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Encyclopedia > List of characters in the Oz books

This is a list of characters in the Oz books of L. Frank Baum, Ruth Plumly Thompson, John R. Neill, Jack Snow, Rachel Cosgrove Payes, Eloise Jarvis McGraw and Lauren McGraw, Dick Martin, and Eric Shanower Lyman Frank Baum (May 15, 1856 – May 6, 1919) was an American author, actor, and independent filmmaker best known as the creator, along with illustrator W. W. Denslow, of one of the most popular books in American childrens literature, The Wonderful Wizard of Oz, better known today as simply... Ruth Plumly Thompson (1891-1976) was an American writer of childrens stories. ... John Rea Neill (November 12, 1877 - September 13, 1943) was a childrens book illustrator primarily known for illustrating more than forty stories set in the Land of Oz, including L. Frank Baums, Ruth Plumly Thompsons, and three of his own. ... Jack Snow (1907 – July 13, 1956) was a radio writer, as well as a scholar of the works L. Frank Baum. ... Rachel R. Cosgrove Payes, also known as E.L. Arch and Joanne Kaye and (11 December 1922, Westernport, Maryland - 10 October 1998, Brick, New Jersey) was an American genre novelist. ... Eloise Jarvis McGraw (1915 - November 30, 2000) was an author of childrens books. ... Dick Martin (June 29, 1927 – February 14, 1990) was an artist from Chicago, USA, who illustrated a number of books related to The Oz books series, most notably, Merry Go Round in Oz, as well as many other childrens books. ... Age of Bronze issue 12 cover art Eric James Shanower (b. ...

Contents

A

  • A-B-Sea Serpent
  • Aa, the Salt Sorcerer of Oz
  • Abatha (Good Witch of the East)
  • Abrog, aka Gorba
  • Addie the Adding Adder
  • Queen Adora of Doorways
  • Agnes
  • Akbad
  • Alaunds
  • Prince Alberif of Peakenspire Island
  • Alexample
  • Alibabble
  • Allegro da Capo, the Musicker
  • Allen McGudgey
  • Guard Alligator
  • Amanda
  • Amas (Greys)
  • Ann Gora
  • Queen Ann Soforth of Oogaboo
  • Army of Ev
  • Army of Oogaboo (General Jo Apple, General Joe Bun, General Jo Cone, General Jo Clock, Colonel Jo Plum, Colonel Jo Egg, Colonel Jo Banjo, Colonel Jo cheese, Mayor Jo Nail, Mayor Jo Cake, Mayor Jo Ham, Mayor Jo Stockings, Captain Jo Sandwich, Captain Jo Padlock, Captain Jo sundae, Captain Jo Buttons, Private Jo Files)
  • Atmos Fere
  • Ato
  • Audah, Aujah, Aurah (Three Adepts at Magic)
  • Aunt Em
  • Aurex
  • Axel
  • Gloma's Axman
  • Ayala, Princess
  • Azarine the Red

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B

  • Badmannah
  • King Bal Loon
  • Balloon Bird
  • Bamboula
  • Bandmaster of Tune Town
  • Bangalore
  • Barber of Rash
  • Barrel Bird
  • Bees of the Wicked Witch of the West
  • Belfaygor of Bourne
  • Bell Snickle
  • Benny the Public Benefactor
  • Betsy Bobbin
  • Bhookus
  • Biggen
  • Big Lavender Bear
  • Big Tim McGudgey
  • Bilbil/Prince Bobo of Boboland
  • Bill Bored
  • Bill the Live Iron Weathercock
  • Bill Un
  • Billina
  • Bini Aru
  • Binx
  • Bittyswittle
  • Bitty Bit
  • Blaaf
  • Blackjac
  • Blaff
  • Blanks of Blankenburg
  • Blaze
  • Blazes
  • Bleef
  • Bleeof
  • Bliff
  • Blink
  • Blinkem
  • Blinkie
  • Bloff
  • Bloo
  • Bloof
  • General Blotz
  • Blue Bear Rug
  • Blue Dragon
  • Blue Emperor
  • Bluefinch
  • Blue Rabbit
  • Bluesmith of Halidom
  • Bluff
  • Blufferoo
  • Blug
  • Blunderoo
  • Bluoff
  • Bob Up (Bobbie Downs)
  • Bodkin a groom in the stables of Halidom
  • Bodyguard of the Royal Pikemen in Bunnyburry
  • Boglodore
  • Boldoso
  • Bookman
  • Book of Royalty
  • Boq
  • Bortag
  • Bottles
  • Boxers of Ix
  • Boy Brigade of Umbrella Island
  • Bragga
  • The Braided Man of Pyramid Mountain
  • Breakfast the Bananny Goat
  • Bristle
  • Brown Wren
  • Bru
  • Bubbles of Up-hill-down-hill River
  • "Lucky" Bucky Jones
  • King Bud (Timothy) of Noland
  • Buddy aka Phanfahgorus
  • Bug-bear
  • Bunbury Breakfast Band
  • Bumpy Man (from Mo)
  • Bushy
  • Bustabo
  • Button-Bright aka Saladin Paracelsus de Lambertine Evagne von Smith
  • Buzzub

