What is the collective noun for Horse?
- Rag (colts)
- Rake (colts)
- A team of Horses
- A harras of Horses
- A stable of Horses
- A troop of Horses
- A Rag of Horses
- A rake of Horses
- A string of Horses
- A Herd of Horses
Team: Two or more animals that are used together to pull a cart.
Stable: A building where horses are kept.
Troop: To walk somewhere as a unit.
Herd: A group of animals of the same type that live and feed together.
Definition of Horse:
What is the collective noun for Wolve?
The collective nouns for Wolves are:
You can say:
- A pack of Wolves
- A rout of Wolves
- A route of Wolves
- A Herd of Wolves
Pack: A group of animal.
Route: A way that follow to get from one place to another.
Herd: A same group of animals.
Definition of Wolves:
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