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{{Spell infobox
 
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|name=Anapneo
|incantation=''Anapneo''<br/>(ah-NAHP-nay-oh)
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|incantation=''Anapneo''<br/>(an-AP-knee-o)
 
|type=[[Healing spell]]
 
|type=[[Healing spell]]
 
|hand=Point wand at target
 
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{{quote|...he swallowed too fast, turned purple and began to choke. "''Anapneo''," said Slughorn calmly, pointing his wand at Belby, whose airway seemed to clear at once.|Horace Slughorn's use of the spell on a choking Marcus Belby|Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince}}
 
{{quote|...he swallowed too fast, turned purple and began to choke. "''Anapneo''," said Slughorn calmly, pointing his wand at Belby, whose airway seemed to clear at once.|Horace Slughorn's use of the spell on a choking Marcus Belby|Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince}}
'''''Anapneo''''' is a [[healing spell]] that clears the target person's throat if it is blocked; an example would be if one were choking.
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'''''Anapneo''''' is a [[healing spell]] that clears the target person's throat if it is blocked; an example would be if one was choking.
==Known Practioneers==
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==Known practitioners==
 
*[[Horace Slughorn]]
 
*[[Horace Slughorn]]
 
==Uses==
 
==Uses==
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[[fi:Anapneo]]
 
[[fi:Anapneo]]
 
[[Category:Spells]]
 
[[Category:Spells]]
[[Category:Magic]]
 
 
[[Category:Medical Magic]]
 
[[Category:Medical Magic]]
 
[[Category:Healing spells]]
 
[[Category:Healing spells]]

Latest revision as of 14:56, August 1, 2013

Anapneo
Incantation

Anapneo
(an-AP-knee-o)

Type

Healing spell

Hand Movement

Point wand at target

Effect

Clears throat

"...he swallowed too fast, turned purple and began to choke. "Anapneo," said Slughorn calmly, pointing his wand at Belby, whose airway seemed to clear at once."
—Horace Slughorn's use of the spell on a choking Marcus Belby[src]

Anapneo is a healing spell that clears the target person's throat if it is blocked; an example would be if one was choking.

Known practitionersEdit

UsesEdit

EtymologyEdit

The Greek word anapneo (αναπνέω) which means "I breathe".

AppearancesEdit

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