The Barrel Bird is a character in Ruth Plumly Thompsons The Curious Cruise of Captain Santa. ... Families Andrenidae Anthophoridae Apidae Colletidae Ctenoplectridae Halictidae Heterogynaidae Megachilidae Melittidae Oxaeidae Sphecidae Stenotritidae This article is about the insect. ... Belfaygor of Bourne, of the Land of the Barons in the Quadling Country, is a major character in Ruth Plumly Thompsons Jack Pumpkinhead of Oz. ... Bell Snickle is the major villain of John R. Neills The Scalawagons of Oz. ... Betsy Bobbin is a character in the Oz books by L. Frank Baum. ... Billina is a hen tossed overboard in a storm with Dorothy Gale in the novel Ozma of Oz, the third Oz book, and a sequel to L. Frank Baums The Wonderful Wizard of Oz. ... Look up Blaze, blaze in Wiktionary, the free dictionary. ... Look up Blaze, blaze in Wiktionary, the free dictionary. ... Example of a blinking eye (slow-motion) Blinking is the rapid closing and opening of the eyelid. ... Blinkie is the the principal wicked witch in L. Frank Baums The Scarecrow of Oz. ... Blooregard Q. Kazoo, or Bloo for short, is a character from the television show Fosters Home for Imaginary Friends, voiced by Keith Ferguson. ... For other uses, see Blue Dragon (disambiguation). ... Bluff may refer to: Look up bluff in Wiktionary, the free dictionary. ... Sanctity and Sacred redirect here. ... The Bookman was a book review owned by the George H. Doran company of New York, and edited by Arthur Bartlett Maurice (1873-1946) from 1899 to 1916, and John Chipman Farrar (1896 - 1974). ... Spoiler warning: Boq is a character in author Gregory Maguires 1995 novel Wicked: The Life and Times of the Wicked Witch of the West. ... Pyramid Mountain can refer to: Pyramid Mountain in Jasper National Park, Canada Pyramid Mountain in Wells Gray-Clearwater Volcanic Field of British Columbia, Canada One of six other mountains in British Columbia. ... A bristle is a stiff hair or feather. ... BRU may stand for: Brussels National Airport (IATA Code) 5-Bromouracil (Biochemistry) ... Noland is a fictional region neighboring the Land of Oz. ... Look up Buddy in Wiktionary, the free dictionary Buddy may refer to: Friend Buddy (Looney Tunes), an animated cartoon character in the Warner Bros. ... The Magical Monarch of Mo (1903) is a childrens fantasy book by L. Frank Baum. ... Bushy is a political epithet used in the United States to criticize a politician, bureaucrat, lower level government aide or commentator who blindly follows a George W. Bush policy at the expense of political geo-political or economic realities. ... Button-Bright is a character in the Oz books by L. Frank Baum. ...

C

  • Candy Man of Merryland
  • Cap'n Bill Weedles
  • Captain Fyter
  • Captain of the Paper Soldiers
  • Carter Green, the Vegetable Man
  • Cat with Two Tails
  • C. Bunn, Esquire
  • Cayke the Cookie Cook
  • Chalulu, Wise Man of Regalia
  • Chalk, the Wishing Horse
  • Chang Wang Woe
  • Charlie Hi-Lo
  • King Cheer of Illumi Nation
  • King Cheeriobed
  • Chick the Cherub
  • The Chief, editor-in chief of The Ozmapolitan
  • Chief Counselor of the Nomes
  • Chief Dipper of Pumperdink
  • Chief of the Snowmen of Icetown
  • Chief of the Whimsies
  • Chief Scarer of Scare City
  • Chief Scrapper of Patch
  • Chillywalla
  • Miss Chim
  • Chimney-villains
  • China Milk Maid
  • China Princess
  • King Chin Chilly of Isa Poso
  • Chinda, Grand Bozzywog of Samandra
  • Chiss
  • Chocolate Soldiers
  • Choggenmugger
  • Chopfyt
  • Queen Christine of Crystal City
  • Christmas Tree
  • King Christopher of Crystal City
  • Chunum
  • Cinders and Soot
  • Clank
  • Clocker
  • Cloud Fairies
  • Cloud Pushers
  • Collapsible Kite
  • Comfortable Camel
  • Confido
  • Conjo
  • Queen Coo-ee-oh
  • Cook of Fuddlecumjig
  • Cooks of Doughmain
  • Queen Cor of Coregos
  • Count-It-Up
  • Cowardly Lion
  • Colonel Crinkle
  • Crank Clock
  • Crim
  • Cross Patch
  • Crown Prince of the Lavalanders
  • Crunch
  • Princess Crystobel of Crystal City
  • Lady Cue of the Palace of Romance
  • Queen Curtain of the Palace of Romance
  • Curious Cottabus
  • Cuttenclip, Miss
  • Cuttenclips

Candyman may refer to: Ronald Clark OBryan - the notorious Halloween child poisoner from Pasadena, Texas. ... An early novel, A New Description of Merryland. ... Capn Bill is a fictional character found in L. Frank Baums Land of Oz. ... Cayke is a character in L. Frank Baums fictional Land of Oz. ... The Chief could mean: Paul Harragon - nicknamed The Chief, Harragon is an Australia Rugby League former player and commentator The Chief (newspaper) is a newspaper aimed at civil service workers in New York City The Chief (Get Smart) - a fictional character from the television situation comedy Get Smart Chief (comics... The Chiss is a four-legged fictional creature from the pages of L. Frank Baums 1913 Oz book The Patchwork Girl of Oz. ... For other uses, see Christmas tree (disambiguation). ... Clank is a fictional character in the Ratchet & Clank series of video games, voiced by prominent voice actor David Kaye. ... Queen Coo-ee-oh was the Queen of the Skeezers in L. Frank Baums novel, Glinda of Oz. ... Cover of The Cowardly Lion of Oz (1929) by Ruth Plumly Thompson. ... For other uses, see Crime (disambiguation). ... CRUNCH is a Saturday morning programming block dedicated to animation on the Canadian television channel YTV. CRUNCH premiered on September 9, 2006, [1] replacing The Zone Summer Weekends. ...

