There’s a secret significance to Voldemort’s name, and it’s incredible.

Harry Potter fans finally understand what Lord Voldemort’s name signifies. It makes a lot of sense.

The famed villain, whose identity is kept a secret by students and staff at Hogwarts, has a name that can be translated to disclose a hidden meaning, and it’s brilliant.

One Redditor pointed out that the vol de death has an entirely appropriate French equivalent.

That’s true, JK Rowling utilized a variety of terms and phrases in her books, and they all communicated the same thing. It is fascinating to watch how she accomplished this.

Another interpretation Voldemort could have is that he is fleeing from death. In French, the word “de” can signify either “off” or “from,” depending on the context. As a powerful and dangerous wizard, Voldemort’s significant ambition was to grow so powerful that he could avoid death, which he considered the ultimate weakness.

This has taken us by surprise.

Voldemort (vol-de-mort) means “flight of death” in French, frightening. Voldy can fly, and he has a horrible reputation for assassinating witches and wizards, so that’s about right.

A Potterhead claimed that most people have been mispronouncing Voldemort’s name for years.

J.K. Rowling has stated unequivocally that she agrees with the assertions. In 2015, Harry Potter fans shared the same trivia. “But I’m sure I’m the only person pronouncing it that way,” the author said, making the other person giggle.

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