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Septimus Warren Smith is a character in Virginia Woolf's Mrs. Dalloway.
― Anonymous User  5/6/2007
Septimus Weasley is the paternal grandfather of Ron Weasley and his siblings in the Harry Potter series.
eirian_artanis  8/12/2007
I don't like it much, though. It sounds too much like "sepsis" when I hear it. :)
eirian_artanis  8/12/2007
"Septimus" is the name of one of the princes of Stormhold in Neil Gaiman's book "Stardust".
Hieronymus_Q  10/11/2007
I think the name Septimus is often confused with the name Septimius. The name of Roman Emperor Septimius Severus is often misspelled as Septimus Severus. The similarity of both names is something that should be kept in mind, to avoid mistakes.
Lucille  2/5/2008
This is the name of the hero in Showell Styles' Midshipman Quinn books. He is a very intelligent, courteous, quick-thinking midshipman in the British navy, and consequently, that is the picture I have with this name. Very positive.
Gabriella343  4/22/2010
Lord Septimus is a character in Neil Gaiman's novel Stardust. The 7th and youngest of the Lords of Stormhold, he succeeded in murdering the majority of his family in order to succeed to the throne.
blue_belle  8/13/2010
Septimus is the name of the hero in the Septimus Heap series, the first of which is Magyk. As the seventh son of a seventh son, he has strong magical (or I should say magykal) powers. He is, in the first book, unsure of himself, being raised as 'boy 412' of the young army. The book is very fun and often funny, and very interesting throughout. Septimus himself is a polite and generous character.
Anagram  5/12/2011
I like this name. I'd never name a kid this, but I've always thought it just sounded really cool.
kvpp88  11/4/2014
Septimus Hodge, one of the main characters from the early 19th century parts of the play "Arcadia" by Tom Stoppard. He is the tutor of the young genius Thomasina Coverly.
erb816  4/23/2015
I personally don't like this name, but with the unique flowyness of it, I can see why others do.
― Anonymous User  7/29/2015

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