The Inanimatus Conjurus Spell (incantation unknown) is a spell of unknown effect. Professor McGonagall had her fifth-year students write a long essay on this spell as homework in 1995. The name may suggest that this is a spell to bring a non-living object to life.

Possible uses


From the English inanimate (+ the Latin suffix -us), meaning non-living and to conjure (+ the Latin suffix -us), meaning to bring up.


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