A to E of Magical Objects in Harry Potter

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Abyssinian Shrivelfigs -- Abyssinian Shrivelfigs are plants that Harry and Ron are pruning when Ernie apologizes for suspecting Harry was the Heir of Slytherin.

Achievements in Charming -- Achievements in Charming is a book that Harry uses to help Hermione study for her O.W.L.s.

Acid Pops -- Acid Pops are a dangerous type of wizarding sweet. Fred Weasley gave an Acid Pop to Ron when he was seven; Ron claims it burned a hole through his tongue.

Aconite -- A plant that Snape mentions in his first Potions lesson; it is also called "wolfsbane" and "monkshod".

The Adventures of Martin Miggs, the Mad Muggle -- The Adventures of Martin Miggs, the Mad Muggle is a comic book series that Harry sees on Ron's bedroom floor.

Age Line -- An age line is a line, which nobody under a designated age can step over.

Aging Potion -- An Aging Potion is the type of potion taken by Fred and George in an attempt to fool Dumbledore's Age Line and place their names in the Goblet of Fire.

Ancient Runes Made Easy -- Ancient Runes Made Easy is a book Hermione was reading in the Gryffindor Common Room when Harry and Ron tell her that Tom Riddle's diary was stolen from their dormitory.

An Anthology of Eighteenth-Century Charms -- An Anthology of Eighteenth-Century Charms is a book that Harry, Hermione and Ron read while looking for something to help Harry with the second task of the Triwizard Tournament.

An Appraisal of Magical Education in Europe -- An Appraisal of Magical Education in Europe is a book Hermione has read in which she learned about wizarding schools such as Beauxbatons and Durmstrang.

Armadillo Bile -- Armadillo bile is a type of potion ingredient used in a wit-sharpening potion.

Asphodel -- Asphodel is a potion ingredient used in the Draught of Living Death.

Axminster -- The Axminster was a type of flying carpet used before flying carpets were banned.

Barruffio's Brain Elixir -- Eddie Carmichael, who swore it was responsible for his nine Outstanding O.W.L.s the year before, offered a bottle of Barruffio’s Brain Elixir to Harry and Ron before their O.W.L.s.

Basic Hexes for the Busy and Vexed -- Basic Hexes for the Busy and Vexed is a book that Harry reads while trying to find a spell to use for the first task of the Triwizard Tournament. This book includes a variety of hexes including instant scalping, pepper breath and horn tongue.

Bat Spleen -- A bat spleen is a potion ingredient sold in Diagon Alley.

Beetle Eyes -- Tiny, black beetle eyes are used in potions and can be purchased at the Apothecary in Diagon Alley for five Knuts a scoop.

A Beginner's Guide to Transfiguration -- A Beginner's Guide to Transfiguration by Emeric Switch is a required book for a first year student that is used in their Transfiguration class. Lucius Malfoy slips Tom Riddle's Diary into a copy of this book in Flourish and Blotts before Harry and Ron's second year at Hogwarts.

Belladonna -- Essence of belladonna is a type of potion ingredient that Harry buys in Diagon Alley.

Beozar -- A Beozar is a stone that comes from a goat's stomach; it will save someone from most poisons.

Bertie Bott's Every Flavor Beans -- Bertie Bott's Every Flavor Beans are a wizarding sweet that come in
hundreds of flavors including grass, curry, spinach, chocolate, strawberry, booger, and ear wax.

Blood-Replenishing Potion -- A Blood-Replenishing Potion is taken by Mr. Weasley at St. Mungo's after his snake attack to prevent him from bleeding to death.

Bluebottle -- The Bluebottle is a type of family broomstick advertised at the Quidditch World Cup as "A Broom for All the Family -- safe, reliable, and with a Built-in Anti Burglar Buzzer". (GoF, Ch. 8: The Quidditch World Cup)

Bludgers -- Bludgers are two of the four Quidditch game balls. They are black and are a little bit smaller than the Quaffle. The Bludgers fly around during the game, trying to knock players off of their brooms.

Boomslang Skin -- Shredded Boomslang Skin is an ingredient used in the Polyjuice Potion that Hermione stole from Snape's private stores.

Bouncing Bulbs -- Bouncing Bulbs are a type of bulbs that the Gryffindor students repot in one of their Herbology classes.

