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Name Meaning Origin Popularity Other Gender
Wiley

From the tricky river

English

Will

Strong-willed Warrior

English

Willamena

Feminine form of William

American

Willemijn

Will helmet

Dutch

Wilmet

Diminutive form of William

English

Wind

Moving Air

American

Winda

Hunter

African

Winema

Chief

Native American

Wing

Glory

Chinese

Winka

People of Chile

Scandinavian

Winta

Desire

African

Winterlynn

Pretty Winter

American

Wisconsin

Gathering of Waters

French

Withypoll

Twig head

English

Woape

Hope

Native American

Woksapiwi

Harvest Moon

Native American

Wowashi

Worker

Native American

Wozhupiwi

Spring Moon

Native American

Wryeton

Variant of Righton

Unknown

Wuti

Woman (Hopi)

Native American

Wyeth

From Land by the Willow Tree

English

Wylie

From the tricky river

English

Wynda

From the narrow passage

Scottish

Wyoming

Mountains and Valleys

Native American

Wannetta

A variant spelling of Wannette.

Wannette

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

Wendelin

“The wanderer,” from the Anglo-Saxon wendan, to go, to turn, etc.

Anglo-Saxon

Wesla

“The girl from the west meadow,” in allusion to a place in old England.

Wilhelma

A variant form of Wilhelmina.

Wilimena

A variant form of Wilhelmina.

Willabel

A variant spelling of Willabelle.

Willona

A variant form of Wilone.

Wilmena

A variant form of Wilhelmina.

Wilmett

A diminutive form of Wilhelmina.

Wyna

A variant form of Wynne.

Wynnette

A diminutive form of Wynne.