witch

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Английский Язык - Турецкий язык
{f} büyü yapmak
cadı

Aramızda kalsın, şişman çirkin cadı diyet yapıyor. - Between ourselves, the fat ugly witch is on a diet.

Tom muskanın kendisini cadılardan koruyacağını düşünüyordu. - Tom thought that the amulet would protect him from witches.

{i} büyücü kadın
{i} büyücü

O, büyücülükle ilgili şeyler okumayı seviyordu. - She liked to read about witchcraft.

Tom bir büyücü doktor. - Tom is a witch doctor.

acuze
kocakarı
büyüleyici kadın
cadaloz kadın
{f} büyü yap

Cadı bir büyü yaptı ve asasından dışarı bir ışık demeti fırladı. - The witch cast a spell and a beam of light shot out of her wand.

Kötü cadı adama kötü bir büyü yaptı ve onu bir böceğe çevirdi. - The wicked witch cast an evil spell on the man and turned him into an insect.

çekici kadın
{i} afsuncu
{i} büyüleyici güzel
{f} büyülemek
{i} sihirbaz
witch hazel
hamamelis
witch hazel
güvercinağacı
witch hazel
güvercin ağacı
witch hunt
büyücü avı
witch-hazel
cadı ela
witch doctor
cinci
witch doctor
büyücü hekim
witch doctor
kabile büyücüsü
witch grass
(Botanik, Bitkibilim) ayrıkotu
witch hazel
bot. güvercinağacı, hamamelis
witch hunt
sindirme harekâtı
witch of agnesi
(Matematik) agnesi büyülüsü
witch of agnesi
(Matematik) agnesi eğrisi
witching
büyü yaparak
witchy
büyüleyici
water witch
su falcısı
witching
{i} büyücü
witching
{f} büyü yap
witchlike
büyülü
old witch
ihtiyar
witching
sihir
witching
füsun
witching
füsunkâr
witching
witchingly büyüleyici bir şekilde
witching
{s} büyüleyici
witching
{s} büyü yapmaya uygun
witching
büyücülük
witching
çekici
witching
büyüye elverişli
witching
{s} büyücülük yapmaya uygun
witching
teshir edici
witching
çekici/cadılara özgü
witching
büyü
Английский Язык - Английский Язык
To bewitch
An Atlantic flatfish, Glyptocephalus cynoglossus; Torbay sole
To practise witchcraft

'It approaches the witching hour'.

A woman who is learned in and actively practices witchcraft
An ugly or unpleasant woman

I hate that old witch.

To dowse for water
A man who practises witchcraft

And som of hem lough to scorne, as kyng Lot, and mo other called hym a wytche.

{v} to bewitch, enchant, charm, take, hurt
{n} a woman accused of magical arts, a harg
One who practices the black art, or magic; one regarded as possessing supernatural or magical power by compact with an evil spirit, esp
cast a spell over someone or something; put a hex on someone or something
A practitioner of witchcraft There are many types and traditions of witches A witch is not necessarily a Wiccan, though if a Wiccan practices witchcraft they can be called a witch
A keyword found on some Character cards Only a Wizard or a Witch can be a starting Character
The stormy petrel
{f} affect by witchcraft, bewitch; charm, tempt; enchant
n (1) An ugly and repulsive old woman, in a wicked league with the devil (2) A beautiful and attractive young woman, in wickedness a league beyond the devil
with the Devil; a sorcerer or sorceress; now applied chiefly or only to women, but formerly used of men as well
In fairy stories, a witch is a woman, usually an old woman, who has evil magic powers. Witches often wear a pointed black hat, and have a pet black cat
one who worships the Goddess(es) and/or God(s) of Paganism, practices magic, and considers her/himself to be a follower of the spiritual path of Witchcraft
{i} sorceress; follower of Wicca; ugly or vicious woman (Offensive Slang)
woman claiming to have magical powers, as in: The witch gave them herbs
A certain curve of the third order, described by Maria Agnesi under the name versiera
Occurs only in Ex 22: 18, as the rendering of mekhashshepheh, the feminine form of the word, meaning "enchantress" (R V , "sorceress"), and in Deut 18: 10, as the rendering of mekhashshepheth, the masculine form of the word, meaning "enchanter "
To bewitch; to fascinate; to enchant
A woman who practices or is believed to practice occult magic; sorceress (Cf warlock )
A keyword on some Character cards
one who worships the Goddess, and sometimes also Her Consort, the God; practices magic; and considers her/himself to be following the spiritual path of Witchcraft
An ugly old woman; a hag
One who exercises more than common power of attraction; a charming or bewitching person; also, one given to mischief; - - said especially of a woman or child
a female sorcerer or magician
A practitioner of folk magick, particularly that kind relating to herbs, stones, colors, wells, rivers, etc It is used by some Wiccans to describe themselves This term has nothing to do with Satanism Witchcraft: The craft of the witch- magick, especially magick utilizing personal power in conjunction with the energies within stones, herbs, colors, and other natural objects This belief system also has nothing to do with Satanism
A witch is a man or woman who claims to have magic powers and to be able to use them for good or bad purposes
a being (usually female) imagined to have special powers derived from the devil
n   (1)  Any ugly and repulsive old woman, in a wicked league
A (usually female) person who is learned in and actively practices witchcraft (according to the OED, its use in the masculine is "now only dialectal")
The term for a practitioner who follows the witch tradition of magick They can use magick, but they have not made it a life-long study and passion Compare with "Wizard" (qv) See Practitioners
{s} of sorcery, of witchcraft
an ugly evil-looking old woman
One who casts magic spells Click here for a full description
An Atlantic flatfish, Glyptocephalus cynoglossus
A cone of paper which is placed in a vessel of lard or other fat, and used as a taper
Someone supposed to have dealings with the devil or evil spirits, and have magickal powers
A person of any religion or "none" who practices folk magic Although any common folk can use folk magic, the Witch makes magic a daily practice/study and way of life
A stereotypical role for contralto soloists in operas See also maid, second fiddle, servant, and villain
hellcat
witch ball
A hollow sphere of plain or stained glass hung in windows in 18th century England to ward off evil spirits, witches' spells or ill fortune
witch balls
plural form of witch ball
witch doctor
A person who is believed to heal through magical powers; a shaman

