**Collective Nouns for People**

Here you find a list of 200 collective nouns for people used for a number or a collection of people.

Generally, the collective nouns for people are formed based on occupations, professions, gender, nationality and other areas.

List of the Collective Nouns for People

Sl.No. |
Name of the People |
Collective Noun / Group Name for People |

01 | Academics |
a faculty of academics |

03 | Actresses |
an entrance of actresses |

03 | Acrobats |
a troupe of acrobats |

04 | Actors |
a company of actors |

05 | Advisors |
a council of advisors |

06 | Angels |
a host of angels |

07 | Artistes |
a troupe of artistes |

08 | Athletes |
a team of athletes |

09 | Bakers |
a tabernacle of bakers |

10 | Barbers |
a babble of barbers |

11 | Barbarians |
a horde of barbarians |

12 | Barmen |
a promise of barmen |

13 | Barons |
a thought of barons |

14 | Barristers |
a boast of barristers |

15 | Beaters |
a squad of beaters |

16 | Beauties |
a bevy/a galaxy of beauties |

17 | Beggars |
a fighting of beggars |

18 | Bishops |
a bench of bishops |

19 | Boys |
a rascal/a blush of boys |

20 | Brewers |
a feast of brewers |

21 | Brownies |
a pack of brownies |

22 | Bureaucrats |
a shuffle of bureaucrats |

23 | Butchers |
a goring of butchers |

24 | Butlers |
a sneer of butlers |

25 | Candidates |
a slate/a batch of candidates |

26 | Capitalists |
a company/a syndicate of capitalists |

27 | Cardinals |
a college of cardinals |

28 | Censors |
a gaggle of censors |

29 | Churchgoers |
a congregation of churchgoers |

30 | Clerks |
a rookery/a school of clerks |

31 | Clowns |
an alley/a pratfall of clowns |

32 | Cobblers |
a cutting of cobblers |

33 | Columnists |
a slither of gossip columnists |

34 | Comedians |
a gaggle/a riot of comedians |

35 | Convicts |
a gang of convicts |

36 | Cooks |
a hastiness of cooks |

37 | Criminals |
a gang of criminals |

38 | Critics |
a shrivel of critics |

39 | Crooks |
a bunch/a gang of crooks |

40 | Dancers |
a group/a troupe of dancers |

41 | Daubers |
a squat of daubers |

42 | Deans |
a decanter/a decorum of deans |

43 | Dentists |
a brace/a wince of dentists |

44 | Dermatologists |
a rash of dermatologists |

45 | Delegates |
a conference/a congress of delegates |

46 | Designers |
a set/a subtlety of designers |

47 | Directors |
a board of directors |

48 | Decorators |
a tantrum of decorators |

49 | Doctors |
a doctrine of doctors |

50 | Dons |
an obstruction of dons |

51 | Drummers |
a roll of drummers |

52 | Employees |
a staff of employees |

53 | Englishmen |
a pound of Englishmen |

54 | Equestrians |
a prance of Equestrians |

55 | Experts |
a discord/a panel of experts |

56 | Followers |
a train/a band followers |

57 | Fools |
a pack of fools |

58 | Foresters |
a stalk of foresters |

59 | Frenchmen |
a peck of Frenchmen |

60 | Friends |
a party/a circle of friends |

61 | Gamblers |
a talent of gamblers |

62 | Generals |
a glitter of generals |

63 | Geneticists |
a helix of geneticists |

64 | Geologists |
a conglomerate/a formation of geologists |

65 | Girls |
a bevy/a giggle of girls |

66 | Governesses |
a galaxy of governesses |

67 | Grammarians |
a conjunction of grammarians |

68 | Grandparents |
a wisdom of grandparents |

69 | Groupies |
a group of groupies |

70 | Gym Instructors |
a set of gym instructors |

71 | Gymnasts |
troupe of gymnasts |

72 | Gypsies |
a caravan of gypsies |

73 | Hackers |
a cruft of hackers |

74 | Hairdressers |
a set/a swish of hairdressers |

75 | Hedonists |
a debauchery of hedonists |

76 | Heirs |
an expectation of heirs |

77 | Hermits |
an observance of hermits |

78 | Hippies |
a trip of hippies |

79 | Hoodiums |
a gang of hoodlums |

80 | Horsemen |
a cavalcade of horsemen |

81 | Hunters |
a blast of hunters |

82 | Husbands |
a multiply/an unhappiness of husbands |

83 | Impressionists |
a blur of impressionists |

84 | In-laws |
an imposition of in-laws |

85 | Indians |
a tribe of Indians |

86 | Irishmen |
a pint of Irishmen |

87 | Joggers |
a wheeze of joggers |

88 | Journalists |
a scoop/a slant of journalists |

89 | Judges |
a bench/a panel of judges |

90 | Jurymen |
a panel of jurymen |

91 | Kings/Rulers |
a line/a dynasty of kings/rulers |

92 | Knaves |
A pack of knaves |

93 | Knights |
a banner/a rout of knights |

94 | Lawyers |
a disputation/an eloquence/a greed/a quarrel of lawyers |

95 | Lecturers |
a drift of lecturers |

96 | Lepers |
a colony of lepers |

97 | Librarians |
a stack/a shush of librarians |

98 | Listeners |
an audience of listeners |

99 | Majors |
a morbidity of majors |

100 | Magicians |