Break with a Banshee -- Break with a Banshee by Gilderoy Lockheart is a required book for Lockheart's Defense Against the Dark Arts class (in Harry's second year).

Broken Balls: When Fortunes Turn Foul -- Broken Balls: When Fortunes Turn Foul is a book that Harry sees in the fortune-telling section of Flourish and Blotts.

Broomstick -- Broomsticks are used by wizards for transportation and the wizarding sport of Quidditch.

Broomstick Servicing Kit -- Harry uses the Broomstick Servicing Kit that Hermione gave him for his twelfth birthday to polish and groom his broomstick. The kit includes Fleetwood's High- Finish Handle Polish, a pair of silver Tail-Twig Clippers, and a Handbook of Do-It-Yourself Broomcare.

Bubotubers -- Bubotubers are a type of plant whose boils are squeezed to gather Bubotuber Pus.

Bubotuber Pus -- Bubotuber pus is a thick and yellow-green pus that is a very good medicine for bad cases of acne.

Bulbadox Powder -- Bulbadox Powder is a powder that Fred Weasley put in Kenneth Towler's pajamas in his fifth year, causing him to break out in boils.

Butterbeer -- Butterbeer is a hot and foamy drink that is served in the Three Broomsticks in Hogsmeade.

Canary Creams -- Canary Creams are a type of joke sweet made by Fred and George. Canary Creams are custard creams that, when eaten, will turn the person into a large canary. The canary will molt its feathers and then the person will reappear unharmed.

Cauldron -- Cauldrons are used by the wizarding world to brew potions. The thickness of them varies, they come in all sizes and they are made in many different metals including silver, gold, pewter, brass, and copper.

Charm Your Own Cheese -- Charm Your Own Cheese is a cookbook that Harry sees on the Weasley's mantelpiece in book two.

Chocolate Frogs -- Chocolate Frogs are a wizarding sweet that contain collecting cards featuring famous witches and wizards. Each card includes information on the featured witch or wizard, including why they are famous.

Cleansweep Five -- The Cleansweep Five is an older and slower broomstick than the Nimbus. Fred and George Weasley ride brooms of this make.

Cleansweep Seven -- The Cleansweep Seven is a type of broomstick that most of the Ravenclaw team rides.

Cleansweep Eleven -- The Cleansweep Eleven is the newest broomstick from the Cleansweep line that Mrs. Weasley purchases for Ron when he is made prefect.

Cockroach Cluster -- Cockroach Cluster is an unusual wizarding sweet sold in Honeydukes.

Comet Two Sixty -- The Comet Two Sixty is the type of broomstick that Cho Chang and Tonks ride.

A Compendium of Common Curses and Their Counter-Actions -- A Compendium of Common Curses and Their Counter-Actions is a book that Harry finds in the Room of Requirement for use with the D.A.

Cribbage's Wizarding Crackers -- see Wizard Crackers

Curses and Countercurses -- Curses and Countercurses (Bewitch Your Friends and Befuddle Your Enemies with the Latest Revenges: Hair Loss, Jelly-Legs, Tongue-Tying and Much, Much More) by Professor
Vindictus Viridian is a book that Harry sees in Flourish and Blotts that he is interested in because he wants to figure out how to curse Dudley.

The Daily Prophet -- The Daily Prophet is the main wizarding newspaper read by a lot of the wizarding world. It is delivered every morning by owl to subscribers.

Daisy Roots -- Daisy roots are an ingredient used in a Shrinking Solution potion.

The Dark Arts Outsmarted -- The Dark Arts Outsmarted is a book that Harry finds in the Room of Requirement for use with the D.A.

The Dark Forces: A Guide to Self-Protection -- The Dark Forces: A Guide to Self-Protection by Quentin Trimble is a required book for a first year student that is used for their Defense Against the Dark Arts class.

Dark Mark -- The Dark Mark is Voldemort's sign which is conjured by the incantation "Morsmordre" and is sent into the air by Voldemort's Death Eaters when they kill. It is a huge sign made of emerald green stars that looks like a skull with a serpent coming out of its mouth.

