This is a comprehensive list of all the Spelling mistakes and uses of incorrect words, in alphabetical order, and their correct spellings.

#[edit | edit source]

  • 2: "to" or "too".
  • 2day: today
  • 2gether: together
  • 4: for

A[edit | edit source]

  • A bout/abut/abot: about
  • Abra/Allah: Avada.
  • Accuse: excuse
  • Actshelly: a pun on "actually" and "hell".
  • Advisd: advised
  • Afraind: afraid
  • AIDs: AIDS
  • Akshelly: actually
  • Al: all
  • Albastard: alabaster
  • Albert: Albus
  • All: when said before an adjective, this turns the adjective into an adverb (e.g. "all sensitive").
  • Alzheimers: Alzheimer's
  • Andorson: Anderson
  • Angirly/angerly/anvilly/arngrily: angrily
  • Anh: and
  • Anserred: answered
  • Any1: anyone
  • Anyfing: anything
  • Are: usually used correctly, once used to mean "our".
  • Askd: asked
  • Aspect: expect
  • Aspleep: asleep
  • Atak: attack

B[edit | edit source]

  • B4: before
  • Bagged: begged
  • Bak: back
  • Ballots/ballets: bullets
  • Balls: ball
  • Bar: bra
  • Bark/Barke: Dark
  • Becose/becos: because
  • Bein: being
  • Bich/bitca: bitch
  • Bing: being
  • Bisezual: bisexual
  • Blak/bvlak: black
  • Blared: glared
  • Blod: blood
  • Bobs: boobs
  • Bodil: Bombodil
  • Boiz: boys
  • Boldy: B'Loody
  • Bombodil: Riddle
  • Bond: and
  • Borked: barked
  • Borken: broken
  • Boy's thingy: penis
  • Brake: break
  • Bread: beard
  • Broms: brooms
  • Broomstuck: broomstick
  • Bufy: Buffy
  • Burrow: borrow
  • Bustard/bastrad: bastard
  • Butt: has been used correctly, but it has also been used to mean "but".

C[edit | edit source]

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  • C: see
  • Cant: can't
  • Caramel: camera
  • Carde: card
  • Changd: changed
  • Chapta: chapter
  • Cheesing: cheering
  • Chraloote/Chralotte: Charlotte
  • Christina: Christian
  • Cideo: video
  • Cing: seeing
  • Clamed: claimed
  • Clearage: cleavage
  • Cloke: cloak
  • Cloves/clozez: clothes
  • Clozd: closed
  • Coarse: course
  • Cockle: cackle
  • Cofin: coffin
  • Coke: when used incorrectly, "cloak".
  • Comfortly: comfortingly
  • Commnted: commented
  • Condemns: condoms
  • Constipated: confiscated
  • Contort/comfrot: comfort
  • Cordes: chords
  • Cornelia: Cornelius
  • Crab: Crabbe
  • Crak: crack
  • Crakter: character
  • Crookshanks/crosio: crucio
  • Cryptal/crucible: crystal
  • Crrying/cryin: crying
  • Cum: come
  • Cuz: 'cause

D[edit | edit source]

  • Da: "the" or "that"
  • Das/de/di: the
  • Dat: that
  • Dats/datz: that's
  • Death Dealers: Death Eaters
  • Deelers: Dealers
  • Dem: them
  • Den: then
  • Depite: despite
  • Deprezzed/derperessed: depressed
  • Deprezzin: depressing
  • Der: there
  • Deth: death
  • Deviation: divination
  • Dey: they
  • Die: jokey way of saying "tie"
  • Dint: didn't
  • Dirnk: drink
  • Dis/diz: this
  • Disfusted: disgusted
  • Dnot: don't
  • Doez: does
  • Dogfather: godfather
  • Dondderhed/dunderhed: dunderhead
  • Doris: Dolores
  • Dos/dose: those
  • Dracola: Dracula
  • Dracos: Draco's
  • Drago/Drako/Drake/Darko/Drico: Draco
  • Drak/Dork: dark
  • Dramiticlly: dramatically
  • Dreem: dream
  • Drity: dirty
  • Due: do
  • Dumblydore/Dumbledoree/Dumbeldore/Dumbelldore/Dumbledork/Dumbledum/Dumbldore/Dumblydor/Dubleodre/Dumblehor: Dumbledore
  • Dyed: died

E[edit | edit source]

