A collective noun for Jaguars is a prowl, a leap, or a parade, a shadow, or a jamboree. The term “prowl” means to roam or wander. The term “leap” is derived from the Old English word “leapian” which means to jump or bound. These terms are used to describe the way Jaguars move, as they are known for their stealthy and agile movements. The collective nouns of parade, shadow, and jamboree are used to describe the way Jaguars interact with each other, as they are known for their social behavior.