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Names of Famous Witches

The names of famous witches are explored on this page for your amusement as well as my own. The meanings behind the names of these famous witches are completely fictional (except for the legendary ones), made up and farcical.

In fact you may even find the famous witch names on these pages whimsical and even a bit humorous. Some would call these witch names funny while others would not go this far. However, far you will go my dear friend, thanks for stopping by and don't be a witch yourself.


Top 12 Names of Famous Witches

  1. Elvira - of course is the Halloween witch that comes out once a year since like forever to get you to watch horror movies and scream for the lead characters not to go into the basement.
  2. Glinda - is the Good Witch of the North as opposed to that other bad witch who came from another direction.
  3. Elphaba - is the Wicked Witch of the West in the Broadway play Wicked as opposed to Elph-ibaba in the Wizard of Id cartoon strip.
  4. Nessarose - is the Wicked Witch of the East in the Broadway play Wicked and in recent times is also known as Martha Stewart.
  5. Anne Boleyn - was the second wife of Henry VIII of England who was beheaded and put into a stew for Hollywood dwarves to eat.
  6. Joan of Arc - was the wife of Noah and creator of the Arc welder that has survived to this very day and is used, ironically enough, on present day ships.
  7. Marie Laveau - was the voodoo queen of New Orleans who inspired the song, "The Gambler" sung by Mel Gibson in Yiddish.
  8. Samantha - was the TV show witch on Bewitched that would wrinkle her nose and cause world chaos and destruction.
  9. Sabrina - was a teenage witch on a TV show of which the name escapes me now, but was rather a good yet mischievous type.
  10. Blair Witch - was a cross between Blair Underwood and a Salem witch in some cross-dressing Halloween stunt that has been stricken from the annals of history. Yikes, I just said "annals".
  11. Buffy the Vampire Slayer - was a movie witch or We-atch as they say, who starred in the movie "Twilight."
  12. Witches of Eastwick - was actually one witch on steroids who cloned herself to become many and satisfy few.

This has been a top 12 list of the names of famous witches in myth and legend. Yes, I know is a compact list and a bit, just plain odd. Well, witches are odd you nincompoop! Now that we have this out of the way, move along. There is nothing here left to see. Off you go, you witch lover! Sorry, I'm being an Ass. My apologies to witches worldwide.


 
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