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{{Spell Infobox
|name=''Arania Exumai''
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|name=Spider Repelling Spell
|image=[[File:Tumblr lvjimk76Q71qgt0vro6 250.gif|250px]]
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|image=Tumblr lvjimk76Q71qgt0vro6 250.gif
|incantation=''Arania Exumai''<br/>(ah-RAHN-ee-a EGGS-oo-may)
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|incantation=''Arania Exumai''<br/>(ah-RAHN-ee-a EX-oo-may)
|type=[[Spell]]
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|type=[[Charm]]
|hand=Point wand at spider
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|hand=Point wand at target
 
|light=Blue
 
|light=Blue
|effect=Blasts / repels spiders
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|effect=Repels [[spider]]s
 
|}}
 
|}}
 
{{Dialogue a-b-a-b|Ron|Know any spells?|Harry|One, but it's not powerful enough for all of them.|Where's Hermione when you need her?|Let's go! Arania Exumai|Harry saving himself and Ron from the Acromantula|Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets (film)}}
 
{{Dialogue a-b-a-b|Ron|Know any spells?|Harry|One, but it's not powerful enough for all of them.|Where's Hermione when you need her?|Let's go! Arania Exumai|Harry saving himself and Ron from the Acromantula|Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets (film)}}
   
'''''Arania Exumai''''' is the [[incantation]] of a [[spell]] used to blast back [[acromantula]]s or other large [[spider]]s. If the spell misses and strikes stone, it will produce a large black scorch mark, and thus it is not recommended for use on humans, though casting through or along a human produces no ill effect so long as a spider is struck<ref>{{COS|F}}</ref>.
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The '''Spider Repelling spell''' (''Arania Exumai'') is a [[charm]] used to blast away [[Acromantula]]s or other large [[spider]]s. If the spell misses and strikes stone, it will produce a large black scorch mark, and thus is not recommended for use on humans, although casting through or along a human produces no ill effect so long as a spider is struck.<ref name="cosf">{{COS|F}}</ref>
   
==Known uses==
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==History==
When [[Tom Riddle]] had to frame [[Rubeus Hagrid]] for opening the [[Chamber of Secrets]] and tried to attack [[Aragog]] on [[13 June]], [[1943]], he used this spell against the acromantula after forcing him to leave the box via ''[[Cistem Aperio]]''.
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During the [[1987–1988 school year]], [[Jacob's sibling]] and their friends set out to discover [[Forest Vault|another]] [[Cursed Vaults|Cursed Vault]], which they later suspected to be near the [[Spider's Lair]] in the [[Forbidden Forest]]. [[Patricia Rakepick]], a consultant at [[Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry]] at the time, gave Jacob's sibling a private lesson on this spell,<ref name="HMy4ch14" /> which they later used against the [[Forest Vault Acromantula|Acromantula]] that guarded the Vault in the Forbidden Forest.<ref>{{HM|4|16}}</ref>
 
50 years later, Riddle showed this memory to [[Harry Potter]] via [[Tom Riddle's diary|his diary]], and Harry would learn this spell for his own usage against [[Aragog]]'s colony of acromantula in the [[Forbidden Forest]]. He used it twice, first to blast away an acromuntula in order to clear the path back into the [[Flying Ford Anglia]], second to save [[Ronald Weasley|Ron Weasley]] from another acromantula that got him by the neck.
 
   
 
==Known practitioners==
 
==Known practitioners==
*[[Tom Riddle]]
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*[[Harry Potter]]
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FullRiddle.jpg|[[Tom Riddle]]<ref name="cosf"/>
*[[Hermione Granger]]<ref name="HPFJ">{{HPFJ}}</ref>
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COS_promo_Harry_Potter_Hogwarts_uniform_cropped.jpg|[[Harry Potter]]<ref name="cosf"/>
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COS_promo_Hermione_cropped.jpg|[[Hermione Granger]]<ref name="HPFJ">{{HPFJ}}</ref>
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Patricia_Rakepick_-_Hogwarts_Mystery.png|[[Patricia Rakepick]]<ref name="HMy4ch14" />
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File:Jacob's sibling generic.png|[[Jacob's sibling]]<ref name="HMy4ch14">{{HM|4|14|pt}}</ref>
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</gallery>
   
 
==Etymology==
 
==Etymology==
From the Latin ''araneus'', meaning “spider”, and ''exuo'', meaning “I lay aside” altogether presumably meaning "I lay aside the spider"
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''Arania'' is derived from the [[Latin]] ''aranea'', meaning "spider". ''Exumai'' is possibly derived from ''exuo'', Latin for "I lay aside" or "I refuse". Alternatively, the pronunciation of ''exumai'' is somewhat similar to that of ''exime'', a conjugation of ''eximo'', Latin for "I banish". Together, the incantation can mean "I lay aside the spider" or "I banish the spider".
   
