“Finally having entirely
repacked the beaded bag three times, Hermione seemed unable to find any more reasons to delay: she
and Harry gasped hands and disapparated, reappearing on a windswept heather-covered hillside. The
instant they arrived, Hermione dropped Harry’s hand and walked away from him, finally sitting down on
a large rock, her face on her knees, shaking with what he knew were sobs.”
Lucy is of Latin origin and it’s meaning is “light”. Feminine form of Lucius; vernacular form of Lucia. The feast day of Saint Lucy (fourth century), patroness of sight, is called the Festival of Light in Sweden. Lucy can also be short for Lucille.