adv. (neg-are-es-may-pir-ig-nes) from the Latin: negare, and the Greek na anairései (verb. to Negate), and the Latin "per ignis" and the Greek "me pyrkagia" (by fire).
The engagement of a ritual act or magic designed to negate the Christian ritual of Baptism. As in, "the Conjurer cast a spell of negarésmepyrignis, thus removing and negating the act of baptism enacted on the child."