Locomotion MagicThe basic spell for moving an object is Locomotor, which comes from two Latin words meaning roughly "move from its place." First years learn to move objects by magic; the practical part of exam for the first years consisted of their being able to make a pineapple dance across a desk.The Locomotion spell words are often said with a target, so for example when transported belongings back up to her rooms, he said "Locomotortrunks!", then directed them up the staircase with his .Another spell word used to move things is Mobili. This is also from Latin and means active or moveable. This spell word is frequently combined with other Latin words to create incantations like Mobilicorpus to move a body or Mobiliarbus to move a tree. The effect of this spell is very similar to the Locomotion spell.
lyingIt is not possible for people to make themselves fly unaided by magic. Unless a wizard is an Animagus who transforms into a flying animal, therefore, he or she must enchant some other object to fly and then ride along . There are a number of ways for this to happen. The basic form of flying is Levitation, for which the spell words are Wingardium Leviosa. The word Leviosa comes from Latin and means "to levitate," but wingardium is not Latin, since that language does not use the letter W. Possibly the Wingardium comes from the English word "wing," which has obvious connections to the idea of flying. It is also possible that since first years start their training using feathers, theWingardium is a Latinized version of an object or target word. Another version of is the which has an effect very similar to the spell. It is possible that is another name it.More advanced forms of flying enchantments are used to make broomsticks, carpets, motorcycles, and even Ford Anglia automobiles fly. The spell words for this are not given, but these spells are very common, especially the broomstick variety.Summoning more advanced form of movement isSummoning . When a wizard or witch an object, it comes flying through the air to the caster. It will even break through barriers or break chains in order to obey the summons, although this may depend on the power of the spell caster. The incantation for this is , which comes from the Latin word for "summon." While the original Latin pronunciation of this word would be "AK-see-oh," most people pronouce the incantation as "AS-ee-oh." Either way, the spell word can be combined with a target word or can be used alone with intention filling in the required information.The opposite of Summoning is Banishment. When an object is Banished, it flies away from the spell caster. The spell words for this are not given.Other movement spellsA number of other spells move things around, often in very specialized ways. An example of this type of specialty spell is the "pack" spell that used to put Harry's belongings in his trunk. She mentions that her mother's version of the spell actually matched up the socks, but hers wasn't that clever. The is designed specifically to remove a person's weapon, which often means that the person's goes flying. The spell word for this charm is , which comes from two Latin words meaning "to expel a weapon." The can make try to buck or throw their riders. The spell, which can be used to repair almost anything, physically moves the broken pieces back together again. Finally, used a spell of some kind to propel the rowboat through the water back to the mainland when he rescued from the . Perhaps he uses that same spell on the fleet of little boats he takes the first years across the lake in.Some curses force a person to move.Makes the victim dance while the, spell word , forces them to laugh. The makes a person's legs wiggle uncontrollably.Spells that inhibit movementWhile the has an opposite effect from the , both make an object move. Some spells, however, inhibit or prevent movement. TheBraking, employed on some , slows the movement of the. A person can be affected by spells that bind the legs together (the , spell words) or freeze the entire body (the, spell words) . A was once used by to stop a couple of in their tracks after released a bunch of them in class (no, she didn't freeze the whole room full of them, as it shows in . And the , spell word , can block someone or something from moving toward the caster. The doesn't stop movement so much as interfere with it. A person affected trips and falls, sometimes quite spectacularly.