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Oxford dictionary definition of the word witch:
1a woman thought to have evil magic powers, popularly depicted as wearing a black cloak and pointed hat, and flying on a broomstick.
a follower or practitioner of modern witchcraft; a Wiccan priest or priestess.
2 informal an ugly or unpleasant old woman.
3a girl or woman who is bewitchingly attractive.
4an edible North Atlantic flatfish.
Glyptocephalus cynoglossus, family Pleuronectidae
cast an evil spell on:
Mrs Mucharski had somehow witched the house
(of a girl or woman) enchant (a man):
she witched Jake
adjective (witchier, witchiest)
Old English wicca (masculine), wicce (feminine), wiccian (verb); current senses of the verb are probably a shortening of bewitch