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From Latin levis light (on the model of gravitate) levity
American Heritage Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition
Latin levō (“I elevate, I lift up"), from levis (“light").
She was able to levitate three inches from the ground.
With proper training you can levitate just about anything, including yourself.
I have the ability to levitate things.
I am learning how to levitate an inanimate object in mid-air for 20 seconds.
Use "Wingardium Leviosa" to levitate objects and creatures where you want.
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