Coven

A group of thirteen or fewer witches, but never less than 3 that work together regularly in for magickal and ritualistic purposes. The word coven was first use in the sixteenth-century Scotland.

Coven

A coven or covan is a gathering of witches. The word coven remained largely unused in English until 1921 when Margaret Murray promoted the idea, now much disputed, that all witches across Europe met in groups of thirteen which they called `covens`. ==Neopaganism== In Wicca and other similar forms of modern neopagan witchcraft, such as Stregheria.....
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coven

noun an assembly of witches; usually 13 witches
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Coven

A group of witches
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Coven

A group of witches
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Coven

A tightly knit group of Wiccans who regularly worship together and generally require initiation.
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coven

basic group in which witches are said to gather. One of the chief proponents of the theory of a coven was the English Egyptologist Margaret Murray ... [2 related articles]
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coven

[n] - an assembly of witches
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