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WAABAANAKWADmOjibwe
Meaning, "white cloud."
WAALKEmEast Frisian
An East Frisian short form of names beginning in Wal- (derived from the Germanic name element WALD "to rule").... [more]
WAASTmWalloon (Archaic), Picard
Walloon form of Vedastus and Picard variant form of Vaast.
WAATAmMaori
Variant of Wāta.
WABANQUOTmNative American, Ojibwe
Means "white cloud", from Ojibwe waabaanakwad 'white cloud'.... [more]
WABBEmWest Frisian
Variant form of Wabe.
WABEmWest Frisian
Frisian short form of names that have Gothic valdan for a first element, and of which the second element starts with a "b." The names Waldebert and Waldebrand are good examples of that.
WABUN-ININImOjibwe
Meaning, "man of dawn."
WACAmMedieval English
Byname meaning, "watchful."
WACCARmTheology
Martyred Catholic saint.
WACHARULFmAncient Germanic
Means "vigilant wolf", derived from Old High German wachar "vigilant" combined with Gothic vulfs "wolf."
WACKFORDmLiterature
In Nicholas Nickleby by Charles Dickens, Wackford Squeers is the cruel headmaster of the nightmarish boarding school, Dotheboy's Hall, where the boys are malnourished and often beaten.
WA'DfArabic
Derived from Arabic وعد (w'd) meaning "promise".
WADEEmArabic
Means "calm, peaceful" in Arabic.
WADHAfArabic
Derived from Arabic وضاء (wḑāʼ) meaning "bright, full of light".
WADIf & mArabic
"Valley" Arabian Valley in Saudi Arabia
WADINAfVarious
Feminine form of Wade.
WADINEfVarious
Feminine form of Wade.
WADJETfEgyptian Mythology
Means "green one; papyrus-colored one". From the Ancient Egyptian wadj, which was the word for the color green, in reference to the color of papyrus, and et, which indicated the name of a woman.... [more]
WADSWORTHmEnglish
Transferred use of the surname Wadsworth.
WADZANAIm & fShona
Means "be in cordial fellowship" in Shona.
WAELmArabic
Possibly means "one who takes refuge" or "tribe" in Arabic.
WAENfThai (Rare)
Derived from Thai แหวน (æhwn) meaning "ring, circle".
WÆTHERmOld Danish
Old Danish form of Veðr.
WAFAfArabic
From Arabic وَفَاء (wafāʾ) meaning "loyalty, faithfulness".
WAFAAf & mArabic
Variant transcription of Wafa.
WAFAEfArabic (Maghrebi)
Maghrebi transcription of Wafa used in Morocco.
WAFIQmArabic
Means "successful" in Arabic.
WAGAYEfAmharic
Means "my sense of value" or "my price" in Amharic.
WAGGUTENmBerber (Rare)
It means ‘one who will proliferate’ and reflects the abundance of life.
WAGHNmOld Danish
Old Danish form of Vagn.
WAGNmDanish
Variant of Vagn.
WAGNAfDanish
Variant of Vagna.
WAGNERmBrazilian
Transferred from the German surname Wagner.
WAHABmArabic, Urdu, Malay
Means "giver, bestower" derived from Arabic وَهَبَ (wahaba) meaning "to give, to present, to bestow". In Islamic tradition الوهاب (al-Wahāb) is one of the 99 names of Allah.
WAHAJmPakistani
"glowing/ with blazing splendor".... [more]
WAHEENEEfHidatsa
Variation of Buffalo Bird Woman's Hidatsa name.
WAHIBAfArabic (Maghrebi)
Means "giver, bestower" from Arabic وَهَبَ (wahaba) meaning "to give, to present".
WAHIDAHfIndonesian, Malay
Indonesian and Malay form of Wahida.
WAH-WAH-TEH-GO-NAY-GA-BOmOjibwe
Meaning, "standing in the northern lights."
