Your Hogwarts letter may be yet to arrive, but your baby is on their way!

If you're still deliberating on a name for your little muggle, here are some perfect, wizardly options - expecto patronum!


Harry Potter's godfather, a member of the Order of the Phoenix and prisoner on the run.

Not one you hear every day, but a good choice for the bolder wizard fan. Sirius’ resilience and strength of character allowed him to survive over a decade in Azkaban relatively intact, so a name reserved for the brave.


Muggle-born Gryffindor student in Harry's year, one of Harry's best friends

Studious, loyal and, well, a smidge bossy. She knows how to be a true friend, which could explain why the name has seen a huge rise in popularity in recent years


Known as Hagrid, the half-giant Keeper of Keys and Grounds at Hogwarts, Care of Magical Creatures professor

Kind, bumbling, strong, and loyal. What more can you ask for? We're fairly sure you won't bump into a namesake at the part either.


Ravenclaw student one year below Harry, a member of Dumbledore's Army.

Yes, she's "strange" but she's foremost honest and kind. She's unabashedly herself, in spite of how unaccepting people are of those who are different - a great character quality and a great name choice.


Transfiguration professor at Hogwarts and vehement dark arts opposer.

AKA Professor McGonagall, Minerva is stern, loyal and protective. Despite her kind heart, she takes no-nonsense. Girl power!


The main character of the series, orphaned son of James Potter and Lily Evans and student at Hogwarts

Well, we couldn't leave him out, could we? Anyone who is willing to take on evil is worth a mention. Even before Harry Potter hit our bookshelves, this name has always a consistent and popular baby-name choice. 


Best friends with Harry Potter and Hermione Granger

Arguably the funniest Potter character, Ron is quick-witted and intensely loyal. Though you may not see many Ron's in your local school now, this muggle moniker was in the top 20 chart from the 1930's to the 1950's.