witch-

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witch- or wych-
 
prefix
having pliant branches: witchweed
 
[Old English wice and wic; probably from Germanic wik- bend]
 
wych- or wych-
 
prefix
 
[Old English wice and wic; probably from Germanic wik- bend]

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