What does Sectumsempra translate to in Latin?

Etymology. 'Sectumsempra' derives from the Latin sectum, "having been cut" (comparable to the English word "section" or "dissect"), and possibly semper, "always."
A.

What is the spell that Snape uses to heal Malfoy?

Vulnera Sanentur was the song-like incantation of a healing spell and counter-curse to the Sectumsempra Spell, both of which were invented by Professor Severus Snape under his alias of "Half-Blood Prince".
  • What does avada mean?

    AVADA KEDAVRA- I means "I destroy as I speak", contrary to the Aramaic word abracadabra, which means,"I create as I speak". WINGARDIUM LEVIOSA- Wingadium is a composite word whis "wing" from English and the "arduus" means high,or proudly elevated."Leviosa" is derived from the latin word "levo" which means to rise up.
  • Why is Dumbledore's hand Black in the movie?

    This enacted the ring's deadly curse, and it began to quickly spread through Dumbledore's body, starting with the hand on which he had put the ring. After Dumbledore returned to Hogwarts, he used Godric Gryffindor's Sword to crack the Resurrection Stone so as to destroy it as a Horcrux.
  • What happens to Dumbledore when he drinks the potion?

    The Emerald Potion, also known as the Drink of Despair, is a mysterious potion which induces fear, delirium, and extreme thirst. According to Dumbledore, the potion cannot be penetrated by hand, vanished, parted, scooped up, siphoned away, Transfigured, Charmed, or otherwise made to change its nature in any way.
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What is the spell Harry used on Malfoy?

Sectumsempra
  • Who cursed Katie in the Half Blood Prince?

    During the first Hogsmeade trip of the 1996–1997 school year, Draco Malfoy, having detention with McGonagall, had cast an Imperius Curse on Madam Rosmerta. She in turn, cast another Imperius Curse on student Katie Bell.
  • What does the spell Expecto Patronum?

    Expecto Patronum, or the Patronus Charm, will cast a Patronus, which can appear as simply white vapour, or in more advanced casters, as a silvery-white animal shape. If it takes the shape of an animal, it is called a corporeal Patronus. This spell is used to ward off Dementors, which are the guardians of Azkaban.
  • Why is he called the Half Blood Prince?

    Snape was born to Eileen Prince, a witch, and Tobias Snape, a Muggle, making him a half-blood (hence the name, "Half-Blood Prince"). This is rare for a Death Eater, as remarked in the last book, though Voldemort himself also had a Muggle father.
C.

Why is he called the Half Blood Prince?

Snape was born to Eileen Prince, a witch, and Tobias Snape, a Muggle, making him a half-blood (hence the name, "Half-Blood Prince"). This is rare for a Death Eater, as remarked in the last book, though Voldemort himself also had a Muggle father.
  • How old was James Potter when he died?

    Harry was born to James and Lily Potter on 31 July, 1980, they loved their son more than anything. On Hallowe'en night in 1981 they sacrificed themselves at 21 years old, in order to save him from Lord Voldemort, when he was just an infant.
  • Who killed Dumbledore in the book?

    Dumbledore, already aware that Voldemort had set Draco the task of killing Dumbledore, and now aware that the curse had given him at most another year of life, then arranged with Snape that Snape was to kill Dumbledore when the time came, presumably when Draco Malfoy failed.
  • What is the meaning of Snapes?

    v. also sneap, "to be hard upon, rebuke, revile, snub," early 14c., from Old Norse sneypa "to outrage, dishonor, disgrace," probably related to similar-sounding words meaning "cut" (cf. snip (v.)). Verbal meaning "bevel the end (of a timber) to fit an inclined surface" is of uncertain origin or connection.

Updated: 25th November 2019

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