not something a goose does it is the word for a large group of geese.
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In Geese

Gaggle of geese?

A gaggle of geese refers to a huddle of geese that are on the  ground nesting, or not in flight. Geese that are in group fight are  called a skein.

Why is it named gaggle?

Coined along with many other collective nouns in 15th century, possibly from Old Norse gagl "goose", or from Middle English where the word meant "mindless chatter" usually app (MORE)
In Numbers

What is the number gaggle?

gaggle is a flock of geese, googol though is a number which is a large number followed by many zeros such as 10100
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In Grammar

Is gaggle an adjective?

No it is not. It is a collective noun for a group of geese, or  metaphorically any large group (e.g. a gaggle of photographers).
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In Grammar

Which type of word is gaggle?

The word gaggle is a singular, common, concrete  noun, a word for a noisy, disorderly group of  people or a collective noun for a flock of geese; a word for a  thing.
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In Grammar

What noun is gaggle?

The noun 'gaggle' is a singular, common, concrete noun; a word for  a thing.   The noun 'gaggle' is a standard collective noun for a group of  geese.
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