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'''''Partis Temporus''''' is a [[spell]] which creates a temporary gap in the target, parting it. When a hoard of [[Inferius|Inferi]] attacked [[Albus Dumbledore]] and [[Harry Potter]] on the island in the [[Horcrux cave]], Dumbledore summoned a ring of fire to drive them off, then used ''Partis Temporus'' to create a channel in the encircling flames wide enough to allow himself and [[Harry Potter]] to escape in the [[Horcrux cave boat|boat]].
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'''''Partis Temporus''''' is a [[charm]] that temporarily parts the target where the caster points their [[wand]], creating a gap in it. This [[spell]] was effective in producing a [[magic]]al partition in the [[Firestorm]] [[Charm]].
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When a hoard of [[Inferius|Inferi]] attacked [[Professor]] [[Albus Dumbledore]] and [[Harry Potter]] on the [[Horcrux cave island|island]] in the [[Horcrux cave]], Dumbledore produced a [[Firestorm]] to drive them off, and then used "''Partis Temporus''" to create a channel in the wild, encircling flames wide enough to allow himself and Harry to escape in their [[Horcrux cave boat|boat]].
   
 
==Etymology==
 
==Etymology==
''Partis'' is a plural form of the French verb ''partir'', which means "to separate," "to go away," "to leave," or "to depart." ''Temporis'' is Latin for "time."
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"Partis" most likely comes from the Latin term "partio", meaning "to divide". "Temporus" may come from the Latin "temporarius", meaning "temporary". All together, the spell translates as "to temporarily divide or part".
   
 
==Behind the scenes==
 
==Behind the scenes==
[[File:Partis_Temporus_Possibly.jpg|thumb|346px|Possibly Partis Temporus made by [[Hermione Granger]] at the [[Room of Requirement]]]]
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[[File:Partis_Temporus_Possibly.jpg|thumb|300px|Possibly "''Partis Temporus''" made by [[Hermione Granger]] at the [[Room of Requirement]]]]
*In ''[[Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part 2]]'', Hermione Granger may have used this spell to create a gap in the [[Fiendfyre]] conjured by [[Gregory Goyle]] while flying on [[Broomstick|broomsticks]] so that they could escape the [[Room of Requirement|Room of Hidden Things]].
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*In ''[[Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part 2]]'', Hermione Granger may have used this spell to create a gap in the [[Fiendfyre]] conjured by [[Gregory Goyle]] while flying on [[broomstick]]s so that they could escape the [[Room of Requirement|Room of Hidden Things]].
   
 
==Appearances==
 
==Appearances==
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Latest revision as of 14:39, February 8, 2014

PartisTemporus
Partis Temporus
Incantation

Partis Temporus
(PAR-tus TEMP-or-us)

Type

Charm

Hand Movement

Point wand at target

Light

None

Effect

Parts the target

Partis Temporus is a charm that temporarily parts the target where the caster points their wand, creating a gap in it. This spell was effective in producing a magical partition in the Firestorm Charm.

When a hoard of Inferi attacked Professor Albus Dumbledore and Harry Potter on the island in the Horcrux cave, Dumbledore produced a Firestorm to drive them off, and then used "Partis Temporus" to create a channel in the wild, encircling flames wide enough to allow himself and Harry to escape in their boat.

EtymologyEdit

"Partis" most likely comes from the Latin term "partio", meaning "to divide". "Temporus" may come from the Latin "temporarius", meaning "temporary". All together, the spell translates as "to temporarily divide or part".

Behind the scenesEdit

Partis Temporus Possibly
Possibly "Partis Temporus" made by Hermione Granger at the Room of Requirement

AppearancesEdit

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