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Thurston (history, Miami U., Ohio) revises his 2001 study of European and North American witch hunts, Witch, Wicce, Mother Goose, to incorporate the great flood of literature on witches and demonology during the intervening years.
In the past, such women were sometimes condemned to bum at the stake precisely because their alleged bewitching demeanour had lured priests away from the path of virtue, in Old English a witch was called 'wicce. which is also the origin of 'wicked',
The word witch comes from the Anglo-Saxon word wicce, which means to bend or shape, and from which the modern word wicker is derived.