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Name Meaning Origin Popularity Other Gender
William

A willing protector

German

Walter

Commander of the army

German

Willie

English

Wayne

Wagon builder or driver

English

Wesley

Western meadow

English

Warren

Game preserve

English

Wyatt

Brave in battle

English

Wallace

Welshman

French

Willard

Strong desire

English

Wade

To ford

English

Wilbur

Bright will

German

Wendell

Wanderer

German

Weston

West town

English

Willis

“The son of Will(iam ),” based on Will (diminutive of William) and is (his).

English

Wilson

Son of William

English

Wilbert

Bright will

German

Woodrow

Row of houses by the wood

English

Will

Desiring peace; will helmet, protection

German

Waylon

Land by the road

English

Wilfred

Desiring peace

English

Winston

Joyful stone

English

Walker

Fuller of cloth

English

Wiley

Crafty

English

Wilmer

Strong desire

German

Weldon

Well-hill

English

Ward

Watchman

English

Wilfredo

Desiring peace

English

Wilburn

Bright will

German

Winfred

“A friend of peace,” based on the Anglo-Saxon wine (friend) and frithu (peace).

Wilford

Willow-ford

English

Wilton

Well settlement

English

Westley

Western meadow

English

Westin

Western town

English

Wilber

Bright will

German

Warner

Army guard

German

Whitney

White island

English

Winford
Williams

Will helmet, protection

German

Wilder

Hunter

German

Wes

Western meadow

English

Waldo

Rule

German

Walton

Walled town

English

Wally

A diminutive form of Wallace.

Wardell

Watchman's hill

English

Watson

Son of Walter

English

Werner

Army defender

German

Wylie

Clever, crafty

English

Winfield

Friend's field

English

Woody
Willy

Will helmet, protection

German