starting at letter W.
Wilma meaning: Short for Wilhemina.
Wilma origin: German
Wilmar meaning: Resolute or famous.
Wilmar origin: German
Wilmer meaning: Resolute, famous.
Wilmer origin: English
Wilmet meaning: Firm defender.
Wilmet origin: Teutonic
Wilmod meaning: Resolute spirit.
Wilmod origin: German
Wilmot meaning: Resolute spirit.
Wilmot origin: German
Wilna meaning: Firm defender.
Wilna origin: Teutonic
Wilona meaning: Desired.
Wilona origin: English
Wilone meaning: Hoped for.
Wilone origin: Anglo-Saxon
Wilpert meaning: Resolute or brilliant.
Wilpert origin: German
Wilson meaning: Son of William.
Wilson origin: German
Wilton meaning: From the farm by the spring.
Wilton origin: English
Wilva meaning: Determined.
Wilva origin: Teutonic
Wim meaning: Strong helmet.
Wim origin: Teutonic
WiMor meaning: Polish form of Victor. Victory.
WiMor origin: Polish
Win meaning: Friend.
Win origin: English
Wincel meaning: From the bend in the road.
Wincel origin: English
Wincent meaning: Conqueror.
Wincent origin: Latin
Winchell meaning: Drawer of water.
Winchell origin: Anglo-Saxon
Winchester meaning: 'Henry VI, I' Thomas Beaufort, Duke of Exeter, Henry VI's great-uncle, Bishop of Winchester, cardinal in 'Henry VI, Part 2'. 'Henry VI, Part 1' John Beaufort, Earl of Somerset, later Duke. 'King Henry VIII' Gardiner, Bishop of Winchester.
Winchester origin: Shakespearean
Winda meaning: Hunter.
Winda origin: Swahili
Windell meaning: Traveler, wanderer.
Windell origin: English
Windgate meaning: From the winding gate.
Windgate origin: English
Windham meaning: From the windy viIlage.
Windham origin: English
Windsor meaning: From Windsor. Surname and place name. The house of Windsor has been the ruling family of the UK since 1917.
Windsor origin: English
Wine meaning: Friend.
Wine origin: Anglo-Saxon
Winefeld meaning: Friend of the soil.
Winefeld origin: Teutonic
Winefield meaning: From a friend's field.
Winefield origin: English
Winefred meaning: White wave. Also a variant of Winifred: Blessed reconciliation.
Winefred origin: Welsh
Winefrith meaning: Friend of peace.
Winefrith origin: English
Winema meaning: Female chief.
Winema origin: American Indian
Winetorp meaning: From Wine's estate.
Winetorp origin: English
Winfield meaning: Stone marker of friendship. Surname.
Winfield origin: English
Winfred meaning: Friend of Peace (Male).
Winfred origin: German
Winfreda meaning: Peaceful.
Winfreda origin: Teutonic
Winfrid meaning: Variant of Winfred: Peaceful friend, friend of peace.
Winfrid origin: English
Winfrith meaning: Friend of peace.
Winfrith origin: English
Winfryd meaning: Friend of peace.
Winfryd origin: Teutonic
Wingate meaning: From the winding gate.
Wingate origin: English
Winifred meaning: Friend of Peace (Female).
Winifred origin: German
Winifreda meaning: Peaceful friend.
Winifreda origin: German
Winifrid meaning: Peaceful friend.
Winifrid origin: German
Winifride meaning: Peaceful friend.
Winifride origin: German
Winn meaning: Friend.
Winn origin: English
Winnie meaning: White or fair.
Winnie origin: Celtic
Winnifred meaning: White wave. Also a variant of Winifred: Blessed reconciliation.
Winnifred origin: Welsh
Winola meaning: Gracious friend.
Winola origin: German
Winona meaning: First-born daughter.
Winona origin: American Indian
Winslow meaning: Hill of Victory.
Winslow origin: German
Winslowe meaning: From Wine's hill.
Winslowe origin: English
Winsor meaning: From Windsor.
Winsor origin: English
Winston meaning: Town of victory.
Winston origin: English
Winswode meaning: From Wine's forest.
Winswode origin: English
Wintanweorth meaning: From the white one's estate.
Wintanweorth origin: English
Winter meaning: Season.
Winter origin: American
Winthorp meaning: From Wine's estate.
Winthorp origin: English
Winthrop meaning: Friendly.
Winthrop origin: German
Winton meaning: From Wine's farm.
Winton origin: English
Winward meaning: From Wine's forest.
