Common collective nouns - B
    baboons troupe | congress | flange | rumpus
    bacteria colony | culture
    Bananas bunch | hand
    bats colony / cauldron / cloud / hanger
    beads string | row | rope
    beautiful ladies bevy | galaxy | harmony
    bees swarm | hive | charm | bike | drift | game | grist | hum | rabble | stand | cluster | frst | cast | colony | fry
    bells peal | clarion | change
    birds Colony | Flock | Dissimulation | Congregation | Drift | Fleet | Parcel | Pod | Roost | Rush | Volery | Flight | Rush
    books library | compendium | pile
    bunnies Colony | Nest | Down | Warren | Trip | Bury | Leash | Trace | Wrack | Drove | Flick | Kindle
    buffaloes Herd | Obstinacy | Gang
    buses fleet
    bushes Hedge
    butterflies Flutter | Flight | Kaleidoscope | Rabble | Rainbow | Swarm | Wing | Flock
    All collective nouns - B
    Subject Collective Noun with usage
    baboonsA congress, flange, rumpus, or troupe of baboons
    bacteriaA colony of bacteria (a culture if laboratory-grown)
    badgersA cete, clan, or colony of badgers
    bakersAn aroma, tabernacle of bakers
    bananasA hand, bunch of bananas
    bankersA wunch of bankers
    BaptistsAn immersion of Baptists
    barbelsA shoal of barbels
    barbersA babble of barbers
    barbers, militaryA crew of military barbers
    barfliesA buzz of barflies
    baronsA thought of barons
    barracudaA battery of barracuda
    barristersA boast, wiggery of barristers
    bassA shoal, fleet of bass
    bastardsA shower of bastards
    batsA colony, cloud, cauldron of bats
    bayonetsA grove of bayonets
    beansA hill of beans
    bearsA maul, pack, sloth, or sleuth of bears
    beastsA nobility of beasts
    beautiesA bevy, or harmony of beauties
    beaversA colony, family, or lodge of beavers
    beesA bike, bike cast, cluster, erst, drift, game, grist, hive, hum, rabble, stand, or swarm of bees
    beggarA coster, guild, parliament of beggars
    bellsA peal, change, or carillon of bells
    billsA wad of bills
    birdsA congregation, flock, fleet, parcel, pod, or roost of birds
    birds, large groupA colony of birds (roosting in large numbers)
    birds, smallA dissimulation of birds (small birds)
    birds, in flightA drift, or flight of birds (in flight)
    birds, migratingA rush of birds (migrating)
    birds, aviaryA volery of birds (in an aviary)
    bishopsA sea, bench, or psalter of bishops
    bisonA herd, gang of bison
    bitternsA pretence, sedge or siege of bitterns
    blackbirdsA cloud, flock, grind, merl of blackbirds
    blackfishA grind of blackfish
    blanketsA swelter of blankets
    bloodhoundsA sute of bloodhounds
    blossomsA flourish of blossoms
    boarsA herd, or singular of boars
    boars, wildA sounder of wild boars
    bobolinksA chain of bobolinks (polygamous bird, Ricebird)
    bombletsA cluster of bomblets
    booksA library, pile, compendium of books
    boorsA rood of boors
    borgA collective, hive of borg
    bowlersA keg of bowlers
    bowlsA nest of bowl's
    boysA blush, leer, passel or rascal of boys
    bratsA passel of brats
    breadA batch of bread
    brush, woodA bavin of brush (wood)
    bucksA brace, clash, herd of bucks
    budgerigarsA chatter, flock of budgerigars
    buffaloA gang, herd, or obsinancy of buffalo
    bullfinchesA bellowing, lowing of bullfinches
    bullocksA drove of bullocks
    burritosA pace of burritos
    business angelsA bevy of business angels
    bustardsA flock, wake of bustards
    butterfliesA flight, flutter, kaleidoscope, rabble, swarm, or wing of butterflies
    butterfly fishA school of butterfly fish
    buzzardsA wake, kettle, pack of buzzards
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    Purple is the general name for the range of colors between blue and red. Purple represents royalty and nobility. Many people use words purple and violet for the same color. Purple shades generally have higher degree of red than blue while violet hues have more blue than red in the mix. Purple was the color worn by Roman magistrates; it became the imperial color worn by the rulers of the Byzantine Empire and the Holy Roman Empire, and later by Roman Catholic bishops. Similarly in Japan, the color is traditionally associated with the Emperor and aristocracy.