WAH-WEE-OO-KAH-TAH-MAH-HOTEmNative American, Cree
Means "strike him on the back" in Cree.
WAHYAm & fCherokee
Means "wolf" in Cherokee.
WAIm & fChinese
It means "Great"
WAIf & mPolynesian, Hawaiian
From the proto-Polynesian root *waiʀ. Means "water" in most Polynesian languages.
WAIBODEIm & fIjaw / Ijaw
Reincanated name Meaning "HAS RETURNED AGAIN" WAI for short
WAIKOfJapanese
From Japanese 倭 (wai) meaning "Japanese" combined with 子 (ko) meaning "child". Other kanji combinations are possible.
WAILANIfHawaiian
Means "heavenly water" from Hawaiian wai "water" and lani "heaven, sky".
WAIMIfJapanese
From Japanese 羽 (wa) meaning "feathers", 維 (i) meaning "to tie; to fasten; to tie up" combined with 見 (mi) meaning "to see". Other kanji combinations are possible.
WAINmEnglish
Variant of Wayne.
WAIOLAfHawaiian
Means "water of life" from Hawaiian wai "(fresh) water" and ola "life". It is sometimes Anglicized as Viola.
WAIOLANImHawaiian
Means "heavenly water" in Hawaiian.
WAIPUNAmHawaiian
Meaning "spring water", from the Hawaiian elements wai "water" and puna "spring (of water)".
WAITm & fEnglish
Diminutive of Waitstill.
WAITARAfMaori
Derived from the Maori waitara, possibly meaning "mountain stream" or "pure water".
WAITSTILLm & fEnglish (Puritan)
A Puritan virtue name. It may have been given in reference to the parents' desire for a child of the opposite sex.
WAIVAfEnglish (American, Rare)
As slim as the chances are, it might be related to Lithuanian Vaiva (influenced by English Wava), seeing as Waiva seems to appear - although extremely rarely so - in Lithuania. This speculation requires a fair amount of research, though.
WAJDfArabic
This name is originally Syrian Arabic. ... [more]
WAJIAfPashto
Pashto feminine name meaning "melody".
WAKAfJapanese
From the Japanese 和 (wa) "Japan" and 加 (ka) "addition," "increase." Other kanji combinations are possible.
WAKAfPolynesian Mythology
Name of a sorceress, grandmother of Laie-i-ka-wai.
WAKABAfJapanese
This name can be used as 若葉, 若羽 or 稚葉 with 若 (jaku, nya, nyaku, goto.shi, mo.shi, waka.i) meaning "young, new, immature," 稚 (ji, chi, itokenai, okute, osanai, oderu, waka) with, mainly, the same meanings as 若, 葉 (you, ha) meaning "leaf" and 羽 (u, ha, hane, wa) meaning "feather."... [more]
WAKAEfJapanese
From Japanese 和 (wa) meaning "peace, harmony", 佳 (ka) meaning "beautiful, good" combined with 枝 (e) meaning "branch, limbs". Other kanji combinations are possible.
WAKAKOfJapanese
From Japanese 若 (waka) "young, immature" and 子 (ko) "child", or 和 (wa) "peace, harmony", 歌 (ka) "sing/song" and 子 (ko) "child".
WAKAMEfJapanese
From Japanese 和 (wa) meaning "peace, harmony", 夏 (ka) meaning "summer" combined with 芽 (me) meaning "bud, sprout, shoot". Other kanji combinations are possible.
WAKANDAfLiterature, New World Mythology
Used by J.K. Rowling in her 'Harry Potter' series of books as a personal name for a minor female character, perhaps due to its similarity to Wanda, taken from the form of Wakan Tanka used by the Omaha people... [more]
WAKELANDm & fEnglish
wakeland is originated from southern and northern midlands of america.
WAKELYmEnglish (Rare)
Variant of the surname Wakeley.
