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Name Meaning Derivations Origin
Waarrar River Warrar Australian Aboriginal
Waban East wind. Waben, Wabin, Wabon,
Wabyn
Native American
Wachiru Law maker’s son.   Kenyan
Waclaw Crowning glory. Wencelas Polish
Wade To
wade in the water, Dweller in the water, One who advances.
Waed, Waede, Waid, Waide,
Wayd, Wayde
English
Wadley From the meadow river
crossing; The advancer’s meadow.
Wadlea, Wadleah, Wadlee,
Wadlei, Wadleigh, Wadley, Wadli, Wadlie, Wadly
English; Old English
Wadsworth From the estate with the
wading pool; From the advancer’s estate.
Wadesworth English; Old English
Wadud Loving Wad Arabic
Wagner Maker of wagons. Waggoner, Wagnar, Wagnor,
Wagoner
Dutch, German
Wahhab Presenter, One who gives. Wahad, Wahib Arabic
Wahid Unique Wahyd Arabic
Wahkan Sacred   Lakota
Wahshee Chubby boy.   Sioux
Wahtsake Eagle   Osage
Wai Water Wae, Way Maori
Waine Wagon driver. Wain, Wane, Wayn, Wayne English
Wainwright Maker of wagons. Wain, Waine, Wainright,
Wainryght, Wayn, Wayne, Waynright, Waynryght
Old English
Waitangi Geographical – a place in
New Zealand.
  Maori
Waite Guardian, Guard,
Watchman.
Wait, Wayt, Wayte Middle English
Wajid Finder Wajyd Arabic
Wajih Extraordinary   Arabic
Wake Alert, watchful one. Waik, Waike, Wayk, Wayke Old English
Wakefield Dweller at the wet
field.
Waikfield, Waykfield Old English
Wakeley From the damp meadow. Waklea, Wakleah, Waklee,
Waklei, Wakleigh, Wakli, Waklie, Wakly
Old English
Wakeman Watcher, Guardian.   Old English
Wakil Advocate, Supporter. Wakyl Arabic
Wakiza Determined warrior. Wakyza Native American
Walaka The people’s ruler. Walakah Hawaiian
Walby From the home near the
wall.
Walbee, Walbey, Walbi,
Walbie
Old English
Walcha Sun Walchah Australian Aboriginal
Walcott From the cottage with the
walls.
Walcot Old English
Waldemar

"Weald-maer"

Powerful; Famous ruler
who is glorious.
Valdemar, Waldermar,
Waldo
Teutonic; Old English
Walden From the valley in the
forest.
Waldan, Waldin, Waldon,
Waldyn
English
Waldo A
ruler.
Waldron, Waldryn Teutonic
Waldron Ruling raven. Waldran, Waldren, Waldrin,
Waldryn
Teutonic
Walford From the Welshman’s ford.   Old English
Waleed Newborn child. Walead, Waleyd Arabic
Waleliano Strength   Hawaiian
Walena Defending. A form of
Warren, rabbit burrow.
Walenah Hawaiian
Walenty Strong, Healthy. A form
of Valentine.
  Polish, Latin
Walerian Strong, Brave. Waleryan Polish
Walfred Peaceful ruler. Walfredd, Walfrid,
Walfridd, Walfryd, Walfrydd
Teutonic
Wali Servant of Allah. Walea, Walee, Waley,
Walie
Arabic
Walid Newborn child. Walyd Arabic
Walkara Yellow Walkarah Ute
Walker Forest
walker, Thickener of cloth.
Walka, Walkah Middle English
Wallace A
stranger, Welsh.
Walach, Walice, Walise,
Wallach, Wallache (German), Wallice, Wallis (English), Wallise,
Walloch, Wallyce, Wallyse, Waloch, Walyce, Walyse, Walman, Walmen,
Walsh, Welch,  Welsh
Old English
Wallah Rain Walla Australian Aboriginal
Waller Builder of walls; Army
ruler.
Waler Old English; Old German
Wallingford From the wall near the
ford.
Walingford Welsh
Wallis Welsh, Stranger. A form
of Wallace.
Walach, Walice, Walise,
Wallach, Wallache (German), Wallice, Wallise, Walloch, Wallyce,
Wallyse, Waloch, Walyce, Walyse, Walman, Walmen, Walsh, Welch, Welsh
English
Wally Welsh. The short form of
names starting with "Wal".
