100 Witch Names for Girls, The Ultimate List

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Everybody loves Halloween. And we mean everybody! What better way for a young girl – and even not so young girls – to get into the Halloween spirit than with a fancy witch costume? You may have already chosen the ideal dress, make-up, witch’s hat, broomstick, or wand. But what if we told you that you could take it all to the next level by adding a name that exudes spookiness and mystery to the whole picture? To help you submerge in the world of good and evil, spell books, and imagination, we have compiled a list of 100 witch names for girls.

From fictional characters to traditional sorceress names, mythological characters, good-spirited witches, or the embodiment of pure evil, we have got something for every taste! In addition, we have added some spells and famous quotes to spice things up a little bit and help you make a more powerful impact!

100 Witch Names for Girls

1. Circe (Greek Goddess of Magic)

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She was known for using a wand and magical potions to transform her enemies into animals.

2. Medea (The niece of the famous goddess Circe)

This enchantress was believed to use magic and herb lore to heal people, extend life, bring back life from the dead, but also take life.

3. Befana (Italian witch)

Similar to St. Nicholas or Santa Claus, Befana is an old woman who, according to Italian folklore, delivers gifts to children on the night of January 5th. If the kids are good, she fills their socks with presents and candy. If they are bad, she fills their socks with dark candy or coal.

4. Hecate (Mother of Darkness in Greek mythology)

Hecate ruled over the moon, darkness, and the spirit real, the Greek goddess of magic and witchcraft. She was believed to perform necromancy, use poisons, herbs, and hallucinogens, and protect people from evil spirits.

5. Lilith (The first woman in Jewish mythology)

A demonic figure, Lilith is associated with the moon, the darkness, and spirituality.

6. Jezebel (The Biblical witch)

She is portrayed as cruel and evil, famous for violently purge the prophets of Yahweh from Israel.

7. Kikimora (The female household spirit in Slavic mythology)

She makes her presence noticed with wet footprints. Kikimora is known to look after housework and chickens. If the house is not in order, she starts whistling, breaking dishes, and making noises. 

8. Ginny Greenteeth (Hag in English folklore)

Described as green-skinned and with sharp teeth and long hair, Ginny was known to pull children, elderly people into the water and then drown them.

9. Calypso (the Ogygian Nymph in Greek Mythology)

Apart from her healing powers, Calypso was also known to be able to gift immortality.

10. Grimhildr (Norse mythology)

She is a beautiful – yet evil – sorceress known to enchant people for her amusement.

11. Morgan le Fay (Fairy queen in the legends of King Arthur)

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This beautiful sorceress is associated with fertility, war, and death. She was portrayed to have the ability to shift shapes and be a powerful healer. She was, generally, benevolent.

12. Bonnie (The Vampire Diaries)

‘There’s a very probable chance you’re digging your own grave, and I’m not bothered.’

13. Agatha (WandaVision)

‘Same story, different century. There’ll always be torches and pitchforks for ladies like us.’

14. Agnes (WandaVision)

‘Am I dead? Because you are!’

15. Samantha (Bewitched)

‘I am a witch. A real house-hunting, broom-riding, cauldron-stirring witch.’

16. Sarah (Sarah Anderson – Hocus Pocus)

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‘Come, little children, I’ll take thee away, into a Land of Enchantment. Come little children, and the time’s come to play, here in my garden of magic.’

17. Deborah (Shadow of Night)

‘With a knot of one, the spell’s begun.

With a knot of two, the spell is true.

With a knot of three, the spell is free.

With a knot of four, the power is stored.

With a knot of five, the spell thrive.

With a knot of six, this spell I fix.’

18. Elphaba (Wicked)

‘I have fought fire with fire … and I ought to have done it sooner!’

19. Sabrina (Sabrina The Teenage Witch)

‘If truly I am cursed today, let the water wash the hex away. If truly I am cursed today, let the water wash the hex away.’

20. Jessica (Born Wicked)

‘We must use magic only in the rose garden. We must speak of it only in hushed voices and behind closed doors. We must never forget how dangerous it can be – nor how wicked.’

21. Glinda (The Wizard of Oz)

‘You have no power here! Begone, before somebody drops a house on you, too!’

22. Wicked Witch of the West (The Wizard of Oz)

‘Going so soon? I wouldn’t hear of it. Why my little party’s just beginning.’

23. Hilda (The Ship that Flew)

‘Magic doesn’t often happen — not once in a blue moon … I expect there isn’t another magic ship like this one in the whole world.’

24. Zelda (Chilling Adventures Of Sabrina)

‘She Annoyed Me, So I Killed Her And Buried Her In The Yard.’

25. Fiona (American Horror Story)

‘In this whole wide wicked world, the only thing you have to be afraid of is me.’

26. Maleficent (Sleeping Beauty)

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‘In ageless sleep, she finds repose. The years roll by, but a hundred years to a steadfast heart, are but a day.’

