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# What is a group of ravens called?

Question #37513. Asked by kristen17050. (Aug 14 03 9:35 PM)

EbonyUK

The collective noun is "an unkindness of ravens."

 Aug 15 03, 1:04 AM
MaggieG 5

Ruth Rendell wrote a book called "An Unkindness of Ravens."

 Aug 15 03, 4:30 AM
exceller

A group of ravens is called an "unkindness."

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ravens

 Apr 23 08, 11:20 PM
Indy_B

A group of ravens is called a congress or unkindness.

 Mar 09 09, 7:19 PM

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