witch englannista suomeksi
A person who practices witchcraft.
(RQ:Malory Le Morte Darthur)
A woman who is learned in and actively practices witchcraft.
(RQ:Shakespeare Merry Wives)
An ugly or unpleasant woman.
One who exercises more-than-common power of attraction; a charming or bewitching person.
One given to mischief, especially a woman or child.
Any of a number of flatfish:
(taxlink) (sole), found in the North Atlantic.
(taxlink) (megrim), found in the North Atlantic.
(taxlink), found near New Zealand.
To practise witchcraft.
2012, Carol Berg, ''The Daemon Prism: A Novel of the Collegia Magica'', Penguin ((ISBN))
- The little man was seething and shaking, near collapse with fear and anger. “Tell 'em, Alvy.” “A tenday ago, Will came to the Cockatoo acting crazy, so scared he'd pissed hisself. Said the sorcerer had found him in the stables and witched him.”
2014, Charles L. McNichols, ''Crazy Weather'', Counterpoint Press ((ISBN))
- “Maybe the Mormonhater witched him. There's lot of stories being told around about that old man.” “Them's lies,” denied South Boy hotly. “He may have scared Havek, but he never witched him.”
2017, Benjamin R. Kracht, ''Kiowa Belief and Ritual'', U of Nebraska Press ((ISBN)), page 134:
- Sometime in 1945 he faced an opponent who apparently “witched” him, causing facial paralysis and dizzy spells that rendered him bedridden. An old Indian doctor came to his bedside, looked into his eyes, and proclaimed that he had been witched by his Seminole adversary.
To dowse for water.
witch; A person, chiefly a woman, skilled in sorcery.
Various animals, insects and objects in some way associated with witches.
The pole flounder or dab, (taxlink).
A red clay marble, generally one that is considered effective in winning games, a “wizard”.
To affect or influence as by witchcraft.