"I have had no choice but to terminate his contract."
-- Cormack McLeod (DP3)
McLeod tries to defend his Chaser, Alasdair Maddock, after he kicks the Snitch towards the Keeper, resulting in a loss to the Kenmare Kestrels. He threatens to turn Maddock into a jellyfish should anything of the sort happen again (DP2, Pm).
Cormack, a variation of Cormac, comes from Irish Gaelic corb ("raven" or "wheel") and mac ("son"). It was also the name of a third century king of Ireland (Behind the Name).
The Scottish surname McLeod means "son of Leod" and derives from the Norse name Ljotr (ljot-ulf "ugly wolf") (Internet Surname Database).
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