italian harry potter


I hope percival graves is still alive somewhere over the rainbow and I share the theories of a relationship between Credence and percival before Grindelwald comes and destroyed everything 💔
Credence is a cinnamon roll.
Percival is the new Mr Grey.

Harry Potter Books in Italian

Hi everyone! I’ve seen several posts about Harry Potter books in several languages and, since I have all the seven books, I wanted to share them with you. I wanted to point out that these are the new edition books (which means that the translation is updated compared to the first edition, so for all Italian readers, these books may be different from the ones you know. Also: the covers are different) Have fun!

  1. Harry Potter e la Pietra Filosofale
  2. Harry Potter e la Camera dei Segreti
  3. Harry Potter e il Prigioniero di Azkaban
  4. Harry Potter e il Calice di Fuoco
  5. Harry Potter e l’Ordine della Fenice
  6. Harry Potter e il Principe Mezzosangue
  7. Harry Potter e i Doni della Morte
Non serve a niente rifugiarsi nei sogni, Harry, è dimenticarsi di vivere.
—  Albus Silente -Harry Potter e la pietra filosofale

12. Mar. 17 // three days ago was my 21st birthday and today I celebrated with my family; I thought I might share with you the bookish presents I got 🤓
- my brother was in Paris on a school trip, so he went to ‘Shakespeare and company’ and got me this beautiful bag and notebook
- my cousins gifted me 'the Goblet of Fire’, 'the Order of the Phoenix’ and 'Quidditch through the ages’ so I can add them to my english Harry Potter collection

I’m sooo happy

É normale, non farcela, delle volte. Anche quando sai di essere più forte, ma non puoi.
—  Federica M.
Harry Potter - Italian Version

As promised a long time ago, a post with the Italian translations of the names in Harry Potter, with explanations where it’s possible. 

Houses and exams 

  • Gryffindor – Grifondoro (lit. golden griffon
  • Hufflepuff – Tassorosso (lit. red badger
  • Slytherin – Serpeverde (lit. green snake
  • Ravenclaw – Corvonero (lit. black crow

Hogwarts people 

  • Albus Dumbledore – Albus Silente (silente is an adjective meaning silent, quiet. It worked quite well in the end, because of the secrets he kept) 
  • Minerva Mcgonagall – Minerva McGranitt (Minerva was the goddess of knowledge, wisdom and war. McGranitt is from granito which means granite
  • Horace Slughorn – Horace Lumacorno (from luma- which comes from lumacone/lumaca > slug/snail, and corno which means horn
  • Severus Snape – Severus Piton (refers to pitone, which means python
  • Remus Lupin – Same, but the reference to wolves is more immediate, because lupo means wolf, and Remus was one of the Roman twins (associated with the wolf) 
  • Gilderoy Lockhart – Gilderoy Allock (refers to allocco, which means tawny owl, and is used as a metaphor to descibe a person who’s easily fooled) 
  • Argus Filch – Argus Gazza (gazza means magpie
  • Alastor Mad-Eye Moody – Alastor Malocchio Moody (malocchio has the reference to his eye but also means jinx
  • Quirinus Quirrel – Quirinus Raptor 

Characters and others

  • Tom Marvolo Riddle – Tom Orvoloson Riddle (we lose the meaning of riddle which isn’t obvious, and Orvoloson was a necessary change to perform the anagram I am Lord Voldemort > Son io Lord Voldemort
  • Neville Longbottom – Neville Paciock (from pacioccone, which means a person who’s a bit fleshy, is good natured and kind) 
  • Whomping willow – Platano Picchiatore (lit. the Plane Tree which Hits
  • Peter Pettigrew – Peter Minus (from the latin adverb minus, meaning less. in italian it translates in meno
  • Death Eathers – Mangiamorte (lit. (those who) eat death) 
  • Dark Mark – Marchio Nero (lit. black mark
  • Peeves – Pix 
  • Parvati Patil – Calì Patil 
  • Colin/Dennis Creevey – Colin/Dennis Canon (canon refers to the brand of cameras) 
  • Scabbers – Crosta (it means crust or scab, but also worthless painting
  • Hedwig – Edvige 
  • Cornelius fudge – Cornelius Caramell (more immediate, means fudge
  • Fawkes – Fanny 
  • Fang – Thor 
  • Trevor – Oscar 
  • Buckbeak – Fierobecco (lit. proud beak
  • O.W.L.   – G.U.F.O. (owl
  • N.E.W.T.   – M.A.G.O. (wizard)