Meaning of the word

Amaldar means to cast a curse or enchantment about someone or something.

Origin of the word

The word “amaldar” originates in the Latin “maleficare”, which means “to do evil”.

Word adverbs


Conjunctions of the word

amaldar, although, although

Synonyms of the word

Bewell, curse, delight, launch a spell

Word Definitions

  1. Launch a curse or enchantment about someone or something.
  2. Practice black magic.

Phrases that the word applies

1. The witch amalided the princess, making her sleep for a hundred years.

2. He was amald with a plague that pursued him for a lifetime.

Examples of the word in text

The wizard amald the castle, turning it into ruins.

Queen Amaldou the magic mirror so that he always said she was the most beautiful.

Rhymes with the word

Enchant, curse, bewitching, disenchanting, bless

Anagrams with the word

Maladar, Madalar, Almadar

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