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From Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone, Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets, Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban, and Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire by J.K. Rowling. 

WizardAgrippa - Name of a wizard depicted on a wizard trading card. 

Animagi - Wizards who could transform at will into animals. Sirius Black escaped from Azkaban by transforming into a black dog. (vol. 3, p. 356) 

Aunt Marge - Uncle Vernon's sister. 

Aragog - A spider that was given to Hagrid when it was still an egg. Very loyal to Hagrid, because Hagrid protected Aragog when he was accused of killing a girl. 

Bad Boys - Draco Malfoy, Vincent Crabbe, Gregory Goyle. 

Bagman, Ludo - Head of Department of Magical Games and Sports. (vol.4, p.61) Helped organize Triwizard Tournament. (vol. 4, p.254) 

Bagshot, Bathilda - Author of History of Magic. 

Bane - Name of a centaur in the Forbidden Forest 

Basilisk - A fearsome and deadly monster also known as King of the Serpents. Possesses a murderous stare which kills from a beam of light from its eyes; speaks Parselmouth; lives in the Chamber of Secrets and uses the plumbing to get around. (vol. 2, p. 290) 

Beater - Quidditch player who tries to knock the bludgers towards opposing team. 

Bell, Katie - Chaser on the Gryffindor Quidditch Team. 

Binns, Professor - Ghost who taught History of Magic at Hogwarts. (vol. 4, p.234) 

Black, Sirius - A feared and believed to be malevolent character who Harry thinks is responsible for the death of his parents, but who is later revealed to be Harry's godfather and protector. 

Bloody Baron - The resident ghost of Slytherin Tower. 

Boggart - A shape-shifter; is able to take the shape of whatever we most fear. It is repelled by laughter. (Vol. 3, p. 133) 

Bryce, Frank - Riddle's gardener accused of the Riddle family murders, but never convicted, he remained as gardener for the new owners. Dies when he sees Lord Voldemort. (vol. 4, p. 2 & 15) 

Buckbeak - Hagrid's pet Hippogriff. (vol. 3, p. 113) 

Bulstrode, Millicent - Hermione's dueling partner in second year dueling club. 

Cadegon, Sir - Knight from a portrait in the North Tower. Temporary guardian of Gryffindor Tower while the Fat Lady was being repaired. 

Centaurs - Half man, half-horse creatures in the Forbidden Forest: Bane, Ronan, Firenze. 

Chang, Cho - Seeker on the Ravenclaw Quidditch team, who Harry gets a crush on in volume 4. 

Chaser - Quidditch player who tries to score using the quaffle. 

Chudley Cannons - Ron's favorite professional Quidditch team. 

Clearwater, Penelope - Percy Weasley's girlfriend. 

Creevy, Colin -Admirer of Harry's, who follows him constantly and is always taking his picture. 

Crouch, Bartemius (Barty) - High ranking ministry wizard; Head of the Department of International Magical Cooperation; owner of Winky the house-elf; speaks over 200 languages (vol. 4, p. 89) Also, a famous beater. 

Crookshanks - A ginger colored cat that Hermione buys at the Magical Menagerie. (vol 3, p. 60) 

Dementors - Guards of Azkaban Prison who are hated and feared because of their ability to suck out one's soul. 

Diggory, Cedric - Hufflepuff House prefect and Quidditch team captain who is one of the representives of Hogwarts in the Triwizard Tournament; exceptionally handsome, short, straight nose; dark hair and grey eyes. p 296 

Dippet, Professor - Headmaster at Hogwarts 50 years ago. 

Dobby - A house-elf; servant of Lucius Malfoy, whom Harry eventually frees. 

Dumbledore, Albus - Headmaster at Hogwarts; widely regarded as the finest wizard of his generation and the only wizard feared by Lord Voldemort; blue eyes, tall, thin body, several feet of long silver hair, half-moon spectacles, crooked nose, wears a long purple cloak. 

Dursley, Mr. Vernon and Mrs. Petunia - Harry's aunt and uncle. 

Dursley, Dudley - Harry's cousin. 

Errol - The Weasley's owl. 

Fang - Hagrid's boarhound. 

Fat Friar - Resident ghost of Hufflepuff Tower. 

Fat Lady - The subject of a portrait guarding the entrance of Gryffindor Tower. 

Fawkes - The phoenix (crimson with a gold beak) that rescues Harry from Tom Riddle and the serpent and heals his wounds from the serpent's fangs with his tears. 

Filch, Argus - The caretaker at Hogwarts, and failed wizard. He hates students and especially does not like Harry or his friends. He has a cat named Mrs. Norris. 

Firenze - A centaur living in the Forbidden Forest. 