WAKIWAmJapanese
脇わ Wakiwa meaning: waki wa 脇 わ (side)
WAKOfJapanese
From Japanese 琶 (wa) meaning "guitar-like instrument" combined with 子 (ko) meaning "child". Other kanji combinations are possible.
WAKOKAfJapanese
From Japanese 和 (wa) meaning "peace, harmony", 歌 (ko) meaning "song, poetry" combined with 子 (ka) meaning "child". Other kanji combinations are possible.
WAKOTOfJapanese
From Japanese 和 (wa) meaning "Japan, Japanese, peace, harmony" combined with 琴 (koto), which refers to a type of musical instrument similar to a harp. Other kanji combinations are also possible.
WAKUmIndigenous Australian, Pintupi
Of Australian Aboriginal origin (Pintupi, to be precise), the meaning of this name is not yet known to me at the moment. A known bearer of this name was Waku Tjungurrayi, the father of Australian Aboriginal painter Takariya Napaltjarri (b... [more]
WAKUm & fJapanese
From Japanese 和 (wa) meaning "harmony, Japanese style, peace, soften, Japan", 新 (wa) meaning "fresh, new", 笑 (wa) meaning "laugh", 羽 (wa) meaning "feathers" or 航 (wa) meaning "navigate, sail, cruise, fly" combined with 久 (ku) meaning "long time", 来 (ku) meaning "come, due, next, cause, become", 玖 (ku) meaning "beautiful black jewel, nine", 空 (ku) meaning "sky", 雲 (ku) meaning "cloud", 宮 (ku) meaning "Shinto shrine" or 紅 (ku) meaning "crimson, deep red"... [more]
WAKUKOfJapanese
From Japanese 環 (wa) meaning "circle, ring, wheel", 玖 (ku) meaning "nine" combined with 子 (ko) meaning "child". Other kanji combinations are possible.
WAKUNIfJapanese (Rare)
This name is used as 和国 with 和 (o, ka, wa, nago.mu, nago.yaka, yawa.ragu, yawa.rageru) meaning "harmony, Japan, Japanese style, peace, soften" and 国 (koku, kuni) meaning "country."... [more]
WAKURIfJapanese (Rare)
This name can be used as 和久利, 和久里 or 和栗 with 和 (o, ka, wa, nago.mu, nago.yaka, yawa.ragu, yawa.rageru) meaning "harmony, Japan, Japanese style, peace, soften", 久 (kyuu, ku, hisa.shii) meaning "long time, old story", 利 (ri, ki.ku) meaning "advantage, benefit, profit", 里 (ri, sato) meaning "league, parent's home, ri (unit of distance - equal to 3.927 km), village" and 栗 (ritsu, ri, kuri, ononoku) meaning "chestnut."... [more]
WALABERTmAncient Germanic
Derived from Old High German walah "wanderer, traveller, foreigner" combined with Old High German beraht "bright."
WALAFRIDmAncient Germanic
Derived from Old High German walah "wanderer, traveller, foreigner" combined with Old High German fridu "peace."
WALAGASHmAncient Persian
Of ancient Persian origin, the meaning of this male name is unfortunately uncertain.
WALAGRIMmAncient Germanic
Derived from Old High German walah "wanderer, traveller, foreigner" combined with Old Norse grîma "mask."
WALAGUNDfAncient Germanic
Derived from Old High German walah "wanderer, traveller, foreigner" combined with Old High German gund "war."
WALAHELMmAncient Germanic
Derived from Old High German walah "wanderer, traveller, foreigner" combined with Old High German helm "helmet, protection."
WALAHILDfAncient Germanic
Derived from Old High German walah "wanderer, traveller, foreigner" combined with Old Norse hildr "battle."
WALAMANmAncient Germanic
Derived from Old High German walah "wanderer, traveller, foreigner" combined with man "man."
WALAMARmAncient Germanic
Derived from Old High German walah "wanderer, traveller, foreigner" combined with Old High German mâri "famous."
