American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- adj. Of or relating to Wicca: the Wiccan religion; a Wiccan ritual.
- n. A believer or follower of Wicca.
GNU Webster's 1913
- adj. Of, pertaining to, or characteristic of, Wicca or its adherents.
- n. An adherent or practitioner of Wicca.
- n. a believer in Wicca
- adj. of or relating to Wicca
- Wicca + -an (Wiktionary)
“When I was in college, a lot of us liked to think we were Zen Buddhists, but weren't; and Wiccan is a pretend-religion made up by moderns for their amusement.”
“Mary, just start responding in Wiccan lingo and they can't run away fast enough ... at least from my doorstep they do!”
“In a small town in New Jersey, the Young Avenger called Wiccan goes about his way, and incidentally stops bank robbers from escaping with his powers.”
“Anyway, Valiente, who coined the Wiccan Rede in 1964 paraphrasing Gardner, was merely taking a statement from Aleister Crowley "Do what thou wilt shall be the whole of the law.”
“Bartlett is Wiccan, which is a religion associated with nature and the earth.”
“BRIAN TODD, CNN CORRESPONDENT: Wolf, it's called a Wiccan pentacle and starting this week veterans of that faith now have the option of having this controversial symbol associated with witchcraft placed on their headstones.”
“BRIAN TODD, CNN CORRESPONDENT: Wolf, it's called a Wiccan pentacle.”
“However, if you were doing something that could truly be called Wiccan, that's not what you would be doing.”
“My husband's dog tags said 'Wiccan' on them," Stewart noted.”
“News media have reported widely on this case, with headlines such as Wiccan Bias Suit Against Va.”
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