Walea, Waleah, Walee,
Waleigh, Waley, Wali, Walie, Wallea, Walleah, Wallee, Walleigh, Walley,
Walli, Wallie, Wally, Waly
English
Walmond Mighty or ruling
protector.
  Teutonic
Walsh Welsh one,
Stranger.  A form of Wallace.
Walshe, Walshi, Walshie,
Walshy, Welsh
English
Walt Woods
or army general. A short form of Walter.
Walter German
Walter Powerful warrior; Army general. Bhaltair (Scottish),
Gaulter (Portuguese), Gauthier, Gualter, Gualterio (Spanish),
Gualtiero (Italian), Guathier (French), Guatier
(French), Gualtiero, Gaulterius (Latin, Dutch), Ualtar (Irish), Walt,
Walta, Waltah, Waltier, Waltir, Walther (German), Waltir (French),
Waltor, Waltyr
Teutonic
Walther Ruling Walter, Waltier (French),
Waltyer
German
Walton From the town surrounded
by walls.
Waltan, Waltn, Waltin,
Waltyn
Old English
Walwin Hawk friend. Alwin, Alwyn, Walwyn Welsh
Walworth From the Welsh one’s
farm.
Wallworth, Wallsworth,
Walsworth
Old English
Walwyn Welsh friend. Walwin Old English
Wamba Stomach Wambah Spanish
Wamblee Eagle Wamblea, Wambleah,
Wambleigh, Wambley, Wambli, Wamblie, Wambly
Lakota
Wanbi Dingo Wanbee, Wanbey, Wanbie,
Wanby
Australian Aboriginal
Waneta Charger Wanetah Sioux
Wang King Wan Chinese
Wanikiya Saviour Wanikiyah Lakota
Wapi Lucky Wapie, Wapy Native American
Warburton From the enduring castle town.   Old English
Ward Guardian Warde, Warden, Wardin,
Wardon, Wardun, Wardyn
Old English
Wardell From the hill of the
guardian.
Wardel Old English
Warden Guardian of the valley. Wardan, Wardin, Wardon,
Wardun, Wardyn
Old English
Wardley From the guardian’s meadow. Wardlea, Wardleah,
Wardlee, Wardleigh, Wardli, Wardlie, Wardly
Old English
Ware Wary; Defending. Warey Old English; Old German
Warfield From the war field, From
the field near the weir.
Warfyeld Middle English
Warford From the weir ford.   Middle English
Warick Hero of the village. Waric, Warick, Warik,
Warric, Warrick, Warrik, Warryc, Warryck, Warryk, Waryc, Waryck, Waryk
English
Waring Shelter of protection. Warin, Waryn, Waryng German
Warley From the meadow with the
weir, From the war meadow.
Warlea, Warleah, Warlee,
Warlei, Warleigh, Warli, Warlie, Warly
Middle English
Warmond True protector. Warmon, Warmondo, Warmun,
Warmund, Warmundo
Old English
Warner To
preserve, Warrior who protects.
Warnor, Wernar, Werner,
Wernher, Warren
Teutonic
Warra Water Wara, Warah, Warrah Australian Aboriginal
Warrack The banksia tree. Warrac, Warrak Australian Aboriginal
Warren To
preserve, Defending; Game reserve keeper.
Waran, Waren, Waring,
Waringer, Warran, Warrin, Warron, Warrun, Warryn, Warner
Teutonic; Middle English
Warrick Defender and hero of the
village.
  Old English
Warrie Wind Wari, Warie, Warri, Warry,
Wary
Australian Aboriginal
Warringa Sea Waringa, Waringah,
Warringah
Australian Aboriginal
Warrun Sky Warun Australian Aboriginal
Warton From the weir town; From
the war town.
Wartan, Warten, Wartin,
Wartyn
Old English; English
Warwick Fortress of the
defender’s family.
Warwic, Warwik, Warwyc,
Warwyck, Warwyk
Old English
Washburn Dweller at the flooding
brook.
Washbern, Washberne,
Washbirn, Washbirne, Washborn, Washborne, Washbourn, Washbourne,
Washburne, Washbyrn, Washbyrne
Old English
Washington From the estate of the
keen one’s family.
