Waddell Bitterness Rebelliousness Form of Molly From Mary The Perfect One Female Version of Paul Little Small
Wade Origin: Old English To Go Ford Moving From the River Crossing River Ford
Waldemar Rule Famous Ruler Old High German origin, meaning: famous rulers. Known as name of Danish kings.
Walden From the Wooden Valley Powerful Abbreviation of Oswald Child of the Forest Valley
Waldo Ruler Powerful Abbreviation of Divine Power God's Power
Waldon From the Welshman's Hill
Waleed Newborn Child Father
Wali Sword Friend Polished Chief Hairless Conquering Noble Friend Women of Rome Victor Conqueror Protector Governor Lord Friend of God Guardian
Walid Newborn From the Wooden Valley Powerful Abbreviation of Oswald Child of the Forest Valley Arabic name, meaning: the newborn son.
Walker Origin: Old English Fuller Cloth Washer One who Thickens Cloth Occupational Name Cloth-walker Roll
Wallace Origin: Old French Welshman Stranger Foreign Celtic From Wales
Wallie Welshman From Wales
Wallis Stranger Welshman Foreign Celtic From Wales
Wally Ruler of the Army Welshman Variant of Walter Rules People of Power Army Ruler From Wales Short form of Valerie (meaning: the Strong, Strong, inspired by an ancient Roman sex) and Walburg (meaning composition of "reign" and "protection").
Walt Army Ruler Variant of Walter Rules People of Power Short form of names with "forest" (meaning: rule) English short form of Walter (meaning composition of "reign" and "Army"). Namesakes: Walt Disney, American animated film producer.
Walter Ruler Of The Army People of Power Powerful Warrior Commander of the Army Old High German origin, also English name, meaning composition of "reign" and "Army". In Germany, for over 1000 years spread, now rare. Namesakes: Walther von der Vogelweide, Middle High German poet.
Walton Stream Town Walled From the Welshman's Farm From the Walled Town Variant of Walter Rules Spring Settlement
Wanya Strong Courageous Healthy
Ward Origin: Arabic Guard Bard Surname Guardian Watchman
Wardell Watch Hill Watchman's Hill Wear Valley
Warner Army Guard Protecting Army Defending Warrior
Warren Origin: Old French Watchman Park Warden Loyal Game Park
Warrick Fortress From the Buildings Near the Weir Leader who Defends
Waseem Origin: Arabic HonestHandsome
Wash Farmer Free Man Strong and Masculine Man Form of Charles
Washington Town Belonging To Wassa's People Settlement Associated with Wassa Town Near Water Clever Man's Settlement Wassa's Settlement
Watson Son of Walter
Waverly From the Brushwood Field Meadow of Quivering Aspens Aspen-tree Meadow Quaking Aspen
Wayde From the Quaking Aspen Tree Meadow Medieval Given Name from Scandinavian Mythology Water Crossing
Waylan Variant of Wayland From the Land by the Path Modern Singer Waylon Jennings
Wayland Origin: Old High German War-land Brave Fight From the Land by the Highway The Mythological Scandinavian Wayland was a Blacksmith with Supernatural Powers War Territory Battlefield
Waylen Variant of Wayland From the Land by the Path
Waylon Origin: Old High German War Land Variant of Wayland From the Land by the Path The Mythological Scandinavian Wayland was a Blacksmith with Supernatural Powers Modern Singer Waylon Jennings Fight
Wayman Ruler Powerful Abbreviation of Divine Power God's Power
Waymon Twin Form of Thomas
Waymond Watchman's Hill Wear Valley
Wayne Wagon Maker Wagon Builder Cartwright English name, meaning: car (handlebars), originally a family name.
Weldon Hill Near A Spring From the Spring Hill Hill Near the Well
Welford From the Spring by the Ford Ford Near the Well
Wellington From the Wealthy Estate Place Name
Wells Springs From the Wells From the Spring
Welton From the Spring Farm Town Near the Well
Wendall Traveler Wanderer
Wendel A Wend Wanderer Short form of names with "spiral" (meaning similar to the tribal name of the Vandals).
Wendelin From the Spring by the Ford Ford Near the Well Short form of names with "spiral" (meaning similar to the tribal name of the Vandals).
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