an illusion of magicians |

101 | Magistrates |
a bench of magistrates |

102 | Maidens |
a rage of maidens |

103 | Mathematicians |
a number/a set of mathematicians |

104 | Meatheads |
a density of meatheads |

105 | Men |
a band/a body of men |

106 | Merchants |
a faith of merchants |

107 | Messengers |
a diligence of messengers |

108 | Metallurgists |
an amalgamation of metallurgists |

109 | Meteorologists |
a shower of meteorologists |

110 | Microbiologists |
a colony of microbiologists |

111 | Midwives |
an expectation of midwives |

112 | Ministers |
a council of ministers |

113 | Minstrels |
a troupe of minstrels |

114 | Models |
a slouch of models |

115 | Mothers |
a consternation of mothers |

116 | Mothers-in-law |
a mutter of mothers-in-law |

117 | Mourners |
a cortege of mourners |

118 | Musicians |
a band/an orchestra of musicians |

119 | Musketeers |
a platoon of musketeers |

120 | Narcissists |
a mug/a reflection of narcissists |

121 | Natives |
a tribe of natives |

122 | Nieces |
a squeal of nieces |

123 | Nomads |
a horde of nomads |

124 | Northerners |
a freeze of Northerners |

125 | Nuns |
a superfluity of nuns |

126 | Officers |
a mess/an execution of officers |

127 | Onlookers |
a crowd of onlookers |

128 | Osteopaths |
a joint of osteopaths |

129 | Painters |
a curse/an illusion of painters |

130 | Parents |
an embarrassment /a persistence of parents |

131 | Pathologists |
a body of pathologists |

132 | People |
a crowd/a colony/a corporation/a gathering/a host of people |

133 | Percussionists |
a meter of percussionists |

134 |
Performers |
a troupe of performers |

135 |
Philosophers |
a confusion/a ponder of philosophers |

136 |
Pilgrims |
a caravan/a congregation of pilgrims |

137 |
Pipers |
a poverty of pipers |

138 |
(Chess) Players |
a board of chess players |

139 |
Players |
a team of players |

140 |
Plumbers |
a flood/a flush of plumbers |

141 |
Poets |
an obscurity/a rhyme of poets |

142 |
Police |
a posse of police |

143 |
Policemen |
a patrol of policemen |

144 |
Politicians |
a lie/an equivocation of politicians |

145 |
Preachers |
a converting of preachers |

146 |
Priests |
a discretion of priests |

147 |
Prisoners |
a pity/a gang of prisoners |

148 |
Professors |
a pomposity of professors |

149 |
Psychologists |
a complex of psychologists |

150 |
Pupils |
a class/a batch of pupils |

151 |
Pyromaniacs |
a blaze/a conflagration of pyromaniacs |

152 |
Radiologists |
a series of radiologists |

153 |
Refugees |
a flight of refugees |

154 |
Representatives |
an assembly/a congress of representatives |

155 |
Reviewers |
a pan of reviewers |

156 |
Rioters |
a mob of rioters |

157 |
Robbers |
a band/a gang of robbers |

158 |
Sailors |
a crew of sailors |

159 |
Salesmen |
a sample of salesmen |

160 |
Savages |
a horde of savages |

161 |
School Boys |
a rout of schoolboys |

162 |
(Boy) Scouts |
a troop of boy scouts |

163 |
Seamstresses |
a scolding of seamstresses |

164 |
Senators |
a house of senators |

165 |
Sergeants At Law |
a subtlety of sergeants at law |

166 |
Servants |
a staff of servants |

167 |
Schemers |
a clique of schemers |

168 |
Sheriffs |
a posse of sheriffs |

169 |
Shoemakers |
a blackening of shoemakers |

170 |
Shoppers |
a crush of shoppers |

171 |
Singers |
a choir/a group of singers |

172 |
Smokers |
a billow/a hack of smokers |

173 |
Soldiers |
an assembly/a band/a battalion/a company/ regiment/a platoon/an army of soldiers |

174 |
Strikers |
a picket of strikers |

175 |
Students |
a class of students |

176 |
Tailors |
a disguising of tailors |

177 |
Taverners |
a glozing of taverners |

178 |
Teachers |
a staff/a quiz of teachers |

179 |
Teenagers |
an attitude/a grunt of teenagers |

180 |
Thieves |
a gang/a den/a pack of thieves |

181 |
Thinkers |
a school of thinkers |

182 |
Tinkers |
a wandering of tinkers |

183 |
Tourists |
a flock of tourists |

184 |
Travellers |
a caravan of travellers |

185 |
Troops |
a muster of troops |

186 |
Trustees |
a board of trustees |

187 |
Vegetarians |
a sprig of vegetarians |

188 |
Vicars |
a prudence of vicars |

189 |
Visitors |
a stream of visitors |

190 |
Waiters |
an absence/an order of waiters |

191 |
Walkers |
an ample of walkers |

192 |
Widows |
an ambush of widows |

193 |
Witches |
a coven of witches |

194 |
Wives |
an impatience of wives |

195 |
Women |
a gaggle of women |

196 |
Worshippers |
a congregations of worshippers |

197 |
Workmen |
a gang of workmen |

198 |
Wrestlers |
a clutch/a crunch of wrestlers |

199 |
Writers |
a bevy of writers |

200 |
Yeomen |
a fellowship of yeomen |