Word Wizardry!: The Stokes-Whibley Natural Index Of Supernatural Collective Nouns
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Have you ever wondered what to call a specific group of something? Not me, I just call everything a group of whatever it is (i.e. "This party is a group of all wieners"). But apparently there are even more specific "collective nouns" (half of which are make-believe) for things that you can use if you're intelligent. Me? I'm not even gonna pretend. Except I do happen to know a group of crows is called a murder. "Oh shit, tell us more, GW!" And I wish I could, but I'd have to crow-orgy your ass (I think I'm getting the hang of this!).
The Stokes-Whibley Natural Index Of Supernatural Collective Nouns [wondermark]
Supernatural Collective Nouns [buzzfeed]
Thanks to Mary, who knows what to call everything because she's a word witch unless she finds the term witch derogatory in which case she's a spelling shaman. Diction magician? Noun necromancer? SHE'S GUD WITH WERDS.