WALAMUNDmAncient Germanic
Derived from Old High German walah "wanderer, traveller, foreigner" combined with Old High German mund "protection."
WALANGKURAfIndigenous Australian, Pintupi
Of Australian Aboriginal origin (Pintupi, to be precise), the meaning of this name is not yet known to me at the moment. A known bearer of this name is Walangkura Napanangka (b. between circa 1938 to 1946), an Australian Aboriginal painter.
WALARADmAncient Germanic
Derived from Old High German walah "wanderer, traveller, foreigner" combined with Old High German rât "counsel."
WALARAMmAncient Germanic
Derived from Old High German walah "wanderer, traveller, foreigner" combined with hraban or hramn "raven."
WALARICmAncient Germanic
Derived from Old High German walah "wanderer, traveller, foreigner" combined with rîcja "powerful, strong, mighty" (making it a cognate of Walherich). The second element is also closely related to Celtic rîg or rix and Gothic reiks, which all mean "king, ruler."
WALBERTmDutch, German
Dutch and German short form of Waldebert. There are also instances where this name can be a short form of Walabert.
WALBURGfGerman
German short form of Waldeburg.
WALBURGEfFrench (Rare)
French form of Walburga, primarily used to refer to the 8th-century saint and to translate foreign names, such as the full name of Maria Theresa, Holy Roman Empress (1717-1780). The name is otherwise very rare in France.
WALBURGISfGerman (Latinized)
Latinized form of Walburg (see also Walburga).
WALDAfGerman (Rare), Dutch
Short form of names with the name element WALD "to rule".
WALDALENUSmTheology
Catholic Saint.
WALDBERNmAncient Germanic
Derived from Gothic valdan "to reign" combined with Proto-Germanic beran or bernu "bear" (bero and bern in Old High German).
WALDEBERTmAncient Germanic
Derived from Gothic valdan "to reign" combined with Old High German beraht "bright."
WALDEBRANDmAncient Germanic
Derived from Gothic valdan "to reign" combined with Old Norse brand "sword."
WALDEGARDfAncient Germanic
The first element of this name is derived from Gothic valdan "to reign." The second element is derived from gardan "to hedge in, to enclose, to fence in" or from Gothic gards "house, garden, (court)yard."
WALDEGILDfAncient Germanic
Derived from Gothic valdan "to reign" combined with Gothic gild "sacrifice."
WALDEGISmAncient Germanic
The first element of this Germanic name comes from Gothic valdan "to reign." The meaning and origin of the second element is rather uncertain: we know that it comes from gis (the original form was possibly gîs), but we don't exactly know where gis itself comes from... [more]
WALDEGUNDfAncient Germanic
Derived from Gothic valdan "to reign" combined with Old High German gund "war."
WALDEMUNDmAncient Germanic
Derived from Gothic valdan "to reign" combined with Old High German mund "protection."
WALDENmLiterature
Place name from Old English: “wooded valley”.... [more]
WALDERmEnglish
Either form of Walter or Vladimir.
WALDERADmAncient Germanic
Derived from Gothic valdan "to reign" combined with Old High German rât "counsel."
WALDERAMmAncient Germanic
Derived from Gothic valdan "to reign" combined with hraban or hramn "raven."
WALDERICmAncient Germanic
Derived from Gothic valdan "to reign" combined with rîcja "powerful, strong, mighty." The second element is also closely related to Celtic rîg or rix and Gothic reiks, which all mean "king, ruler."
WALDFRIDmAncient Germanic
Derived from Gothic valdan meaning "to reign" combined with Old High German fridu meaning "peace".
WALDFRIEDmGerman (Rare)
German form of the ancient Germanic name Waldfrid.
WALDGRIMmAncient Germanic
Derived from Gothic valdan "to reign" combined with Old Norse grîma "mask."
WALDHARDmAncient Germanic
Derived from Gothic valdan "to reign" combined with Gothic hardus (hart in Old High German) "brave, hardy."
