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Can you name the correct definition for these J.K. Rowling neologisms?

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Creature that feeds on human emotions
An unquenchable magic fire
Sport played on broomsticks
The language of snakes
Scoring ball used in wizard sport
Incantation used to open locked doors
Magical creature that digs for treasure
A stone basin used to view memories
To injure onself while apparating
To immediately transport from one place to another
Dark wizard catcher
DefinitionNeologismEtymology
Small, long-fingered, tree-dwelling creature
The Chief wizarding jury
A species of giant spider; ex: Aragog
Leader of a tribe of giants
Black, winged, dragon-like horse
Mythical horned creature, invented by X. Lovegood
Wizard who can transform into an animal
Non-magical person
A receptacle for a portion of the soul
A magical method of mind reading
Magician born of non-magical parents (slang)

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