All collective nouns - L
    Subject Collective Noun with usage
    ladiesA bevy of ladies
    lambsA fall of lambs
    lambsA rack of lambs
    lamentationsA moan of lamentations
    lapwingsA deceit, desert of lapwings
    larksA bevy, flight, happiness, springful of larks
    larksAn ascension of larks
    larksAn exaltation, exalting of larks
    lavatoriesA flush of lavatories
    laws, badA strangle of bad laws
    lawyersA disputation of lawyers
    lawyersA greed of lawyers
    lawyersA huddle of lawyers
    lawyersA quarrel of lawyers
    lawyersAn eloquence of lawyers
    lawyersAn escheat of lawyers
    leavesAn autumn of leaves
    lecturersA drift of lecturers
    leopardsA leap, lepe of leopards
    lepersA colony of lepers
    lesbiansA tough of lesbians
    leveretsA kindle of leverets
    liberalsA pink of liberals
    librariansA catalogue of librarians
    librariansA stack, shush of librarians
    liceA colony, infestation, flock of lice
    linesA pencil of lines (proper contemporary group term in mathematics.)
    linguistsA babble of linguists
    linnetsA parcel of linnets
    lionsA pride of lions
    lionsA sault of lions
    lionsA sowse, troop, flock of lions
    lispersA plethora of lispers
    listenersA fascination, audience of listeners
    lizardsA lounge of lizards
    llamasA herd of llamas
    loafersA multiplication of loafers
    localsA plague of locals
    locustsA plague, cloud, swarm of locusts
    logiciansA sequitur of logicians
    lolliesA packet of lollies
    loopholesA ho ho! of loopholes
    lorriesA fleet, convoy of lorries
    lovebirdsA pair, orgy of lovebirds
    loversA trance of lovers
    ludditesA smashing of luddites
    luminariesAn array of luminaries
    lutistsA litany of lutists
    lynxA chain of lynx
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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.