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In Word and Phrase Origins

What is the origin of the word 'abracadabra'?

Here are some answers from the community. All are untrue, and mostare folk etymologies: . Spanish :) . it comes from the roman language . It has its origins in the Arama ( Full Answer )
In Word and Phrase Origins

Where does the word 'abracadabra' come from?

It seems to come from the Aramaic language, in which ibra (אברא) means "I have created" and k'dibra (כדברא) which means "through my speech". So " ( Full Answer )
In Word and Phrase Origins

Where did the word abracadabra originate?

It is a word considered to have mystical powers derived from a Greek word Abraxus, relating to a name for a supreme God and therefore a word of power.
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What creature is abracadabra?

Abracadabra is indeed not a creature . It is a nonsense word used in magic tricks.
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What actors and actresses appeared in abracadabra - 2001?

The cast of abracadabra - 2001 includes: Peter Berkrot Jennifer Blaire Kevin Chapman Terry Conforti as Jeep Girl Driver Shelia Ferreni John Fiore Reed Frerichs Joey Gironda Jo ( Full Answer )
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Are abracadabra and avada kedavra opposites?

Yes, they are opposites, or antonyms. The word abracadabra means "I will create as I speak". Meanwhile the word avada kedavra means "I will destroy as I speak".