D

  • King Dad of Downtown
  • Dan the Secondhand Man
  • Dash
  • David B. Perry
  • Davy Jones
  • Daylight
  • Dear Deer
  • Delva
  • Dick Tater
  • Dickus, Third Dictator of Dikseyland
  • Dicky Bird
  • Didjaboo
  • Diksey Horner
  • Captain Dipp of the Spoon Brigade
  • Princess Doffi of Wackajammy (Aunt Doffi)
  • Dollfins
  • Queen Dolly of Merryland
  • Dolly
  • Dooners
  • Dorothy Gale
  • Doubtful Dromedary
  • King Dox
  • Dragonette
  • Dragonettes of Voe

Davy Jones, 1967 Davy Jones, an actor and singer, was born David Thomas Jones on December 30, 1945 in Manchester, England. ... Look up daylight in Wiktionary, the free dictionary. ... After the publication of THE WONDERFUL WIZARD OF OZ, L. Frank Baum wrote another fairy tale entitled DOT AND TOT OF MERRYLAND. This book was illustrated by Baums friend, W.W. Denslow, who had illustrated two of Baums book which were, FATHER GOOSE: HIS BOOK and THE WONDERFUL... For the Doctor Who character, see Ace (Doctor Who). ...

E

  • Eejabo
  • Electra
  • Elphaba
  • Princess Elma of Immense City
  • Eliza Jubb
  • Queen Else of Somewhere
  • Emerald Cutter
  • Enorma
  • Equinots
  • Erma, Queen of Light
  • Ervic, Prime Minister of the Skeezers
  • Esmeralda Ozgood
  • Eureka the Pink Kitten
  • Princess Evanna of Ev
  • Evered, Scarlet Prince of Rash (Prince Reddy)
  • Princess Evanna of Ev
  • King Evardo of Ev
  • Princess Evedna of Ev
  • Princess Evella of Ev
  • Prince Evington of Ev
  • Princess Evirene of Ev
  • King Evoldo of Ev
  • Prince Evring of Ev
  • Prince Evrob of Ev
  • Prince Evroland of Ev
  • Princess Evrose of Ev

Electra at the Tomb of Agamemnon In Greek mythology, Electra was daughter of Agamemnon and Clytemnestra. ... Elphaba is the name given to the Wicked Witch of the West in Wicked: The Life and Times of the Wicked Witch of the West by Gregory Maguire, as well as in the Broadway adaptation, Wicked. ... Ervic is a major character in L. Frank Baums Glinda of Oz, and often considered one of Baums strongest male characters, as his male characters often tend to be ineffectual. ... Eureka is a white kitten found by Dorothy Gales Uncle Henry, that he gives to her telling her that the name means I have found it!. She is introduced in Dorothy and the Wizard in Oz In a small cage, Dorothy carries Eureka in a small cage on a... Evoldo, a fictional character from the Land of Oz book series, is the cruel king of Ev. ...

F

  • Princess Faleero of Follensby Forest
  • Felina
  • Ferryman of the Winkie River
  • Fess
  • Field Mice
  • Figureheads of Rith Metic
  • Private Jo Files
  • Queen Fi-Nance of Down Town
  • Firelight
  • First amd Foremost of the Phanfasms
  • First Knight of the Realm (Palace of Romance)
  • Fisherman ("Who is Ozma of Oz?")
  • Fizzenpop, Grand Vizier of Rash
  • Flame Folk
  • Flatheads/Mountaineers
  • Flicker, leader of the Lanternesians
  • Flicker, the Candle-Maker
  • Flinder
  • Flittermouse
  • King Flub-Bub of the Scooters
  • Princess Fluff (Margaret) of Noland
  • Flutterbudgets
  • Foolish Owl
  • Forge John
  • Fouranfour
  • Fox-Captain
  • Fred, aka Fredrigo
  • Friem
  • Frogman
  • Fudge (Fridolf Umberto Georgio)
  • King Fumbo of Ragbad
  • Funnybones

Felina may refer to: Felinae: scientific classification for small cats Lontra felina: scientific name of the marine otter La Felina: aka Gail Kim, professional wrestler Feleena: heroine of Marty Robbins song El Paso Felina Furr: secret identity of Alley-Kat-Abra (DC Comics) Professor Felina Ivy: character in Pokemon Category... This article is about the creatures from Oz; The Field Mice is the band of that name. ... Princess Ozma Princess Ozma is a fictional character in the Land of Oz universe created by L. Frank Baum. ... Noland is a fictional region neighboring the Land of Oz. ... The Frogman is a man-sized frog who appears as a character in some of L. Frank Baums Oz books. ... For other uses, see Fudge (disambiguation). ...

G

  • Gardener of the Rose Kingdom
  • Queen Garee of Pingaree
  • Gargoyles
  • Gayelette
  • Getsom and Gotsom
  • Giant with the Hammer
  • Gig
  • Ginger, slave of the Dinner-Bell
  • Bungle the Glass Cat
  • Glinda the Good (Good Witch of the South)
  • Gloma of the Black Forest (Good Witch of the West)
  • Princess Gloria of Jinxland
  • Glubdo
  • Gludwig
  • Godorkas
  • Queen Godown of Stairways
  • Good Children
  • Good Witch of the North (Tattypoo)
  • Googly-Goo
  • King Gos of Coregos
  • Grampa
  • Grand Chew Chew of the Silver Islands
  • Grand Gallipoot of the Growleywogs
  • Grand Gheewizard of the Silver Islands
  • Grand Mo-Gull
  • Grandmother Gnit
  • Grapegatherer
  • Great Dragon
  • Greta
  • Grumph
  • Grumpy
  • Guardian of the Gates of the Emerald City
  • Guardian of the Magic Muffin Tree
  • Gugu
  • Guide Book
  • Prince Gules
  • The Gump
  • General Guph
  • Princess Gureeda
  • Gwig, Royal Sorcerer of the Mangaboos

