Which preposition is correct to be used in
‘a collective noun for [birds, dogs, dragons,…]’
‘a collective noun of [birds, dogs, dragons,…]’
I saw both, but it doesn’t validate anything.
PS. By the way - a collective noun for dragons is…
homepages.paradise.net.nz/triffi … /art44.htm
I would say: a collective noun for
Incidentally talking of dragons, do you watch the TV programme The Dragons’ Den?
Incidently reading this topic I became reminded to a pop-group named “Daniel at the lions`den”! :roll:
P.S. A collective noun [color=red]of dragons might be : “[size=200][color=orange]UUU[color=red]AAA[color=darkred]HHHH[/size]”! :lol:
Alan, I try, but alas, such serials are still too much for me.
Michael, I’ve found out the full list of. For.
Have a look:
en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_co … amphibians
(Especially I like the collective noun an army of frogs )