Harry Potter Etymology | Harry Potter
HARRY: J.K. Rowling’s favorite boy’s name. The name Harry is of Anglo-Saxon origin and means “power” and “home ruler.”
POTTER: A name J.K. Rowling has always been fond of since childhood. “Potter’s Field” is often the name given to a cemetery where a city or town buries those who have gone unclaimed or unwanted (a community’s orphans). “Potter’s Field” is also considered a cursed land because Judas hung himself in one.
To the right
To the left
We will fight till death
Till the Edge of the Earth
It’s a Brave New World
From the last to the first
The world isn’t split into good people and Death Eaters. We’ve all got both light and dark inside us. What matters is the part we choose to act on.
Harry Potter Etymology | Minerva McGonagall
MINERVA: The Roman counterpart to the Greek goddess named Athena. Both women in their respective mythologies represent war, handicraft and practical reason or wisdom.
MCGONAGALL: The name is Scottish (also written as McGonigle or McGonegal) and is from the Celtic name “Conegal,” which means “the bravest.”
Evanna Lynch in Tribeca Film Festival.