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Latin meanings of 9 ‘Harry Potter’ spells

​Confundo: Used to confuse opponents

Confundo is the conjugation of the Latin verb “confundere.” The prefix ‘con’ means “with or together” and the suffix ‘fundo’ means “to pour.” When put together, the word literally means something like “mix,” but is figuratively used to be “jumble or confuse.”

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