Death Omens: What to Do When You Know the Worst Is Coming -- Death Omens: What to Do When You Know the Worst Is Coming is a book that Harry sees in the fortune-telling section of Flourish and Blotts. The manager tells Harry that he doesn't recommend it, because he will "start seeing death omens everywhere." (PoA, ch. 4: The Leaky Cauldron)

Defensive Magical Theory -- Defensive Magical Theory by Wilbert Slinkhard is the required Defense Against the Dark Arts book for Professor Umbridge's class.

Deflating Draft -- A Deflating Draft is a potion which Snape uses as an antidote to the Swelling Solution.

Devil's Snare -- Devil's Snare is a large and dangerous plant with long tendrils that likes the dark and damp. Professor Sprout used this plant to assist Professor Dumbledore in protecting the Sorcerer's Stone in book one.

Dittany -- Dittany is a plant that Harry is looking up in One Thousand Magical Herbs and Fungi when he sees Hagrid in the library.

Doxycide -- Doxycide is a black liquid used to knock out doxies long enough for them to be disposed of.

Dragon Breeding for Pleasure and Profit -- Dragon Breeding for Pleasure and Profit is a book that Hagrid reads to help him take care of Norbert.

Dragon Claw -- Powdered Dragon Claw is an apparent brain stimulator that Ron says will give your brain a boost for a few hours.

Dragon Heartstring -- Dragon Heartstring makes up the core of Viktor Krum's wand.

Dragon Skin -- Dragon skin is a scaly material that can be used to make jackets like the green ones Fred and George have.

Dragon Species of Great Britain and Ireland -- Dragon Species of Great Britain and Ireland is a book that Ron brings back from the dragon section in the library to show Hermione and Ron what section Hagrid was browsing.

Draught of Living Death -- The Draught of Living Death is a very powerful sleeping potion that is made by mixing an infusion of wormwood and the powdered root of asphodel.

Draught of Peace -- The Draught of Peace is a potion to "calm anxiety and soothe agitation". If not brewed correctly, the potion "will put the drinker into a heavy and sometimes irreversible sleep" (OotP, Ch. 12: Professor Umbridge).

Dreadful Denizens of the Deep -- Dreadful Denizens of the Deep is a book that Harry, Hermione and Ron read while looking for something to help Harry with the second task of the Triwizard Tournament.

The Dream Oracle -- The Dream Oracle by Inigo Imago is a book that Harry and Ron use in their Divination class to interpret the possible meanings of their dreams.

Dr. Filibuster's Fabulous Wet-Start, No-Heat Fireworks -- Dr. Filibuster's Fabulous Wet-Start, No-Heat Fireworks are a joke item that Fred and George Weasley stock up on. The fireworks, when set off, fill the room with red and blue stars that bounce around for awhile.

Dried Nettles -- An ingredient used in a potion to cure boils.

Drooble's Best Blowing Gum -- Drooble's Best Blowing Gum is a wizarding sweet sold in Honeydukes and on the Hogwarts Express, that "filled a room with bluebell-colored bubbles that refused to pop for days". (PoA -- Ch. 10: The Marauder's Map)

Dr. Ubbly's Oblivious Unction -- Dr. Ubbly's Oblivious Unction is a potion that Madam Pomfrey applies to the welts that the brain tentacles left on Ron's arms to partially heal them.

Dumbledore's watch -- The Hogwarts headmaster's golden watch is unlike any other; it has twelve hands and instead of numbers, little planets line the rim, but seems to make sense to Dumbledore nonetheless.

Dungbombs -- Dungbombs are a Zonko's Joke Shop item that Filch has banned from the Hogwarts castle.

Eels' eyes -- Eel's eyes are a potion ingredient sold in Diagon Alley.

Enchantment in Baking -- Enchantment in Baking is a cookbook that Harry sees on the Weasley's mantelpiece in book two.

Encyclopedia of Toadstools -- Encyclopedia of Toadstools is the book that hits Mr. Weasley in the eye when he is fighting Lucius Malfoy in Flourish and Blotts.

Evening Prophet -- The Evening Prophet is the wizarding newspaper that published the story about Mr. Weasley's flying car.

Ever-Bashing Boomerangs -- Ever Bashing Boomerangs are included on the list of objects forbidden in the Hogwarts castle.

Exploding Snap -- Exploding Snap is a wizarding card game.

Extendable Ears -- Extendable Ears are a magical type of eavesdropping device invented by Fred and George that look like pieces of long skin-colored string.
 
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