|Also known as||
Minister for Magic (formerly)
Behind the scenes
- He is known to have served the longest known term as Minister: thirty-eight years.
The name "Faris" means "knight" in Arabic.
Notes and references
- ↑ According to Pottermore, Nobby Leach (Minister for Magic between 1962 and 1968) was the first Muggle-born wizard ever to be appointed to the office)
- ↑ Although unconfirmed this is the most likely answer to the 6-3 question of the Third W.O.M.B.A.T.; the nickname "Spout-Hole" Spavin seems to suggest that he wasn't a friend of the centaurs. Besides, the rest of his name has equine connotations: on a horse, a spavin is a swelling of the hock joint that results in lameness, while 'Faris' is a Muslim name meaning 'horseman,' or 'knight.'
- ↑ Sixth question of the Third W.O.M.B.A.T. at J. K. Rowling's Official Site.
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