Washingtan, Washingten,
Washingtin, Washingtyn 
Old English
Wasi Understanding,
Comprehensive
Wasie, Wasy Arabic
Wasil Divine Wasyl Arabic
Wasim Graceful, Handsome. Wasym Arabic
Wassily Royal, Majestic, Basil
herb. A form of Basil.
Wasily, Wassyly, Wasyly Russian, Greek
Wata Powerful warrior. A form
of Walter.
Watah, Watli (Swiss) Maori
Watende Revengeful Watend Nyakusa
Waterman Works on the water. Watermen Old English
Watford From the hurdle ford. Wattford Old English
Watkins Walter’s son, Son of the
powerful warrior.
Watkin, Watky, Watkyns,
Wattkin, Wattkins, Wattkyn, Wattkyns
Old English
Watson Walter’s son, Son of the
powerful warrior.
Wattson Old English
Wattan Black Watan Arapaho
Waunakee Peace   Algonquin
Waverley From the meadow near the
wavy sea, From the windy aspen meadow.
Waverlea, Waverleah,
Waverlee, Waverleigh, Waverlie, Waverlie, Waverly
Old English
Waya Wolf Waia, Waiah, Wayah Cherokee
Wayamba Turtle Wayambah Australian Aboriginal
Wayland From the pathway land or
property.
Walan, waland, Wailan,
Wailand, Walylan, Waylan, Whalan, Whalen, Whalin, Whalon, Whalyn
Old English
Waylon From the land by the
highway.
Wailon, Wallen, Walon,
Waylan, Wayland, Waylen, Waylin, Waylyn, Weylen, Weylin, Weylon,
Weylyn
English
Wayne Wagoner, Maker of wagons. Wain, Waine, Wayn Old English
Wazire Minister Wazyr Arabic
Webb Weaver Web, Webber, Weber Old English
Weber A weaver. Webber German
Webley From the weaver’s meadow. Webblea, Webbleah,
Webblee, Webbleigh, Webbley, Webblie, Webblie, Webbly, Weblea, Webleah,
Weblee, Webleigh, Webli, Weblie, Webly
Old English
Webster Weaver Webstar Old English
Weddell From the advancer’s hill. Weddel, Wedel, Wedell Old English
Weelya Parakeet (bird). Weelyah Australian Aboriginal
Weeronga Quiet Weerongah Australian Aboriginal
Weiss White Weis, Weise, Weisse, Weys,
Weyse, Weyss, Weysse
German
Wekesa Born during harvest time. Wekeasah Kenyan
Welborne Born at the spring
stream.
Welbern, Welberne,
Welbirn, Welbirne, Welborn, Welburn, Welburne, Welbyrn, Welbyrne,
Wellbern, Wellberne, Wellbirn, Wellbirne, Wellborn, Wellborne,
Wellbourn, Wellbourne, Wellbyrn, Wellbyrne
Old English
Welby From the stream farm. Welbee, Welbey, Welbi,
Welbie
Old English
Weldon From the willow trees on
the hill near the stream.
Weldan, Welden, Weldin,
Weldyn
Old English
Welford From the ford by the
well.
Wellford Old English
Wellington From the wealthy one’s
town.
Wellinton Old English
Wells From the springs. Wels Old English
Welsh Man from Wales, Welshman.   Old English
Welton From the town near the
stream.
Welltan, Wellten, Welltin,
Wellton, Welltyn, Weltan, Welten, Weltin, Weltyn
Old English
Wemilat One who has everything.   Native American
Wemilo Everyone talks to him.   Native American
Wen Cultured; Winter   Chinese; Gypsey
Wen Hu Educated   Chinese
Wenceslaus Crowning glory. Vaacslav, Vaclav,
Veleslav, Venceslav, Waclaw, Wenceslas, Wenzel
Old Slavic
Wendell Valley
or wanderer
Wenda, Wendah, Wendel,
Wendelin, Wendil, Wendill, Wendyl, Wendyll
Teutonic
Wenlock From the lake at the holy
monastery.
Wenloc, Wenlock, Wenlok Old Welsh
Wensley From the meadow with the
wood clearing.
