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Name Meaning Origin Popularity Other Gender
Wilmot

Will helmet, protection

German

Willi

Will helmet, protection

German

Wilmott

Will helmet, protection

German

William

A willing protector

German

Williams

Will helmet, protection

German

Williamson

Will helmet, protection

German

Willian
Wilse

Welsh

Willie

English

Wilson

Son of William

English

Wilt
Wilton

Well settlement

English

Wim

Will helmet, protection

German

Willis

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

English

Win

Elf or magical being, friend; joyful stone

English

Williss

English

Williston

English

Willkes

English

Wincenty

Prevailing

Latin

Willkie

Will helmet, protection

German

Winchester

Walled city

English

Willkins

Son of little Will

English

Windham

Wyman's hamlet; hamlet near the winding way

English

Willkinson

Son of little Will

English

Windom

Wyman's hamlet; hamlet near the winding way

English

Windsor

Riverbank with a winch

English

Willmar

Strong desire

German

Willmer

Strong desire

German

Wine
Willoughbey

Willow farm

English

Willoughbie

Willow farm

English

Winfield

Friend's field

English

Willoughby

Willow farm

English

Winford
Winfred

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

Wills

Will helmet, protection

German

Willson

Will helmet, protection; son of William

German

Wingate

Winding gate

English

Willughby

Willow farm

English

Willy

Will helmet, protection

German

Wilmar

Strong desire

German

Winn

Joyful stone; friend

English

Winnfield

Friend's field

English

Winnie
Winslow

Friend's hill

English

Winsor

Riverbank with a winch

English

Winstead

Friend's farm

English

Winsted

Friend's farm

English

Winsten

Joyful stone

English

Winston

Joyful stone

English