Winward origin: English
Winwodem meaning: From Wine's forest.
Winwodem origin: English
Winwood meaning: From Wine's forest.
Winwood origin: English
Wira meaning: White.
Wira origin: Polish
Wiraathat meaning: Variant of Wirathat: Inheritance, legacy.
Wiraathat origin: Arabic
Wirathat meaning: Inheritance, legacy.
Wirathat origin: Arabic
Wireceaster meaning: From the alder forest army camp.
Wireceaster origin: English
Wirke meaning: White.
Wirke origin: Polish
Wirt meaning: Worthy.
Wirt origin: Anglo-Saxon
Wisal meaning: Communion, love.
Wisal origin: Arabic
Wise meaning: Ardent or wise.
Wise origin: Irish
Wissian meaning: Guide.
Wissian origin: Anglo-Saxon
Wit meaning: White.
Wit origin: Dutch
Withypoll meaning: Twig head.
Withypoll origin: English
Witt meaning: Wise.
Witt origin: English
Witta meaning: Wise.
Witta origin: English
Wittahere meaning: Wise wamor.
Wittahere origin: English
Wittatun meaning: From the wise man's estate.
Wittatun origin: English
Witter meaning: Wise wamor.
Witter origin: English
Witton meaning: From the wise man's estate.
Witton origin: English
Wlader meaning: Strong fighter.
Wlader origin: Teutonic
Wmffre meaning: Welsh form of Humphrey 'friend of the Huns'.
Wmffre origin: Welsh
Wodeleah meaning: From the wooded meadow.
Wodeleah origin: English
Woden meaning: King of the Gods.
Woden origin: Anglo-Saxon
Wohehiv meaning: Dull knife (Cheyenne).
Wohehiv origin: Native American
Wokaihwokomas meaning: White antelope (Cheyenne).
Wokaihwokomas origin: Native American
Wolcott meaning: Cottage in the woods.
Wolcott origin: English
Wolf meaning: Wolf.
Wolf origin: English
Wolfcot meaning: Lives in Wolfe's cottage.
Wolfcot origin: English
Wolfe meaning: Wolf.
Wolfe origin: English
Wolfgang meaning: Path of a wolf.
Wolfgang origin: German
Wolfgar meaning: Wolf spear.
Wolfgar origin: Teutonic
Wolfram meaning: Wolf raven.
Wolfram origin: Teutonic
Wolfric meaning: Wolf ruler.
Wolfric origin: German
Wolfrick meaning: Wolf ruler.
Wolfrick origin: German
Wolfrik meaning: Wolf ruler.
Wolfrik origin: German
Wolsey meaning: 'King Henry the Eighth' Cardinal Campeius.
Wolsey origin: Shakespearean
Wood meaning: Form of Woody. See woods.
Wood origin: American
Woodley meaning: From the wooded meadow.
Woodley origin: English
Woodman meaning: Hunter.
Woodman origin: English
Woodrow meaning: The Path through the Woods.
Woodrow origin: English
Woodruff meaning: Bailiff.
Woodruff origin: English
Woods meaning: Of the woods.
Woods origin: American
Woodville meaning: 'Henry VI, Part 1' Lieutenant of the Tower.
Woodville origin: Shakespearean
Woodward meaning: Forester.
Woodward origin: English
Woody meaning: Form of Woods. Of the woods.
Woody origin: American
Woolcott meaning: Lives in Wolfe's cottage.
Woolcott origin: English
Woolsey meaning: Victorious wolf.
Woolsey origin: English
Worcester meaning: From the alder forest army camp.
Worcester origin: English
Wordah meaning: Variant of Warda: Rose.
Wordah origin: Arabic
Worden meaning: Defender or guard.
Worden origin: English
Wordsworth meaning: World guardian.
Wordsworth origin: English
Worrell meaning: From the true man's manor.
Worrell origin: English
Worth meaning: From the farm.
Worth origin: English
Worthington meaning: From the river's side.
Worthington origin: Anglo-Saxon
Worton meaning: From the vegetable farm.
Worton origin: English
Woudman meaning: Forester.
Woudman origin: Dutch
Wouter meaning: Strong fighter.
Wouter origin: Teutonic
Wray meaning: From the corner property.
Wray origin: Norse
Wregan meaning: Accuses.
Wregan origin: Anglo-Saxon
Wren meaning: Songbird.
Wren origin: English
Wright meaning: Tradesman.
Wright origin: Anglo-Saxon
Wryhta meaning: Craftsman.
