Sometimes you ask yourself what female witch names are you? Are you looking for the perfect Pagan or witch names for girls and boys? Check out our list of magical names drawn from the realms of the occult.
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Many witch names are for both males and females. And others can be adapted to any gender. Creating compound names are the one way Pagans pay homage to sacred objects, spirits, and concepts. You can try mixing and matching these first names with your favorite nouns and adjectives to create your very own Craft name.
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- Aine - The queen’s name of the fairies in Celtic Lore
- Aislinn - It means the dream of vision. This is also Irish female name
- Alcina - It comes from a Greek sorceress, the title character of an opera by Handel
- Althea - The meaning of healer.
- Amethyst - It is known as the lovely purple stone. Moreover, it is known to the ancients for bringing sobriety, wisdom, and protection, especially to travelers.
- Aradia – The name of legendary Italian Witch, one of the principal figures in Charles Godfrey Leland's 1899 work Aradia, or the Gospel of the Witches.
- Ariadne – “Most holy.” The mythical figure associated with mazes and labyrinths.
- Andromeda - She was the daughter of King Cepheus and Cassiopeia. From the origins of Greek mythology, this name is also constellation within the night’s sky.
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- Artemis - This is one of the Greek virgin goddesses of the moon and wild animals.
- Aura - It means “wind” in Greek. The world refers to the energy field surrounding the body.
- Bran – Means “Raven” in several Celtic languages. This is a great historical name with connections to Welsh mythology and Arthurian legend.
- Brigid – The forges, healing, and poetry Celtic Goddess.
- Cassandra – Cassandra incurred the displeasure of Apollo, who cursed her so that her prophecies would never be believed.
- Cabot - The name Cabot is derived from Laurie Cabot, who was named the Official Witch of Salem in the 1970s. The name Cabot has good origins and is a powerful name for a familiar.
- Cerridwen – It means “Fair as the poem.” A powerful enchantress of Welsh legend, identified with the Wiccan mother goddess.
- Crystal – Witches love crystals. And this name became more popular in the 1980s and 90s.
- Devin – “Musical poet.” A Gaelic boy’s name, now unisex.
- Diana – The Roman name for the moon goddess. It’s known in European lore as the “Queen of the Witches.”
- Endora – This is the name of the magical mother-in-law in the TV sitcom Bewitched.
- Erzulie – Which is known as a spirit (or family of spirits) in Vodou. She has many rules and forms over love, beauty, health, and sexual passion.
- Endora - Endora can sometimes be the mother-in-law from hell. As Samantha’s mother in Bewitched, Endora is always tormenting her son-in-law Darrin.
- Fiamma - "Flame." This Italian word carries the same connotations as "flame" in English, meaning either a (literal) fire or a (figurative) lover.
- Freya – It means “Noble lady.” One of the most revered of the Norse deities.
- Gwydion – The master magician and trickster of Welsh lore. This has the meaning of “born of trees.” Famous bearers include American witch and bard Gwydion Pendderwen.
- Gaia – This is the personification of Earth, and one of the Greek primordial gods.
- Glinda – “Fair” or “good.” The Good Witch of the South in the Oz novels of L. Frank Baum
- Hecate – Crossroads-dwelling goddess of witchcraft. Her name may mean either “power” or “far-reaching.” The Greek spelling is Hekate.
- Hazel – Which is “Hazel tree.” Hazel branches are the traditional material for divining rods.
- Holly - This cheery girl's name is shared with one of the sacred trees of Celtic lore.
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- Jasmine – The name of a delicate and aromatic flower known for its mystical and aphrodisiac properties. The name is Arabic in origin.
- Jinx - Jinx is always a cute name for a cat because of its definition.
- Lamia – She is a child-devouring serpent or monster in Greek mythology. Lamia was once a Libyan queen but was cursed by Hera for her trysts with Zeus.
- Ligeia – “Shrill” or “whistling.” The name of one the Greek sirens, revived by Edgar Allan Poe in his short story by the same title.
- Lorelei – Freshwater mermaid of the Rhine River. He is a temptress who delights in the destruction of fishermen.
- Lucia – A Latin name meaning “light”. The masculine form is Lucius.
- Maeve – “Intoxicating.” An Irish warrior queen who also related to Queen Mab, faery ruler of British folklore. Variations include Mab, Maeve, Maeven.
- Marisol – The beautiful name in Spanish means “sea and sun.”
- Merlin – Legendary sorcerer of Old Britain.
- Morpheus – That means “Shaper.” Greek god of sleep and dreams.
- Neve – It is known as “Bright.” An Anglicized version of the Irish name Niamh.
- Nissa – It is a Scandinavian name for a brownie, sprite, or friendly elf.
- Orion – This is a prominent constellation named for the hunter from Greek mythology.
- Peregrine – “Traveler, foreigner, pilgrim.”
- Phoenix – Which is known as the mythical bird that would incinerate itself every 500 years (by most accounts), then rise from the ashes.
- Pythia – This is one of the traditional titles of the Oracle of Delphi. The Pythia was originally a monster defeated by Apollo.
- Rosemary – The meaning of “Dew of the sea.” This name refers to the small blue flowers that appear on Rosemary bushes.
- Rowena – A Germanic name, possibly derived from the words for “fame” and “joy.” Another name revitalized by the Harry Potter series.
- Sabrina – This is Latin place-name meaning “from Cyprus” or “from the river Severn.” This is also the name of teenage witch of comics and television.
- Sage – This means“Wise redeemer.” This is also a widely-used herb in witchcraft.
- Samantha – In Hebrew it means something like, “God heard” or “told by God.” In Greek, it may mean “flower.”
- Sedona – A town in Arizona famed for its energy vortexes, now a thriving New Age community.
- Shadow – A spirit, ghost, or illusion.
- Sirena – the same meaning as “Mermaid.”
- Tanith – Phoenician moon goddess whose name means "serpent lady."
- Tara – In Irish, a rocky hill. In Sanskrit, a star.
- Titania – The meaning of “Great one.” This is also the queen of the fairies in Shakespeare’s A Midsummer Night’s Dream.
- Vernon – “Alder tree.”
- Vesta – Roman heart goddess
- Willow – The name comes from the “Willow tree.” Willow is a popular witch character in the TV series Buffy the Vampire Slayer.
- Zephyr – “West wind.”
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