This article is about gargoyles, the statues. ... Gayelette is a character in L. Frank Baums novel, The Wonderful Wizard of Oz. ... Bungle, the Glass Cat is a character in The Oz books of L. Frank Baum. ... Glinda (or Glinda the Good Witch) is a fictional character in the Land of Oz created by American author L. Frank Baum. ... The Good Witch of the North is a fictional character in the Land of Oz, created by American author L. Frank Baum. ... The Guardian of the Gates is an important character in the Oz books of L. Frank Baum. ... The Gump is a character from the Oz Books series by L. Frank Baum. ...

H

  • Hah Hoh, Town Laugher of Kimbaloo
  • Half a Lion
  • Hammerheads
  • Handy Mandy
  • Hank the Mule
  • Happy Toko, Imperial Punster of the Silver Islands
  • Harum Scarum
  • Hashem
  • Heelers
  • Herbertha
  • Herby the Medicine Man
  • Hiergargo
  • High Boy
  • High Coco-Lorum of Thi
  • High Qui-questioner of Keretaria
  • Hi-Lo, Mr.
  • Hi-Lo, Mrs.
  • Himself the Elf
  • Hip Hopper
  • Hippenscop
  • Hi-po-gy-raf
  • Hi-Swinger
  • His Woodjesty of the Twigs
  • Hoochafoo
  • Hook Noses
  • Hopfrog Esquire
  • Humpty Bumpty
  • Humpy (2O2-BE10-B47)
  • Hundred Year Alarm Clock
  • Hungry Tiger
  • Hurrywurree, Chief Counselor of the Quix
  • Queen Hyacinth of Uptown

The City of Thi is a fictional city in the Winkie Country of the Land of Oz, from the Oz Books by L. Frank Baum. ... ...

I

  • Ianu
  • Imperial Persuader
  • Imperial Squawmos
  • Prince Inga of Pingaree
  • Invisible Bears
  • Ippty
  • Queen Isomere of Seebania
  • Iva
  • I-Wish-I-Was

IVA is the name given to the Portuguese tax Imposto sobre Valor Acrescentado, the equivalent to the British VAT. As of 2005, IVA taxes primary necessity articles (such as food, medicine and cultural products) with a 5% value on top of the regular price, and most consumer products with a...

J

  • King Jackalack of Wackajammy
  • Jack Pott
  • Jack Pumpkinhead
  • Jaguar
  • Jak Horner
  • Jam (Jonathan Andrew Manley)
  • Javen
  • Queen Jazzma of Tune Town
  • Jessamine
  • Jellia Jamb
  • Jenny Jump
  • J. Glegg
  • Jim the Cab-Horse
  • Jinjur
  • Jinnicky the Red Jinn
  • Jinx
  • Joe King
  • Joker, Mr.
  • John Dough
  • Johnny Cake
  • Johnny Dooit
  • Johnwan
  • Jol Jemkiph Soforth
  • Mr. Jubb
  • Mrs. Jubb
  • Junnenrump

cover of Jack Pumpkinhead of Oz (1929) by By Ruth Plumly Thompson Jack Pumpkinhead is a character from the fictional Oz book series by L. Frank Baum. ... For other uses, see Jaguar (disambiguation). ... Species See text Jasmine is a shrub of the genus Jasminum in the Family Oleaceae, with about 300 species, native to tropical and subtropical regions of the Old World, and widely cultivated. ... Jellia Jamb is a fictional character from the Oz series by L. Frank Baum. ... Jenny Jump is an important character in the four Oz books of John R. Neill. ... Jinjur is a character in the Oz books by L. Frank Baum. ... The Red Jinn, later known as Jinnicky, is one of Ruth Plumly Thompsons most frequently occurring characters in her Oz books. ... For other uses, see Jinx (disambiguation). ... John Dough was a common name for a gingerbread man at the turn of the century, though the best-remembered John Dough is that created by L. Frank Baum, primarily for his cameo appearance in The Road to Oz, but his most significant appearance was in Baums 1906 novel... Johnny Dooit is a fictional inventor appearing in L. Frank Baums 1909 novel, The Road to Oz. ...

K

  • Queen Kabebe of Stratovania
  • Kabumpo
  • Kachewka
  • Kalidahs
  • Kaliko
  • Kangaroo
  • Kapoosa, Major Dumbo of Menankypoo
  • Kayub
  • King Kerr of Keretaria (Uncle Kerr)
  • King Kerry of Keretaria
  • Prince Kettywig of Pumperdink
  • King Kik-a-bray of Dunkiton
  • Kiki Aru
  • King Kinda Jolly of Kimbaloo
  • King of Corabia
  • King of Corumbia
  • King of Fix City
  • King of Play
  • King of Shuttertown
  • King of the Fairy Beavers
  • King of the Figure Heads
  • King of the Soup Sea
  • King of the Winged Monkeys
  • King Kitticut of Pingaree
  • King Kleaver of Utensia
  • Kojo
  • King Konk
  • King Krewl of Jinxland
  • Knooks
  • Ku-Klip
  • Kuma Party
  • Kumup
  • King Kynd of Jinxland

Kabumpo is the Elegant Elephant of Pumperdink, a small, old-fashioned country in the northern part of Oz. ... Kalidahs are a fictitious species of animal created by childrens author L. Frank Baum for his novel The Wonderful Wizard of Oz. ... Kaliko is a fictional character from L. Frank Baums Oz series. ... Steven Cojo Cojocaru (born on January 5, 1965 in Montreal, Canada) is a fashion expert. ... A Knook is a type of immortal being or fairy in the work of L. Frank Baum. ... Ku-Klip is a character in the Oz books of L. Frank Baum. ...

