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English - Turkish
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English - English
A man in league with the Devil; a male magic-user, a wizard
The male equivalent of witch
The Devil, Satan; a demon
A traitor or oath-breaker
a term coined in the Burning Times It was used to denote a traitor to the Craft, or one who had betrayed the followers of the Old Religion It's origin is Scottish Because of the negative connotations, it is not used by most Wiccans today
A male witch; a wizard; a sprite; an imp
A derogatory term which literally means "oathbreaker" It is a common misconception that male witches are called warlocks However, male witches are no different than females in this respect and so they are simply called witches
Scottish in origin, the word literally means "oath breaker" and dates back to the burning times It was used in reference to those who betrayed other witches and, as such, still holds very negative connotations today; despite it's popularisation in Victorian fairy stories
a man who has magical powers, especially evil powers = sorcerer, wizard wizard
{i} male witch, magician
Of or pertaining to a warlock or warlock; impish
A man who practices witchcraft or magic arts; sorcerer
a male witch or demon
A wizard or sorcerer; a male witch
n The male equivalent of a witch, a conjurer, a sorcerer, a caster of spells, a demon Warcraft III art
A wizard, a sorcerer, a magician, a male witch; an evil spirit; a sprite; an imp; a man who holds the key that unlocks secret and supernatural powers; a man who practices black magic; a man who practices magic and/or witchcraft; one skilled in the magical arts It is a common misconception that male witches are called warlocks Warluck The word represents Old English wærloga, 'traitor', 'the one that breaks faith', literally 'oath liar' The term was used to describe men who pretended to be witches in order to penetrate covens and betray them during the Burning Times
Antiquated term misused in reference to a male Witch It means oath-breaker, truth twister, or liar Most Pagans, Witch's find the term offensive Web Weaving: Networking with other magickal people via conversation, writing, e-mail, to gather information which will mutually assist each party Wheel of the Year: One full cycle of the seasonal year Wicca: A modern Pagan religion with spiritual roots in the earliest expressions of reverence for nature Some major identifying motifs are: reverence for both the Goddess and God; acceptance of reincarnation and magick; ritual observance of astronomical and agricultural phenomena; and the use of magickal circles for ritual purposes Widdershins: Counter-clockwise motion, usually used for negative magickal purposes, or for dispersing negative energies or conditions such as disease
plural of warlock