Wat

Wat meaning and origin

Gender: Boy
Origin: Germanic
Usage: English and Hindi
Meaning: Hurdle and People of Power or Army of Power
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Used notably in English and Hindi, Wat is rooted from Germanic and is given to boys, Wat means "Hurdle or People of Power or Army of Power". Wat is a shortened form of Walter. Walter is German equivalent of Walther. Walter is originated from Germanic and Old High German languages, Walter means "To Govern and Loved, People of Power and Reign".

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Popularity of Wat

Wat is a popular baby name in Thailand where every 1 in 7000 have the name. At least, 10000 people globally have carried Wat as their given name according to our research.

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You are dominant and leadership comes out naturally for you. You want to achieve a great success and accomplish your dreams in order to prove yourself you can do it. You are all about independence, and like to have your own possessions because you like to enjoy luxury but not at any prize. You are efficient, dynamic, and always look at the big picture instead of collecting the small pieces and wonder where they fit.

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Namesakes of Wat

    Wat Ngong, Chinese Protestant convert, evangelist
  • Wat Tyler, leader of the 1381 Peasants' Revolt in England

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