a non-magical person
someone who is not a wizard or witch, or is not of magical descent
by aliani September 23, 2003
1. The non magical people in the Harry Potter series.
2. The one who don't read manga but claims himself as the biggest fan of the series just by watching anime
3. One who don't read Marvel comics but claims himself as the biggest Marvel fan just by watching few overrated MCU movies.
John : " Do you know I am the biggest One piece fan in the world"
Mark : " That means you have read the manga , right? "
John : "Nah just watched the anime"
Mark : "Oh, then you are one of those muggles".
by The_World_Should_End May 31, 2020
Slang for weed, used during the early 1900's.
"Hey Ralph, you'd better lay off the muggles"
by Jimmy Harper November 29, 2007
Muggles, a play on the non magic folk from the Harry Potter series, are people who are not aware of the sport geocaching. Muggles can be threats to many caches as they can think cache are litter. Or vandalize them because they like to ruin others fun. Cachers generally try to avoid muggles when caching as they can draw attention to the cache.
Wait! Don't take it out yet...There's some muggles over there
by MM1994 June 7, 2010
a being with no magic
by Jak January 28, 2003
A Muggle is now commonly an insult referring to a person lower and less intelligent than one's self.
Kim: Oh my god did you see Karen try to stick her pen into the pencil sharpener?
Bon Qui Qui: Yea she be such a muggle tho.
by Aidan F August 7, 2014
( < 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."
by phildonnia June 14, 2004