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Name Meaning Origin Popularity Other Gender
Wythe

From the willow tree

English

Wal

A short diminutive form of Wallace.

Walbert

“The bright ruler,” from the Germanic waldan (to rule) and beraht (bright).

German

Warton

“From the merchandising town,” i.e., from the market town, based on the Anglo-Saxon warn (merchandise) and tun (town).

Anglo-Saxon

Waters

“Son of Walter,” a short form of Wa(l)ter's son.

Weir

“(The dweller in the cottage near) the river dam,” based on the Anglo-Saxon wer, a dam in a river

Anglo-Saxon

Weland

A variant form of Wayland.

Welker

“One who gathers snails,” from the Middle English welke (a snail).

English

Wode

“Wednesday’s child,” based on the Anglo-Saxon Wodnes daeg (Woden’sday, i.e., Wednesday), in allusion to Woden, a Germanic god.

Anglo-Saxon

Wodeley

A variant form of Woodley.

Woolcot

A variant spelling of Wolcott.

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Wacey
Wael
Wah
Wahab
Wai
Waino
Waitman
Wali
Wanda
Wane
Wang
Wanya
Waqas
Waris
Warnell
Wasco
Wash
Wasil
Wassil
Warnie
Wassillie
Watie
Waver
Wavy
Wayman
Waymon
Waymond
Wenceslao
Wendelin
Wendy
Wendyl
Weslee
Wesam
Wess
Wesson
Westly
Westyn
Wetzel