Wicca vs Faith - What's the difference?

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Wicca is a hyponym of faith.

As nouns the difference between wicca and faith

is that wicca is wicca (neo-pagan religion) while faith is a feeling, conviction, or belief that something is true or real, assent that is not contingent upon reason or justification.



Proper noun

(en proper noun)
  • A neopagan religion first popularised in 1954 by British civil servant , involving the worship of God and Goddess and the observance of eight Sabbats.
  • Hyponyms

    * Eclectic Wicca, Alexandrian Wicca, Gardnerian Wicca, Odyssean Wicca, Dianic Wicca, Celtic Wicca, Faery Wicca

    Derived terms

    * Wiccan, Wiccanism, Wiccanist *Wiccanize, Wiccanizing *Wiccaphobia, wiccaphobe

    See also

    * (Wicca) * (Witchcraft)




    Alternative forms

    * feith, feithe, fayth, faythe, faithe (obsolete)


  • A feeling, conviction, or belief that something is true or real, not contingent upon reason or justification.
  • Have faith that the criminal justice system will avenge the murder.
    I have faith that my prayers will be answered.
    I have faith in the healing power of crystals.
  • A religious belief system.
  • The Christian faith .
  • An obligation of loyalty or fidelity and the observance of such an obligation.
  • He acted in good faith to restore broken diplomatic ties after defeating the incumbent.
  • A trust or confidence in the intentions or abilities of a person, object, or ideal.
  • I have faith in the goodness of my fellow man.
  • (obsolete) Credibility or truth.
  • * Mitford
  • the faith of the foregoing narrative


    * belief, confidence, trust,ignorance, arrogance, conviction * (system of religious belief) religion


    * (religious belief system) Christianity, Buddhism, Hinduism, Islam, Judaism, Wicca, Eckankar, , Zoroastrianism, New Age, Unitarian Universalism, Jainism, Shinto, LaVeyan Satanism, Scientology, Taoism, Yoruba, Druidry, paganism, Juche, Cao Dai, Confucianism, Spiritism, humanism, Rastafarianism, Tenrikyo

    Derived terms

    * Attic faith * bad faith * faithful * faithfully * faithfulness * faith-healer * faithing * faithless * in faith * Punic faith