L

  • Lambert
  • Princess Langwidere of Ev
  • Larry the Lord High Chigglewitz, Chief Personage of the Village of Fuddlecumjig
  • Laughing Dragon
  • Laughing Willows
  • Lazy Quadling
  • Leon the Neon
  • Li-Mon-Eags
  • Little Minty
  • Little Pink Bear
  • Lonesome Duck
  • Long-Eared Hearer
  • Loo
  • Lord High Freezer
  • Lord High Humpus of Perhaps City
  • Lord High Mayor of Hightown
  • Lord High Upper Dupper
  • Lorna
  • Loxo
  • Lurline (Queen of the Fairies)

Lambert may refer to Lambert of Maastricht, bishop, saint, and martyr Lambert Mieszkowic, son of Mieszko I of Poland Lambert McKenna, Irish scholar, Editor and Lexicographer. ... Princess Langwidere is a fictional character created by L. Frank Baum, who appears in Ozma of Oz, the third book in the Oz series. ... The Lonesome Duck is a character in The Magic of Oz, the thirteenth of the fourteen Oz books written by L. Frank Baum; he makes brief but gaudy appeareances in two of the books later chapters. ... Look up loo in Wiktionary, the free dictionary. ... im not deaf, im ignoring you says: I AM A LAAAAAAAADY ... The Loxo are a fictive race in the Dungeons & Dragons fantasy role-playing game. ...

M

  • Makebel Eva
  • Maltese Majesty of Catty Corners
  • Mrs. Manley
  • Professor Manley
  • Queen Marcia of Mudland
  • Makebel Eva
  • Margolotte
  • Maribella
  • Priness Marygolden
  • Matiah
  • Max, the Mix-Master, King of Tidy Town, formerly of Hotchinpotch
  • Meander
  • Memo
  • Merry Go Round
  • Mifkets
  • Mifkits
  • Mimics of Mount Illuso
  • Mira, Marchioness if Muckengoo
  • Mis-erable Mesmerizer
  • Mist Maidens
  • Mixtuppa
  • Munchkins
  • Mo-fi
  • Mogodore the Mighty, Baron of Baffleburg
  • Mombi
  • Mooj
  • Moonlight
  • Mopsi Aru
  • Muddle
  • Mugly
  • General Mugwump of the Army of the Silver Islands
  • Munchkin Farmer, builder of the Scarecrow
  • Mustafa of Mudge

A meander is a bend in a river, also known as an oxbow loop. ... A memorandum is an informal, or recorded, form of communication, usually used by businesses from executives to employees. ... Alternate meanings: see Munchkin (disambiguation) The word munchkin was first coined by L. Frank Baum in his 1900 novel The Wonderful Wizard of Oz. ... Mombi is a character from the L Frank Baum Oz Books series, and appears in the book The Marvelous Land of Oz. ... Moonlight has several meanings: Moonlight is the light that is perceived as coming from the moon. ... The Scarecrow is a character in the fictional Land of Oz created by American author L. Frank Baum and illustrator William Wallace Denslow. ...

N

Nanda Dynasty, ruled Eastern India in the 5th and 4th centuries BCE Nanda (mythology), in Hinduism, a peasant and foster-father of Krishna Nanda (Buddhism), half-brother of the Buddha NANDA, North American Nursing Diagnosis Association Nanjing University, colloquially called Nanda (pinyin Nándà, Chinese characters 南大) Nanda, a Jat and... Species See text Solanum is a genus of annuals, perennials, sub-shrubs, shrubs and climbers. ... Dr. Pipt, sometimes called The Crooked Magician is a fictional character from the Oz books series by L. Frank Baum. ... Information Nickname(s) Nimmie Species human Gender female Age unknown Date of birth unknown Date of death probably immortal Occupation houswife Spouse(s) Chopfyt Children none (in canonical books) Relatives unknown Address northeastern Munchkin Country Nationality Munchkin Created by L. Frank Baum Nimmie Amee is the Munchkin girl whom the... The Tin Woodman (also known as The Tin Man or The Tin Woodsman (the latter appearing only in adaptations)) is a character in the fictional Land of Oz created by American author L. Frank Baum. ... Nina is a given name. ... Noma is a town located in Holmes County, Florida. ... Cover of The Gnome King of Oz (1927) by Ruth Plumly Thompson. ... 9 (nine) is the natural number following 8 and preceding 10. ...

O

  • Octopuss
  • Og the Ogre of Ogowan
  • Ojo the Lucky, aka Ojo the Unlucky
  • Oliver, the hedge bird
  • Omby Amby, the Soldier with the Green Whiskers aka Wantowin Battles
  • Opie Carpenter
  • Opodock
  • Princess Orange Blossom of the Silver Islands
  • Queen Orin of the Ozure Isles
  • Orpah
  • The Ork, Flipper
  • Overman-Anu
  • Owl Man
  • King Oz
  • Princess Ozana of Storybook Mountain
  • Ozeerus
  • Ozga
  • Ozma of Oz
  • Oztrich
  • Ozwog
  • Ozwold
  • Ozwoz the Wozard

Ojo is a character from the fictional Oz book series by L. Frank Baum. ... The Soldier with the Green Whiskers is a major character in the Oz books of L. Frank Baum and his successors. ... The Good Witch of the North is a fictional character in the Land of Oz, created by American author L. Frank Baum. ... Princess Ozma Princess Ozma is a fictional character in the Land of Oz universe created by L. Frank Baum. ...