WALDHELMmAncient Germanic
Derived from Gothic valdan "to reign" combined with Old High German helm "helmet, protection."
WALDMANmAncient Germanic
Derived from Gothic valdan "to reign" combined with man "man."
WALDORFmEnglish
This name is used in The Muppets Christmas Carol 1992.
WALDRADAfAncient Germanic, History
Feminine form of Waldrad. Waldrada lived in the 6th century AD and was the wife of Theudebald, a Frankish king of the Merovingian dynasty.
WALDRUNfAncient Germanic
Derived from Gothic valdan "rule" combined with Gothic rûna "secret."
WALDTRUDfAncient Germanic
Derived from Gothic valdan "to reign" combined with þruþ "strength."
WALDULFmAncient Germanic
Derived from Gothic valdan "to reign" combined with Gothic vulfs "wolf."
WALDYm & fEnglish, Dutch, South American
Short form of Waldemar or a nickname for Waldo.
WALEEDmArabic
Variant transcription of Walid.
WALEEYAfArabic
Meaning "supporter", "caretaker", "companion", "intimate friend", "patron", "custodian".
WALEKmPolish
Polish form of Valek.
WALEKAfAmerican
Feminine form of Walek.
WALELAfCherokee (Rare)
Means "hummingbird" in Cherokee. From the Cherokee wa le lua 'hummingbird'.... [more]
WALENEKINAfHawaiian
Hawaiian translation of Valentina.
WALENTYNmPolish
Polish form of Valentinus (see Valentine).
WALERANmMedieval English
Possibly a variation of Valerian. There are many famous bearers of this name.
WALERANmMedieval Flemish, Medieval French
Flemish form of Walderam. This was the name of two rulers of the medieval county of Ligny-en-Barrois, in present-day Lorraine, France.
WALERIANAfPolish
Polish form of Valeriana.
WALERICUSmAncient Germanic (Latinized)
Latinized form of Walherich. The 7th-century Frankish saint Valery de Leuconay is sometimes referred to as Walericus.
WALERIUSZmPolish
Polish form of Valerius.
WALESmEnglish (American)
From a place name in the United Kingdom. Derives from the Old English Wælisc, meaning 'foreigner, Welshman'.
WALEWSKAfBrazilian
Transferred use of the Polish surname Walewska.
WALFRIDmAncient Germanic
Variant form of Waldfrid. This name was borne by an 8th-century Italian saint who in the anglophone world is best known as saint Walfrid.
WALHEREmTheology
Martyred Catholic priest and saint.
WALImArabic
Walī (Arabic: ولي‎‎, plural ʾawliyāʾ أولياء) is an Arabic word of which the literal meanings include "custodian," "governor," "protector," "helper," and "friend." In the vernacular, it is most commonly used by Muslims to indicate an Islamic saint, otherwise referred to by the more literal "friend of God." In the traditional Islamic understanding of saints, the saint is portrayed as someone "marked by special divine favor ... and holiness," and who is specifically "chosen by God and endowed with exceptional gifts, such as the ability to work miracles.
WALIDAHfAmerican
Feminine form of Walid
WALIKOf & mTumbuka
Means "God is there" in Tumbuka.
WALISmTaiwanese Aboriginal
Taiwanese aboriginal name.
WA-LI-SSUmTaiwanese Aboriginal
Taiwanese aboriginal name.
WALIYHAfPakistani
Pakistani form of Waleeya.
WALIYUDDINmArabic (Rare), Malay
Means "ally / friend of the faith", which means a supporter of Islam. Mainly found among Muslims in Malaysia, Indonesia and Brunei.
WALKELINmMedieval English
There are a number of famous bearers of this name.
WALKINfLiterature
From an English surname.This is the middle name of Alexia Walkin Black, a character in the "Harry Potter" series written by J.K. Rowling.
