What do you call a group of flamingos?
- A. pride
- B. school
- C. conspiracy
- D. flamboyance
40% of players knew the correct answer: D., flamboyance
You heard that right: A group of flamingos is called a flamboyance. Both words originate from terms that refer to fire. "Flamingo" comes from the Spanish and Portuguese word that literally means "flame-colored." And "flamboyance" comes from French, meaning "to flame," or "flair."
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