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9 definitions by Vorhees

 
1.
Hogwarts school of Witchcraft and Wizadry is a fictional school from the Harry Potter books. It is a hidden school where students aged 11 to 17 learn magic and many other things.

It is assumed that Hogwarts is in Scotland, as it takes many hours to get to from Kings Cross, in London.

At the very first day of Hogwarts, the new students are placed into the 4 houses, Gryffindor, Slytherin, Hufflepuff and Ravenclaw. At the end of the year, the students take a test and if they pass, they continue onto their second year. At the end of the second year, the students' take more lessons, they can choose which other lessons they want, along with the core subjects that they had in years 1 and 2. In year 5, students can pick any subjects they want to continue and drop subjects they don't want to continue, into their 6th and 7th year. A prefect boy and prefect girl is also chosen from each house at 5th year. Students also take their O.W.L. tests in the 5th year. In the 7th year, a Head boy and Head girl is chosen, and students also take their N.E.W.T.'s in this year, thus completing their education at Hogwarts.

Hogwarts lessons:
Potions
Herbology
Defense against the Dark Arts
Charms
Divination
Muggle Studies
Arithmacy
Care of Magical Creatures
Astromony
History of Magic
Transfiguration
Flying Class (1st years)
-I may have missed one or two.-
Hogwarts is hidden from muggles; by charms and it is unplottable.
by Vorhees July 31, 2006
 
2.
Master Chief is the name of the rank that John is, his spartan number is 117. He is the playable character in both Halo: Combat Evolved and Halo 2. Hes a badass character, hes so badass that he just has to walk on screen and you can feel the badassness radiating from his badass aura of badassness. He doesn't need to walk on screen and snap some necks or crack some skulls to look like a badass, he just walks on screen. Okay, enough of my undying love for the most badass video game character.
Master Chief is a badass.
by Vorhees July 19, 2006
 
3.
Nappa is a character from the Dragon Ball Z anime. He is a Saiyan from the planet Vegeta. He travels to Earth with Vegeta to find the Dragon Balls to wish for eternal life. He is a Saiyan warrior in Freeza's army along with Raditz and Vegeta. On there way to Earth Vegeta suggests that they stop and have some fun at the planet Arlia, they destroy the planet and continue there route to Earth. As they finally land at Earth, Nappa and Vegeta are confronted by the Z Warriors (Krillen, Piccolo, Yamcha, Tien, Chaozu and Gohan) Nappa quickly disposes of Yamcha, cripples Tien which leads to Chaozu dieing also, and then Piccolo. Goku then arrives and easily outmatches Nappa, which disgraces Vegeta and *Vegeta betrays and destroys Nappa.
Nappa is then next seen in Dragon Ball GT, in an episode, all of the villains escape from Hell and attack Earth, Vegeta (now Good) easily destroys Nappa and sends him back to hell.
*Nappa is weak and got defeated by a low-class Saiyan (in Vegeta's eyes) so therefore Vegeta is disgraced by Nappa and delivers the finishing blow to him rather than saving him.
by Vorhees October 08, 2006
 
4.
A small storage building usually as part as a garden where people store things like the lawn mower and bikes.
I lock/store my bike inside my shed.
by Vorhees August 02, 2006
 
5.
Krabby is a water type pokémon from the Pokémon series.

In the episode Mystery At The Lighthouse, Ash Ketchum captures a Krabby on the beach and it later evolves into the stronger Kingler pokémon. Krabby can also be captured in most pokémon games.
Krabby Stats:

Type: Water
Height: 1 ft 4 inch
Weight: 14.30lb
by Vorhees July 19, 2006
 
6.
Fawkes is Dumbledores pet phoenix in the Harry Potter series. Fawkes is the 2nd known thing to survive the Avada Kedavra curse.
Fawkes is loyal to Dumbledore and Dumbledore only.

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Fawkes is also 'Guy Fawkes', the famous man who is responsible for the Gun Powder plot and which many people celebrate in Britain on November the 5th, bonfire night.
Fawkes swallowed the Avada Kedavra curse conjured by Voldemort in the Ministry of Magic enterance hall.
by Vorhees July 31, 2006
 
7.
A spell from the Harry Potter series.
Protego is a shield charm that is used to deflect hexes and jinxes.
The incantation is ''Protego!'' and it is pronounced Pro-tay-go.
Harry uses the Protego charm on several occasions, one of them being when he stopped the Death Eaters from summoning the prophecy in Order of the Phoenix (Book 5)
by Vorhees July 31, 2006