What is the male version of a witch?
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People also ask, what is the difference between a witch and a wizard?
Witch and wizard are both gender-neutral terms— men can be witches (yes, witches) and women can be wizards, but wizardry is a more “masculine” magical style and witchcraft is a more “feminine” one. But some men call themselves witches but the technical male equivalent is Warlock, to a Witch.
Additionally, what is the male equivalent of crone? Crone, noun Which basically means the male equivalent would be wizard
Furthermore, what is a male witch or warlock?
The most commonly accepted etymology derives warlock from the Old English wǣrloga meaning "oathbreaker" or "deceiver". In early modern Scots, the word came to be used as the male equivalent of witch (which can be male or female, but has historically been used predominantly for females).
What is a female Warlock called?
The female equivalent/counterpart of a Warlock is a Witch.