Harry Potter Etymology | Colin Creevey
COLIN: Means “youth, child, or victor.” Also means “young dog,” which fits his devotion to Harry.
CREEVEY: A common surname. From Irish origin, meaning ‘prolific’ – possibly a reference to the creevey brothers’ persistence or from “Creeve” =”to burst,” suggesting the Creevey brothers’ excitability.
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