WALLONmMedieval Breton
Derived from Old Breton uuallon, cognate of Old Welsh uualaun, uualon "valorous".
WALONIKAfHawaiian
Hawaiian form of Veronica.
WALOTAmFijian
Fijian form of the English name Walter, first appeared in Fiji in the early 1800's as a Fijian spoken representation of the name only. Now used as a proper registered Fijian name.
WALPURGAfGerman
Variant of Walburga (also Saint Walburga)
WALPURGEfFrench (Rare)
French variant of Walburga.
WALPURGISfGerman (Latinized)
German variant of Walburgis. In Central and Northern Europe, Walpurgisnacht ('Walpurgis Night') is a holiday usually celebrated on April 30 or May 1.
WALRADmGerman (Archaic)
German form of Walderad via Waldrad. A known bearer of this name was Prince Walrad of Nassau-Usingen (1635-1702).
WALRAMmDutch, German
Dutch and German short form of Walderam. There are also instances where this name can be a short form of Walaram.
WALSHAKmNgas
WAL means "cry", shak means "one another''. Which Literally means Feel for one another
WALSTANmTheology
Name of a Catholic saint.
WALTHEOFmAnglo-Saxon
Derived from Old English weald "power" and þeof "thief". This was the name of a 12th-century English saint, a stepson of King David I of Scotland.
WALTHERUSmDutch, German
Latinized form of Walther.
WALTRUDEfDutch, German
Dutch and German form of Waltrud.
WALUm & fLate Old English
From late Old English walu, meaning "stripe, weal"
WALUBURGfAncient Germanic
Waluburg was a Germanic seer, who worked for a governor in Roman Egypt.
WALUIGImPopular Culture
A portmanteau of Luigi and Japanese 悪い (warui) "bad", therefore meaning "bad Luigi". This is the name of Luigi's evil counterpart from the Mario series.
WALUMBIKEfChewa
Means "praise" in Chewa.
WAMBLEEmSioux
Means "eagle, golden eagle" in Lakota. From the Lakota waŋblí (wahm-hel'-lee) 'eagle, golden eagle', sometimes used as a generic term for both golden eagles and bald eagles.
WAMLISAPAfSioux
Means "black eagle" in Lakota. From the Lakota waŋblí (wahm-hel'-lee) 'eagle, golden eagle', and sah'-pah "black".
WANfChinese
Chinese feminine name with several possible meanings; if written using 婉 (wǎn) it means "graceful, gentle, elegant", if written 宛 (wǎn) it seems to have historically meant "courteous" and if written 紈 (wán) it means "white silk" or "fine silk".
WANAHTONmSioux
Means "one who attacks, charges; charger" in Lakota, from the Lakota waánataŋ. This was borne by Chief Wánataŋ (ca. 1795-1848), also known as Wanata and Wanataan, a leader of the Yanktonai, a tribe of the Dakota.
WANDALBERTmAncient Germanic
The first element of this name is derived from vandal, which is an extended form of vand, which in turn comes from Gothic vandjan (see Wandebert). The Vandals, a Germanic tribe, might have derived their name from this element... [more]
WANDALBURGfAncient Germanic
The first element of this name is derived from vandal, which is an extended form of vand, which in turn comes from Gothic vandjan (see Wandeburg). The Vandals, a Germanic tribe, might have derived their name from this element... [more]
WANDALFRIDmAncient Germanic
The first element of this name is derived from vandal, which is an extended form of vand, which in turn comes from Gothic vandjan (see Wandefrid). The Vandals, a Germanic tribe, might have derived their name from this element... [more]
WANDALGARDfAncient Germanic
The first element of this name is derived from vandal, which is an extended form of vand, which in turn comes from Gothic vandjan (see Wandegard). The Vandals, a Germanic tribe, might have derived their name from this element... [more]
WANDALHARmAncient Germanic
The first element of this name is derived from vandal, which is an extended form of vand, which in turn comes from Gothic vandjan (see Wandhar). The Vandals, a Germanic tribe, might have derived their name from this element... [more]
WANDALMARmAncient Germanic
The first element of this name is derived from vandal, which is an extended form of vand, which in turn comes from Gothic vandjan (see Wandemar). The Vandals, a Germanic tribe, might have derived their name from this element... [more]
WANDEBERTmAncient Germanic
The first element of this Germanic name is derived from Gothic vandjan "to turn, to wrap (up)", or from Gothic vandus "twig, staff, stick." The second element is derived from Old High German beraht "bright."
