• Occupations An obliviator is a wizard or witch who is member of the Accidental Magic Reversal Squad, with special training in the use of Memory Charms. Read More
• Magical identities A young witch or wizard, usually under the age of ten but sometimes older, who has kept their magical ability repressed until it becomes an Obscurus – a violent force of Dark Magic which may burst forth from them unexpectedly (WFT). Read More
• Businesses Wizarding publisher located at 18a Diagon Alley, London.  Their editor Augustus Worme commissioned the original edition of Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them by Newt Scamander in 1918, which is now in its 52nd edition (FB). Read More
• Magical objects • Potion ingredients The pure silver eggshells are quite valuable and may be used as a potions ingredient. Read More
• Areas of knowledge Occlumency is the art of magically defending the mind against external penetration, sealing it against magical intrusion and influence – the defensive counter to Legilimency. A practitioner of Occlumency is referred to as an Occlumens.  It is a specialized branch of magic, not usually taught at Hogwarts. Read More
• Magical identities A practitioner of Occlumency is referred to as an Occlumens. Occlumency is the closing of one’s mind to outside intrusion through use of the Legilimens spell. Read More
• Wizarding culture Witches and wizards hold a variety of jobs, some of them very similar to Muggle jobs but others very unique to the Wizarding world (such as Dragon keeper). Some Wizarding jobs are a lot more exciting than their Muggle counterparts. For example, being a banker in the Wizarding world could… Read More
• Ministry of Magic The Official Gobstones Club is located on Level 7 of the Ministry of Magic (OP7). It is not known whether this location is meant only for Ministry employees who play Gobstones or if it is connected with the National Gobstone Association. Read More
• Furniture and household items An oil lamp is an object used to produce light continuously for a period of time using an oil-based fuel source (Wikipedia). Read More
• Magical objects Look like brass binoculars, except that they are covered in all sorts of weird knobs and dials; they are occasionally sold at Quidditch matches, such as the Quidditch World Cup. They can be set to replay action, zoom, slow down play, and overlay magical words that provide commentary in purple… Read More
• Organizations The principal party opposed to the governing party in the British Parliament (NSOED). Read More
• Awards • Organizations Although we now think of the Order of Merlin as an award, it was originally conceived by Merlin himself as an organization which made rules against using magic on Muggles (FW). Read More
• Organizations A group formed by Dumbledore in the 1970s to fight Voldemort when the Ministry’s efforts were ineffectual. The Order was revived in 1995 when Voldemort began to regain power. Read More
• Architecture • Words and terms U.S.: outbuilding, such as a garden shed. Not intended to refer to an outdoor latrine!… Read More
• Areas of knowledge • Books and Literature O.F.T. (Outstanding for Trolls) is a grade that a troll would achieve if it managed to use a computer and take the W.O.M.B.A.T. test.  … Read More
• Thing The Wizarding equivalent of a Post Office Box (DP2). Read More
• Architecture A carving of an owl over the entrance to Woolworth Building serves as the only outward sign of MACUSA being located there (Pm). Read More
• Communication Owl post is one of the most common ways that wizards communicate with each other. Wizards either tie messages or parcels to owls’ legs or have the owls carry the parcel in their beaks. Considered by wizards to be “the normal way” of communicating (GF3), owl post functions in… Read More
• Words and terms An exclamation, usually used to attract attention (as in “Oy, come and look at this!”). Read More