Harry Potter Etymology | Hermione Granger
HERMIONE: Means “well-born,” “earthy,” or “stone.” Refers to peony-type flowers. The feminine version of Hermes. In Greek mythology, was often known as the patron saint of high magic.
GRANGER: Granger is the name of a character from the book Fahrenheit 451. He is the leader of a group of intellectuals known as “The Book People,” whose goal is the preservation of liturature in the face of their government’s efforts to burn and destroy all books.