  • Eachother/eachodder: each other
  • Eachotherz: each other's
  • Eight: ate
  • Enoby/Enobby/Ebondy/Enony/Eboby/Egogy: Ebony
  • Enouff: enough
  • Enrgtically/ENREgeticALLIY: energetically
  • Erective: secretive
  • Eructation: erection
  • Eva: ever
  • Every1: everyone
  • Everyfing: everything
  • Evill: evil
  • Exhibited: excited
  • Excretion: discretion
  • Excus: excuse
  • Exorcise: pun for "exercise".
  • Expelled: when not used correctly, it can mean "explained".
  • Expuld: expelled
  • Eyesharrow/eyesharow: eyeshadow

F[edit | edit source]

  • Fang: thank
  • Fangs: thanks
  • Fashin: fashion
  • Feel: once used incorrectly to mean "fell".
  • Felling: feeling
  • Fellowed: followed
  • Fflaming: flaming
  • Filth: Filch
  • Fing: thing
  • Fingie: thingie
  • Finking: thinking
  • Fik/fink: think
  • Fireworx: fireworks
  • Fishnetz: fishnets
  • Fiv: five
  • Flamrs: flamers
  • Flattened: flattered
  • Flmes: flames
  • Flu: flew
  • Fo: of
  • Folt: fault
  • Fond: found
  • Forhead: forehead
  • Fornt: front
  • Fought: thought
  • Fould: could
  • Frendz: friends
  • Froned: frowned
  • Frum: from
  • Fudged: Fudge
  • Fuk/fok: fuck
  • Fuker: fucker
  • Fukin/fukcing/fokeng/fokking: fucking

G[edit | edit source]

  • Gadgetted: gagged
  • Gapsed: gasped
  • Garbed/grabed: grabbed
  • Girl's: girls'
  • Goffs/gothz: goths
  • Gona: gonna
  • Gong: going
  • Gottik/goffic/gpffik/goffik: gothic
  • Goyke: Goyle
  • Grate: great
  • Gren: green
  • Griffindoor/Gryiffindoor: Gryffindor
  • Growld: growled
  • Gurl: girl
  • Gurlfriend: girlfriend
  • Gurlz: girls
  • Gut: got
  • Guyz: guys

H[edit | edit source]

  • H8: hate
  • Had went: had gone
  • Haf: half
  • Hal: hall
  • Handz: hands
  • Hapnz: happens
  • Happly/HAPPili: happily
  • Hair of Magical Magic Creatures: Care of Magical Creatures
  • Hare: hair
  • Hargrid/Hargirid/Hargid/Hairgrid/HAHRID/Hargird: Hagrid
  • Has him bondage: has him tied up for bondage-related reasons.
  • Hav/havfe: have
  • Haz: has
  • Hearth: heart
  • Heelz: heels
  • Hed: head
  • Hel: hell
  • Hem: him
  • Herd: heard
  • Hermoine: Hermione
  • Hes/his: he's
  • Ho: how
  • Hogsmede: Hogsmeade
  • Homophone: homophobe
  • Honkerchief: handkerchief
  • Hop: hope
  • Hopped: hoped
  • Horrorfied: horrified
  • Hotset: hottest
  • Hr: "here" or "her"
  • Hu: who

I[edit | edit source]

  • Ill: I'll
  • Im: I'm
  • In2: into
  • Incapacitation: incantation
  • Inlosent: insolent
  • Intimated: intimidated
  • Invincibility: invisibility
  • Ishoo: Issue
  • Issuz: issues
  • Its: it's, when used incorrectly.
  • Itz: it's
  • Iz: is
  • Iznt: isn't

J[edit | edit source]

  • Jamped: jumped
  • Jenny: Ginny
  • Jus/jut: just

K[edit | edit source]

  • Kall: call
  • Kamera: camera
  • Kan: can
  • Kancer: cancer
  • Kawai: kawaii
  • Kewl: cool
  • Klasses: classes
  • Knok: knock
  • Korset: corset
  • Kod: could
  • Koz: 'cause
  • Kroniklz: chronicles

L[edit | edit source]

  • Laffed: laughed
  • Laves: loves
  • Ledder/leader: leather
  • Legz: legs
  • Lethrgicly: lethargically
  • Lets: let's
  • Lik/likee: like
  • Linkin/Likin: Lincoln
  • Lizzin: listen
  • Loafing: laughing
  • Loiyalty: loyalty
  • Loking: looking
  • Longdon: London
  • Longley: longingly
  • Lookd/locked: looked
  • Loopin/Lumpkin: Lupin
  • Lotz: lots
  • Lucian/Luscious: Lucius
  • Ludacris: ludicrous
  • Luk: luck
  • Lung: long
  • Luv: love
  • Lyrks: lyrics

