Harry Potter Vocabulary

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DefinitionWizarding Term
Wormtail, Padfoot, McGonagall -- people who can turn into particular animals at will.
To magically transport yourself without using the floo network or a portkey. Requires a license.
Tonks, Mad-eye Moody, Kingsley Shacklebolt -- agents for the Dept. of Magical Law Enforcement who hunt down practitioners of dark magic -- the wizarding police.
A spell causing intense pain. One of the unforgivable curses.
London shopping street where the businesses cater to witches and wizards.
Toss a handful of this into a fireplace, step in, name your destination -- and there you are!
Coin worth 17 sickles -- the wizarding world's largest unit of currency.
Winky, Dobby, Kreacher -- small magic-using servants -- or slaves -- in wizard homes.
Diary, diadem, cup -- or any object enchanted to hold part of a person's soul.
A letter that delivers its message in a VERY LOUD VOICE.
Public transportation for the wizarding community.
DefinitionWizarding Term
The wizarding government in the UK.
You, me, the Dursleys, or any ordinary, nonmagical persons.
The language of snakes.
A magical protector (usually in the form of an animal) that defends the person who conjures it from dementors.
A device for storing and replaying memories.
The red ball you put through the opposing team's rings to score 10 points.
Chasers try to put their ball through the rings while beaters protect them from the bludgers and the seeker goes after the snitch.
A glass ball that turns red when you forget something.
To leave body parts behind when you apparate.
Argus Filch, Arabella Figg, and Molly Weasley's second cousin the accountant -- offspring of witches or wizards who have no magical ability.
The wizarding supreme court.

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