Definition of witch. Meaning of witch. Synonyms of witch

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Definition of witch

Witch Witch, n. [Cf. Wick of a lamp.] A cone of paper which is placed in a vessel of lard or other fat, and used as a taper. [Prov. Eng.]

Meaning of witch from wikipedia

- it was used by both catholics and protestants for several hundred years, outlining how to identify a witch, what makes a woman more likely
- w.i.t.c.h. is an italian fantasy , magical girl comic series created by elisabetta gnone , alessandro barbucci , and barbara canepa .
- a witch is a practitioner of witchcraft. witch or variations thereof may also refer to: animals : witch (lefteye flounder) (arnoglossus scapha
- a witch-hunt is a search for persons labelled 'witches' or evidence of witchcraft , often involving moral panic or m**** hysteria before
- w.i.t.c.h. is a european animated television series based on the italian comic book series of the same name created by gary tomlin and
- the scarlet witch (wanda maximoff) is a fictional comic book character that appears in books published by marvel comics . the character
- the wicked witch of the west is a fictional character and the most significant antagonist in l. frank baum 's children's book the
- a major subset of the discworld novels of terry pratchett involves the witches of lancre . they are closely based on witches in british
- the word witch derives from middle english wicche, old english wikt:wicce , wicce (/ˈwɪttʃe/) (feminine) 'witch' and wikt:wicca , wicca
- the three witches or weird sisters are characters in william shakespeare 's play macbeth (c. 1603–1607). their origin lies in