Remus Lupin Name Etymology
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- The entry under Remus Lupin, she said, missed the opportunity to comment on the etymology of the name as a “double allusion” to the character's being a werewolf, since in Roman mythology Remus was raised by wolves, and Lupin derived from lupine.
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