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!'
( < Harry Potter usage, also by association with "smuggle")
1. (noun)(Geocaching) A non-geocacher, especially one from whom geocaching activities must be concealed.
2. (verb)The vandalization of a geocache by a muggle.
"I was unable to approach the cache during the day because there were too many muggles about."
"Could not find the cache, it may have been muggled."
A normal student who is not an athlete at a university.
(closely related to a Mudblood)
"Brett is a muggle because he is not an athlete, but is a part of a fraternity."
The word is used multiple times in the Harry Potter series.
Those who do not contain any magical blood.
Two wizards trying to open a door:
A: "I can't open that door!"
B: "Are you a muggle or what? Use your wand!"
Muggle: (noun) A person who is neither a doctor nor a medical student.
Used in a sentence: "Dude, muggles just don't get it."
A racial slur for non-magical people in the Harry Potter universe.
"Hermione is part Muggle because her father was not a Wizard."
the harry potter version of the word nigger
hey what up my muggle
Someone who does not have the ability to conduct magical powers. Is not skilled with a wand or with spells