Other Origin(s):French, Scottish
Meaning:Herdsman; Deer from the forest; Brave, hardy; Cross-eyed; Loach
Infused with magic, Lockart is a one-of-a-kind boy’s name. While it is traditionally used as a surname, Lockhart will work as a stately and important first name just as well. It has origins, in English, Scottish, and even possibly French, with a definitive definition that is hard to pin down. Some of the possible options range from “herdsman” or “deer from the forest,” to “brave” or “hardy,” and even “cross-eyed” or even “loach.” Most famously, this name is associated with the attractive, if somewhat pompous, Defence Against the Dark Arts teacher Gilderoy Lockhart in the Harry Potter series. While baby Lock hopefully has none of the former’s deceitful or forgetful ways, they are sure to win Witch Weekly’s Most Charming Smile award even more times than the infamous Gilderoy!

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