Flamel, Nicolas - Dumbledore's partner in his work in alchemy and the only known maker of the Sorcerer's Stone. (vol.1 p. 160) 

Flint, Marcus - Captain of the Slytherin Quidditch Team. 

Flitwick, Professor - Charms teacher at Hogwarts. Tiny little wizard who has to stand on piles of books to see over his desk. 

Fluffy - Monster dog with three heads, three pairs of eyes. (vol. 1, p. 160) 

Friar, Fat - Resident ghost of Hufflepuff Tower. 

Fudge, Cornelius - The Minister of Magic. Wants to take Hagrid to Azkaban, after a fourth muggle is attacked. (vol. 2, p. 261). Later he casts aspersions on Hagrid's Giant ancestry. 

Goblins - Small creatures with swarthy faces, pointed beards and very long hands and feet. Goblins staff Gringotts bank. 

Goshawk, Miranda - Author of the Standard Book of Spells. 

Goyle, Gregory - One of Draco Malfoy's stupid henchmen. Thick set and mean looking with short bristly hair. Also in Slytherin House. 

Granger, Hermione - Smart, know-it-all at Hogwarts and classmate and a good friend of Harry's; bushy brown hair, large front teeth and a loud, rather bossy voice. Her parents are muggle dentists. 

Grey, Lady - Resident ghost of Ravenclaw Tower. 

Grindylow - Sickly green creatures with sharp little horns, long spindly fingers, green teeth. 

Griphook - Goblin at Gringotts Bank 

Grunnion, Alberic - Name of a wizard depicted on a wizard trading card. 

Gryffindor, Godric - One of the four founders of Hogwarts. Gryffindor House is named after him. 

Hagrid, Rubeus - "Twice as tall, five times as wide as a normal man; long, bushy black hair; hands the size of garbage can lids; feet like baby dolphins." After being falsely accused of opening the Chamber of Secrets, as a student, Hagrid is expelled from the school. Dumbledore hires him as Keeper of the Keys and Grounds at Hogwarts. (vol. 2, p. 247). Rescued Harry from his home and delivered him to the Dursleys, after Harry's parents were killed. (vol. 3, p. 206) 

He Who Must Not Be Named - The evil Lord Voldemort. Also referred to as You-Know-Who. 

Hedwig - Harry's owl; a gift from Hagrid. 

Heir of Slytherin - True heir to Salazar Slytherin who can open the Chamber of Secrets to release the horror within. 

Hengist of Woodcroft - Name of a wizard depicted on a wizard trading card. 

Hermes - Name of Percy Weasley's owl. 

Higgs, Terrence - Seeker on the Slytherin Quidditch team in Harry's first year. 

Hinkypink - A little one-legged creature, who looks like he's made from wisps of smoke; he lures travelers into bogs. 

Hippogriff - Body, hind legs, and tail of a horse; front legs, wings and head of agiant eagle; orange eyes. Buckbeak, Hagrid's pet, is a Hippogriff. 

Hit Wizards - Wizard police from the Magical Law Enforcement Squad who are specially trained to deal with powerful criminals. 

Hootch. Madam - Quidditch Instructor. 

House-elf - Small creature that works as a servant in some wizarding houses. A house -elf can only be set free when the master gives the elf a piece of clothing. 

Hufflepuff, Helga - One of the four founders of Hogwarts. Hufflepuff House is named for her. 

Jigger, Arsenius - Author of Magical Drafts and Potions. 

Jordan, Lee - Pupil at Hogwarts. Has dreadlocks and is famed for his commentaries at Quidditch matches. He is in Gryffindor House in the same year as George and Fred Weasley. 

Jorkins, Bertha - Memory like a leaky cauldron; no sense of direction. (vol. 4, p. 89) killed by Lord Voldemort. (vol. 4, p. 10) 

Judges of Triwizard Tournament - Bagman, Crouch, Madame Maxine, Professor Karkaroff, Dumbledore. (vol. 4, p.254) 

Karkaroff, Professor - Head of Durmstrang. Tall and thin, short white hair and a goatee which finishes in a small curl. He smiles only with his mouth, not with his eyes. (vol.4, p. 247) 

Keeper - Quidditch player who guards the goalposts. 

Kettleburn, Professor - Care of Magical Creatures teacher at Hogwarts. Retired at the end of Harry's second year. 

Krum, Viktor - Champion Bulgarian Seeker from Durmstrang school. Distinctly round-shouldered and slightly duck-footed. (vol. 4, p. 115) 

Lady, Fat - The subject of a portrait guarding the entrance of Gryffindor Tower. 

Lockhart, Gilderoy - Professor of Defense Against the Dark Arts. 

Longbottom, Neville - Classmate of Harry. 

