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'''Gunhilda Kneen''' was married to [[Goodwin Kneen]] during the [[12th century]]. She played ''Kwidditch'' (''[[Quidditch]]''), and was a ''Catcher'' (''[[Chaser]]''). Prior to a match against a nearby team from Ilkley, Gunhilda contracted a touch of [[dragon pox]], and was unable to play, forcing the team to use [[Radulf]]. After the victory, Goodwin got drunk at the local inn, and Gunhilda was not best pleased - she [[jinx]]ed him, causing him to lose his fingers temporarily.
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'''Gunhilda Kneen''' was married to [[Goodwin Kneen]] during the [[12th century]]. She played ''Kwidditch'' (''[[Quidditch]]''), and was a ''Catcher'' (''[[Chaser]]''). Prior to a match against a nearby team from Ilkley, Gunhilda contracted a touch of [[dragon pox]], and was unable to play, forcing the team to use [[Radulf]]. After the victory, Goodwin got drunk at the local inn, and Gunhilda was not best pleased - she [[Finger-removing jinx|jinx]]ed him, causing him to lose his fingers temporarily.
   
 
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Latest revision as of 10:38, April 4, 2014

Gunhilda Kneen
Biographical information
Born

c. 12th century

Marital status

Married

Physical information
Species

Human

Gender

Female

Family information
Family members
Affiliation
Loyalty

Kneen family

Gunhilda Kneen was married to Goodwin Kneen during the 12th century. She played Kwidditch (Quidditch), and was a Catcher (Chaser). Prior to a match against a nearby team from Ilkley, Gunhilda contracted a touch of dragon pox, and was unable to play, forcing the team to use Radulf. After the victory, Goodwin got drunk at the local inn, and Gunhilda was not best pleased - she jinxed him, causing him to lose his fingers temporarily.

EtymologyEdit

The name "Gunhilda" comes from the Old Norse name Gunnhildr, derived from the elements gunnr, "war" and hildr, "battle".

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