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50 Warlock, Wizard and Witch Names for Baby

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For a truly magical name, choose a name that once belonged to a warlock, wizard or witch. Ranging from historical witches to wizards from Harry Potter, these unique names will imbue your child with mystical wonder. To get started on your baby name search, check out these 50 warlock, wizard and witch names for baby. If you really want a magical name, use them for the first and middle names.

25 Warlock, Wizard and Witch Names for Baby Girls

1. Circe

If you want to pick a witch from mythology, Circe would be the perfect choice. In Greek myths, she was the daughter of Helios. She was a sorceress and witch who could turn men into animals. In Homer’s the Odyssey, she turned Odysseus’ crew into pigs. The name actually means bird in Greek.

2. Locasta

This name comes to us from literature. In the Wizard of Oz, she was the Good Witch of the North. She was the one who sent Dorothy to meet the Wizard.

3. Minerva

Minerva was long ago known as the Roman goddess of wisdom and invention. More recently, the name became famous as the name of a witch, professor and headmistress of Hogwarts in the Harry Potter series.



4. Rita

Rita was a humanoid with in the Power Rangers, but she was also the name of Rita Skeeter, a witch and reporter in the Harry Potter series. This name was more popular in the 1940s and 1950s, and it is said to mean pearl.

5. Margery

This is an old-fashioned name that comes from Margery Jourdemayne. The real-life Margery was a medieval witch who was well-known as Old Mother Madge. It was said that she could resurrect the dead, but she was burned at the stake after King Henry VI was almost assassinated.

6. Joan

Joan Peterson was a medieval healer who supposedly learned her powers from a squirrel and cursed a patient who did not pay her. Joan of Arc was also a medieval saint who was burned by the English for the alleged crime of witchcraft.

7. Alice

In 1324, the church tried Dame Alice Kyteler for being the head of a society of sorcerers. She actually did have a habit of having dead husbands who left her a lot of money, so many assumed that she was the first witch of Ireland. The name is said to mean noble.



8. Moll

This name appeared during the 17th century. Moll Dyer was a healer who was ultimately accused of witchcraft. She was ultimately burned at the stake.

9. Mary

Mary Poppins is well known from a children’s movie. She could fly with her umbrella and had a satchel that could hold just about everything. Many people often name their children Mary after the Virgin Mary in the Bible.

10. Laurie

Laurie Cabot was known as a leading force for popularizing witchcraft in the United States. Laurie is a diminutive form of Laurie and is said to mean bay laurel.

11. Cassandra

This is certainly an exotic sounding name. In Greek myths, Cassandra was a Trojan witch who was given the gift of prophecy from the god Apollo. As such, she has remained one of the most popular prophetesses of all time.

12. Alizon

Alizon is a name for the Pendle Witches. This group of witches included Elizabeth, Alizon and Demdike who were all mother, grandmother and child. People thought that they were healers and witches, so they were hanged in 1612.

13. Medea

In ancient Greek myths, Medea was known as an enchantress. She was said to help the leader of Argonauts, Jason, get the Golden Fleece. She ended up marrying Jason and using her magical powers to help him. In Greek, Medea means middle.

14. Jadis

Jadis is a lovely name that comes from C.S. Lewis’ the Chronicles of Narnia. It is the name of the White Witch. Most people believe that this name came from French and Persian words that meant long ago and witch.

15. Glinda

Glinda is a name that came from the book and movie, the Wizard of Oz. Written by L. Rank Baum, this book featured Glinda as the Good Witch. The name is said to mean good or fair.

16. Bessie

Bessie Dunlop is known as a Scottish psychic. In theory, she had the power to cure sick animals and children and commune with the Elphame fairies. Witch hunters ended up torturing her and interrogating her until she confessed to the crime of witchcraft. This name is a variation on the Greek name Elizabeth, which means oath of God.

17. Maleficent

Maleficent would be a terrible name for a child since it means prone to evil. It was the name of a witch in Sleeping Beauty.

18. Phoebe

Phoebe is a name that comes from old myths and legends. Long ago, it was said to mean the radiant or shining one. It was also the name of one of the witches in the Charmed television show. P

19. Margaret

Margaret Barclay was well known as a witch in the 18th century. She was said to be capable of controlling the weather, conjuring up storms and wrecking ships. This name is also said to mean pearl.

20. Gwen

Gwen Ellis is considered the first witch to be hanged for witchcraft. During her lifetime, she was known as a herbalist and healer. Like many women who lived on the edge of society, she ended up being accused of witchcraft and hanged.

21. Angela

Angela de la Barthe was well known in the 13th century as a witch. She was burned at the stake because she supposedly gave birth to a snake-wolf demon. In all likelihood, she was probably just a mentally ill woman who did not fit with the societal norms of the time. This old-fashioned name means angel.

22. Agnes

Agnes Waterhouse is also known as Mother Waterhouse. She was a famous English witch who was accused of consorting with the devil, cursing people and causing people to die through black magic. She was the first English witch to be sentenced to death by a secular court. The name is said to mean holy or pure.

