What does muggle mean

Originating from the Harry Potter books by JK Rowlings.

1)A non magical person
2)A 'normal' person
3) A person not involved or aware of your social circle's activities

Ex 1 & 2) Harry Potter's uncle, aunt, and cousin have no connections to the magical world or magical abilities, and are referred to as muggles.

3) A group of geocachers, role-players, harry potter fans speaking of a non-roleplayer/geocacher/harry potter fan etc... "I tried to explain it to her, but she was such a muggle. She didn't get it." or "Avoid the muggles, they're all over the park this afternoon."

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1. (noun) A person who possesses no magical skills or abilities (originated from the 'Harry Potter' novels).

2. (noun) A colloquial term for marijuana. The word 'muggle' can be pluralised to 'muggles', and still retain the same meaning.

3. (verb) A colloquial term for the action of smoking marijuana.

1. "The Dursleys were what the wizards called Muggles (not a drop of magical blood in their veins)" (extract from 'Harry Potter And The Chamber Of Secrets', by J.K. Rowling).

2. (Said to employee at drive-through:) 'I'll have a Big Mac, fries, a Coke... (whispers:) and a dime bag of muggle(s)'.

3. 'Quick, five minutes before Math starts, let's muggle up!'

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