77 Best Witch Names For Girls

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Whether you're looking for unique baby names or a fitting name for your new black cat, witchy names are an awesome new trend. 

Witches are cool! That’s witches, not warlocks (the male version of a witch). There’s a reason that a witch is the most common costume people don on the spookiest night of the year. 

Not only that, but witchcraft is having a revival in popularity.

Witchcraft has evolved from its medieval healer days into complete global brands, as modern “witches” and social media popularize various spiritual practices like the use of crystals. It can even be considered mainstream now.

Can you believe that we had the Salem witch trials where we burned countless witches at the stake and now we have teenagers declaring themselves witches on TikTok and being praised for it?! It’s crazy how societal norms can change and grow!

Books, movies, and TV shows like Harry Potter, Marvel, and Bewitched have made witchcraft and wizardry fascinating.

So why not name your little girl after a powerful creature of magic and wisdom?

Here are 77 of the best witchy names out there for your enchanting little girl!

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Famous Witches Names 

1. Maleficient

The name of the witch in the Disney film “Sleeping Beauty.”

2. Circe

According to Greek legend, Circe was the daughter of Helios, the sun god, and of the ocean nymph Perse. She was able by means of drugs and incantations to change humans into wolves, lions, and swine. 

3. Hecate

Another from Greek mythology, she was the chief goddess presiding over magic and spells. She was the one who witnessed Persephone’s abduction into the underworld and assisted in the search for her.

4. Morgan

Morgan Le Fay is attributed to being a fairy or enchantress in old Arthurian legend. One states she was the half-sister of King Arthur.

5. Nimue

Also known as The Lady of the Lake a good chunk of medieval literature and mythology is associated with the legend of King Arthur. She’s a pretty powerful enchantress.

6. Elphaba

Also known as the big bad witch in "The Wizard of Oz" as the icked witch of the West. But in "Wicked," you realize she was an incredibly gifted witch who had a rough life.

7. Glinda

Glinda also comes from "The Wizard of Oz" and "Wicked" as the good witch of the North.

8. Blair

This one comes from the "Blair Witch Project" movies. 

9. Guinevere

Comes from Arthurian legend. She was a witch and former Queen of Britain. She was also the wife of King Arthur. 

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Witch Names from Pop Culture 

10. Agatha

Agatha Harkness is a powerful witch portrayed in comic books and the new Disney+ series “WandaVision.” She is typically portrayed as a sinister heroine and a teacher of younger witches like Wanda Maximoff. 

11. Wanda 

Wanda, also known as the Scarlet witch, is a Marvel comics creation. She is said to be the strongest Avenger within the films and comics.

12. Endora 

Endora is the mother witch in the television series “Bewitched.”

13. Jadis 

The White Witch from “The Chronicles of Narnia.”

14. Sabrina 

The main character of the television series “Sabrina the Teenage Witch.”

15. Zelda 

Zelda is the middle child of 3 sisters and the aunt of Sabrina in “Sabrina the Teenage Witch.”

16. Hilda 

Hilda is Zelda’s younger sister and an aunt of Sabrina in “Sabrina the Teenage Witch.” 

17. Alexandra 

Alexandra became popular as a witch name when it was used in the Novel “The Witches of Eastwick” which was soon adapted into a movie.

18. Sukie 

Sukie is also a witch living in a picturesque town in “The Witches of Eastwick.”

19. Jane

Jane is another woman “The Witches of Eastwick” with a gift.

20. Winifred 

Winifred is the leader of the witchy group from the iconic Halloween movie “Hocus Pocus.”

21. Sarah 

Sarah Sanderson is the witch from “Hocus Pocus” who was depicted as the “dumb blond” stereotype.

22. Mary 

Mary is the third witch that makes up the Sanderson sisters in the fantastical movie “Hocus Pocus.”

23. Hermione 

Hermione is the smart and brightest witch of her age in the “Harry Potter” series.

24. Luna 

Luna is the slightly crazy yet very deeply centered witch from “Harry Potter.”

25. Bellatrix 

Bellatrix was a dark witch in the Harry Potter series who was Draco’s aunt and basically the right-hand woman of The Dark Lord. 

26. Narcissa 

Narcissa was the mother of Draco in the “Harry Potter” series. This witch puts her family above all.

27. Ursula 

Ursula was the sea witch in Disney’s “The Little Mermaid.” She had a bop of a song, though.

28. Marnie 

Marnie is such a cool name for a young girl. She’s from the Disney Channel Original Movie “Halloweentown.”

29. Aggie

Aggie is the grandmother of Marnie in the spectacular movie “Halloweentown.” She’s a bit looney at times, but aren’t we all?

30. Ravenna 

Ravenna is the Evil Queen from the german fairytale Snow White. She’s powerful and callous.

