The Moldu is a term of the universe of fiction of Harry Potter, imagined by J.K. Rowling.
The author makes of it mention for the first time in the volume 1, in chapter 1.
In the universe of the novels of J.K. Rowling, the series of the Harry Potter, moldus is a term employed by the Sorcier S to designate people not having magic capacities. For the wizards with “pure blood” with the rather retrograde spirit, the moldus are not even worth the sorrow to exist. The term “moldu” ( muggle in English) would have been chosen by J.K. Rowling because it sounded in a way soft and attaching to its ear, even if one makes some would have found the word " muggle" in an old edition of the dictionary of Oxford, the muggle term nominating certain persons but in a fuzzy and vague way: the word takes its true definition with the work of Harry Potter.
Certain wizards come from the union of two moldus, one says whereas they are born-of-moldus; they, are vulgarly and pejoratively treated Blood-with-bourbe by certain wizards being considered “pure blood”: Hermione Granger largely makes the expenses of them. The students born parents moldus are not allowed at the institute Durmstrang, where is taught the black Magie.
Some born-of-moldus known of the world of the Wizards
- Kendra Dumbledore (mother of Albus Dumbledore)
- Lily Evans
- Hermione Granger
- Hake and Dennis Crivey
- Dean Thomas
- Student of Poudlard
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