P

  • Princess Pajonia of Pumperdink
  • Prince Patter of Roganda (Pat)
  • Pajuka the Goose/Pajuka the Prime Minister
  • Pastoria
  • The Patchwork Girl, Scraps
  • King Peer Haps of Perhaps City
  • Princess Peg Amy of Sun Top Mountain
  • Peggo
  • Pepper and Salt, guards of Rash
  • Percy
  • Percy Vere, the Forgetful Poet Laureate of Perhaps City
  • Grandma Perry
  • Pessim
  • Peter Brown
  • Peter Pun
  • Phanfarillo
  • Phanfasms
  • King Phearse of Jinxland
  • Prince Philador of the Ozure Isles
  • Planetty
  • Pid
  • Pigasus
  • Pinny
  • Pinny Penny, Prime Minister of Skampavia
  • Dr. Pipt
  • Ploppa
  • Poco (Pocotristi Sostenuto)
  • Polychrome
  • Prince Pompadore of Pumperdink
  • King Pompus of Pumperdink
  • Pon, the Gardener's Boy
  • Pop Lollypop
  • Poppet
  • Posties
  • Postman
  • Potaroo, Royal Wizard of the Nome Kingdom, a fifth-rate Wizard.
  • Queen Pozy Pink of Pumperdink
  • Queen Preserva of Preservia
  • Prime Piecer of Patch
  • Prime Preserve of Preservia
  • Prime Pumper of Pumperdink
  • Prince of the Mangaboos
  • Prince Perix of Perhaps City
  • Princess of Monday Mountain
  • Princess of the Mangaboos
  • Princess Pretty Good of Perhaps City, formerly Urtha
  • Professor Grunter Swyne
  • Professor H.M. Wogglebug, T.E.
  • Lord Props of the Valley of Romance
  • Pudge, Sage of Ragbad
  • Puffup

Geese redirects here. ... Pastoria is a fictional character in the Oz books by L. Frank Baum. ... The Patchwork Girl (aka Scraps) is a character from the fantasy Oz Book series by L. Frank Baum. ... There have been several people named Peter Brown. ... PID stands for a number of things, including: Principal ideal domain, in abstract algebra, an integral domain in which every ideal is principal Proportional-Integral-Derivative controller, a feedback loop component in control theory and industrial control applications Pelvic inflammatory disease, an infection of the female uterus, fallopian tubes, and... Steinbecks pigasus The Pigasus was used by John Steinbeck as a personal stamp with the Latin motto Ad astra per alia porci (to the stars on the wings of a pig). ... Girl wearing a white pinafore over her dress (about 1910). ... Dr. Pipt, sometimes called The Crooked Magician is a fictional character from the Oz books series by L. Frank Baum. ... Poco is an American country rock band. ... Polychrome is the daughter of the rainbow. ... A Poppet is a Maiden or Mother Goddess doll. ... Pudge is a nickname bestowed upon two Major League Baseball catchers: Carlton Fisk, Hall of Fame catcher with the Boston Red Sox and Chicago White Sox; or Ivan Rodriguez, current catcher for the Detroit Tigers, given the nickname out of respect to Fisk. ...

Q

  • General Quakes, Commander of the Royal Army of Pumperdink
  • Queen of Ev
  • Queen of the Bigwigs
  • Queen of the Field Mice aka Ramina
  • Queen of the Scoodlers
  • Quelala
  • Quiberon
  • Quick Silver
  • Quiggeroc, General of the Nomes
  • Quink, Queen of the Shellbacks
  • Quox

Quiberon (Kiberen in Breton) is a commune of the Morbihan département, in the région of Bretagne. ... General Name, Symbol, Number Mercury, Hg, 80 Chemical series transition metals Group, Period, Block 12 (IIB), 6 , d Density, Hardness liquid 13. ...

R

  • Queen Ra of the Mimics
  • King Radj of Roaraway Island
  • Rak
  • Randum
  • Prince Randy of Regalia aka Randywell Handywell Bradenburg Bompadoo, Prince of the Purple Mountains
  • Rango
  • Rattlesnake
  • Reachard
  • Realbad the Bandit
  • Red Kite
  • Prince Reddy of Rash
  • Reera the Red
  • King Renard IV/"King Dox"
  • Rhomba
  • Rhyming Dictionary
  • Rigmaroles
  • Rinkitink
  • Ripper the Scissor Bird
  • Robin Satchiverus Brown
  • Roganda, Queen of the Unicorns
  • Roger the Read Bird
  • Rollo the Worst, King of the Hoopers
  • Rolly
  • Roquat, aka Ruggedo
  • Queen Rora of the Flatheads
  • Queen Rosa Mary of Kimbaloo
  • Rosie
  • Rosine
  • Rough Pasha, Irasha
  • Roundaboutys
  • Royal Steward
  • Ruby Imp, the
  • Runaway Land
  • Prince Rupert of Kapurta
  • Rusty Ore
  • Ryls

Menara International Airport (IATA Airport Code: RAK) in Marrakech, Morocco, is a small international facility that receives some European flights as well as flights from Casablanca and some of the Arabian nations. ... Binomial name Milvus milvus Linnaeus, 1758 The Red Kite (Milvus milvus) is a medium-large bird of prey in the family Accipitridae, which also includes many other diurnal raptors such as eagles, buzzards and harriers. ... Viktor Lavrentievich Zokas, better known by his alias of Renard, the Anarchist, is a fictional character and villain in the James Bond film The World Is Not Enough. ... ROLLY (ローリー 寺西) is a Japanese musician and music producer. ... Cover of The Gnome King of Oz (1927) by Ruth Plumly Thompson. ... The Nome King is an old enemy of the characters of L. Frank Baums Oz books. ... Rosie is a womans name, originally a pet form of the given name Rose. ... A Ryl is a type of immortal being or fairy in the work of L. Frank Baum. ...

