Is there a plural for dragons?

Is there a plural term to refer to a population of dragons?

I know there not real, I was just wondering.

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    I suppose you could have a furnace of dragons, although not all dragons breathe fire so an element of dragons could work. Basically anything that makes sense to you - the plural of gorillas is troop but it was taken over by 'flange' because of the Not The 9'o Clock News' sketch.

    According to answers the collective noun for komodo dragons is either a lounge or a mess.

  • Anonymous
    9 years ago

    You make it up. They're fantasy creatures anyway.

    Herd of dragons (when they're roaming the plains grazing as dragons do)

    Claw of Dragons (when it's about five)

    Horde of dragons (when there are a lot)

    Hellstorm of dragons

    Nation of dragons (when they have their own society)

    Dragons must eat a lot of garlic to take in enough sulfur to make their breath flammable. Thus, dragons are reasoned to speak Greek or Italian passably. Old ones probably speak ancient Greek or Latin.

  • 9 years ago

    Draco is Latin for dragon. The plural is draconem. "Draco dormiens" is Latin for "sleeping dragon." The phrase is used in J.K. Rowling's Harry Potter series as part of Hogwart's crest motto--"draco dormiens nunquam titillandus," which means "never tickle a sleeping dragon."

  • 9 years ago

    A Weyr is a name for a group of dragons.

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  • 9 years ago

    Yep --- it's Dragons. If you mean like a heard of cattle, or a gaggle of Geese, I don't know. A Host of Dragons sounds good to me.

  • 9 years ago

    I think it's open to interpretation but horde, herd, gathering or even flock might work.

    the plural for crows is a murder of crows. that might be an interesting one to use lol

  • 9 years ago

    horde of dragons! thats what they were called in a book i read.

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