• Quidditch Quidditch player who guards the goal hoops and tries to prevent the opposing team’s Chasers from scoring by passing the Quaffle through one of the hoops. There is one Keeper per team. Read More
• Titles, nicknames, and honorifics When Hagrid comes to get Harry in Hut-On-Rock, he says he is the Keeper of the Keys, which means that he has a large ring of keys which can lock or unlock any door on the Hogwarts grounds (PS4). Presumably Filch has a simliar set of keys,… Read More
• Occupations • Titles, nicknames, and honorifics A position with the Magical Congress of the United States (MACUSA) in charge of official money matters for the government (Pm, FB/f). Read More
• Sports teams Quidditch team based in Kenmare, County Kerry, Republic of Ireland (QA7) robes: emerald-green with two yellow Ks back to back on the front (QA7) home: Kenmare… Read More
• Magical objects Used for opening doors, trunks and magical places. Read More
• Words and terms
• Food and drinks A salt-cured dried fish (usually a herring), sometimes served for breakfast in parts of the U.K. Read More
• Words and terms There was a “kissing gate” at the entrance to the graveyard in Godric’s Hollow. This type of gate allows for humans to pass through one at a time, but is built to keep large farm animals out of the graveyard. Read More
• Furniture and household items Most homes have kitchens as places to prepare food. Read More
• Magical objects The quills of a Knarl (a creature resembling a hedgehog) that have many magical properties (OP31). Read More
• Food and drinks An ice cream dessert (a sundae) served in a tall glass, and consisting of layers of chopped fruit and ice cream in layers, with whipped cream on top. Read More
• Transportation The Knight Bus is a triple-decker, “violently purple” bus which has The Knight Bus written over its windscreen in gold letters. The Knight Bus provides emergency transportation for the stranded witch or wizard; all they need to do is hold out their wand hand. It is also possible to book… Read More
• Hogwarts Hermione started out her fifth year by magically knitting hats and socks for the Hogwarts house-elves, believing she could free them with clothes (OP13). Harry could tell Hermione was getting better with her knitting charms since he could soon distinguish the socks from the hats (OP16). However, Dobby… Read More
• Wizarding culture Tiny bronze coins used in the Wizarding World. Read More
• Quidditch Early spelling of Quidditch in the 1100s letter by Goodwin Kneen (QA3). This was also the Muggle Prime Minister’s guess for the spelling of “Quidditch” at the time of the Dark Mark incident after the 1994 Quidditch World Cup (HBP1). Read More
• Wizarding culture For a person born into a Wizarding family who has no magical ability, life can be difficult indeed. Some of these people, called Squibs by others in the magical world, turn for help to the Kwikspell correspondence course from the Kwikspell Company (JKR-W3).  … Read More
• Businesses Publishers of both the Kwikspell course, remedial training for poor-performing witches and wizards (CS8), and the Wallop the Wombat Revision Course for those who fail the 3rd WOMBAT test (JKR). This company specializes in courses for magical ability improvement. Read More