What is witch?

  • (noun): A being (usually female) imagined to have special powers derived from the devil.
    See also — Additional definitions below

Some articles on witch:

Elin I Horsnäs
... after 28 September 1611) was an alleged Swedish witch, the most famous witch in Sweden before the great witch-mania of 1668–1676, and one of few witches in Sweden to be executed before 1668 ...
Witch Queen - Track Listing
... "Witch Queen" 2 ... Witch Queen (Live Version)" Inkubus Sukkubus Albums Belladonna Aconite (1993) Wytches (1994) Heartbeat of the Earth (1995) Beltaine (1996) Vampyre Erotica (1997) Wild (1999) Supernature (2001) The ...
Hilda Spellman - In Other Media - Filmation Animated Series
... comics portrayal, with a typical "witch" appearance and attire, as well as disapproval of Sabrina doing good deeds, and thus (as ordered by Della the Head Witch) was ... Hilda also had a typical "witch" cackle ...
Elin I Horsnäs - The Witch Trial
... She never admitted being a witch despite the torture, but finally, she did admit having used arsenic to murder her first husband ... the trial had been proper, which have made the trial of Elin to the perhaps most well documented witch trial in Sweden outside of the period of the great witch hunt of 1668-1676 ...
Witch Doctor (disambiguation)
... A witch doctor is a type of practitioner of traditional healing arts ... Witch doctor may also refer to "Witch Doctor" (song), a song by Ross Bagdasarian a.k.a ... David Seville The Witch Doctor, a novel by Christopher Stasheff Witch Doctor (comics), a horror/medical drama comic published by the Skybound Entertainment imprint ...

More definitions of "witch":

  • (noun): A female sorcerer or magician.
    Synonyms: enchantress

Famous quotes containing the word witch:

    I am no more a witch than you are a wizard. If you take my life away, God will give you blood to drink.
    Sarah Good (?–1692)

    A witch is one who worketh by the Devil or by some curious art either healing or revealing things secret, or foretelling things to come which the Devil hath devised to ensnare men’s souls withal unto damnation. The conjurer, the enchanter, the sorcerer, the diviner, and whatever other sort there is encompassed within this circle.
    George Gifford (16th century)

    Ding-dong, the wicked witch is dead.
    E.Y. Harburg (1898–1981)