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What does Fluther come from as your name?

Asked by hboothgo (14points) November 28th, 2006
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Good question. Fluther is a little-known collective noun. There is a flock of birds, a gaggle of geese... and a fluther of jellyfish. You can also have a smack or bloom of jellyfish... but fluther was the least known, at least so far :)
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The idea came after going to the Monterey Aquarium
ben's avatar
also, "Fluther" rhymes with "brother"
csrster's avatar

“Fluther” is apparently so little known that it’s not listed by either the Oxford English Dictionary or Merriam-Webster.

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