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("Goblin"/"goblins," as creatures that JK Rowling did not invent, should not be capitalized.)
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[[File:Goblin.jpg|thumb|190px|A Goblin, a speaker of Gobbledegook.]]
 
[[File:Goblin.jpg|thumb|190px|A Goblin, a speaker of Gobbledegook.]]
'''Gobbledegook''' is the native language of the [[Goblin]]s. [[Bartemius Crouch Sr.|Barty Crouch Sr.]], [[Dirk Cresswell]], and [[Albus Dumbledore]] are known non-Goblin speakers. It has been described as a harsh, rasping language, which makes it sound distinctly inhuman.
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'''Gobbledegook''' is the native language of the [[Goblin|goblins]]. [[Bartemius Crouch Sr.|Barty Crouch Sr.]], [[Dirk Cresswell]], and [[Albus Dumbledore]] are known non-Goblin speakers. It has been described as a harsh, rasping language, which makes it sound distinctly inhuman.
   
 
==Known uses==
 
==Known uses==
 
*Gobbledegook is one of the seventy-two languages in which [[Miranda Goshawk]]'s ''[[Book of Spells]]'' was published in.
 
*Gobbledegook is one of the seventy-two languages in which [[Miranda Goshawk]]'s ''[[Book of Spells]]'' was published in.
*In the [[Three Broomsticks Inn]], it is spoken by two Goblins defrauded by [[Ludovic Bagman]] in [[1995]].
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*In the [[Three Broomsticks Inn]], it is spoken by two goblins defrauded by [[Ludovic Bagman]] in [[1995]].
 
*In [[1997]] when [[Harry Potter]], [[Hermione Granger]], and [[Ronald Weasley]] overhear fellow fugitives [[Dirk Cresswell]] and the Goblins [[Gornuk]] and [[Griphook]] converse in Gobbledegook, while they were on the run from the [[Snatchers]].
 
*In [[1997]] when [[Harry Potter]], [[Hermione Granger]], and [[Ronald Weasley]] overhear fellow fugitives [[Dirk Cresswell]] and the Goblins [[Gornuk]] and [[Griphook]] converse in Gobbledegook, while they were on the run from the [[Snatchers]].
   

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A Goblin, a speaker of Gobbledegook.
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Gobbledegook is the native language of the goblins. Barty Crouch Sr., Dirk Cresswell, and Albus Dumbledore are known non-Goblin speakers. It has been described as a harsh, rasping language, which makes it sound distinctly inhuman.

Known uses

Known words

  • Bladvak means "pickaxe" in Gobbledegook, according to Ludovic Bagman.

Etymology

Gobbledegook, or Gibberish, are words that are nonsense.

See also

Appearances

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