Magical Spanish


Hecate was the chief goddess presiding over magic and spells

What is the Latin word for magical?

Latin magicus
From Middle English magik, magyk, from Old French magique (noun and adjective), from Latin magicus (adjective), magica (noun use of feminine form of magicus), from Ancient Greek μαγικÏς (magikós, magical), from μÎγος (mágos, magus)

What is Luna Spanish?

Luna is an Italian and Spanish given name of Latin origin It means moon In Roman mythology, Luna was the divine personification of the Moon It is a name that has risen in popularity in recent years, in part due to its use for a character in the Harry Potter series by JK Rowling

What is magic spells in Spanish?

magic spell noun magic spells el hechizo m (magic words) el encantamiento m (enchantment)

What is Spanish for Sorcerer?

hechicero m §« brujo m

What is the Greek name for magic?

The term magic, from its earliest roots, indicates something out of the ordinary, since the Greek terms, magikÄ or mageia, refer to the activity of magoi, the Greek word for certain Persian priests

What is Aether in Latin?

Aether,-eris (smIII), abl sg aethere: the upper, pure, bright air, the ether; heaven; air in general; the brightness surrounding a deity (Lewis & Short) [> Gk

What are the 10 magic words?

Invocations of magic
Abracadabra magic word used by magicians
Ajji Majji la Tarajji Iranian magic word (Persian)
Alakazam a phrase used by magicians
Hocus pocus a phrase used by magicians
Jantar Mantar Jadu Mantar a phrase used by magicians in India

What is Hermione’s spell?

Wingardium Leviosa

This is the spell that nearly ended Hermione and Ron’s relationship way before it began, when Hermione went full know-it-all: ‘It’s Wing-gar-dium Levi-o-sa, make the gar nice and long ‘

What is lumos Latin for?

Lumos Also taken from Latin, with lumen meaning light or lamp Wizards and witches will use this to create a beam of light at the tip of the wand, like a torch


Etymology 2

From Spanish vega (meadow, fertile lowland)


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