A borrowed Welsh term used for a Kin spell. The word means trade or substitution, and the Welsh-based Kin use it for a pre-arranged swapping spell. It must be set up ahead of time, but once it has been, does not require a wand to perform. In Half-Shell Prophecies, Katie uses it to trade her business attire for comfortably warm winter-wear.

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