Here are more words from Lev Grossman's book "The Magicians."
Pedagogy = the profession or function of a teacher; teaching. The art of science of teaching, especially instruction in teaching methods.
Plashing = bending and intertwining (branches, stems, etc.) so as to form a hedge.
Plenary = full, complete, absolute; for attendance by all members.
Scrim = a light, sheer, loosely woven cotton or linen cloth used for curtains, upholstery linings, etc.; a hanging of such cloth used in theatrical productions either as an opaque backdrop or as a semitransparent curtain, depending on the lighting.
Sangfroid = cool self-possession or composure.
Sigil = a seal, signet; an image or sign thought to have some mysterious power in magic or astrology.
Syllogism = an argument or form of reasoning in which two statements or premises are made and a logical conclusion is drawn from them. Reasoning from the general to the particular; deductive logic. An instance of subtle, tricky or specious reasoning.
Verger = a person who carries a rod or staff symbolic of an office before a bishop, dean, etc., in a procession. A church caretaker or usher.
Warren = a piece of land enclosed for the breeding of game; a space or limited area in which rabbits breed or are numerous; any building or group of buildings like a rabbit warren.
Actinic = having to do with that property of ultraviolet light, x-rays or other radiations by which chemical changes are produced.
Cacodemon = an evil spirit or devil.