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|incantation=''Episkey''<br/>eh-PIS-kee
 
|incantation=''Episkey''<br/>eh-PIS-kee
 
|type= [[Healing spell]]
 
|type= [[Healing spell]]
|hand=Circle then bop
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|hand=Point wand at target
 
|effect=Heals relatively minor injuries
 
|effect=Heals relatively minor injuries
 
|light=None
 
|light=None
 
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{{quote|"''Episkey''," said Tonks. Harry's nose felt very hot, then very cold. He raised a hand and felt it gingerly. It seemed to be mended.|Nymphadora Tonks fixes Harry Potter's broken nose|Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince}}
 
{{quote|"''Episkey''," said Tonks. Harry's nose felt very hot, then very cold. He raised a hand and felt it gingerly. It seemed to be mended.|Nymphadora Tonks fixes Harry Potter's broken nose|Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince}}
'''Episkey''' is a [[healing spell]] that heals relatively minor injuries such as broken toes.
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'''Episkey''' is a [[healing spell]] that heals relatively minor injuries such as broken noses.
 
==Known users==
 
==Known users==
 
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Latest revision as of 14:57, August 1, 2013

Episkey
Episkey
Incantation

Episkey
eh-PIS-kee

Type

Healing spell

Hand Movement

Point wand at target

Light

None

Effect

Heals relatively minor injuries

""Episkey," said Tonks. Harry's nose felt very hot, then very cold. He raised a hand and felt it gingerly. It seemed to be mended."
—Nymphadora Tonks fixes Harry Potter's broken nose[src]

Episkey is a healing spell that heals relatively minor injuries such as broken noses.

Known usersEdit

In 1996, Nymphadora Tonks used this spell to fix Harry Potter's broken nose, and that same year Harry used it to fix Demelza Robins' broken lip; he probably had not learned it in class, but assumed that if it could heal broken noses, it could heal split lips.

Known practitionersEdit

EtymologyEdit

The word comes from the Greek "episkevi" ("επισκευή"), which means "repair".

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