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Date: 1300-1400
Origin: gaggle 'to make the sound of geese, to talk noisily' (14-19 centuries), from the sound

gaggle

noun
     
gag‧gle
1

a gaggle of tourists/children etc

a noisy group of people:
a gaggle of teenage girls
2

a gaggle of geese

HBB a group of geese

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