|Keyword||CPC||PCC||Volume||Score||Length of keyword|
|hodori restaurant baguio||0.84||0.8||9197||43|
|hodor game of thrones||1.99||0.3||9449||44|
|hodor hold the door||1.61||0.3||9857||82|
|hodor door stop||1.28||1||5082||87|
|hodorek carsley-williams realty llc||0.34||0.4||9042||86|
Hodor is a stableboy serving at Winterfell. His real name is Walder, but he is commonly called "Hodor" because it is the only word he says. In the television adaptation Game of Thrones he is portrayed by Kristian Nairn as well as by Sam Coleman in a Season 6 flashback.How does Hodor got his name?
"Hodor" is a seemingly nonsense word, though in the process it became the name everyone calls him. It is derived from the phrase "hold the door", the words that Hodor heard during the seizure that mentally disabled him as a result of the future Bran Stark accidentally warging into his young self during a vision.Is Hodor really dead on 'Game of Thrones?
While it's not clear yet if Hodor is dead on Game of Thrones, since the last shot we got in Sunday's episode was when he was horribly scratched by the White Walkers as he leaned against the closed door to the caves, the reason why this is all happening is definitely Bran's fault. No doubt about that.What does Hodor mean on 'Game of Thrones'?
Hodor means "hold the door.". It comes from the name of a character from the HBO show Game of Thrones. In the show, Hodor is a large and strong simpleton who can only say "hodor," much like Groot can only say "groot" in Guardians of the Galaxy.