1. noun, pronounced "wee-tchaw": An Anglo-Saxon word meaning a wise or esoterically skilled person of the male gender. cf. "Wita"
2. noun, pronounced "wick-uh": A ditheistic-pantheistic religion founded in the 20th century by G. Gardner, a British civil servant, as a derivative of Freemasonry, Hermeticism, Thelema, Christianity, and Mediaeval folk magic. Has expanded as a movement to encorporate feminist theology, extra-cultural symbolic misappropriation, and other Christian apostate religious trends.
1. "Ic beo wiccan."
2. "Wicca is so cool, 'cause it's got, like, a Goddess and stuff."