Ciceron Harkiss was a wizard, who gave Ambrosius Flume his first job after an introduction by Horace Slughorn.



"a local guide in Italy," 1726, from Italian cicerone, from Latin Ciceronem, from the name of the great Roman orator.[1]
"eloquent," a reference to Roman statesman and orator Marcus Tullius Cicero (106-43 B.C.E.); also often known as Tully in early Modern English writers; Cicero being a cognomen of the genus Tullia.[2]

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