Voldemort, the most evil character in the Harry Potter series, uttered his last words in a desperate attempt to end Harry Potter’s life in the final book of the series. His words were “Avada Kedavra”, the Killing Curse.
Voldemort had been trying to kill Harry since the first book of the series, but in the final book, he was determined to succeed. He had obtained the Elder Wand, the most powerful wand in the wizarding world, and was convinced that it would give him the power to kill Harry.
Unfortunately for Voldemort, he was unaware that Harry was already the master of the Elder Wand. As a result, when Voldemort cast the Killing Curse, it rebounded and killed him instead. This made “Avada Kedavra” the Dark Lord’s dying words.
The Killing Curse is one of the three Unforgivable Curses, and is considered to be the most powerful and dangerous of all curses. It is a dark and powerful spell that instantly kills its victim. It is so powerful that it cannot be blocked or countered by any other spell.
Voldemort’s use of the Killing Curse was a desperate attempt to finally end Harry’s life, but it ultimately failed. His last words were “Avada Kedavra”, and with that, he perished. His death marked the end of an era of darkness and terror, and brought about a new era of peace and light.
Voldemort’s last words will be remembered by Harry Potter fans for generations to come. They are a reminder of the power of love and friendship, and how even the darkest of forces can be defeated.