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With exceptions along the Tonks and Malfoy lines, the Black family has a strong astrological naming tradition. Here are a few of the distinguished dynasty’s most luminous stars.


The Black family’s black sheep, Harry’s long-suffering godfather is named after the brightest star in the Canis Major constellation. Sirius, a.k.a.

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