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What house are you in in Harry Potter test?
Last Updated: 3rd February, 2020
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Also, what do the Harry Potter houses mean?
Each House represents one of the four classical elements: Fire (Gryffindor), Earth (Hufflepuff), Air (Ravenclaw), and Water (Slytherin). Each of these also represents one of the four states of matter: Plasma (Fire, Gryffindor), Gas (Air, Ravenclaw), Liquid (Water, Slytherin), and Solid (Earth, Hufflepuff).
Also Know, what it means to be a Hufflepuff? Hufflepuff refers to one of four Hogwarts houses in the Harry Potter series by J.K. Rowling. Characters are sorted into these houses based on their characteristics, and Hufflepuff is known for having members that are patient, fair, hard-working, and sometimes blandly nice.
Just so, why is Hermione in Gryffindor and not Ravenclaw?
They're all in Gryffindor because they asked. Hermione holds the values of Gryffindor – courage and bravery – higher than those of Ravenclaw – raw intelligence and knowledge. The Sorting Hat placed her in Gryffindor because she has the traits of a Gryffindor within her, and placing her in that house can bring them out.
What does it mean to be a Slytherin?
Noun. (plural Slytherins) A person bearing traits associated with Slytherin house from the Harry Potter series, including ambition, cunning, or an affinity for snakes or the colour green.