31. Fiona 

Fiona comes from “American Horror Story: Coven.”

32. Queenie 

Queenie comes not only from “American Horror Story: Coven” but also the “Fantsastic Beasts” franchise.

33. Willow 

WIllow is a great witch name for a girl and comes from “Buffy the Vampire Slayer.”

34. Prue 

Pure was the oldest sister from the CW show “Charmed.”

35. Piper

Piper was the middle child from “Charmed.”

36. Phoebe

Phoebe was the youngest sister from “Charmed” (until they find out they have a half-sister).

37. Rochelle 

Rochelle is one of the original members of Nancy's coven in the 1996 film “The Craft.” She is witty and semi-confident in herself.

38. Zelena 

In the popular TV series “Once Upon A Time,” the wicked witch makes an appearance and is renamed Zelena. 

39. Paige 

Paige is the long-lost half-sister of the 3 sisters of “Charmed.”

40. Samantha 

Samantha is the protagonist in the show “Bewitched.” She tries to hide her powers and be a normal housewife but she still leans on them every now and then.

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Names Meaning Witch

41. Bruha 

Means “witch” in Filipino.

42. Bruixa 

Means “witch” in Catalan.

43. Cadi 

Means “witch” in Turkish.

44. Hexe 

Means “witch” in German.

45. Magissa 

Means “witch” in Greek.

46. Noita 

Means “witch” in Finnish.

47. Sahira 

Means “witch” in Arabic.

48. Sorciere 

Means “witch” in French.

49. Sorgina 

Means “witch” in Basque, the language of people who live in both Spain and France.

50. Strega 

Means “witch” in Italian.

51. Vedma 

Means “witch” in Russian.

52. Witika 

Means “witch” in Hawaiian.

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Real Life Witch Names 

53. Agnes 

Agnes Sampson was a Scottish healer accused of witchcraft who was killed.

54. Alse 

Alse Young was the first American executed for witchcraft.

55. Bridget 

Bridget Bishop was the first accused witch put to death in Salem, Massachusetts.

56. Endor 

The name of the Biblical town where the witch King Saul summoned was from.

57. Grace 

Grace Sherwood was a famous accused witch in Virginia.

58. Malin 

Malin Matsdotter was one of the last accused witches killed in the Swedish witch hunt also known as The Great Noise of 1668-1676.

59. Merga

Merga Bien was a famous German accused witch.

60. Tituba 

Tituba was an enslaved woman who admitted to being a witch in Salem, Massachusetts.

61. Laurie 

Laurie Cabot is the official witch of Salem who opened the town's first witch shop in 1970 and helped to make Salem a tourist destination.

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Wiccan and Pagan Names

62. Ankh

Ankh is a symbol many Wiccan and pagan members use.

63. Aura

Aura is a spiritual globe of energy each person gives off. It’s a popular belief among the Wiccan/pagan culture.

64. Cairne

Carine is a play on the word Carin which is a mound of rocks or stones used as memorials or landmarks. It can be used for worship.

65. Dittany

Dittany is a therapeutic and aromatic plant that grows wild only on the mountainsides and gorges of the Greek island of Crete. In pop fiction, it is used in Harry Potter as a powerful healing herb and restorative used in potion-making.

66. Fae

Fae is the term used to describe the fairy folk whom many Wiccans work alongside.

67. Ley

Ley comes from Ley Lines which are lines across the earth, like latitudinal and longitudinal lines, but these lines carry supernatural energy. Where these lines intersect, there are pockets of concentrated energy that can be harnessed by certain individuals. 

68. Litha

Litha is a pagan holiday celebrating the beginning of summer. It’s known as Midsommer and occurs on the summer solstice.

69. Magick

Magick is a term in regards to Aleister Crowley's Thelema which is used to differentiate performative magic and, "the Science and Art of causing Change to occur in conformity with Will." It includes mundane acts of will and ritual magic.

70. Moon

The pretty obvious one here, named after the moon which holds power.

71. Myst

A word commonly associated with Wiccan culture.

72. Rain

Many Wiccans rely on natural elements for their magic including rain.

73. Raven

A Raven symbolizes protection, initiation, and healing to pagans.

74. Star

Star can come from the pentagram that is commonly associated with Wiccans and Pagan culture.

75. Vale

Vale could come from the last name of a popular Wicca and Pagan community member, Nixxie Vale, who published The book “Wicca: Charms, Potions, and Lore”

79. Nixxie

As said above, but named after her first name.

77. Ostara

Ostara is a pagan holiday and one of the three spring celebrations. It’s the midpoint celebration during the spring equinox. It is considered to be a time of new beginnings.

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Deauna Nunes is an assistant editor who covers pop culture and news & entertainment for YourTango. She's been published by Emerson College's literary magazine Generic. Follow her on Twitter and Instagram.