27. Aggie (Halloweentown)

‘Bubble, bubble, toil, and trouble.

28. Catherine (In the Night Garden)

‘Never put your faith in a Prince. When you require a miracle, trust in a Witch.’

29. Winifred (Hocus Pocus)

‘Dance! Dance! Dance until you die!’

30. Flora (Sleeping Beauty)

‘Arm thyself with this enchanted shield of virtue and this mighty sword of truth. For these weapons of righteousness will triumph over evil.

31. Fauna (Sleeping Beauty)

‘I can only do good, dear, to bring joy and happiness.’

32. Merryweather (Sleeping Beauty)

‘And from this slumber, you shall wake, when true love’s kiss, the spell shall break.’

33. Wendy (Witches of East End)

‘Magic is what you make of it. It can be dangerous and deadly, or it can be mystical and beautiful. It’s up to you.’

34. Jennifer (I Married A Witch)

‘’Twould be nice to have lips… lips to whisper lies… lips to kiss man and make him suffer. Father, why cannot I have lips, and eyes, and hair?’

35. Lamia (Stardust)

‘The golden burning heart of a star at peace is so much better than your frighten little heart. Even so, better than no heart at all!’

36. Yvaine (Stardust)

‘No star can shine with a broken heart.’

37. Alexandra (Eastwick)

‘You’re not even interesting enough to make me sick.’

38. Sarah (Hocus Pocus)

‘Come little children, I’ll take thee away 

 Into a land of enchantment 

Come little children, the times come to play 

Here in my garden of magic.’

39. Mary (Hocus Pocus)

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40. Allison (Hocus Pocus)

‘Well, it says to form a circle of salt to protect from zombies, witches, and old boyfriends.’

41. Hermione (Harry Potter)

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‘Locomotor Wibbly!’

42. Marnie (Halloweentown)

‘Magic is very simple; all you’ve got to do is want something and then let yourself have it.’

43. Ursula (The Little Mermaid)

‘If you want to cross the bridge, my sweet, you’ve got to pay the toll.’

44. Ravenna (Snow White And The Huntsman)

‘Lips red as blood, hair black as night, bring me your heart, my dear, dear Snow White.’

45. Bellatrix (Harry Potter)

‘Never used an Unforgivable Curse before, have you, boy? You need to mean them, Potter! You need to really want to cause pain — to enjoy it — righteous anger won’t hurt me for long — I’ll show you how it is done, shall I? I’ll give you a lesson.’

46. Sally (Practical Magic)

‘There are some things, after all, that Sally Owens knows for certain: Always throw spilled salt over your left shoulder. Keep rosemary by your garden gate. Add pepper to your mashed potatoes. Plant roses and lavender for luck. Fall in love whenever you can.’

47. Gillian (Practical Magic)

‘My blood, your blood, our blood!’

48. Willow (Buffy the Vampire Slayer)

‘Dea Pro Mihi, Audite Meus Dico… Patepacio Prodigium Pro Nos Totus!’

49. Melisandre (Game of Thrones)

‘We ask the Lord to shine his light and lead a soul out of the darkness. We beg the Lord to share his fire and light a candle that has gone out. From darkness, light. From ashes, fire. From death, life.’

50. Prue (Charmed)

‘From this moment on

Your pain is erased,

Your bad luck as well,

Enjoy your good luck [name],

You’re free from this Hell.’

51. Piper (Charmed)

‘Let the truth be told,

Let our lives unfold

So we can relive our memories,

and stop being enemies.’

52. Phoebe (Charmed)

‘Something wicked in our midst,

In human forms, these spirits dwell,

Make them animals sayth the spell.’

53. Fiona (American Horror Story ‘Coven’)

‘When witches don’t fight, we burn!’

54. Cordelia (American Horror Story ‘Coven’)

‘Cinis est anima, oriri ex igne, revertere ad me, revertere ad me! Revertere ad me! Reverter.’

55. Zoe (American Horror Story ‘Coven’)

‘Elementum recolligo huic locus. Commodo mihi vestri vox.’

56. Endora (Bewitched)

‘Sparks fly up und fire rise,

While I the air do mesmerize.

Find the one who cast the spell

and bring him to this fiery dell.’

57. Isis (Egyptian goddess of magic and healing)

Thanks to her magical powers, she was believed to govern the skies, the natural world, and even fate. 

58. Freya (Norse goddess of magic and beauty)

Freya is the Norse goddess of magic, love, beauty, war, fertility, and death. She is also the commander of the Valkyries, the gods’ female warriors.

59. Dorrie (Dorrie’s Magic)

‘Abracadabra, skittery doo!’

60. Diana (Discovery of Witches)

‘It begins with absence and desire.

It begins with blood and fear.

It begins with a discovery of witches.’

