Used by Dumbledore?

Is this the Charm Dumbledore used to open the memory bottles during his private lessons with Harry? It said the cork just shot out of the bottle.-- B.A.S.I.L. 13:39, 28 August 2009 (UTC)

Unknown. If the "Etymology" information is correct, it could indicate that Waddiwasi was specifically intended to send the wad of gum where Lupin directed it (in this case, up Peeves' nose). If this is true, then they're probably different (but similar) charms. - Nick O'Demus 14:18, 28 August 2009 (UTC)

I think that's unlikely; how many times would a wizard want to shooting a wad of gum out of a keyhole in a particular direction? - Noctua 10:11, 30 August 2009 (UTC)

Page revamping

Hello to all. It seems to me and a particular website ( ) agree that Waddiwasi isn't used to shoot simply anything at a target, but rather specifically small and soft wads of material, such as gum, given its etymology, so I deleted Behind the Scenes for now, because with its new definition I published, they don't apply. I also ask for help, because the website mentioned above could be used for reference as well as google translations for "Vadd" and "Vas-y" and I'm terrible with citing. Thank you for your help.

Oerk (talk) 18:11, August 19, 2015 (UTC)