Casting and Effects
Salvio Hexia is a defensive spell which presumably deflects hexes from the area. The caster must move their wand in a downwards direction in the opposite direction of their outward hand. The spell must be cast multiple times around an area to be successfully set to defend.
Protego totalum was the incantation of a protective enchantment used to shield a certain area or dwelling for an extended period of time.
The Muggle-Repelling Charm (Repello Muggletum) was a charm that prevented Muggles from seeing or entering an area. Any non-magic person that would get close to the vicinity of the enchantment would remember something urgent to do and leave.
In the the film adaptation of Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix, only Ginny casts the Reductor Curse to smash the shelves in the Hall of Prophecy, instead of every D.A. member present.
The Tickling Charm (Rictusempra) was a charm that caused the target to buckle with laughter, weakening them. It also had at least one other side effect.
Hermione Granger cast Protego totalum, Salvio Hexia, the Muggle-Repelling Charm, the Muffliato Charm, Cave inimicum, and the Disillusionment Charm in 1997 over her tent site (along with Ronald Weasley and Harry Potter).
The Shield Charm (Protego) was a charm that protected the caster with an invisible shield that reflected spells and blocks physical entities.
Protego and it's stronger counterpart, Protego Maxima, both wouldn't work to block the Killing Curse as it is mentioned in the book that Avada Kedavra is unblockable. Also, Protego is a pretty standard spell, if something like it could block the Killing Curse, there would be a lot fewer deaths.
An individual under the effects of this charm The charm was invented by Severus Snape and recorded during his time as a student at Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry, meaning it would have been created sometime between 1971 and 1978.
The Summoning Charm (Accio) was a charm that summoned an object toward the caster. It was able to summon objects in direct line of sight of the caster, as well as things out of view, by calling the object aloud after the incantation (unless the spell was cast nonverbally).
It was just Harry trying to comfort and cheer up Hermione, and get her to stop thinking about the fact that Ron just left, so now they're all alone, they still need to defeat Voldemort, find the Horcruxes, now find the sword, etc.
The Confundus Charm (Confundo) was a charm which confused and misdirected the target. It worked on living and inanimate things, as long as the target had a mind to be confused.
The Blasting Curse (Confringo) was a curse that caused the target to explode. This curse was also popular when it came to duelling.
Cave inimicum was the incantation of a protective charm that produced a boundary that kept the caster hidden from view. Those who were on the other side of the shield were not be able to see, hear or if the spell was well cast, smell them.
A single bullet? Probably yes. A Protego charm can shield the user from kinetic attacks, as demonstrated by Dumbledore using it to block glass shards and Umbridge blocking a centaur's arrow.
This spell (incantation unknown), which produced a powerful bluish-white bolt, could be used to break large magical protections such as Protego horribilis.
Crucio and Imperio can be blocked in my knowledge. Avada Kedavra cannot be blocked by spells, and can only be blocked by something physical. ... Protego blocks most charms but isn't all that useful against powerful curses.
The Fidelius Charm is a very powerful spell used to hide things or places, or to conceal secrets. The spell is described as “(a)n immensely complex spell involving the magical concealment of a secret inside a single, living soul.
1 Expecto Patronum
A defensive charm, Expecto Patronum creates a protective shield for a wizard or witch. Every Patronus is different, and the charm creates an animal protector in a silver form. Harry first learns about the spell in his third year at Hogwarts.
Morsmordre is the incantation of a spell used to conjure the Dark Mark, the skull-and-serpent sign used by Lord Voldemort and his Death Eaters. The Death Eaters cast their mark over the homes of anyone they killed.
Sectumsempra was a curse invented by Professor Severus Snape that lacerates the target and causes severe haemorrhaging. Snape created it as a student of Hogwarts, with the intention of using it against his enemies, likely including the Marauders, and it became one of his specialities.
The Snake Summons Spell (Serpensortia) was a transfiguration spell that conjured a live snake from the end of the wand.