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I feel a certain hubris in offering advice, but I might suggest expecto custodem guard or expecto genium guardian spirit , unless she really intended for Harry Potter to be calling on The Godfather.
I feel that 'patron' is used because the user of 'expecto patronus' is likely to have committed some kind of a wrong action such that the dementor is attacking him.
As I understand it, "abracadabra" may be derived from "abara kedavra", which means "I create as I speak" in Aramaic. It is fun to see how fans defend the word patronus.
If Rowling would have chose something else they would still defend that something else and think that was the best choice.
The Patronus would make more sense if you looked at it from a variation of "patr-" in Latin meaning "father". This would also lend itself to clever irony as Harry first thought his Patronus was his father's.
This seem to me to fit better in context. Expecto patronum summons a protector, or as Chris says "a powerful, intervening defender", from WITHIN.
It is generated by ones own ability to be positive, and ones own determination to defeat fear. So it is really about confidence, independence, and self preservation.
I think the words used are perfectly fitting. The Dementors seem to fear a Patronus like most sane people would fear getting in the bad side of the Mafia That is indeed a good point.
I'm not sure it entirely obviates the "patron" meaning, but it certainly helps explain why she chose it.
But "Patronus" also suggests a father figure. As many of Rowling's names, it has a double meaning. In Prisoner, Harry is literally waiting for his own father to be a protector i.
I don't get this woman, I'll try to be as polite as possible, but I can recall Rowling saying that she was playing with the Latin words and making them her own creation.
The Harry Potter world is unique, I don't see why J. Rowling should have used any "proper" Latin when she is trying to make this as unique as possible.
I disagree, Expecto Genium doesn't sound at all any better than Expecto Patronum. I stick with the original version. Actually, I like "patronum" best.
I think the word its based on works perfectly well, and the sonority is the best of the options, IMO. In a general sense, it sounds like a patronus is a powerful, intervening defender, which is a a great description of Rowling's "patronum".
Interesting to hear Rowling's explanation of avada kedavra. I'd always thought it was a brilliantly macabre mixture of abracadabra with "cadaver" -- i.
I admire Rowlings' use of language to excite imagination, and I thoroughly enjoyed your essay on the terms that she has borrowed and wrought to meet her books needs.
Thank you! I wrote this article first and need to add the research to it that I did while preparing the Latin spells article.
Although I didn't say avada kedavra was gibberish! I'm sorry if that was unclear. JK Rowling herself says that avada kedavra was an early, Aramaic form of abracadabra, which makes sense, although I have yet to find positive proof of this.
She claims it means "let the thing be destroyed," which is probably not true, although that's what Wikipedia says right now probably since Harry Potter fans keep editing the Wikipedia to fit what they think is right!
See the note on the Wikipedia Article discussion where a native Arabic speaker says that avada kedavra does NOT mean "let the thing be destroyed" in Arabic:.
I'd therefore like verification from an Arabic scholar that it's really an Arabic phrase, before I put down an Arabic derivation. Our first written Arabic come from AD, although earlier proto-Arabic languages predate it, but I don't think we have any surviving magical texts in those; the first Aramaic appears in the tenth century BC.
Many scholars have tried to figure out the derivation of old Greek abracadabra, which first appears in written Greek in the second century A.
I have found no attestation of avada k'davra, avra k'davra, or avada kadavra predating that text, only scholars trying to figure out where the word comes from by GUESSING that it's Aramaic.
Most of them come out to some variant of "creation" and "word, speech. I'll continue keeping an eye out for scholarship on this question. I remember running into the edge of the debate before.
Avada kedavra is Arabic for "disappear like this word". It is not gibberish nor it is some alternate form of Abracadabra. This Hub is so brilliant I just had to read it several times over!
It combines many of my favorite things, so thank you. Voted up! Fantastic, informative and funny! I have never studied Latin, but I have heard that it is incredibly useful for learning many languages.
Really cool stuff. I've always loved looking up names from Harry Potter to see what they mean as words.
This is very interesting and informative. I always wondered which of Rowling's spells were actually Latin and what they really meant outside her wizarding world.
Oh, Judi Bee lovely poppy, by the way, and an excellent idea , I should avail myself of that resource. I's been about ten years since I last used Latin, either to teach or to read for anything but pleasure, and I'm appalled to say that it's beginning to slip.
At school Latin was my favourite subject, along with history. Alan Rickman left behind many memorable characters from the comedic, to the evil, to the bumbler, to, well, the evil again!
Expecto Patronum! A Patronus is your guardian, your spirit animal, and a complex charm that any good witch or wizard needs to keep the dementors away.
Find out what your Patronus is with our Patronus quiz! Not all witches and wizards in the wizarding world can cast a Patronus.
But for those who can, the Patronus Charm is a powerful tool to protect against Dementors. Your Patronus will take the form of a silvery-white animal with which you have a special connection.
Some symbolize bravery, like Harry's stag patronus. Some have more complicated meanings, like Hermione's otter patronus.
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I want it to look intimidating I don't care as long as it's an accurate representation of me.Siguinificado: do latim expectum - espero/aguardo e patronum - patrono,protetor. Basicamente seria algo como Espero a Protesão, Espero o Protetor (o mais provavel, já que o animal conjurado que proteje você). Em inglês: Patronus Aparições: HP3, HP4, HP5, HP7. A Patronus is your guardian, your spirit animal, and a complex charm that any good witch or wizard needs to keep the dementors away. It’s an important part of every wizard’s cache of spells, from Harry Potter to Severus Snape. Find out what your Patronus is with our Patronus quiz!