Ventus

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[edit] Pronunciation

ven-TUS

[edit] Description

A strong blast of wind is shot from the end of the wand, used to push objects out of the way.

[edit] Seen/Mentioned

Used in the video game version of Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire.

[edit] Etymology

Ventus is a Latin word, meaning "wind".

[edit] Notes

Not said aloud in the books or in the films, but quite possibly the Hot-Air Charm Hermione and Dumbledore use in the books to produce a stream of warm air from the tip of their wands to dry off.