S

  • Safety Pin Policeman
  • Sally the Salamander
  • Salye Soforth
  • Captain Samuel Salt
  • Sand Man
  • Santa Claus
  • Saw-Horse
  • Scarecrow
  • Scarlet Spider
  • Scoodlers
  • Septimius Septentrion (Tim)
  • Sevenanone
  • Queen Sew and Sew of Ragbad (Mrs. Sew and Sew)
  • Scarlet Alligator
  • Shaggy Man
  • Shagomar
  • Shah of Subterranea, His Imperial Lowness
  • Shampoozle, the Sultan of Suds
  • Shepherd of the Rolling Country
  • Shirley Sunshine
  • Shoofenwaller
  • Siko Pompus
  • Silly, King of the Sillhouettes of Cave City
  • Singer of Rash
  • Singra (Wicked Witch of the South)
  • Sir Hokus of Pokes
  • Sister Six
  • Sixantoo
  • Sizzeroo
  • Skally
  • Skamperoo of Skampavia
  • Skeezers
  • Queen Skippyfoo of Tappytown
  • Sky Sweepers
  • Sky Terrier
  • Slammer
  • Slayrum
  • Sleerperoo, King of Gapers' Gulch
  • Slug-a-bug
  • Smerker, Chief Scorner of Baffleburg
  • Smirch
  • Smith and Tinker
  • Snif the Iffin
  • Snip the Button-Boy
  • Snoctorotomus
  • Snorpus
  • Snorpy
  • Soft-Shell Crab
  • Snufferbux
  • Soothsayer
  • Sparrow
  • Speedy
  • Spezzle
  • Spider
  • Spider King
  • Spikers
  • Spots, the Leopard with the Changing Spots
  • Spud
  • Squealina Swyne
  • Squirrel
  • Stampedro
  • Stampeero
  • Star
  • Starina
  • Starlight
  • Sticken Plaster
  • Stirem
  • Stork
  • Strutoovius
  • King Stubby of Tappy Town
  • Sultan of Samandra
  • Sunlight
  • Su-posy
  • The Supreme Dictator (Su Dic) of the Flatheads

A statue of the sandman of Sandmännchen at Filmpark Babelsberg The Sandman is a character in popular Western folklore who brings good sleep and dreams by sprinkling magic sand onto the eyes of children. ... A typical depiction of Santa Claus. ... The Saw-Horse, sometimes spelled Sawhorse, is a character from L Frank Baums Oz books series. ... The Scarecrow is a character in the fictional Land of Oz created by American author L. Frank Baum and illustrator William Wallace Denslow. ... Shaggy Man is a character in the Oz books by L. Frank Baum. ... Singra is a municipality located in the province of Teruel, Aragon, Spain. ... Sir Hokus of Pokes is a character in the later Oz books by Ruth Plumly Thompson. ... Slammer can refer to: the SQL slammer worm a slang term for prison or jail an Alabama Slammer cocktail an Israeli self-propelled 155mm howitzer based on a Merkava chassis. ... Smith and Tinker are fictional characters from the Land of Oz book series; they are only briefly mentioned and never actually appear in the books. ... Louis XI (July 3, 1423 – August 30, 1483), called the Prudent (French: ) and the Universal Spider (Old French: luniverselle aragne) or the Spider King, was the King of France from 1461−83. ... This article is about the astronomical object. ... Location of Stará Ľubovňa District in the Prešov Region. ... Starlight is a common word for the glow of stars. ... Prism splitting light High Resolution Solar Spectrum Sunlight in the broad sense is the total spectrum of the electromagnetic radiation given off by the Sun. ...

T

  • Taffy (Tamlyn Faustina Ynez)
  • Taka, Fat Chancellor of Menankypoo
  • Talia, Princess
  • Prince Tandy of Ozamaland aka Tazander Tazah
  • Prince Tatters of Ragbad
  • Tazzywaller
  • Teebo
  • Tempus the Parrot-Ox
  • Terp the Terrible
  • Terrybubble
  • King Theodore of Doorways
  • Thists
  • Thun
  • Thunderbugs
  • King Ticket of the Valley of Romance
  • Tickley Bender
  • Tighty
  • Tik-Tok (Tiktok)
  • Til Loon, Royal Mendress of Loonville
  • Nick Chopper, the Tin Woodman
  • Tin Man
  • Mr. Tinker
  • Tiny
  • Tip aka Tippetarius
  • Tip Topper
  • Tip Topsy
  • Tititi-Hoochoo, the Great Jinjin
  • Tobias Bridlecull, Jr. (Toby)
  • Toddledy, Prime Moneyster of the Ozure Isles
  • Tollydiggle
  • Tom, Dick, Harry, and Flummox
  • Tom Jones aka Zebbidiah
  • Tommy Kwikstep
  • Tommy Tallow
  • Tompy Terry (Thomas P. Terry)
  • Too Fang
  • Too Too
  • Torpedodo
  • Torpedora
  • Torpy
  • Toto
  • Tottenhots
  • Totter Off
  • Town Crier of Kimbaloo
  • Town Crier of Wonder City
  • Tozzyfog
  • Trinkarinkarina, Princess aka Trin
  • Troll King
  • Trot (Mayre Griffith[s])
  • Truth Teller
  • Tsing Tsing
  • Tubekins
  • Tuzzle, Grand Vizier of Samandra
  • Twiffle
  • Twink Jones aka Abbadiah
  • Twinkler, the
  • Twobyfour
  • Twoffle