Lupin, Professor R. J. - A young, shabby looking wizard who befriends Harry and tries to teach him how to repel the dementors. Teaches the Dark Arts. (vol 3. p. 74). He is also a werewolf (vol. 3, p. 350) 

Lynch, Aiden - A seeker from Ireland that plays in the Quidditch World Cup. (vol. 4, p. 108) 

Malfoy, Draco - From a wizard family that came back from the "Dark Side," after Lord Voldemort disappeared. (His family insisted they had been bewitched by him.) Harry's arch-enemy at Hogwarts. Has a pale, pointed face that bears a sneering expression; believes himself to be superior to Harry and his friends: a resident of Slytherin House. 

Malfoy Family - Lucius (father), Narcissa (mother), Draco (son). 

Maxine, Madame - A giant woman with olive-skin, black eyes and beaky nose. Her hair is drawn into a bun at the base of her neck. (vol.4, p. 243-244) McGonagall, Minerva - She is head of Gryffindor House and a professor of transfiguration at Hogwarts. Her hair is worn in a tight bun, and she wears square glasses and an emerald green cloak. 

McNair - The man who goes to get the Dementors to kill Sirius Black .

Mediwizards - Medics who take care of injuries at the Quidditch World Cup. (vol. 4, p.114) 

Merlin - Name of a wizard depicted on a wizard trading card. 

Mimsey-Porpington, Sir Nicholas de - Resident ghost of Gryffindor Tower. also known as Nearly-Headless Nick. 

Moaning Myrtle - A young girl ghost who was killed when the Chamber of Secrets was first opened, 50 years go. Her home is now a toilet at Hogwarts. 

Mockridge, Cuthbert - Head of the Goblin Liason Office. (vol. 4, p.86) 

Moody, Alastor (Mad-Eye) - An Auror, a Dark wizard catcher, with many enemies, who is brought out of retirement by Dumbledore to teach Defense of the Dark Arts at Hogwarts. (vol. 4, p. 162 & 280) Scarred skin, half a nose, one small, dark beady eye. The other eye moves up and down and from side to side, ceaselessly without blinking, and sometimes rolls over completely so only the white can be seen. The moving eye is electric blue and as large as a coin. He has one wooden leg that is carved and ends in a clawed foot; he limps and uses a long staff. He has long grizzled, dark grey hair; (vol. 4, pp 184-185) 

Mooney - Professor Lupin's nickname at Hogwarts. 

Morgana - name of a witch depicted on a wizard trading card. 

Mostafa, Hassan - Chairwizard of the International Association of Quidditch from Egypt. (vol.4, p. 106) 

Mountain Troll - A 12-foot tall creature who causes Ron and Harry to become friends with Hermione. (vol. 1, p. 174) 

Mudblood - A really foul name for someone who is muggle-born (of non-magical parents). 

Muggles - People without a drop of magical blood in their veins. 

Nagini - A giant snake, whose milk is used to nourish Lord Voldemort. (vol 4, P. 7) 

Nearly Headless Nick - His real name is Sir Nicolas de Mimsey-Popington. Hit 45 times in the neck with a blunt axe, whose head is still atttached to his neck by 1/2 inch of skin and sinew. Because of this he is not eligible for membership in the Headless Huntsmen Club. (vol. 2, p. 123) 

Norbert - Norweigan Ridgeback dragon belonging to Hagrid. (vol. 1, p. 234) 

Norris, Mrs. - The cat (who becomes petrified) owned by Argus Filch, the caretaker at Hogwarts. 

Norwegian Ridgeback - Breed of dragon that is very rare. 

Padfoot - Sirius Black's nickname at Hogwarts 

Paracelsus - Name of wizard depicted on a wizard trading card. 

Peeves - a poltergeist. 

Pettigrew, Peter - A friend of the Potters, who went after Sirius Black. "Died a hero's death." Received the order of Merlin, First Class. (vol. 3, p. 207) 

Pigwidgeon - Also known as "pig." A miniature owl that belongs to Ron. (vol. 4, p.57) 

Pince, Madam - The Librarian (vol. 2, p. 163) 

Pomfrey, Madame - Hogwarts school nurse. In charge of the infirmry. 

Potter, Harry - The most famous student at Hogwarts because he survived an attack by Lord Voldemort. He has jet black hair and green eyes, his glasses are held together by tape. He bears a lightening bolt-shaped scar on forehead, a remnant from the attack, which killed his parents. 

Potter, James - Harry's father. 

Potter, Lily - Harry's mother. Born to muggles but married a wizard. Lily was the sister of Petunia Dursley. 

Prang, Ernie - An elderly wizard who drives the Knight Bus. 

Prongs - James Potter's nickname at Hogwarts. 

Ptolemy - Name of a wizard depicted on a wizarding trading card. 