WANDEBURGfAncient Germanic
The first element of this Germanic name is derived from Gothic vandjan "to turn, to wrap (up)", or from Gothic vandus "twig, staff, stick." The second element is derived from Gothic bairgan (bergan in Old High German) "to keep, to save, to preserve", or from Old High German burg "fortress."
WANDEFRIDmAncient Germanic
The first element of this Germanic name is derived from Gothic vandjan "to turn, to wrap (up)", or from Gothic vandus "twig, staff, stick." The second element is derived from Old High German fridu "peace."
WANDEGARDfAncient Germanic
The first element of this Germanic name is derived from Gothic vandjan "to turn, to wrap (up)", or from Gothic vandus "twig, staff, stick." The second element is derived from gardan "to hedge in, to enclose, to fence in" or from Gothic gards "house, garden, (court)yard."
WANDEGILDfAncient Germanic
The first element of this Germanic name is derived from Gothic vandjan "to turn, to wrap (up)", or from Gothic vandus "twig, staff, stick." The second element is derived from Gothic gild "sacrifice."
WANDEMARmAncient Germanic
The first element of this Germanic name is derived from Gothic vandjan "to turn, to wrap (up)", or from Gothic vandus "twig, staff, stick." The second element is derived from Old High German mâri "famous."
WANDERmDutch
Dutch variant form of Warner (see Werner) via its variant form Warnder.
WANDERLEImBrazilian
May also be of Dutch origin.
WANDETRUDfAncient Germanic
The first element of this Germanic name is derived from Gothic vandjan "to turn, to wrap (up)", or from Gothic vandus "twig, staff, stick." The second element is derived from þruþ "strength."
WANDHARmAncient Germanic
The first element of this Germanic name is derived from Gothic vandjan "to turn, to wrap (up)", or from Gothic vandus "twig, staff, stick." The second element is derived from Old High German hari "army."
WANDILEf & mZulu, South African
Means "you are extra" in Zulu.
WANDOmEnglish (Modern, Rare), Ancient Germanic
Masculine form of Wanda. A fictional bearer was Wando from The Fairly OddParents, when Wanda was temporarily turned into a man.... [more]
WANDOOm & fTiv
Means "a child is good" in Tiv.
WANDREGISELmAncient Germanic
Wandregisel is the name of a 7th century saint, mostly known by his French name St. Wandrille.... [more]
WANDRILLEmFrench (Rare)
Francisation of the Germanic name Wandregisel.... [more]
WANDULFmAncient Germanic
The first element of this Germanic name is derived from Gothic vandjan "to turn, to wrap (up)", or from Gothic vandus "twig, staff, stick." The second element is derived from Gothic vulfs "wolf."
WANDZIAfPolish
Polish diminutive of Wanda.
WANEmLivonian, Medieval Baltic
Current theories link this name to Finnish vanea "strong, powerful, tempered".
WANEEKfMohawk
Means "keeper of the peace" in Mohawk.... [more]
WANESAfPolish
Polish form of Vanessa.
WANESSAfPolish, Portuguese
Polish variant of Vanessa.
WANETAfAmerican
Possibly an Anglicized form of Juanita, with the spelling perhaps influenced by an American place name.
WANGDIm & fTibetan, Bhutanese
From Tibetan དབང་འདུས (dbang 'dus) meaning "to bring under control, to conquer", itself derived from དབང (dbang) meaning "power, control, force" and འདུས ('dus) meaning "collect, assemble".