 
==Behind the scenes==
 
==Behind the scenes==
* The spell was created for {{COS|FA}} and doesn't appear in any of the [[Harry Potter (book series)|novels]].
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*The spell was created for {{COS|FA}} and does not appear in any of the [[Harry Potter (book series)|novels]]. In the film adaptation, Tom Riddle uses this spell to blast away [[Aragog]] on [[13 June]] [[1943]], whilst framing [[Rubeus Hagrid]] for [[Plot to open the Chamber of Secrets|opening]] the [[Chamber of Secrets]]. [[Harry Potter]], after witnessing Riddle's memory from his [[T. M. Riddle's Diary|diary]], uses this spell against several [[Acromantula]] in the [[Forbidden Forest]] whilst escaping the [[Forbidden Forest Acromantula colony]].
* Tom Riddle's use of this spell released a simple white blast of light that missed Aragog, but left a scorch mark where the spell narrowly missed him.
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*The spell seemed to produce different level of effectiveness: in {{COS|F}} Tom Riddle's use of this spell released a simple white blast of light that missed Aragog, but left a scorch mark where the spell narrowly missed him; whereas Harry Potter's use of this spell released a beam of blue-white light that kind of carried the Acromantula away before it was blasted out of sight.
* Harry Potter's use of this spell released a beam of blue-white light that kind of carried the acromantula away before it was blasted out of sight.
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*In {{COS|FA}}, when Harry was successful at saving Ron from the Acromantula that had seized him, Ron was also caught by the light of the spell in the process, therefore it should have left a scorch mark on him.
* Also while Harry was successful at saving Ron from the acromantula that had seized him, Ron was also caught by the light of the spell in the process, therefore it should have left a scorch mark on him.
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*Bearing in mind viewers' concerns on the inaccuracy of subtitles for spells in {{COS|FA}},<ref>[[Harry Potter Wiki]] - [[Talk:Vera_Verto#Fera_or_Vera?|''Vera Verto'' talk page]] and [[Talk:Alarte_Ascendare#Subtitles|''Alarte Ascendare'' talk page]]</ref> it is possible that "Exumai" may also be incorrectly transcribed. "Exumai" is not a valid Latin word with relevant meaning, while the pronunciation by characters in the film can be alternatively transcribed as "Arania Exime." ''Exime'', in contrast, is a conjugation of the Latin word ''eximo'' meaning "I banish,"<ref>{{wtlink|eximo#Latin|''eximo''}}</ref> which is much more appropriate considering the spell's effect of repelling spiders.
* In {{HPFJ}}, Hermione Granger uses this spell to fend the acromantulas off from the riders. After Hermione casts ''Arania Exumai'', it causes a bright flash. This is where the pictures are taken.<ref name="HPFJ"/>
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*In {{HPFJ}}, Hermione Granger uses this spell to fend the Acromantulas off from the riders. After Hermione casts ''Arania Exumai'', it causes a bright flash. This is where the pictures are taken.<!-- WHAT pictures????? --><ref name="HPFJ"/>
   
 
==Appearances==
 
==Appearances==
* {{COS|F}}
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*{{COS|F}} {{1st}}
* {{GOF|F}} {{Comment|Disc 2}}
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*{{GOF|F}} {{C|Disc 2}}
* {{HPFJ}}
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*{{DH|F2}}
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*{{HPFJ}}
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*{{HM}}
   
 
==Notes and references==
 
==Notes and references==
 
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[[Category:Protective Spells]]
 
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Latest revision as of 18:49, May 4, 2020

Ron: "Know any spells?"
Harry: "One, but it's not powerful enough for all of them."
Ron: "Where's Hermione when you need her?"
Harry: "Let's go! Arania Exumai"
— Harry saving himself and Ron from the Acromantula[src]

The Spider Repelling spell (Arania Exumai) is a charm used to blast away Acromantulas or other large spiders. If the spell misses and strikes stone, it will produce a large black scorch mark, and thus is not recommended for use on humans, although casting through or along a human produces no ill effect so long as a spider is struck.[1]

HistoryEdit

During the 1987–1988 school year, Jacob's sibling and their friends set out to discover another Cursed Vault, which they later suspected to be near the Spider's Lair in the Forbidden Forest. Patricia Rakepick, a consultant at Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry at the time, gave Jacob's sibling a private lesson on this spell,[2] which they later used against the Acromantula that guarded the Vault in the Forbidden Forest.[3]

Known practitionersEdit

EtymologyEdit

Arania is derived from the Latin aranea, meaning "spider". Exumai is possibly derived from exuo, Latin for "I lay aside" or "I refuse". Alternatively, the pronunciation of exumai is somewhat similar to that of exime, a conjugation of eximo, Latin for "I banish". Together, the incantation can mean "I lay aside the spider" or "I banish the spider".

Behind the scenesEdit

AppearancesEdit

Notes and referencesEdit

  1. 1.0 1.1 1.2 Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets (film)
  2. 2.0 2.1 2.2 Harry Potter: Hogwarts Mystery, Year 4, Chapter 14 (The Spider's Lair) - Private Transfiguration Lesson "Arania Exumai"
  3. Harry Potter: Hogwarts Mystery, Year 4, Chapter 16 (The Forest Vault)
  4. 4.0 4.1 Harry Potter and the Forbidden Journey
  5. Harry Potter Wiki - Vera Verto talk page and Alarte Ascendare talk page
  6. 18px-Wiktionary_small.svg.png eximo on Wiktionary
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