I told the witch doctor I was in love with you (2x) / And then the witch doctor he told me what to do / he said that Oo ee oo ah ah, ting tang walla walla bing bang (4x) (Cartoons – Witch Doctor).

witch doctors
plural form of witch doctor
witch grass
a European grass that spreads rapidly; couch grass
witch grass
a North American grass, Panicum capillare
witch hazel
An extract of the bark and/or leaves of this plant, used as an astringent
witch hazel
Hamamelis virginiana (Eastern North America), especially, or Hamamelis vernalis (Ozarks)
witch hazel
Any of several small deciduous trees, of the genus Hamamelis, having yellow flowers
witch hunts
plural form of witch hunt
witch-hazel
Alternative spelling of witch hazel
witch-hunt
An attempt to find and publicly punish a group of people perceived as a threat, usually on ideological or political grounds
witch-hunt
A public smear-campaign against an individual
witch-hunt
A search witches, persons believed to be using sorcery or harmful magic, in order to persecute and typically kill them
witch doctor
someone who is believed to heal through magical powers
witch doctor
shaman; quack
witch doctor
A witch doctor is a person in some societies, for example in Africa, who is thought to have magic powers which can be used to heal people. A sorcerer, prophet, or shamanistic healer, especially among African peoples. Not in scientific use
witch elm
Eurasian elm often planted as a shade tree
witch elm
Variant of wych elm
witch hazel
any of several shrubs or trees of the genus Hamamelis; bark yields an astringent lotion
witch hazel
Obtained from twigs of hamamelis virginiana Skin freshener, astringent Back To Top
witch hazel
Witch hazel is a liquid that you put on your skin if it is sore or damaged, in order to help it to heal
witch hazel
lotion consisting of an astringent alcoholic solution containing an extract from the witch hazel plant any of several shrubs or trees of the genus Hamamelis; bark yields an astringent lotion
witch hazel
Commonly used mild astringent
witch hazel
lotion consisting of an astringent alcoholic solution containing an extract from the witch hazel plant
witch hazel
{i} wychhazel, type of flowering tree; astringent solution containing an extract from the witch hazel tree
witch hazel
This leaf and bark extract is widely used in the treatment of itching and skin irritation
witch hazel
soothes inflammation and burns Is good for sensitive skin, such as the eye area, greasy or dry chapped skin
witch hazel family
Family Hamamelidaceae, comprising 23 genera of shrubs and trees, native to tropical and warm temperate regions. The six species of the genus Hamamelis include such ornamentals as witch hazel, winter hazel, and Fothergilla, which are outstanding for their early flowering and fall leaf colour. Members of the family are characterized by simple leaves and by flowers with four or five petals and sepals each. American, or common, witch hazel (H. virginiana) flowers in fall and retains yellow, cuplike calyxes (collections of sepals) through the winter. The common name refers to the forked twigs that were sometimes used for water-witching, or dowsing to locate underground water. The fragrant liniment witch hazel is made from the dried leaves and sometimes from twigs and bark. Brilliant autumn leaf colour is an outstanding trait of ironwood (Parrotia persica). Another genus, Altingia, has seven species, all Asian and all valued for their timber. A. excelsa is one of the largest trees of the Asian tropics, sometimes reaching a height of 82 ft (25 m)
witch hunt
manhunt against opposers
witch moth
Any of several large noctuid moths of the genus Erebus of the southern United States and tropical America
witch-doctor
a man who is believed to have magic powers and the ability to cure diseases, especially in parts of Africa medicine man
witch-hazel
a substance used for treating small wounds on the skin, or the tree that produces it (witch-hazel type of elm tree (16-19 centuries), from witch (11-19 centuries), from wice, wic)
witch-hunt
disapproval A witch-hunt is an attempt to find and punish a particular group of people who are being blamed for something, often simply because of their opinions and not because they have actually done anything wrong. an attempt to find and punish people in a society or organization whose opinions are regarded as wrong or dangerous - used to show disapproval
witch-hunt
searching out and harassing dissenters
witch-hunter
someone who identifies and punishes people for their opinions
Wicked Witch of the West
a character in the book and film The Wizard of Oz, who is evil and ugly, and can do magic
cold as a witch's tit
Very cold
man-witch
A male witch; a warlock
witching
Present participle of witch
witchy
Of, pertaining to, or characteristic of witches