WANGDUmTibetan
Variant transcription of Wangdi.
WANGDUEm & fTibetan
Meaning unknown.
WANG-MENGmHmong
Wang-meng means "very wealthy" in Hmong. The friends of the person usually use one of the two words for short cut since it's too long. They can just call him Wang or just Meng.
WANGMOf & mTibetan, Bhutanese
From Tibetan དབང་མོ (dbang mo) meaning "queen, lady", derived from དབང (dbang) meaning "power, control, force" and མོ (mo) meaning "female".
WANGPOmTibetan, Bhutanese
From Tibetan དབང་པོ (dbang po) meaning "power, sense", from དབང (dbang) meaning "power, control, force" and the nominalisation suffix -པོ (-po).
WANGWIROm & fAfrican
chewa name southern africa meaning "perfect"
WANINGUSmTheology
Benedictine abbot, also listed as Vaneng.
WANIYAfArabic
Means "soft, gentle breeze" in Arabic.
WANJAf & mScandinavian, German
German variant of Vanya, a Russian diminutive of either Ivan or Ivanna. This is also used in Scandinavia (see Vanja), where it is primarily feminine.
WANLIm & fChinese
Means "ten thousand calendars" in Chinese. Other character combinations are also possible.
WANLINf & mChinese
From Chinese 万 (wàn) meaning "innumerable, numerous" combined with 林 (lín) meaning "forest, woods" or 霖 (lín) meaning "long spell of rain", as well as other character combinations that can form this name.
WANQINGm & fChinese
Means "He who reigns over the land."
WANSAfThai
Means "rain" in Thai.
WANTONfLiterature
The name of a character in the novel, "The Pilgrim's Progress."
WANVISAfThai
The long for visa
WAPITImEnglish
a large deer, Cervus canadensis, with large much-branched antlers, native to North America and now also common in the South Island of New Zealand Also called American elk
WĀPIY-MŌSTŌSISmNative American, Cree
Means "white calf" in Cree.
WAPUNfNative American, Siksika, Algonquin
Means "dawn" in Siksika.
WAQARfQuechua
Means "heron" in Quechua.
WAQASmUrdu, Punjabi
Means "warrior, destroyer, breaker" in Arabic.
WAQIDmMuslim (Rare)
Supposedly means "brilliant, kindled" in Arabic.
WAQIDAfArabic
Feminine form of Waqid.
WAQURmArabic
Means "composed, calm, dignified" in Arabic.
WARABIfJapanese (Modern, Rare)
This name is used as 蕨 (ketsu, warabi) meaning "bracken."... [more]
WARALEEfThai
Means "moon" in Thai.
WARATAHfIndigenous Australian
An Australian native flowering bush with a distinctive (usually) crimson flower-head. Its name comes from the Eora language indigenous to the Sydney region. The floral emblem of New South Wales.
WARAUfJapanese
From Japanese 笑 (warau) meaning "a laugh, laughing, laughter". Other kanji combinations are possible.
WARDAfArabic, Urdu
Means "rose" in Arabic.
WARDAHfArabic
Variant transcription of Warda, an Arabic cognate of Hebrew Varda meaning "rose", ultimately from Old Persian.
WARDAKmPashto
Meaning "victor" in Pashto. The god of war of the eastern-iranian pantheon, equalent to Persian Bahram and Greek Ares, also the Pashto name of the planet Mars.
WARDENmScottish, English, Irish
From as Scottish and Irish surname meaning "to guard".
WARDIf & mArabic
From Arabic وردي (waradi) meaning "rose, pink".
WAREmHistory
Apparently another name for Saint Widradus.
WARENmAmerican
Variant of Warren.
WÁ:RIfMohawk
Mohawk form of Mary.
WARIDABOm & fIjaw
Means "lord of the household" in Ijaw.