Sometimes I feel like life is just one long preparation for something that never happens.
— Persia to Philip
Life after Hogwarts
Personality and traits
Magical abilities and skills
Persia is a Biblical baby name, meaning an object or that which "cuts or divides": for instance, a nail, a gryphon, a horseman.
Isobel is the Scottish form of Isabel, a Spanish variant of Elizabeth meaning "God is my oath" or "pledged to God".
Kathryn is a feminine given name and comes from the Greek meaning for "pure". It is a variant of Katherine.
Potter is a very common surname of English origin. It traditionally refers to the occupation of making pottery. Beatrix Potter was a well-known English children's author. Potter's Field is the name for a burial ground for the unknown or unclaimed dead, particularly soldiers and orphans; the Potter family had many members that fit that description. The Potter Box is a model for making ethical decisions developed at Harvard University.