|Ingolfr the Iambic|
- "Oh, the thrill of the chase as I soar through the air
With the Snitch up ahead and the wind in my hair
As I draw ever closer, the crowd gives a shout
But then comes a Bludger and I am knocked out."
- —Ingolfr the Iambic[src]
- The name Ingólfr, was derived from the name of the Germanic god Ing combined with úlfr meaning "wolf".
- Iambic is likely a reference to iambic pentameter, a common poetry meter best known for its extensive use by William Shakespeare. Oddly, his only known poem is not an example of this type of meter. Rather, the first three lines are iambic hexameter.