Taffy can refer to any of the following: Taffy is Lindays doggy. ... Tempus is a Latin word meaning time. ... The City of Thi is a fictional city in the Winkie Country of the Land of Oz, from the Oz Books by L. Frank Baum. ... For the insects, see Thrips Thunderbugs were a British girl group, briefly popular in 1999. ... Tik-Tok of Oz For the novel by John Sladek, see Tik-Tok (novel). ... The Tin Woodman (also known as The Tin Man or The Tin Woodsman (the latter appearing only in adaptations)) is a character in the fictional Land of Oz created by American author L. Frank Baum. ... Tin Man may refer to: In television: Tin Man (Stargate SG-1), an episode of the science fiction television series Stargate SG-1 Tin Man (TNG episode), an episode from the third season of Star Trek: The Next Generation Tin Man (miniseries), a modern re-imagining of The Wonderful Wizard... Princess Ozma Princess Ozma is a fictional character in the Land of Oz universe created by L. Frank Baum. ... Terry, the Cairn Terrier who played Toto in the film Toto is the name of a fictional dog in L. Frank Baums Oz series of childrens books, and works derived from them. ... Trot is a fictional character in L. Frank Baums Land of Oz. ...

U

  • Ugly One (Shaggy Man's brother, aka Wiggy)
  • Ugu the shoemaker
  • King Umb of the Mimics
  • Umbrellaphant
  • Umph
  • Umptillio
  • Unc Nunkie
  • Uncle Bill Hugson
  • Uncle Billy
  • Uncle Henry
  • Uncles of Wiseacres
  • Un Selfish
  • Unicorn, the

Ugu the Shoemaker is a character in the fictional Land of Oz created by author L. Frank Baum. ... Umph is an effervescent tablet which can be dissolved into a beverage in order to add caffeine and other ingredients which are intended to provide energy. ... Unc Nunkie is a character from the fictional Oz book series by L. Frank Baum. ... Uncle Henry is a fictional character from The Oz Books by L. Frank Baum. ...

V

  • Vaga
  • Queen Vanetta of Blankenburg
  • Valynn
  • Vesper Bell
  • Victor Columbia Edison
  • Vinegar and Mustard, guards of Rash
  • King Vig of Herku City
  • Queen Violetta of Lake Lavendra
  • Voice That Lost His Man

County Oppland Landscape Gudbrandsdalen Municipality NO-0515 Administrative centre VÃ¥gÃ¥ Mayor (2003) Rune Øygard (Ap) Official language form Nynorsk Area  - Total  - Land  - Percentage Ranked 68 1,330 km² 1,253 km² 0. ... The Phonograph is a character from the Land of Oz books by L. Frank Baum. ...

W

A Waddy is an Australian Aboriginal war club. ... Weeping Willows is a Swedish pop group that started 1995. ... Wheelers is a science fiction novel authored by English mathematician Ian Stewart and reproductive biologist Jack Cohen, figures notable for both their personal scholarly work and numerous individual and collaborative contributions to the world of sci-fi. ... The Wicked Witch of the East is a character in the fictional Land of Oz created by American author L. Frank Baum in his classic books. ... The Wicked Witch, as portrayed by Margaret Hamilton in the 1939 film The Wizard of Oz The Wicked Witch of the West (or simply The Wicked Witch) is a character in the fictional Land of Oz created by American author L. Frank Baum in his childrens books. ... Binomial name Felis silvestris Schreber, 1775 subspecies See text The Wildcat (Felis silvestris), sometimes Wild Cat or Wild-cat, is a small predator native to Europe, the western part of Asia, and Africa. ... The Tin Woodman (also known as The Tin Man or The Tin Woodsman (the latter appearing only in adaptations)) is a character in the fictional Land of Oz created by American author L. Frank Baum. ... Winged monkeys (often referred to in adaptations and pop culture as flying monkeys) are characters from The Wonderful Wizard of Oz, of enough impact between the books and the 1939 movie to have taken their own place in pop culture, regularly referenced in comedic or ironic situations as a source... The Winkie Country is a division of the fictional Land of Oz. ... Winks are animated files that appear in MSN Messenger 7 and threedegrees. ... The Wise Donkey is a character from two L. Frank Baum novels: A New Wonderland (The Magical Monarch of Mo) (1899/1903) and The Patchwork Girl of Oz (1913). ... The Wizard, on the cover of Dorothy and the Wizard in Oz The Wizard of Oz (or simply The Wizard) is a fictional character in the Land of Oz created by American author L. Frank Baum and further popularized by the classic 1939 movie. ... Wolves may refer to: Gray Wolf Other uses of Wolf: see Wolf (disambiguation) Wolverhampton Wanderers F.C. Category: ... The Woozy, Ojo, Scraps, and Bungle from the 1913 Oz book. ...

X

  • X-Pando the Elevator Man

Y

  • Yammer Jammer
  • Yankee
  • Yellow Hen of Perhaps City
  • Mr. Yoop
  • Mrs. Yoop

Mrs. ...

Z

A large ZIF socket (socket A) ZIF is an acronym for zero insertion force. ... Queen Zixi of Ix, or The Story of the Magic Cloak is a 1905 childrens book written by L. Frank Baum and illustrated by Frederick Richardson. ...

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