Wenslea, Wensleah,
Wenslee, Wensleigh, Wensli, Wenslie, Wensly
Old English
Wentworth From the white one’s
estate.
  Old English
Wenutu Clear sky.   Native American
Wenzel Knowing Wensel, Wenzil, Wenzyl Slavic
Werner Warrior who defends. Warner, Wernher Teutonic
Wes A short form of Wesley,
from the
west meadow.
West, Wess, Wesley  
Wescott From the west cottage. Wescot, Westcot, Westcott Old English
Wesh Woods   Gypsy
Wesley From the
west meadow.
Weslea, Wesleah, Weslee,
Wesleigh, Wesli, Weslie, Wesly
Old English
West Man from the west.   Old English
Westbrook From the westerly stream. Wesbrook, Wesbrooke,
Westbrook
Old English
Westby From the westerly
farmstead.
Wesbee, Wesbey, Wesbi,
Wesbie, Wesby, Westbee, Westbey, Westbi, Westbie
Old English
Westcott From the west cottage.   Old English
Westleigh From the
west meadow. A form of Wesley.
  Old English
Weston From
the west town.
Westan, Westen, Westin,
Westyn
Old English
Wetherby From the wether-sheep
farm.
Wetherbi, Wetherbie Old English
Wetherell From the wether-sheep
corner.
Wetheral, Wetherall,
Wetherel, Wetheril, Wetherill, Wetheryl, Wetheryll
Old English
Wetherley From the wether-sheep
meadow.
Wetherlea, Wetherleah,
Wetherlee, Wetherleigh, Wetherli, Wetherlie, Wetherly
Old English
Wettriki King of peace. A form of
Frederick.
Wetu (Finnish) Finnish
Weylin The wolf’s son lives near
the pool.
Weilin, Weilyn, Weylyn Celtic
Weymouth Mouth of the river. Weimoth, Weimough,
Weymoth, Weymouth
Celtic
Whalley From the meadow near the
hill.
Whalea, Whaleah, Whalee,
Whaleigh, Whaley, Whali, Whalie, Whallea, Whalleah, Whallee, Whalli,
Whallie, Whallie, Wahlly, Whaly
English
Wharton From the town on the lake
bank.
Warton Old English
Wheatley From the wheat meadow. Whatlea, Whatleah,
Whatlee, Whatleigh, Whatley, Whatli, Whatlie, Whatly, Wheatlea,
Wheatleah, Wheatlee, Wheatli, Wheatlie, Wheatly
Old English
Wheaton From the wheat town. Wheatan, Wheaten, Wheatin,
Wheatyn
Old English
Wheeler A
driver, Maker of wheels.
Wheel, Wheela, Wheelah,
Wheelar
Old English
Wherahiko Freedom   Maori
Whetu Star   Polynesian
Whistler Whistler or piper. Whistla Old English
Whitaker From the white field. Whitacker, Whitmaker,
Whittaker, Whytaker, Whyttaker
Old English
Whitby By the white house. Whitbea, Whitbee, Whitbey,
Whitbi, Whitbie
Old English
Whitcomb From the white hollow. Whitcombe, Whytcomb,
Whytcombe
Old English
White White-haired. Whyte Old English
Whitelaw From the white hill. Whitlaw, Whytlaw Old English
Whitey White-haired,
White-skinned.
Whitee, Whiti, Whitie,
Whity
English
Whitfield From the white field. Whytfield Old English
Whitford From the white ford. Whytford English
Whitley From the white meadow. Whitlea, Whitleah,
Whitlee, Whitleigh, Whitli, Whitlie, Whitly
Old English
Whitlock White lock of hair. Whitloc, Whitloch,
Whitlok, Whytloc, Whytloch, Whytlock, Whytlok
Old English
Whitman White-haired man. Whitmen, Whytman, Whytmen Old English
Whitmore From the white moor. Whitmoor, Whitmoore,
Whittemoor, Whittemoore, Whittemor, Whytmoor, Whitmoore, Whytmore,
Whyttmoor, Whyttmoore, Witmore, Witmoor, Witmoore, Wittemoor,
Wittemoore, Wittmore, Wytmoor, Wytmoore, Wytmore, Wyttmoor, Wyttmoore,
Wyttmore
Old English
Whitney From the white-haired
one’s island.
