Wizarding Magic: Spells, Incantations, Potions, Hexes and more
The key to becoming a bonafide wizard in the wonderful world of wizardry and magic is hardly an easy task, but any fully dedicated person is qualified to become an apprentice. No wizard-in-training is normally permitted to become a full-time apprentice until he reaches the age of 15, but there have been a few exceptional students that have sooner reached their apprenticeship, over the years. Becoming a wizard takes many years of devotion to the studying of countless great texts of magical witchcraft. Wizards are not "born"; they are self-created. In order to catapult oneself to wizard status, one is required to pass several tests of strength, endurance, and most importantly, wit, all assigned in time by his wizarding master (or professor). Here are a few samples of excerpts from old wizarding books, showing some of the most common magic words, magic spells, incantations, magic potions, hexes and magic charms used by wizards everywhere.
Study hard! This list isn't even 1/100,000,000 of the material you would have to learn to call yourself a wizard.
Accio- Come to my hand
Avis - Produce small birds from wandtip
Enervate - Become Undazed
Engorgio - Swell the subject's size
Expelliarmus - Disarm target
Incendio - Set on fire
Lumos - Wand, light my way
Prior Incantato -Repeat previous spell
Quietus - Make my voice normal volume
Reducio - Reduce the subject's size
Reparo - Repair the breakage(glass, pottery)
Sonorous- Make My voice amplify
Stupify - Stun