M[edit | edit source]

  • Ma: my
  • Mango's/Manga's: Mungo's
  • Maru/Mair/Mairy/Mart/Mry: Mary
  • Mary: usually just means "Mary", but once it meant "marry".
  • Mastabated: masturbated
  • Masticating: masturbating
  • McGoggle/McGoonagle/McGongel/McGoogle: McGonagall
  • Mebe: maybe
  • Membez: members
  • Men: sometimes used to mean "mean".
  • Menz: means
  • Millon: million
  • Mistak: mistake
  • Mistressly: mysteriously
  • Mogic: magic
  • Motherfukers: motherfuckers
  • Movd: moved
  • Mputh: mouth
  • Muxh: much
  • Mr. Norris: Mrs. Norris
  • Mr. Way: Miss Way
  • Mst: must
  • Mutates: minutes
  • Muzik: music
  • Mystery: ministry

N[edit | edit source]

  • N: "and", "in", or "an".
  • Naie: nail
  • Nam: name
  • Navel: Neville
  • Necphilak: necrophiliac
  • Neway: anyway
  • Nex: next
  • Nd: and
  • Nife: knife
  • Nit: lit
  • NiteMARE: nightmare
  • No: usually means "no", but sometimes means "know".
  • Noes: knows
  • Noil: nail
  • Non: none
  • Noo: no
  • Noris: Norris
  • Nuffin: nothing
  • Nut: not

O[edit | edit source]

  • Od: of
  • Odder: other
  • Of: usually just "of", but sometimes it can mean "off".
  • Off: usually means "off" but it can mean "of".
  • OMFFG: OMFG
  • Orgasim/orgism/orgy: orgasm
  • Ot: "to" or "hot"
  • Others: usually just means "others", but also means "other's".
  • Oviously: obviously

P[edit | edit source]

  • Pail: pale
  • Panamas: pyjamas
  • Pant: paint
  • Passively: passionately
  • Pastors: posters
  • Pedoz: pedos
  • Pedofiles: pedophiles
  • Pensive: Penseive
  • Pentagram: when not referring to a real pentagram, it means "cross", like in the phrase "a cross between".
  • Perdition: prediction
  • Photons: photos
  • Pik: pic
  • Pix: pics
  • Pls/plz: please
  • Poiny: pointy
  • Pokets: pockets
  • Polled: pulled
  • Pornto: pronto
  • Postphoned: postponed
  • Pot: put
  • Potting: putting
  • Ppl: people
  • Prepz: preps
  • Prey: pray
  • Princepill: principal
  • Proffesor/profesor: professor
  • Promiz: promise
  • Punkgoff: punk-goth
  • Punx: punks

R[edit | edit source]

  • R: are
  • Raced: raised
  • Rap: rape
  • Redisnet: resident
  • Relly: really
  • Rememba: remember
  • Rent: went
  • Replayed: replied
  • Reponded: responded
  • Retry: retire
  • Reviewrs: reviewers
  • Reviewz: reviews
  • Ridiculus: ridiculous
  • Rists: wrists
  • Rnt: aren't
  • Rok: rock
  • Rong: wrong
  • Roomz: rooms
  • Rox: rocks
  • Ruining: running
  • Rulez: rules
  • Rumbridge: Umbridge

S[edit | edit source]