Whittney, Whytney,
Whyttney
Old English
Whittaker Dweller at the white
field.
  Old English
Wicasa Man Wicasah Dakota
Wichado Willing   Native American
Wickham From the enclosure in the
village.
Wikham, Wyckham, Wykham Old English
Wickley From the willow meadow in
the village.
Wicklea, Wickleah,
Wicklee, Wickleigh, Wickli, Wicklie, Wickly, Wycklea, Wyckleah,
Wycklee, Wyckleigh, Wyckley, Wyckli, Wycklie, Wyckly, Wyklea, Wykleah,
Wyklee, Wykleigh, Wyklwy, Wykli, Wyklie, Wykly
Old English
Wid / Wido Wide Wid, Wyd, Wydo English
Wies Warrior who is famous. Wiess, Wyes, Wyess German
Wikoli Victory. A form of
Victor.
  Hawaiian
Wiktor Victory Victor, Wyctor Polish
Wilanu To pour water onto flour. Wylanu Moquelumnan
Wilbert Brilliant Wilbirt, Wilburt, Wilbyrt,
Wylbery, Wylbirt, Wylburt, Wylbyrt
German
Wilbraham Wilful father of the
multitude.  A combination of William and Abraham.
Abraham, Wylbraham English
Wilbur Resolute brilliant one;
From the firm fortress.
Gilbert, Wilber, Wilburn,
Wilburne, Wilburt, Willber, Willbur, Wilver, Wylber, Wylbur, Wylbyr,
Wyllber, Wyllbir, Wyllbyr
Teutonic; Old English
Wilder From the wilderness. Wild, Wilde, Wyld, Wylde English
Wildon From the hill in the
woods.
Wildan, Wilden, Wildin,
Wildyn, Willdan, Willden, Willdin, Willdon, Willdyn, Wyldan, Wylden,
Wyldin, Wyldon, Wyldyn, Wylldan, Wyllden, Wylldin, Wylldon, Wylldyn
English
Wile Wilful. A form of Willy
or William.
Wilea, Wileah, Wilee,
Wileigh, Wiley, Wili, Wilie, Wily, Wylea, Wyleah, Wylee, Wyleigh,
Wyley, Wylli, Wylie, Wyly, William
Hawaiian
Wiley Of the meadows. From the willows in
the meadow.
Wile (Hawaiian), Wilea, Wileah, Wilee,
Wileigh, Wili, Wilie, Wily, Wylea, Wyleah, Wylee, Wyleigh, Wyley, Wyli,
Wylie, Wyly
English
Wilford From the willow-tree river crossing. Willford, Wylford, Wyllford Old English
Wilfred Peaceful. Desired place. Wilfredo (Spanish), Willfredo,
Wilfried, Wilfrid, Wilfryd, Willfred, Willfrid, Willfryd
Teutonic
Wilhelm Determined, Wilful guardian.  Wilhelmus, Willem, Wylhelm, Wyllhelm German
Wilkins William’s son, Son of the wilful one. Wilken, Wilkens, Wilkes, Wilkie,
Wilkin, Wilikes, Wilikins, Wylkin, Wylkins, Wylkyn, Wylkyns
English
Wilkinson Little William’s son. Son of the
wilful one.
Wilkenson, Wylkenson, Wylkinson,
Wylkynson
English
Will Wilful. A short form of names
starting with ‘Wil’
Wil, Wyl, Wyll Old English
Willard Resolute. Brave Wilard, Wylard, Wyllard Teutonic, Old English
Willem Desire to protect, Wilful See William Old English
William Desire to protect, Wilful Guillaume (French), Guglielmo
(Italian), Guillermo (Spanish), Vasyl, Vilhelm (German), Viliam
(Czech), Viljo (Finnish), Ville (Swedish), Welfel, Wilek, Willem,
Wiliama (Hawaiian), Wiliame, Willaim, Willam, Willeam, Willem
(German), Williams, Wim (Dutch), Wyliam, Wyliams, Wylliam, Wylliams,
Wyllyam, Wyllyams, Wylyam, Wylyams, Uileam (Scottish), Uilliam (Irish)
Teutonic
Williams William’s son, Son of the wilful one. Wiliamson, Williamson, Wyliamson,
Wylliamson
English
Williamson William’s son, Son of the wilful one.   English
Willis Son of William, Son of the wilful
one.
