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Magical word used in certain Gnostic writings, relation to Greek Abraxas, a Gnostic deity.

It may also be a corruption of the Aramaic term עַבְדָא כְּדַברָא, avda kedavra; “what was said has been done”; or perhaps, עברא כדברא, avra kedavra; “what has said has come to pass.”

It may also be the combination of three hebrew words ארבע-אחד-ארבע when it is read from right to left [1] .

The Aramaic is the source of the Avada Kedavra killing curse in the Harry Potter books.

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abracadabra!

  1. Used to indicate that a magic trick or other illusion has been performed.

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Singular
Abracadabra

Plural
uncountable

Abracadabra (uncountable)
  1. A mystical word or collocation of letters from kabbalism.
  2. Complicated technicalities, jargon that one does not understand much if at all.
    I don’t know all the theoretical abracadabra about how it works, I’m only its pilot.

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Patrono:Fr-intj

  1. abracadabra

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Abracadabra m. (plural Abracadabras)

  1. An unspecified magical formula.
  2. Patrono:Historical A mystical word from kabbalism.

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