Common collective nouns - H
    Humans crowd | mob | congregation | community | group
    horses Herd / Stable / String / Team / Drove / Harras / Remuda / Stud
    hay Bale / Stack / Truss | bundle
    houses row | Huddle | tract | settlement
    hens Brood | run
    herrings Glean / Army / Shoal
    hounds Kennel / Pack / Hunt / Mute / Couple and a Half
    hair Lock | tuft
    hyenas Cackle / Clan
    hippos Herd / Crash / Bloat / Thunder / Pod
    hummingbirds Bouquet / Charm / Hover / Glittering / Shimmer
    hills Range / Undulation
    All collective nouns - H
    Subject Collective Noun with usage
    hackersA cruft of hackers
    hairA tuz, lock, wig of hair
    hairdressersA set, swish of hairdressers
    hammersA morning of hammers
    hamstersA horde of hamsters
    hand toolsA grip of hand tools
    haresA down of hares
    haresA husk, huske of hares
    haresA leap of hares
    haresA leash (3)]] of hares
    haresA trace, flick, herd, kindle of hares
    haresA trip, drove, warren of hares
    hariesA swarm of haries
    harlotsA herd of harlots
    harpersA melody of harpers
    harpsA twangle of harps
    hartebeestA herd of hartebeest
    hartsA herd of harts
    haute bourgeoisieAn ennui of haute bourgeoisie
    hawksA boil, schizophrenia, mews, aerie, moulting, screw, stream of hawks
    hawksA cast of hawks (a pair released after game))
    hawksA kettle of hawks (riding a thermal)
    hawksA leash (3) of hawks
    hawksAn aerie, moulting, screw, stream of hawks
    hedgehogsA prickle, array of hedgehogs
    hedonistsA debauchery of Hedonists
    heirsAn expectation of heirs
    helicoptersA hover of helicopters
    helpersA hamper of helpers
    hensA brood of hens
    herdsmenA waywardness of herdsmen
    hermitsAn observance of hermits
    heronsA hedge, siege, sedge, sege, station, rookery, flight, colony of herons
    herringsA glean, shoal, army of herrings
    hillsAn undulation of hills
    hindsA parcel of hinds
    hippiesA trip of hippies
    hippopotamiA crash, pod, school, thunder of hippopotami
    hippopotamiA herd, bloat of hippopotami
    hipposA huddle of hippos
    hit men, retiredA slew of retired hit men
    hitmenA magnum of hitmen
    hobosA bindle of hobos]], A flagon of hobos
    hogsA drift, drove of hogs
    hogsA parcel of hogs
    hogsA passel of hogs
    homeworkA slew of homework
    homosexualsAn ensemble of homosexuals
    hoodlumsA gang of hoodlums
    hornetsA bike, nest, swarm of hornets
    horsemenA cavalcade of horsemen
    horseplayersA parlay of horseplayers
    horsesA harras of horses (breeding)
    horsesA herd, troop, string, drove of horses
    horsesA pair of horses
    horsesA remuda of horses (in a large group]], [[as a herd)
    horsesA span (team of 2) of horses
    horsesA stable of horses
    horsesA stud of horses
    horsesA team of horses
    hostlersA laughter of hostlers
    houndsA brace (2) leash (3) of hounds
    houndsA cry of hounds
    houndsA hunt, meet of hounds
    houndsA kennel of hounds
    houndsA mute of hounds
    houndsA pack of hounds
    houndsA stable of hounds
    houndsA sute of hounds
    housekeepersA foresight of housekeepers
    housesA huddle of houses
    humming birdsA hover of hummingbirds
    hummingbirdsA charm, shimmer, glittering, bouquet, chattering, drum, troubling of hummingbirds
    huntersA blast of hunters
    husbandsA multiply of husbands
    husbandsAn unhappiness of husbands
    hybridsA vigour of hybrids
    hyenasA cackle of hyenas
    hyenasA clan of hyenas
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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.