Mitchell turned and glowered at Bernadette, who brushed her witchy hair aside and smiled at him.

A witch
hex
Salem witch trials
(May-October 1692) American colonial persecutions for witchcraft. In the town of Salem, Massachusetts Bay Colony, several young girls, stimulated by supernatural tales told by a West Indian slave, claimed to be possessed by the devil and accused three women of witchcraft. Under pressure, the accused women named others in false confessions. Encouraged by the clergy, a special civil court was convened with three judges, including Samuel Sewall, to conduct the trials. They resulted in the conviction and hanging of 19 "witches" and the imprisonment of nearly 150 others. As public zeal abated, the trials were stopped and then condemned. The colonial legislature later annulled the convictions
the Witch and the Wardrobe Lion
a children's book by C. S. Lewis, in which four children enter the imaginary land of Narnia by walking through a wardrobe, and have many adventures there. It is the first of the series of books called The Chronicles of Narnia (1950)
vernal witch hazel
fragrant shrub of lower Mississippi valley having very small flowers from midwinter to spring
virginian witch hazel
common shrub of eastern North America having small yellow flowers after the leaves have fallen
water witch
The stormy petrel
water witch
someone who uses a divining rod to find underground water
water witch
The dabchick
water witch
One who claims to be able to find underground water by means of a divining rod; a dowser
witches
plural of witch
witching
That witches or enchants; suited to enchantment or witchcraft; bewitching
witching
possessing or using or characteristic of or appropriate to supernatural powers; "charming incantations"; "magic signs that protect against adverse influence"; "a magical spell"; "'tis now the very witching time of night"- Shakespeare; "wizard wands"; "wizardly powers"
witching
{s} characterized by witchcraft; bewitching, charming, spell-binding
witching
{i} magic, witchcraft, sorcery, wizardry; use of witchcraft; charm, spell
witchlike
being or having the character of witchcraft
witchy
A witchy person looks or behaves like a witch. Witchy things are associated with witches. My great-grandmother was old and witchy looking
witchy
Of or pertaining to witches
Турецкий язык - Английский Язык

Определение witch в Турецкий язык Английский Язык словарь

çarşamba karısı the Wednesday Witch
(a malevolent spirit)
witch

    Турецкое произношение

    wîç

    Произношение

    /ˈwəʧ/ /ˈwɪʧ/

    Этимология

    [ wich ] (noun.) before 12th century. Old English wiċċe (“sorceress, witch”) and wicca (“wizard, sorcerer, warlock”), from Proto-Germanic *wikkēn, *wikkō(n) 'necromancer, waker of the dead' (compare West Frisian wikke 'witch', Low German wikken, wicken 'to use witchcraft', Old High German wīhan (“to consecrate”), Old English wiġle 'divination'), from Proto-Indo-European *weik- 'to choose, sacrifice, conjure'; akin to Latin victima 'sacrificial victim', Lithuanian viekas 'life-force', Sanskrit vinákti 'to sift, separate out'.

    Времена

    witches, witching, witched

    Общие Словосочетания

    witch hunt, witch doctor, witch hazel

    Слово дня

    agerasia
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