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Aguamenti (Water-Making Spell)
This Spell: Produces a fountain or jet of water from the wand tip.
Used by Fleur Delacour in to extinguish her skirt, which had caught flame during a fight against a dragon. Harry used this spell twice in both on the same night; once to attempt to provide a drink for Dumbledore, then again to help douse Hagrid's hut after it was set aflame by Thorfinn Rowle, who used the Fire-Making Spell.
Etymology: Possibly a combination of Latin words aqua, which means "water", and mentis, which means "mind".