Why are there so many characters/things named with letter "H" in Harry Potter?
We have: Harry himself, Hagrid, Hogwarts school, Helga Hufflepuff, Hermione, Harry's Owl (Hedwig), Horace Slughorn, Hannah Abbott, Hugo Weasley (Ron/Hermione's child) and the Half-Blood Prince nickname. We have Hereward Godelot (ex-owner of the Elder Wand) and Malfoy's son's middle name (Scorpius Hyperion Malfoy). Oh, and a whole BUNCH of other minor characters named with "H".
Plus, the non-character names: Holyhead Harpies team, Hog's Head bar, Honeydukes Sweetshop (which is in Hogsmeade).
And, oh yeah, Horcruxes and Hallows!
Is the letter H somehow special to Rowling? Or was that just because there were so many names used, and it's a statistical fluke? (the list of characters linked above is pretty long!)