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Enchantment Remover

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Surgito is the incantation of a spell that can be used to remove an enchantment.

In 1927, Newton Scamander used Surgito to lift an enchantment that was placed on Jacob Kowalski by Queenie Goldstein.  The spell caused Jacob to be happy with whatever Queenie wanted but had side effects that caused him to act strangely. When Newt noticed that uncharacteristic behavior he cast the spell. As a result Kowalski awoke from the dreamlike enchanted state, and became aware of reality in the present (CG).

Enchantment Remover
Incantation Surgito
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Etymology

Surgito is a Latin word meaning "you/he/she shall arise, or get up", a conjugation of the verb surgo ("I arise"). Source - Surgito on Wiktionary.

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