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Name Meaning Origin Popularity Other Gender
Waltrina

German

Walvia

Medicine Root

Native American

Wan
Wana’ao
Wanda

The tribe of the Vandals

Slavic

Wandah

The tribe of the Vandals

Slavic

Wande

Wanderer

German

Wandella

Combination of Wanda and Ella

American

Wandie

The tribe of the Vandals

Slavic

Wandis

The tribe of the Vandals

Slavic

Wandy

The tribe of the Vandals

Slavic

Waneeta

God is gracious

Spanish

Waneta

Pale-skinned

English

Wanetta

Pale-skinned

English

Wanette

Pale-skinned

English

Wanita

God is gracious; pale-skinned

Spanish

Wann

Pale

English

Wanna

God is gracious

Spanish

Wannda

The tribe of the Vandals

Slavic

Wannetta

A variant spelling of Wannette.

Wannette

“The little brunette,” from the AngloSaxon wann, swarthy, and the diminutive suffix ette.

Wanona
Wanyecha

Firefly

Native American

Waqi

Falling

Arabic

Warda

Guardian

German

Wardah

Rose

Arabic

Wardia

Guardian

German

Wardine

Guardian

German

Warna

Fighting defender

German

Waseemah

Beautiful

Arabic

Waseme
Washakie

Sweet Smelling

Native American

Washta
Watchemonne

Great Speaker

Native American

Wattan

From the Homeland

Japanese

Wauna

Singing Snow Goose

Native American

Wava

Stranger

Slavic

Waverley

Meadow of quivering aspens

English

Waverly

Meadow of quivering aspens

English

Wavery

Combination of Wave and Avery

American

Wawa

Small Girl

Native American

Wawinges

Skillful

Native American

Wealote

Princess

Native American

Wealthy
Weayaya
Wednesday
Weeko
Wehinahpay
Wei
Welcome