Wryhta origin: English
Wselfwulf meaning: Wolf of slaughter.
Wselfwulf origin: Anglo-Saxon
Wudoweard meaning: Forester.
Wudoweard origin: English
Wuhur meaning: Protecting army.
Wuhur origin: Teutonic
Wulf meaning: Wolf.
Wulf origin: Anglo-Saxon
Wulfcot meaning: Lives in Wolfe's cottage.
Wulfcot origin: English
Wulffrith meaning: Wolf of peace.
Wulffrith origin: English
Wulfgar meaning: Wolf spear.
Wulfgar origin: Anglo-Saxon
Wulfhere meaning: Name of a king.
Wulfhere origin: Anglo-Saxon
Wulfsige meaning: Victorious wolf.
Wulfsige origin: English
Wulfweardsweorth meaning: World guardian.
Wulfweardsweorth origin: English
Wurt meaning: Worthy.
Wurt origin: Anglo-Saxon
Wuti meaning: Woman (Hopi).
Wuti origin: Native American
Wuyi meaning: Soaring turkey vulture (Miwok).
Wuyi origin: Native American
Wyanet meaning: Beautiful.
Wyanet origin: Native American
Wyatt meaning: Water.
Wyatt origin: French
Wybert meaning: Bright battle.
Wybert origin: English
Wybjorn meaning: War bear.
Wybjorn origin: Norse
Wyborn meaning: War bear.
Wyborn origin: Norse
WycIyf meaning: From the white cliff.
WycIyf origin: English
Wycliff meaning: From the white cliff.
Wycliff origin: English
WyIfrid meaning: Friend of peace.
WyIfrid origin: English
WyIltun meaning: From the farm by the spring.
WyIltun origin: English
Wylie meaning: Enchanting.
Wylie origin: Anglo-Saxon
Wyligby meaning: From the willow farm.
Wyligby origin: English
Wylingford meaning: From the willow ford.
Wylingford origin: English
Wyman meaning: Fighter.
Wyman origin: Anglo-Saxon
Wymer meaning: Famous in battle.
Wymer origin: English
Wyn meaning: Fair.
Wyn origin: Welsh
Wynchell meaning: Drawer of water.
Wynchell origin: Anglo-Saxon
Wynda meaning: From the narrow passage.
Wynda origin: Scottish
Wyndell meaning: Friend, surname.
Wyndell origin: English
Wyndham meaning: Wyman's Town. From the windy village. Famous Bearer: British writer John Wyndham (1903-1969).
Wyndham origin: English
Wyne meaning: Friend.
Wyne origin: Anglo-Saxon
Wynfield meaning: From a friend's field.
Wynfield origin: English
Wynford meaning: White stream; holy stream.
Wynford origin: English
Wynfred meaning: Friend of peace.
Wynfred origin: Teutonic
Wynfreda meaning: Peaceful.
Wynfreda origin: Teutonic
Wynfrith meaning: Friend of peace.
Wynfrith origin: English
Wynifred meaning: Peaceful.
Wynifred origin: Teutonic
Wynn meaning: Light complexion.
Wynn origin: Welsh
Wynne meaning: Form of Wynn. Light complexion.
Wynne origin: Welsh
Wynnie meaning: White or fair.
Wynnie origin: Celtic
Wynnifred meaning: White wave.
Wynnifred origin: Welsh
Wynona meaning: Form of Winona. First-born daughter.
Wynona origin: Native American
Wynono meaning: First born.
Wynono origin: Native American
Wynston meaning: From Wine's farm.
Wynston origin: English
Wynter meaning: Born in the Winter.
Wynter origin: English
Wynthrop meaning: From Wine's estate.
Wynthrop origin: English
Wynton meaning: Friend, surname.
Wynton origin: English
Wynward meaning: From Wine's forest.
Wynward origin: English
Wynwode meaning: From Wine's forest.
Wynwode origin: English
Wyoh meaning: From the US state name Wyoming. Famous bearer: Wyoming Knott, character in Robert Heinlein's "The Moon is a Harsh Mistress."
Wyoh origin: English
Wyoming meaning: From the US state name Wyoming. Famous bearer: Wyoming Knott, character in Robert Heinlein's "The Moon is a Harsh Mistress."
Wyoming origin: English
Wyrttun meaning: From the vegetable farm.
Wyrttun origin: English
Wystan meaning: Battle stone.
Wystan origin: English
Wyth meaning: From the willow tree.
Wyth origin: English
Wythe meaning: From the willow tree.
Wythe origin: English