61. Meg (Meg & Mog)

‘Splish splosh 

All awash 

Wellington boots 

And macintosh.’

62. Mildred (The Worst Witch)

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‘In pond or lake or swampy bog, from this day you live as a frog.’

63. Maud (The Worst Witch)

‘Dinker do, dinker din

Just for one afternoon only

Let Miss Hubble’s toenail grow in, and in, and in!’

64. Ethel (The Worst Witch)

‘Drink this potion if you dare, for it’s sure to raise your hair!’

65. Enid (The Worst Witch)

‘Fly her up, fly her high, send her soaring through the sky!’

66. Esmeralda (The Worst Witch)

‘Leaf of oak and acorn shell, Turn this apple into a bell.’

67. Sybil (The Worst Witch)

‘Feather of an eagle,’tear of a bat, turn her back into… a cat!’

68. Indigo (The Worst Witch)

‘Tooth of fox and claw of bear, cauldron stay up in the air.’

69. Clarice (The Worst Witch)

‘Magic forces, all winds blow, kettle boil, water flow.’

70. Rowena (Supernatural)

‘Sanetur Acre Vulnus!’

71. Regina (Once Upon a Time)

‘We don’t negotiate with villains. We kick ass and protect the people we love!’

72. Evillene (The Wiz)

‘If you’re gonna be a wicked witch, and you’re good at your job, you’re gonna have to expect to rub some folks the wrong way.’

73. Jessica (Born Wicked)

‘We must use magic only in the rose garden. We must speak of it only in hushed voices and behind closed doors. We must never forget how dangerous it can be – nor how wicked.’

74. Myrtle (American Horror Story: Coven)

‘Oh, but you’re wrong. I’m more witch now than I ever was (…). Being burned at stake was an empowering experience. There are secrets in flames, and I came back with more than a few.’

75. Elzora (Eve’s Bayou)

‘I don’t need no cat bones to tell your fortune, Mozelle Batiste. You are a curse. The Black Widow. Next man that marries you is a dead man. Like the others. Always be that way.’

76. Jiji (Kiki’s Delivery Service)

‘You’d think they’d never seen a girl and a cat on a broom before.’

77. Elaine (The Love Witch)

‘Love me, love me, love me, love me!’

78. Margot (Drawing Down the Moon: Witches, Druids, Goddess-Worshippers, and Other Pagans in America)

‘If you are a woman and dare to look within yourself, you are a Witch. You make your own rules. You are free and beautiful.’

79. Claudia (A Simple Wish)

‘You are talking to the future Queen of Darkness here!’

80. Amy (Buffy the Vampire Slayer)

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‘Goddess Hecate, to you I pray, let my enemy shrivel and decay!’

81. Gwyndalin (Buffy the Vampire Slayer)

‘Be mine, the power of Myhnegon! Be free!’

82. Tara (Buffy the Vampire Slayer)

‘Dissolvo!’

83. Anya (Buffy the Vampire Slayer)

‘Bara bara humble germination.’

84. Karnilla (Marvel Comics)

‘And now… My time is at hand! Death to Asgard! Death to the All-Mother! Long live Karnilla!’

85. Thessaly (The Sandman)

‘Hebrew magic, yes.

I do it all. 

At the level I practice, magic loses most of its cultural barriers. 

And all of its limitations.’

86. Fleur (Harry Potter)

‘What do I care how ‘e looks? I am good-looking enough for both of us, I theenk!’

87. Alex (Twitches)

‘Being horrible is one of my best qualities.’

88. Camryn (Twitches)

‘Nobody messes with my family and friends and gets away with it.’

89. Miranda (Twitches)

‘The light will always find a way.’

90. Ileana (Twitches)

‘I wonder if we should have told them they’re marked for death.’

91. Empusa (Stardust)

‘Just in time, I see.  You look awful!’

92. Minerva (Harry Potter)

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‘Welcome to Hogwarts. The start-of-term banquet will begin shortly, but before you take your seats in the Great Hall, you will be Sorted into your houses.’

93. Dolores (Harry Potter)

‘Incarcerous!’

94. Emma (Every Witch Way)

‘As a monkey, you’ve got a strong will, now cooperate and just stay still!’

95. Maddie (Every Witch Way)

‘I’ll make sure I fix this battle. Make him do the doggie paddle.’

96. Dahlia (The Vampire Diaries)

‘In Unum Edito, Dominus Sae Domina. Cuplas Sino Liberos.’

97. Alyssa (The Vampire Diaries)

‘Pellis tincture.’

98. Greta ((The Vampire Diaries)

‘Namia Exum Solvos!’

99. Isabel (Bewitched)

‘Guess what? I’m a witch!’

100. Mortianna (Robin Hood: Prince of Thieves)

‘…recruit the beasts that share our god.’

We hope you found your favorite among these 100 witch names for girls. Now, share your discovery with your friends and maybe inspire a costume party!

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