Words having to do with magic and sorcery are so numerous that I could never gather them all (not that I ever exhaust a category), but here are the few that come to mind.
First: let’s distinguish real sorcery from prestidigitation, or sleight of hand. The French word for it, also used, is legerdemain. One specific kind of prestidigitation involves manipulating playing cards; magicians who do this are cardicians.
A thaumaturge is a magician.
If you put a spell on someone, you have ensorcelled him.
If that spell is one that makes him see something as it isn’t, the spell is a glamor.
Telegnosis is knowledge of the occult.
Last but not least, an oldie but goodie, a grimoire is a book of spells.
Thanks for reading!