Etymology

1. wand

noun. ['ˈwɑːnd'] a rod used by a magician or water diviner.

Etymology

  • vöndr (Old Norse)

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Rhymes with Wand

  • jeanbertrand
  • correspond
  • respond
  • leblond
  • abscond
  • lamond
  • lafond
  • guimond
  • gaumond
  • fernand
  • durand
  • dumond
  • demond
  • armand
  • allmond
  • fronde
  • frond
  • blonde
  • blond
  • beyond
  • pond
  • monde
  • gond
  • fond
  • donned
  • donde
  • conned
  • conde
  • bonde
  • bond

Sentences with wand


1. Noun, singular or mass
Let the hair sit for five seconds and then slide the wand out of the curl.

Quotes about wand


1. Don’t put your wand there, boy! ... Better wizards than you have lost buttocks, you know!
- J.K. Rowling, Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix

2. Hello, Minister!"bellowed Percy, sending a neat jinx straight at Thicknesse, who dropped his wand and clawed at the front of his robes, apparently in awful discomfort. "Did I mention I'm resigning?
- J.K. Rowling, Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows

3. Did you see me disarm Hermione, Harry?""Only once"said Hermione stung. "I got you loads more then you got me—""I did not only get you once, I got you at least three times—""Well if you're counting the one where you tripped over your own feet and knocked the wand out of my hand—
- J.K. Rowling, Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix

2. wand

noun. ['ˈwɑːnd'] a ceremonial or emblematic staff.

Synonyms

  • sceptre
  • staff
  • verge
  • bauble

Etymology

  • vöndr (Old Norse)

3. wand

noun. ['ˈwɑːnd'] a thin tapered rod used by a conductor to lead an orchestra or choir.

Synonyms

  • rod

Etymology

  • vöndr (Old Norse)

4. wand

noun. ['ˈwɑːnd'] a thin supple twig or rod.

Synonyms

  • sprig
  • twig

Etymology

  • vöndr (Old Norse)
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