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8.
Slang for weed, used during the early 1900's.
"Hey Ralph, you'd better lay off the muggles"
by Jimmy Harper November 29, 2007
 
1.
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!'
by FooBoy June 08, 2004
 
2.
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."
by Conconhead November 17, 2004
 
3.
Non-magic folk
Hogwarts is hidden from Muggle view with all sorts of spells and charms
by Kay March 16, 2004
 
4.
Ordinary non-magic folk in the Harry Potter series.
Mr. and Mrs. Dursley are muggles
by Anonymous November 26, 2002
 
5.
marijuana: pot, reefer, 'mugs'
Louis Armstrong once smoked muggles with his band right here backstage, right after a concert
by Anonymous November 08, 2002
 
6.
a non-magical person
someone who is not a wizard or witch, or is not of magical descent
by aliani September 22, 2003
 
7.
Any person who has no knowledge of the sport of Geocaching and who causes geocachers to become surreptitious about their activities in order to avoid a cache becoming exposed to non-geocachers. Also referred to as a GeoMuggles
The geocacher found what he knew must be the cache site, but waited until the muggles left so they would not see him and possibly plunder the cache.
by AmishHacker May 11, 2004