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  • and Witchcraft). “Witch,” formerly of common gender, represents O. Eng. wicca (masc.), wicce (fem.), agent-nouns to wiccian, to practise sorcery, probably
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  • contend that the Church of Wicca is not a religion entitled to first amendment protection. The "Wiccan Craeft," or "Church of Wicca," is an ancient faith which
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  • Wiccan Rede is a saying that sums up the ethics of the neo-Pagan religion Wicca. The most common form of the rede is An it harm none, do what ye will. "Rede"
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  • KRAUSS 1 and others by itself. As the English word witch, Anglo-Saxon Wicca, comes from a root implying wisdom, 2 so the pure Slavonian word vjestica
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  • 869 F.2d 1490 (1989) Gills v. Martin 869 F.2d 1490 (1989) Gt Gwyddioniaid Wicca v. O'Nell Cb 869 F.2d 1490 (1989) Holland 869 F.2d 1490 (1989) Gentry v
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  • with the sense 'rendered evil' from wikken, to make evil, wikke, bad; A.S. wicca, wizard.] Wicken, wik′n, n. the mountain-ash or rowan-tree.—Also Wick′y
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