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'''Nott''' is the surname of a [[pure-blood]] wizarding family. The family is old and seems to be of a similar status as the [[Malfoy family|Malfoys]], whom they are acquainted with.<ref>[http://www.jkrowling.com/textonly/en/extrastuff_view.cfm?id=5 J.K. Rowling Official Site: Malfoy & Nott]</ref>
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'''Nott''' is the surname of a [[pure-blood]] wizarding family, and one of the [[Sacred Twenty-Eight]]. The family is old and seems to be of a similar status as the [[Malfoy family|Malfoys]], whom they are acquainted with.<ref>[http://www.jkrowling.com/textonly/en/extrastuff_view.cfm?id=5 J.K. Rowling Official Site: Malfoy & Nott]</ref>
   
 
The Notts generally seem to be sorted into [[Slytherin]] house upon attending [[Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry]]. During the [[First Wizarding War|First]] and [[Second Wizarding War]]s, they were allied with [[Tom Riddle|Lord Voldemort]].
 
The Notts generally seem to be sorted into [[Slytherin]] house upon attending [[Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry]]. During the [[First Wizarding War|First]] and [[Second Wizarding War]]s, they were allied with [[Tom Riddle|Lord Voldemort]].

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Nott family
Family heritage
Blood status

Pure-blood

Notable family members
Status

Probably extant

Affiliation
House(s)

Slytherin

Loyalty

Death Eaters

Nott is the surname of a pure-blood wizarding family, and one of the Sacred Twenty-Eight. The family is old and seems to be of a similar status as the Malfoys, whom they are acquainted with.[1]

The Notts generally seem to be sorted into Slytherin house upon attending Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry. During the First and Second Wizarding Wars, they were allied with Lord Voldemort.

Family members

Etymology

The name Nott may be derived from Nótt, the personification of night in Norse mythology. It is also similar in pronounciation to the words "naught" and "knot".

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