Wilis, Williss, Wilsen, Wilson, Wylis,
Wyliss, Wylys, Wylyss
English
Willoughby From the willows by the farm. Willobee, Willobey, Willowbee,
Willowbey, Willowbie, Willowby, Wyllowbee, Wyllobey, Wyllobi, Wyllobie,
Wylloby, Wylobee, Wylobey, Wylobi, Wylobie, Wyloby
Old English
Willy Wilful.  A short form of names
starting with "Wil".
Wilea, Wileah, Wilee, Wileigh, Wiley,
Wili, Wilie, Willea, Willeah, Willee, Willeigh, Willey, Willi, Willie,
Wily, Wylea, Wyleah, Wylee, Wyleigh, Wyley, Wyli, Wylie, Wyll, Wyllea,
Wylleah, Wyllee, Wylley, Wylleigh, Wylli, Wyllie, Wylly, Wyly
English
Wilmer Famous Wylmer Teutonic
Wilmot From William’s moat; Resolute. Wilmott, Wylmot, Wylmott English; Old German
Wilny Flying, singing eagle. Wilni, Wilnie, Wylni, Wylnie, Wylny Native American
Wilson Son of William, Son of the wilful
one.
Willsan, Willsen, Willsin, Willson,
Willsyn, Silsan, Wilsen, Wilsin, Silsyn, Wyllsan, Wyllsen, Wyllsin,
Wyllson, Wyllsyn, Wylsan, Wylsyn, Willis
Old English
Wilstan From the wolf stone. Wilsten, Wilstin, Wilstyn, Wylstan,
Wylsten, Wylstin, Wylstyn
Teutonic
Wilton From Will’s town, From the spring town. Willtan, Willten, Willtin, Willton,
Willtown, Willtyn, Wiltan, Wilten,, Wiltin, Wiltown, Wiltyn, Wylltan,
Wyllten, Wylltin, Wyllton, Wylltyn, Wyltan, Wylten, Wyltin, Wylton,
Wytyn
Old English
Wilu Squawking chicken hawk.   Moquelumnan
Win Bright Winn, Wyn, Wynn, Wynne Cambodian
Winchell From the corner. Winchel, Wynchel, Wynchell Old English
Windell From the windy valley. Windel, Windlan, Wyndal, Wyndell English
Windham From the friendly town. Winham, Wyndham English
Windsor From the river bend, Boundary bank. Windsar, Windser, Wyndsar, Wyndser,
Wyndsor
Old English
Winfield From the friend’s field. Wynfield Old English
Winfred Friend of peace. Winfrid, Winfredd, Winfrid, Winfryd,
Wynfredd, Wynfrid, Wynfryd
Old English
Wing Glorious   Chinese
Wingate Divine protector. Wyngate Old English
Wingi Willing Wing, Wingie, Wingy, Wyng, Wyngi,
Wyngie, Wyngy
Native American
Winslow From the hill of the friend. Winslowe, Wynslow, Wynslowe Old English
Winston Victory town, From the friend’s estat
or town.
Winstan, Winsten, Winstin, Winstyn,
Wynstan, Wynsten, Wynstin, Wynston, Wynstyn
Old English
Winter Born at winter time. Winterford, Winters, Wynter, Wynters Old English
Winthrop Victory at the crossroads, Dweller at
the friend’s estate.
Wynthrop Old English
Winward From the friend and guardian’s
forest.
Wynward Old English
Wirake Friend Wirak Australian Aboriginal
Wiremu Wilful. A form of William. Wir, Wire, Mu Polynesian
Wirrin Tea tree. Wirin, Wiryn Australian Aboriginal
Wish Wished-for child. Wishe, Wysh English
Wistan Wise stone. Wystan Teutonic
Wit Life Witt, Wyt, Wytt Polish
Witek Victory. A form of Victor. Wytek Polish
Witha Handsome Wytha Arabic
Witt Wise, Funny. Wit, Wyt, Wytt Old English
Witter Wise warrior. Whiter, Whitter, Whyter, Whytter,
Wytter
Old English
Witton From the wise one’s town. Whiton, Whyton, Whyton, Whytton Old English
Wladislav Powerful glory. Wladyslaw (Polish) Slavic
Wijciech Battle soldier.   Slavic
Wolcott From Wolf’s cottage.   Old English
Wolder Ruler   Dutch
Wolf Wolf Wolff, Woolf German, English
Wolfe Wolf   Old English
Wolfgang Path of a wolf, Leader of the Wolf
pack.
