After dying and being resurrected, Harry (Daniel Radcliffe) defeats "He Who Must Not Be Named"--Lord Voldemort (Ralph Fiennes)--the sinister dark wizard whose reign of terror has left a trail of death and persecution in the wizard and Muggle worlds.
What does DW stand for?
DW stands for Dark Wizard (gaming)
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- Slang/chat, popular culture
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We have 26 other meanings of DW in our Acronym Attic
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- Deutsche Verkehrszeitung
- Delaware Valley Zen Center (Newark, DE)
- Dampfbahn-Verein Zürcher Oberland (German: Zürich Oberland Steam Train Association; Switzerland)
- Dajuan Wagner (NBA player)
- Damage Waiver
- Dameware (remote system management software)
- Dark Warrior (gaming)
- Dark Water (cartoon)
Samples in periodicals archive:
As it got closer to midnight, fans in costumes swarmed the lobby, anxious to watch the final battle between good and evil - the showdown between young protagonist Harry Potter and the dark wizard Lord Voldemort.
It's usually a case of matching the right spell against the right dark wizard defences and more skilled gamers will comfortably fly through it all.
Which dark wizard did Christopher Lee play in The Lord Of The Rings?
He is a dark wizard bent on securing unmatched power and achieving immortality," Angell wrote.
Since the first book in the series was published in 1997, the magic of the wizarding world, Hogwarts School and Harry's battle against dark wizard Lord Voldemort have proved massively popular with children and adults alike.