Quirrell, Professor - Teaches Defense Against the Dark Arts. Tries to kill Harry during Quidditch game; a disciple of Lord Voldemort. (vol. 1, p. 288) 

Ravenclaw, Rowena - One of the four founders of Hogwarts. Ravenclaw House is named for her. 

Riddle, Tom Marvolo - A half-blood, owner of the mysterious diary that Harry finds. Fed on Ginny Weasley's soul to become stronger; learned her deepest fears & secrets; Riddle got Ginny to unwittingly open the Chamber of Secrets. He is the young Lord Voldemort, Salazar Slytherin's heir. (vol. 2, p. 314) 

Ronon - Centaur in the Forbidden Forest. 

Rosmerta, Madam - Publican of the Three Broomsticks Pub in Hogsmeade. 

Scabbers - Ron Weasley's pet rat, who is really Peter Pettigrew. (vol. 3, p. 58 & p. 348) 

Scamader, Newt - Author of Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them. 

Seeker - Quidditch player who tries to catch the Golden Snitch. 

Shunpike, Stan - The conductor of the Knight Bus. 

Sinistra, Professor - Astronomy teacher.(vol. 4, p. 175) 

Skeeter, Rita - An unethical, nosy reporter for the Daily Prophet, who tries to disgrace the Ministry of Magic. "She never makes anyone look good." (vol. 4, p. 152) Heavy-jawed face, three gold teeth; elaborate, rigid curls, scarlet-taloned fingers, jeweled spectacles, large mannish hands. (vol. 4, p.304 &307) 

Slytherin, Salazar - One of the founders of Hogwarts; creator of the chamber of Secrets; ancestor of Tom Riddle. Slytherin House is named after him. 

Snape, Professor Severus - Potions master who hates Harry; tall and thin with sallow skin, greasy black hair and a hooked nose; head of Slytherin House. 

Spore, Phyllida - Author of One Thousand Magical Herbs. 

Sprout, Professor - Herbology teacher who is a witch. 

Squib - A Squib is a person who is unable to do magic, but was born to magical parents. 

Students at Hogwarts - Neville Longbottom, Parvati Patil, Pansy Parkinson, Alicia Spinnet, Katie Bell, Angelina Johnson, Oliver Wood (Captain of Gryffindor's Quidditch Team), Lee Jordan, Dean Thomas, Seamus Finnigan, Marcus Flint (Captain of Slytherin Team), Colin Creevy. 

Switch, Emeric - Author of A Beginner's Guide to Transfiguration. 

Trelawny, Professor Sybil - Divination teacher at Hogwarts. Has a liking for (wrongly) predicting student deaths (especially Harry's) every year at Hogwarts. Very thin with large glasses that magnify her eyes so much that she looks like a giant insect. Wears a large amount of beads, chains and bangles. (vol. 4, p 199) 

Trimble, Quentin - Author of The Dark Forces: A Guide to Self-Protection. 

Trueblood - Someone born to pure magical parents. 

Vablatsky, Cassandra - Author of Unfogging the Future: A Guide to Basic Fortune-Telling Methods. 

Vector, Professor - Arithmancy witch. 

Veelas - The most beautiful women; not human; they have moon- bright skin and white-gold hair that fans out behind them, even when its not windy. They have the power to hypnotize anyone who looks at them. (vol. 4, p. 103) 

Vindictus, Viridian - Author of Curse and Countercurse (Bewitch Your Friends and Befuddle Your Enemies with the Latest Revenges: Hair Loss, Jelly-Legs, Tongue-Tying and Much, Much, More). 

Voldemorte, Lord - Evil wizard, greatly feared by wizarding folk. His dark reputation is such that his name is hardly ever spoken out loud.He disappeared after the deaths of Harry's parents, Lily and James Potter. 

Waffling, Adalbert - Author of Magical Theory. 

Weasley, Arthur - Ron Weasley's father. Head of the Misuse of Muggle Artifacts Office at the Ministry of Magic. 

Weasley, Bill - Ron Weasley's brother. Works for Gringotts Bank in Africa. 

Weasley, Charlie- Older brother who works with dragons in Romania. 

Weasley Family - parents Molly and Arthur; children Percy, George and Fred (twins), Ron, Ginny are Harry's friends and classmates at Hogwarts. 

Weasley, Fred & George - Ron Weasley's older brothers (twins). 

Weasley, Molly - Mother of the Weasley Family. 

Weasley, Percy - Prefect of Gryffindor when Harry and Ron first arrive. After graduation, he gets a job with the Department of International Magical Cooperation. 

You-Know-Who - The evil Lord Voldemort, a dark wizard who killed Harry's parents. Also referred to as He Who Must Not Be Named.