Witch Names/Enchantress Names

Ahti

Another name for Finnish Lemminkainen, myth name of a god of magic, a sorcerer said to be able to sing the sand into pearls

Alberic

Elf power Original German form of English unisex Aubrey, composed of the elements alb elf and ric power In Germanic mythology, this was the name of a sorcerer king of elves.

Aubrey

AUBREY: English unisex name derived from a French form of the Germanic name Alberic, meaning elf power, from alb elf and ric power Alberic was the name of a legendary sorcerer king of the elves.

Dalal

Arabic name meaning like a coquette, seductive A coquette is a woman who uses her sex appeal to exploit men.

Fatin

Arabic name meaning fascinating, seductive

Fuamnach

Jealous Irish myth name of the first wife of Midir, a witch goddess who turns the heroine Étaín into a pool of water, then a worm, and finally a beautiful butterfly.

Hecate

Latin form of Greek Hekate, myth name of a goddess of witchcraft, demons, graves, and the underworld, meaning far off

Lemminkainen

Finnish myth name of a hero of the Kalevala, a sorcerer or magician said to be able to sing the sand into pearls The meaning of the name is unknown but it is probably related to the Finnish feminine name Lempi, meaning love

Louhi

Finnish myth name from the Kalevala. Louhi was a queen of Pohjola, and a witch with the ability to shape-shift and cast powerful spells. The name may mean trance, for it was derived from the element lovi which in the Kalevala seems to refer to a state of trance or enchantment caused by magic; for example, Nouse luontoni lovesta, haon alta haltiani translates to rise my nature from the lovi, (rise) my spirit from beneath the threshold

Mab

English form of Irish Maeve, meaning intoxicating

Maeva

Variant of Irish Maeve, meaning intoxicating

Maeve

Irish myth name of a warrior queen, derived from Gaelic Méabh, meaning intoxicating

Mave

Variant of Irish Maeve, meaning intoxicating

Meabh

Gaelic name meaning intoxicating

Meadhbh

Variant of Gaelic Méabh, meaning intoxicating

Meave

Variant of Irish Maeve, meaning intoxicating

Meaveen

Pet form of Irish Maeve, meaning intoxicating

Medb

Variant of Gaelic Méabh, meaning intoxicating

Medea

Cunning Latin form of Greek Medeia, myth name of the sorceress who helped Jason steal the Golden Fleece from his father. When Jason later abandoned her for another woman, she got revenge by killing two of her own children fathered by him.

Mohan

Hindi myth name attributed to Krishna, meaning bewitching

Mohana

Feminine form of Hindi Mohan, meaning bewitching

Mohini

Hindi myth name borne by Vishnu when in the form of a woman, meaning to bewitch

Morgan le fay

Fay derives from Old English faie, meaning fairy Morgan ultimately derives from Old Welsh mor sea and cant circle Therefore, Fairy from the Sea Circle She was a powerful sorceress, daughter of Igraine and Uther Pendragon, and half-sister to Arthur.

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Pauwau

Native American Algonquin name meaning witch

Powaqa

Native American Hopi name meaning witch

Zoraida

Either an Arabic name meaning "enchanting woman," or a name invented by Cervantes who gave one of his characters this name in his novel, Don Quixote.
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