Thomas Fletcher (b. 7 September) is an Irish Muggle-born wizard of the Fletcher family
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Thomas is a male name that comes from the Greek bible. Thomas was a popular medieval given throughout Europe, coming from the biblical name, Thomas being one of Jesus' disciples. It is ultimately derived from the Aramaic personal name meaning "twin." In Britain the name was rare prior to the Norman Conquest (11th century), but by the 13th and 14th centuries it had become common.
Fletcher is a surname of English, Scottish, and Irish origin. The name is an occupational name for an arrowsmith or seller of arrows, derived from the Middle English, Old English "Fulcher". The English word was borrowed into the Goidelic languages, leading to the development of the Scottish name "Mac an Fhleisteir" (also spelt "Mac an Fhleisdeir") meaning "the arrowsmith's son".