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{{Quote|[[Albus Dumbledore|Dumbledore]]'d [[Charm|bewitched]] this branch to burn fer evermore, which isn' somethin' any wizard could do...|Description by [[Rubeus Hagrid]]|Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix}}
 
{{Quote|[[Albus Dumbledore|Dumbledore]]'d [[Charm|bewitched]] this branch to burn fer evermore, which isn' somethin' any wizard could do...|Description by [[Rubeus Hagrid]]|Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix}}
 
'''Gubraithian fire''', also known as '''Everlasting fire''' is a [[Fire|flame]] which has been enchanted to burn forever without dying. It is quite an advanced bit of [[magic]], as few [[Wizardkind|wizards]] were capable of it.<ref name="OOTP">''[[Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix]]''</ref>
 
'''Gubraithian fire''', also known as '''Everlasting fire''' is a [[Fire|flame]] which has been enchanted to burn forever without dying. It is quite an advanced bit of [[magic]], as few [[Wizardkind|wizards]] were capable of it.<ref name="OOTP">''[[Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix]]''</ref>
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==Etymology==
 
==Etymology==
 
The name "Gubraithian" is probably taken from the Scottish Gaelic phrase "gu brath", which means "forever".<ref>See [http://en.wiktionary.org/wiki/gu_br%C3%A0th gu bràth on Wiktionary]</ref>
 
The name "Gubraithian" is probably taken from the Scottish Gaelic phrase "gu brath", which means "forever".<ref>See [http://en.wiktionary.org/wiki/gu_br%C3%A0th gu bràth on Wiktionary]</ref>

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Gubraithian fire
Type

Charm

Effect

Everlasting flames

"Dumbledore'd bewitched this branch to burn fer evermore, which isn' somethin' any wizard could do..."
—Description by Rubeus Hagrid[src]

Gubraithian fire, also known as Everlasting fire is a flame which has been enchanted to burn forever without dying. It is quite an advanced bit of magic, as few wizards were capable of it.[1]

Practitioners

Etymology

The name "Gubraithian" is probably taken from the Scottish Gaelic phrase "gu brath", which means "forever".[2]

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Notes and references

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