A collective noun for Sparrows is a “host”. Other collective nouns for Sparrows include an “ubiquity”, a “flight”, a “tribe”, and a “quarrel”. The etymology of the collective noun “host” in relation to Sparrows is derived from the Old English word “h?st”, which means “army”. This term was used to describe a large flock of birds, such as Sparrows, that would fly together in a large group. This term was then adopted to describe a large group of Sparrows, and has been used ever since.