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==Etymology==
 
==Etymology==
The [[incantation]] is Portuguese for "''bombard''" or "''blast''"<ref name="etymology">[http://translate.google.ca/#pt/en/bombarda "Bombarda" on Google Translate] (Portuguese)</ref>; in [[Latin]], the spell means "''cannon''" or "''bomb''"<ref name="GT2">[http://translate.google.ca/#la/en/bombarda "Bombarda" on Google Translate] (Latin)</ref>
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The [[incantation]] is Portuguese or Spanish for "''bombard''" or "''blast''"<ref name="etymology">[http://translate.google.ca/#pt/en/bombarda "Bombarda" on Google Translate] (Portuguese)</ref>; in [[Latin]], the spell means "''cannon''" or "''bomb''"<ref name="GT2">[http://translate.google.ca/#la/en/bombarda "Bombarda" on Google Translate] (Latin)</ref>
   
 
==See also==
 
==See also==

Revision as of 05:30, February 20, 2014

"Ka-boom! The cell door rockets to the sky."
—Description[src]

Bombarda is the incantation of a charm used to provoke small explosions; one use for this explosion is to blast open sealed doors or to blow bars off of windows. The incantation Bombarda Maxima is a stronger, more powerful variation of this spell.

Etymology

The incantation is Portuguese or Spanish for "bombard" or "blast"[1]; in Latin, the spell means "cannon" or "bomb"[2]

See also

Behind the scenes

Appearances

Notes and references

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