23. Evanora

This is such an unusual name, but we think that it is extremely beautiful. This is a name that comes from the Wizard of Oz. Evanora is the Wicked Witch of the East in the Land of Oz. She is the one who tyrannizes the Munchkin Country. The name comes from the Hebrew word Chava, which is said to mean life.

24. Leanne

Leanne Marrama was known as the high priestess of the Raven Moon Coven. This is a well known coven that blends psychics and sorcerers. Each year, it holds the Annual Psychic Fair in Salem. The name is said to mean dweller by the wood.

25. Morgan

In the legends of King Arthur, Morgan le Fay was known as an enchantress and a powerful witch. She may have started as just a witch with the help of Merlin, but she quickly turned evil. This traditional Welsh name is said to mean circle of sea.

25 Warlock, Wizard and Witch Names for Baby Boys

1. Eliphas

Alphonse Louis Constant was also known as Eliphas Levi Zahed. During the 1800s, he used Judaism, Christianity and other belief systems to blend a mixture of Tarot, alchemy and mystical arts. This name is said to mean eager for war.

2. Gwydion

Gwydion is a lovely name that comes to us from Welsh mythology. This is the name from the Fourth Branch of Mabinogi that is used for a trickster and a magician. This name also means born of trees.

3. Radagast

This name comes to us from the Lord of the Rings. Radagast is one of the five Istari wizards that was sent to the Middle Earth. His primary concern is with the well-being of animals and plants.

4. Scott

Scott Cunningham was known for writing books on Neo-Wicca. The name means Gaelic speaker. In life, Scott promoted abstract Pagan and Wicca concepts.

5. Raymond

Raymond Buckland is often called the Father of American Wicca. He brought Gerald Gardner’s teachings on Wicca into the mainstream and created a new form that he called Seax-Wicca. Raymond has been involved in witchcraft since the 1960s. The name Raymond means guard or protector.

6. Oscar

A relatively unknown fact is that Oscar was the real name of the Wizard of Oz. While this name declined in popularity for years, it has become more popular in recent years. This name means God’s spear.

7. Ganondorf

Ganondorf is known as the Great King of Evil or the Dark Lord. This warlock is the antagonist in the Legend of Zelda. He is a powerful magician who wants the Triforce to conquer the world. The name is actually said to mean the descendant of the fair-haired man.

8. Alatar

This is a pretty name that is fairly unusual to hear. It comes from Tolkien’s Lord of the Rings. Alatar is an immortal wizard who was sent down to Middle Earth to fight Sauron. The name means after comer.

9. George

George Pickingill was a 19th century warlock who practiced folk magic. The name actually means farmer.

10. Raven

Raven Grimmassi was well known for the Stregheria. He was an elder within the Willow tradition of Witchcraft and wrote books like Old World Witchcraft: Ancient Ways for Modern Days. The raven is also a symbol of wisdom in myths from across the world.

11. Pallando

Pallando was one of the five wizards in the Lord of the Rings who was sent to Middle Earth to fight against Sauron.

12. Mark

Mark Eadicicco became popular in the New York City Pagan community. He was a part of the Laurie Cabot tradition and is known for tarot card readings. He is a psychic and a warlock. His name actually means consecrated to the god Mars.

13. Christian

Christian Day lives in Salem and is a modern warlock. He owns stores related to witchcraft and wrote the Witches Book of the Dead. Interestingly, the name Christian actually means follower of Christ.

14. Ommin

This is the name of a Sith sorcerer in Star Wars.

15. Gandalf

Gandalf is well known as a good warlock in J.R.R. Tolkien’s the Lord of the Rings and the Hobbit. He is a part of the Istar order, and his name means wand elf.

16. Gerald

Gerald Gardener helped to make Paganism and Wicca popular in the 1950s and 1960s. The name actually means ruler of the spear.

17. Atlantes

Atlantes was a powerful sorcerer in chansons de geste. He had a castle in the Pyrenees for capturing ladies.

18. Puck

Puck is a character that appears in Shakespeare’s A Midsummer Night’s Dream. In mythology, he is a demon, sprite or nature fairy.

19. Saruman

Saruman is also known as Saruman the White. He is a wizard who lived in Middle Earth. Originally, he was a part of the White Council until he studied black magic and wanted the One Ring for himself.

20. Prospero

Prospero was known as a sorcerer in Shakespeare’s the Tempest and used his magic to control other characters. His name actually means prosper.

21. Fabian

Fabian was the name of a wizard at Hogwarts in the Harry Potter Series. It was previously the name of a character in William Shakespeare’s Twelfth Night.

22. Abraham

Abraham was an Egyptian mage who was talked about in the Book of Abramelin. He taught Abraham of Worms magic.

23. Blaise

Blaise is such a pretty name, but it actually dates back for centuries. Long ago, it was the name of a Christian martyr. It was also the name of a warlock in Arthurian legend who was also the master of Merlin. This name is actually said to mean to lisp.

24. Merlin

Merlin is one of the most famous wizards of all times. He was mentioned in Arthurian legends as a sorcerer and as the mentor of the legendary King Arthur. The name is actually said to mean from the sea fortress.

25. Rincewind

Rincewind is a fictional character who shows up in the Discworld novels. He was a failed student from the Unseen University who has the spirit of a wizard.

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