Wicca is a modern shamanic religion based on ancient pagan rituals, and can also be called witchcraft. The Wiccan beliefs are part of Neopaganism, where they fit the groups that believe in European pre-Christian beliefs, such as the Celtic religion.
The name Wicca had its origin in Old English, and its meaning represents the man who practices witchcraft. While wicce is the word in the feminine to identify the woman who has the same beliefs and practices. The term wicca in English is witchcraft, and modern witches are identified as witch and witches, wizards.
The followers of Wicca call themselves wicca and witches. But due to the prejudice related to these terms, they began to use the word "Wiccans" as well.