Bewitch - Vine's Expository Dictionary of New Testament Words
Bewitch[ 1,,G940, baskaino ]
primarily, to slander, to prate about anyone;" then "to bring evil on a person by feigned praise, or mislead by an evil eye, and so to charm, bewitch" (Eng., "fascinate" is connected), is used figuratively in Galatians 3:1, of leading into evil doctrine.
[ 2,,G1839, existemi ]
is rendered "bewitch" in Acts 8:9, Acts 8:11, AV, concerning Simon the sorcerer; it does not mean "to bewitch," as in the case of the preceding verb, but "to confuse, amaze" (RV). See AMAZE, B. No. 1.