I just want to say that warlock isn't something most people would use, as it means Oath Breaker. The term magic user is as Lark said, the most appropriate title. While witch (which doesn't mean to manipulate. It has its roots in old English where it came from Wise One (correct me f I got that wrong)) is a person who practices witchcraft.
Re: No Subject
By: Lark Moderator / Knowledgeable Jul 21, 2015
Post # 8
The term " Warloc k" is something found in fantasy novels and Hollywood productions but not so much in the realm of real magic. It is derived from the Old English term which meant "traitor" or "oath-breaker" and is therefore not something one would call oneself nor does it relate to magic in any way. In some magical communities it is a term given to someone who breaks their oaths to their coven or lodge.