Wolfgans Teutonic
Wolfram Wolf raven. Wolfrem German
Wollowra Eagle Wolloarah Australian Aboriginal
Wood Of the woods Woods, Woody English
Woodfield From the field in the forest. Woodfyeld English
Woodford From the ford in the forest. Woodforde English
Woodley From the forest meadow. Woodlea, Woodleah, Woodlee, Woodleigh,
Woodli, Woodlie, Woodly
English
Woodrow Path through the
woods, From the forest passage, Dweller at the hedge by the forest.
Woodroe Old English
Woodruff Ranger from the forest. Woodruf Old English
Woods Of the woods Wood, Woody English
Woodson Woody’s son, Son of the one from the
forest.
Woodsan, Woodsen, Woodsin, Woodsyn English
Woodville From the town on the edge of the
forest.
Woodvil, Woodvill, Woddvyl, Woodvyll,
Woodvylle
English
Woodward Guardian of the forest. Woodard Old English
Woody Of the woods Wood, Woodi, Woodie, Woods English
Woolsey Victorious wolf, Wool. Woolsee, Woolsi, Woolsie, Woolsy Old English
Worchester From the army camp in the forest. Worchestar Old English
Worden Warden, guardian   English
Wordsworth From the wolf guardian’s farm. Wordworth Old English
Worippa Storm bird. Woripa, Worypa, Woryppa Australian Aboriginal
Worle Born on market day. Worl Ibo
Worrell Dweller at the true one’s manor. Worel, Worell, Woril, Worill, Worrel,
Worril, Worryl
Old English
Worth From the farmstead.   Old English
Worthy From the enclosure. Worthi, Worthie English
Worton Dweller at the vegetable enclosure. Wortan, Worten, Wortin, Wortyn Old English
Wouter Powerful warrior.   German
Wray Accuser, Crooked; Property on a
corner.
Wrae, Wrai English; Old Norse
Wren Ruler; The wren bird. Ren Welsh; Old English
Wright Worker Right, Ryght, Wryght Old English
Wriston From the twon near the shrubs. Riston, Ryston, Wryston English
Writer Writer Wryte, Wryter Old English
Wulfram Wolf raven. Wolfram, Wolfran, Wulfran Teutonic
Wulfric Wolf rule.   Old English
Wulfstan Wolf stone.   Old English
Wuliton Doing well. Wulitan, Wuliten, Wulitin, Wulityn Native American
Wullun Sky blue. Wulun Australian Aboriginal
Wunand God is good. Wunan Native American
Wundurra Warrior Wundura Australian Aboriginal
Wyan First born.   Indonesian, Balinese
Wyatt Guy’s son, Son of a forest guide;
Little warrior; Wide.
Whiat, Whyatt, Wiat, Wiatt, Wyat,
Wyatte, Wye, Wyeth
Middle English; French; American
Wybert Bright one in battle. Wibert, Wibirt, Wiburt, Wibyrt,
Wybirt, Wyburt, Wybyrt
English
Wyborn War bear. Wibjorn, Wiborn, Wybjorn Old Norse
Wyck From the village. Wic, Wick, Wik, Wyc, Wyk Scandinavian
Wycliff From the village near the cliff. Wiclif, Wicliff, Wicliffe, Wyche,
Wycliffe, Wyck
German
Wyman Warrior Wiman, Wimen, Waiman, Waimen, Wayman,
Waymen
English
Wymer Famous in battle.   Wimer
Wyn First born son; Friend. The masculine
form of Wynonna.
Winono Native American; English
Wyndham From the winding path enclosure. Winham Old English
Wynn White, Fair-haired. Win, Winn, Wyn, Wyne, Wynne (Welsh) English
Wystan Wisdom; Battle stone. Wistan Teutonic; Old English
Wythe Willow-tree dweller. With, Withe, Wyth Middle English