wicca

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Finnish[edit]

Noun[edit]

wicca

  1. Wicca (neo-pagan religion)
  2. Wiccan (follower of this religion)

Declension[edit]

Inflection of wicca (Kotus type 9/kala, no gradation)
nominative wicca wiccat
genitive wiccan wiccojen
partitive wiccaa wiccoja
illative wiccaan wiccoihin
singular plural
nominative wicca wiccat
accusative nom.? wicca wiccat
gen. wiccan
genitive wiccan wiccojen
wiccainrare
partitive wiccaa wiccoja
inessive wiccassa wiccoissa
elative wiccasta wiccoista
illative wiccaan wiccoihin
adessive wiccalla wiccoilla
ablative wiccalta wiccoilta
allative wiccalleˣ wiccoilleˣ
essive wiccana wiccoina
translative wiccaksi wiccoiksi
instructive wiccoin
abessive wiccatta wiccoitta
comitative wiccoineen

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Italian[edit]

Noun[edit]

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wicca f (invariable)

  1. Wicca

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From Proto-Germanic *wikkô (necromancer, sorcerer).[1]

Further etymology uncertain; apparently from Proto-Indo-European *weik- (separate, divide), conjectured to be because of early Germanic divinatory practices to do with casting lots.


Noun[edit]

wiċċa m

  1. wizard, sorcerer, magician, druid, necromancer
    • c. 890, Ælfred, Domboc, Prologue
      Ða fæmnan þe gewuniað onfon gealdorcræftigan ⁊ scinlæcan ⁊ wiccan, ne læt þu ða libban.
      Women who are accustomed to receiving enchanters and sorceresses and witches, do not let them live.

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