Wiccan Wic"can (w[i^]k"k[i^]n), prop. n. An adherent or practitioner of {Wicca}. [PJC]

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  • Wiccan — Wic can (w[i^]k k[i^]n), prop. a. Of, pertaining to, or characteristic of, {Wicca} or its adherents. [PJC] …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • Wiccan — Wiccan, die Geisterseher od. Weissager der Angelsachsen …   Pierer's Universal-Lexikon

  • Wiccan — Das Pentagramm, ein Symbol, das auch von der Wicca Religion verwendet wird Wicca [ˈwɪkə] ist eine neureligiöse Bewegung[1] und enthält synkretisch moderne Mysterienelemente. Wicca versteht sich als die „Reli …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • Wiccan — Wicca Wic ca (w[i^]k k[.a]), prop. n. [OE. wicche wizard, AS. wicce, fem., wicca, masc.; see also {witch} and {wicked}.] 1. A religion derived from pre Christian times, also called {Witchcraft}[4], which practices a benevolent reverence for… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • Wiccan — Billy Kaplan alias Wiccan est un personnage de fiction, super héros appartenant à l univers de Marvel Comics. C est un adolescent, membre des Young Avengers, qui utilise ses capacités exceptionnelles pour lutter contre le crime et, notamment, la… …   Wikipédia en Français

  • Wiccan — 1. adjective Of or pertaining to the neo pagan religion of Wicca. The pentacle is sometimes worn as a Wiccan symbol. 2. noun A follower of Wicca. See Also: Wicca …   Wiktionary

  • Wiccan — n. one who belongs to the Wiccan religion (neo pagan polytheistic religion) …   English contemporary dictionary

  • Wiccan — Wicca ► NOUN ▪ the religious cult of modern witchcraft. DERIVATIVES Wiccan adjective & noun. ORIGIN Old English, «witch» …   English terms dictionary

  • Wiccan — adjective or noun see Wicca …   New Collegiate Dictionary

  • wiccan — /wik euhn/, n. (sometimes cap.) a practitioner of wicca. * * * …   Universalium

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