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It must get better. The way we treat and look after each other. It must get better somehow.

— Sylvie to Musidora


Sylvie Marie Laure Coquellin (b. 30 April), known professionally as Sylvie Laure, is a French half-blood witch of the Coquellin family, the only child of Cesaire and Sabine Coquellin (née Fournier). She was born and raised in Bordeaux, a port city in southwestern France, while her family first gained recognition for her father's role in advocating for the accused during a controversial murder trial. Growing up, she was incredibly close to her grandfather Norvel, who imbued her with morals of benevolence and generosity. 

Upon attending Beauxbatons Academy of Magic at the age of eleven, Sylvie was Sorted into Rouerie, the House of kindness and cleverness.

Biography

Family lineage

Early life

Beauxbatons years

First year

Second year

Third year

Fourth year

Fifth year

Sixth year

Seventh year

Life after Beauxbatons

Later life

Physical description

Personality and traits

Magical abilities and skills

  • Duelling:
  • Bilingualist:
  • Household spells:
  • Modelling:
  • Love:
Turtle patronus

Sylvie's corporeal patronus (form of a turtle)

Possessions

  • Honey locust wand:

Relationships

Family

Parents

Son

Albus Cauldwell

"He was funny, smart, moody, a pain. And I loved him, very much. He was my best friend."
—Sylvie speaking at Albus's funeral

Etymology

Sylvie is a name of French origin, the French variation of the Latin name Sylvia, meaning is "from the forest".

Marie is a French cognate of Mary, which is derived from the Hebrew Miryām, a name of debated meaning. Many believe it to mean "sea of bitterness" or "sea of sorrow."

The name Laura is derived from the Latin laurus (laurel, an evergreen shrub or tree whose leaves were woven into wreaths by the ancient Greeks to crown victors in various contests).

The French surname Coquellin is of nickname origin, deriving from a physical or personal characteristic of the original bearer of the name. The name Coquellin is derived from the French term "coq" and was used to refer to one who was confident or "cocky".

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