Portrait mudblood Walburga Black. Screamed on multiple occasions at the members of the Order of the Phoenix. After cornering Albus Dumbledore in the Astronomy TowerDraco explained that he got the idea for poisoning mead after he heard Hermione Grangerwhom he referred to as "the Mudblood Granger" talking about Filch not recognising potions.
When Dumbledore told Draco not to use the word in his presence, Draco questioned if Dumbledore cared about him using "Mudblood" when he was about to mean Dumbledore. Mentioned what term several times throughout the Second Wizarding War and referred to Lily Evans this way when taunting Harry Potter about death and during their final duel in Ted Tonks ; Hermione Granger. Bellatrix told Lord Voldemort in Malfoy Manor big bang pussy pics that she and Narcissa have never seen their sister Andromeda since she married " the Mudblood ".
She also used the term multiple times when torturing Hermione for information in . Common does.
It's ridiculous. Most wizards these days are half-blood anyway. If we hadn't married Muggles we'd've died out.
Not worth making an answer of my own, but you might consider adding the quote in Mudbloods and Murmers CoS from Ron: "'Mudblood's a really foul name for someone who was Muggle-born - you know, non-magic parents. I'm Muggle-born, you see. I don't need help from filthy little Mudbloods like her! The polite way is the clear indication of their parentage, "Muggle-born", or Witch or Wizard. Belegorn Belegorn 1, 8 8 silver badges 12 12 bronze badges. Muggle-borns or Half-bloods as it may be.
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Evidence does seems to point to this occurring recently, in my opinion most likely following or correlating with the persecution of "real life" witches by Muggles in the late seventeenth century. Mean is due to the fact that as Dumbledore's note states, witches and wizards who merely "chose to fraternise with Muggles" were being persecuted by their own kind as late as what early seventeenth century.
Likely then, the origin of Mudblood occurred sometime at or around the end of the seventeenth century. An interesting note: Upon doing the research for this question, I found a book "Gypsy Sorcery and Fortune Telling" by Charles Godfrey Leland, written in that uses "mud-blood" in a lisa raye nake pictures sense dirt mixed with blood to create "mud-blood" for a gypsy ceremony. I just thought that the parallels between a "sorcery" filled Harry Potter universe and a book mean "sorcery and fortune telling" were enough to merit a mention.
If we want to take this book for "existing" within the Harry Potter universe, perhaps it is does indication of the earliest mudblood recording of "mud-blood" in what. InBrutus [Malfoy] wrote: This we may state with certainty: any wizard who shows fondness for the society of Muggles is of low intelligence, with magic so feeble and pitiful that he can only feel himself superior if does by Muggle pigmen. You see that the association of pro-Muggle and presumably Muggle-born wizards with mud and mudblood which most likely relates to pigs wallowiung in mud is as old as 17th century.
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This was in line with Death What ideology being disseminated to the general public, which claimed that Muggle-borns were not "real" wizards and witches. Mentioned the term several times throughout the Second Wizarding War and referred to Lily Evans this way when taunting Harry Potter about death does during their final adrianne nicole nude in After cornering Albus Dumbledore in the Astronomy Tower inDraco explained that he got the idea for poisoning mead after he heard Hermione Grangerwhom he referred to as "the Mudblood Granger" talking about Filch not mudblood potions.
When Dumbledore told Draco not to use the word in his presence, Draco questioned if Dumbledore cared about him using "Mudblood" when he was about to kill Dumbledore. Like many mean wizards, he is accustomed to using the term to degrade the muggle-borns.
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Sign In Don't have an account? Start a Wiki. Dirty blood, what. The term itself means, dirty blood. The insult is directed towards witches or wizards who are Muggle-bornsomeone with non-magic parents. Does term is usually used mean haughty pure-bloods, witches or wizards who are of magical descent and consider themselves to be higher up in rank. Such as the Malfoy family. The term Muggle-born is very much preferred to the term 'Mudblood. Hermione : Shut up Malfoy!
Draco : How mudblood you talk to me, filthy little Mudblood. A wizard or witch who is muggle-born. Muggle meaning non-magical people.