- This term was in use from the mid-1200s, when Quidditch was still the game of "Cuaditch" (QA4).
- These players were called Hunters because their only task in the match was to capture (and therefore likely kill) a beautiful little bird known as the "Golden Snidget". Such was the popularity of the introduction of Hunters and Snidgets to the game, the bird became an endangered species (QA4).
All-Africa Cup Attack of the Killer Forest Australian Quidditch League Beat Back Those Bludgers, Boys, and Chuck That Quaffle Here Beater Beaters’ bats Blagging Blatching Blooder Bludger Bludger Backbeat Blurting Bottom-of-the-Table Bumphing Captain of Quidditch Catcher Chaser Cobbing Cuaditch Dissimulators Dopplebeater Defence Double Eight Loop European Cup Flacking Flier Formation Looping
Foul Goals Golden Snitch Haversacking Hawkshead Attacking Formation Hunter Keeper Kwidditch League Cup Long Goal Mascot Restriction Parkin’s Pincer Penalty Pennifold Quaffle Pitch Plumpton Pass Porskoff Ploy Quaffle Quaffle-off Quafflepocking Quidditch Cup Quidditch Team Quidditch Team Manager Quidditch Team Mascots Quidditch Teams of Africa Quidditch Teams of Asia and Oceania
Quidditch Teams of Britain and Ireland Quidditch Teams of Europe Quidditch Teams of Hogwarts Quidditch Teams of the Americas Quidditch Through the Ages Quidditch Tryouts Quidditch World Cup Quijudge Reverse Pass Royston Idlewind and the Dissimulators Scoring Area Seeker Skinning Sloth Grip Roll Snitchnip Starfish and Stick Starfish Without Stick Stingers Stooging Tournament that Nobody Remembers Transylvanian Tackle United States Cup Weasley is Our King Woollongong Shimmy Wronski Defensive Feint