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15 Words That Have A Totally Different Meaning To Harry Potter Fans

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6. O.W.L.

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What it normally means: A nocturnal bird of prey.

What it means to Harry Potter fans: An Ordinary Wizarding Level, the subject-specific test taken in fifth year at Hogwarts to determine whether you can continue studying that particular subject.

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8. Midnight.

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What it normally means: 12 a.m.

What it means to Harry Potter fans: The time the new Harry Potter book came out and you finally got your hands on what you'd been queuing for for hours.

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13. House.

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What it normally means: A building in which people live.

What it means to Harry Potter fans: Gryffindor, Hufflepuff, Ravenclaw, and Slytherin; the four communities that Hogwarts splits its students into for their classes and accommodation.

14. N.E.W.T.

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What it normally means: A small, slender-bodied amphibian.

What it means to Harry Potter fans: A Nastily Exhausting Wizarding Test that seventh-year Hogwarts students take to help them pursue a certain career after their graduation.

15. Twilight.

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What it normally means: The diffused light from the sky when the sun is below the horizon.

What it means to Harry Potter fans: The inferior rubbish that Robert Pattinson ditched Harry Potter for.