|Charis Crouch (née Black)|
Charis Crouch (née Black) (1919 – 1973) was a pureblooded witch, the third daughter of Arcturus Black and Lysandra Yaxley and sister of Callidora and Cedrella. She was married to Caspar Crouch, and produced three children: a son and two daughters.
Charis may take her name from the Greek kharisma, meaning grace and charm. In Greek mythology, a Charis is one of the Three Graces, the goddesses of beauty, nature, charm, and fertility. It could also be a play on the French term for darling, cheri, or cherry, cerise (pr. cher-ees). Charis is also a butterfly of the Riodinini class. The name of Charis' sister Callidora is also connected with beauty, and their names possibly means that they are beautiful.