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*[[Gordon Pummell (II)]], a [[Slytherin]] student at [[Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry]] in the [[1990s]]
 
*[[Gordon Pummell (II)]], a [[Slytherin]] student at [[Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry]] in the [[1990s]]
 
==Etymology==
 
==Etymology==
'''Gordon''' is generally used as a male's name. It's origin is from Old [[England]] and Gaelic cultures. The meaning of Gordon is "''large fortification"''. The name also has more vague references and meanings, such as it can mean "''hill near meadows"'' or "triangular hill" when refering to a place.
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'''Gordon''' is generally used as a male's name. Its origin is from Old [[England]] and Gaelic cultures. The meaning of Gordon is "''large fortification"''. The name also has more vague references and meanings, such as it can mean "''hill near meadows"'' or "triangular hill" when referring to a place.
   
 
Pummell most likely came from the English verb "''to pummel''". This means "''to strike repeatedly (often with fists)''" or "''to critisize thouroughly and regularly (usually in writing thought sometimes verbally as well)''".
 
Pummell most likely came from the English verb "''to pummel''". This means "''to strike repeatedly (often with fists)''" or "''to critisize thouroughly and regularly (usually in writing thought sometimes verbally as well)''".

Revision as of 20:36, September 17, 2013

Gordon Pummell is a name that can refer to:

Etymology

Gordon is generally used as a male's name. Its origin is from Old England and Gaelic cultures. The meaning of Gordon is "large fortification". The name also has more vague references and meanings, such as it can mean "hill near meadows" or "triangular hill" when referring to a place.

Pummell most likely came from the English verb "to pummel". This means "to strike repeatedly (often with fists)" or "to critisize thouroughly and regularly (usually in writing thought sometimes verbally as well)".

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