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Waterwitch, water-witch, Water Witch, or variant, may refer to:
Waterwitch or Water Witch is a common name for ships. Some ships known by this name include:
- USS Water Witch (1851), a Confederate States Navy gunboat.
- HMS Waterwitch, the name of several Royal Navy vessels.
- USS Water Witch, a name given to three United States Navy ships.
- Water Witch, a British "opium clipper" barque built in Kidderpore, Calcutta during 1831.
- Water Witch, a steamer-turned-schooner on Lake Champlain launched in 1835 and wrecked in 1866.
- Water Witch (1835), a cutter owned by the Government of South Australia.
In addition, "water witch" or "water witching" can refer to:
- Waterwitch, New Jersey, an unincorporated community in Highlands, Monmouth County.
- The Water-Witch, an 1830 novel by James Fenimore Cooper
- Water Witch (novel) a novel by Connie Willis and Cynthia Felice
- Dowsing, divination to find ground water or other minerals
- Water witch (wtrw), a gene coding for a TRP channel in the fruit fly, Drosophila melanogaster
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