  • Sacredly: secretly
  • Sadiztz: sadists
  • Sandly: sadly
  • Sarkastikally: sarcastically
  • Sawed: saw
  • Scram: scream
  • Scray: scary
  • Scremed/screemed: screamed
  • Screming: screaming
  • Secretes: secrets
  • Sed: said
  • Sedouce: seduce
  • Seductvely: seductively
  • Sekrtivly/skrtvli: secretively
  • Sensetive: sensitive
  • Serious/Series/Serifs: Sirius
  • Serus: serious
  • Serverus: Severus
  • Sessionz: sessions
  • Sexah/sexxy: sexy
  • Sexbom: sex bomb
  • Sexitive: portmanteau of "sexy" and "sensitive".
  • Sex-pack: a six-pack that's seen as sexy.
  • Shes: she's
  • Shit: "sit" or "shirt".
  • Shme: me
  • Shockd: shocked
  • Shok: shook
  • Shoot: shout
  • Shooted/shotted/shited: shouted
  • Shrak: shark
  • Shriedked: shrieked
  • Shud: should
  • Silt: slit
  • Sinister/Sinatra: Sinistra
  • Sings: either "sings" or, when used incorrectly, "signs".
  • Sinz: since
  • Skepped: skipped
  • Skrew: screw
  • Skull: usually just means "skull", once used as a pun to mean "school".
  • Skullz: skulls
  • Slitherin/Slytherine: Slytherin
  • Smelled: smiled
  • Snaketail: Wormtail
  • Snap/Snake/Snoop/Snipe: Snape
  • Snaped: snapped
  • Somethnig/sumthing/somefing: something
  • Songz: songs
  • Spel: spell
  • Speld: spelled
  • Spex: speaks
  • Spock: penis
  • Sportive: supportive
  • Spshcial: special
  • Spuin: spun
  • Stallone: stallion
  • Stanism: Satanism
  • Stated/stared/storted: started
  • Statistically: sadistically
  • Steak: stake
  • Streekz: streaks
  • Stup: stop
  • Suckings: stockings
  • Sudenly/suddenlyn: suddenly
  • Suk: suck
  • Sum/som: some
  • Sun: can just mean "sun", or it can mean "son".
  • Swering: swearing

T[edit | edit source]

  • TaEbory: Ebony
  • Tara: the author, but when used incorrectly, it can mean "Raven" or "Ebony".
  • Tearz: tears
  • Telekinesis: telepathy
  • Telepathetic: telepathic
  • Thee/teh: the
  • Their: they're (when used incorrectly).
  • Ther: there
  • These time: this time, or these times
  • Thoufht: thought
  • Thru: through
  • Tim: time
  • Tite: tight
  • Tok: took
  • Toner/tuner/torner: turner
  • Toot: out
  • Topik: topic
  • Totlly: totally
  • Tords: towards
  • Transfomation: Transfiguration
  • Trevolry: Trelawney
  • Trid: tried
  • Triumelephantly: triumphantly
  • Trobbing: throbbing
  • Tryont/tring: trying
  • Tshit: T-shirt
  • Txt: text

U[edit | edit source]

  • U: you
  • Ubtil: until
  • Uncomfortabli: uncomfortably
  • Unda: under
  • Understatedly: understandingly
  • Upset to: upset when I went to.
  • Ur: "you're" or "your"
  • Urple: purple
  • Urslf/urself/urselxxz: yourself
  • Utfit: outfit
  • Uv: of

V[edit | edit source]

  • Vampir/Vrompire/Vampure: vampire
  • Vevlet: velvet
  • Vido: video
  • Viower: viewer
  • Virility: virginity
  • Vlodemort/Volfemort/Volsemort/Voldemprt/Volcemort/Volxemort/Volzemort/Voldremot/Voldemint: Voldemort
  • Volremortserum/Voldemortserum: Veritaserum
  • Vued: viewed

W[edit | edit source]

  • Wallz: walls
  • Wana: wanna
  • Wanabe: wannabe
  • Wart: wore
  • Waste: waist
  • Weeped: wept
  • Wer: "wear" or "we're"
  • Were: usually just means "were", but Draco once uses it to mean "are".
  • Were the words: once used incorrectly to mean "was the word" ("in bloody gothic writing were the words Vampire").
  • Werid: weird
  • Werring/wering: wearing
  • Werz: were
  • Wesley's Whizard Wises: Weasley's Wizard Wheezes
  • Wetnes: wetness
  • Whatz: what's
  • Where: when used incorrectly, it means "were".
  • Where'd: either "where'd" or, when used incorrectly, "where's".
  • Whit: white
  • Whjat: what
  • Whose: can have the usual meaning, can also mean "who's".
  • Wht: what
  • Wid/wif: with
  • Wil: will
  • Wipped: wiped
  • Womb/wound: wand
  • Wont: won't
  • Wonted: wanted
  • Wqually: equally
  • Wud: would
  • Wunted: wanted
  • Wurped: warped
  • Wutsched: watched
  • Wuz/wus/woz: was

X[edit | edit source]

  • Xcuse: excuse
  • Xtremely: extremely

Y[edit | edit source]

  • Y: why
  • Yah: yeah
  • Yielded: yelled
  • Your: you're
  • Yrs: years
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