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A Plangentine was presumably either a fruit or a flower. Bathilda Bagshot stated that she first saw Ariana Dumbledore while out gathering Plangentines on a winter's night in Godric's Hollow.[1]

Etymology

The term Plangentine is composed by the word plangent meaning resounding, noisy, deafening, thundering, piercing, booming, shrill and vibrant. Besides, this is derived from Latin plangere which means cry, yell, scream plus suffix -ine.

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Notes and references

  1. Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows, Chapter 11 (The Bribe)