Fernald

Origin: French, English

Meaning: It could be a form of Old French Furnell meaning “furnace”.

It could also be a variant of Old English Farnall “fern hill”

Fernald is the name of the hook-handed man, one of Count Olaf’s associates, though his name isn’t revealed until Book 11 (The Grim Grotto).

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