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WARINBERTmAncient Germanic
The meaning and origin of the first element of this Germanic name is very uncertain - at least five possible meanings exist. We know that it comes from varin, but we don't know where varin itself comes from... [more]
WARINBURGfAncient Germanic
The meaning and origin of the first element of this Germanic name is very uncertain - at least five possible meanings exist. We know that it comes from varin, but we don't know where varin itself comes from... [more]
WARINFRIDmAncient Germanic
The meaning and origin of the first element of this Germanic name is very uncertain - at least five possible meanings exist. We know that it comes from varin, but we don't know where varin itself comes from... [more]
WARINGARmAncient Germanic
The meaning and origin of the first element of this Germanic name is very uncertain - at least five possible meanings exist. We know that it comes from varin, but we don't know where varin itself comes from... [more]
WARINGARDfAncient Germanic
The meaning and origin of the first element of this Germanic name is very uncertain - at least five possible meanings exist. We know that it comes from varin, but we don't know where varin itself comes from... [more]
WARINHARmAncient Germanic
The meaning and origin of the first element of this Germanic name is very uncertain - at least five possible meanings exist. We know that it comes from varin, but we don't know where varin itself comes from... [more]
WARINHARDmAncient Germanic
The meaning and origin of the first element of this Germanic name is very uncertain - at least five possible meanings exist. We know that it comes from varin, but we don't know where varin itself comes from... [more]
WARINHILDfAncient Germanic
The meaning and origin of the first element of this Germanic name is very uncertain - at least five possible meanings exist. We know that it comes from varin, but we don't know where varin itself comes from... [more]
WARINMARmAncient Germanic
The meaning and origin of the first element of this Germanic name is very uncertain - at least five possible meanings exist. We know that it comes from varin, but we don't know where varin itself comes from... [more]
WARINMUNDmAncient Germanic
The meaning and origin of the first element of this Germanic name is very uncertain - at least five possible meanings exist. We know that it comes from varin, but we don't know where varin itself comes from... [more]
WARINTRUDfAncient Germanic
The meaning and origin of the first element of this Germanic name is very uncertain - at least five possible meanings exist. We know that it comes from varin, but we don't know where varin itself comes from... [more]
WARINULFmAncient Germanic
The meaning and origin of the first element of this Germanic name is very uncertain - at least five possible meanings exist. We know that it comes from varin, but we don't know where varin itself comes from... [more]
WARINUSmTheology
Martyr of the Franks. The son of St. Sigrada and brother of St. Leodegarius.
WARIOmPopular Culture
A portmanteau of Mario and Japanese 悪い (warui) "bad", therefore meaning "bad Mario". This is the name of Mario's arch-rival from the Mario series.
WARISfAfrican, Somali
Meaning "desert flower" in Somali
WARISO:SEfMohawk
Mohawk form of Mary-Jo.
WARITAfGarifuna, Quranic
In Garifuna, Warita means "she has surmounted the obstacle." In Quranic, Warita is an alternate spelling of Warida which means learned, aware, experienced.
WARŁAAMmPolish
Polish form of Varlaam.
WARLOCKmEnglish (Rare), Literature
This name is derived from the word of the same name, which is another name for a wizard. The word used to mean "traitor" or "oath-breaker" since the word is derived from a combination of Old English wærloga "traitor, liar, enemy, devil", which comes from wær meaning "faith, fidelity, a compact, agreement, covenant" (from Proto-Germanic *wera-, which then comes from Proto-Indo-European *were-o- meaning "true, trustworthy"), and an agent noun related to leogan meaning "to lie."... [more]
WARMAKSANmBerber (Rare)
this name means ‘without enemy or undefeatable’.
WARNAfFilipino
jolo sulu philippines
WARNACHARmAncient Germanic
Variant of Warinhar, probably influenced in its spelling by Old High German wachar "vigilant" (see Wacharulf).
WARNARDmDutch
Dutch form of Warinhard.
WARNDERmDutch
Dutch variant form of Warner (see Werner).
WARNFRIEDmDutch, German
Dutch and German form of Warinfrid.
WARONAf & mAfrican
Means 'ours/belonging to us"
WARRAGULmIndigenous Australian
Place name; a town in the West Gipppsland region of rural Victoria in Australia. Its name is derived from warrigal, from a local language meaning "wild, wild dog (dingo)".
WARRINmIndigenous Australian
Means "winter, season of wet and cold" in one of the Indigenous languages from around the Sydney area.
WARRIORmEnglish
A person engaged in battle or warfare, and by extension, anyone fighting for a particular cause. The word comes from Anglo-Norman warrier, from Old French guerreier, derived from Latin guerra, "war"... [more]
WARSAMEmSomali
A Somali name that means "good news."
WARSHAfSinhalese (Rare), Indian (Rare)
Derived from Sinhalese වැස්ස (væssa) meaning "rain", of Sanskrit origin (see Varsha).
WARSOHTOSfMohawk
Name of Waneek Horn-Miller's second daughter.
WARUNmThai
Means "rain" in Thai.
WARWARAfPolish
Form of Barbara influenced by Russian Varvara.
WASANfArabic
This is an Arabic name specifically Iraqi. It means "last moments before sleep".
WASEEMmArabic, Pakistani
Arabic variant transcription of Wasim and Pakistani form of Wasim.... [more]
WASEEMAfArabic
Feminine form of Waseem.
WASHmEnglish
Short for Washington
WASHAWNmAfrican American (Modern, Rare)
Combination of the name prefix Wa and Shawn, or from Quashawn.
WASHIOmJapanese
From Japanese 鷲 (washi) meaning "eagle" combined with 夫 (o) meaning "husband", 男 (o) meaning "male" or 雄 (o) meaning "manly". Other kanji combinations are possible.
WASHTAfSioux
Means "to be good; pretty; handsome; attractive" in Lakota. From the Lakota wašté (wash" tay).
WASIMAfArabic
Feminine form of Wasim.
WASSAf & mRussian
German transcription of Vassa.... [more]
WASSILYmRussian
Variant transcription of Vasiliy. A famous bearer was the abstract Russian painter Wassily Kandinsky (1866-1944).
WASTRADAfTheology
Widow and model Christian matron who became a Catholic saint. The mother of St. Gregory of Utrecht, in her later years she became member of a religious community, although it is uncertain whether she actually became a nun.
WĀTAmMaori
Maori form of Walter.
WATAKOfJapanese
From Japanese 綿 (wata) meaning "cotton" combined with 子 (ko) meaning "child". Other kanji combinations are possible as well.
WATARIm & fJapanese (Rare)
This is, essentially, a variant of Wataru (compare Hikari to Hikaru and Nozomi to Nozomu).... [more]
WATARUmJapanese
This name can be used as 渉 (shou, wata.ru), 亘/亙 (kan, kou, moto.meru, wata.ru) or 渡 (to, wata.su, wata.ru), all meaning "to cross over, to extend, to span," 航 (kou, wataru) meaning "navigate," 弥 (bi, mi, amaneshi, iya, iyoiyo, tooi, hisa.shii, ya, wata.ru) meaning "increase" or 済 (sai, sei, suku.u, su.masu, watashi, wata.ru) meaning "settle, finish."... [more]
WATARUKOfJapanese
From Japanese 渡 (wataru) meaning "transit" combined with 子 (ko) meaning "child". Other combinations of kanji characters can also form this name.
WATCHARAmThai
Means "diamond" in Thai.
WATCHFULmEnglish (Puritan), Literature
Meaning, "watching or observing someone or something closely; alert and vigilant." Referring to watching and waiting for the end-times.
WATCYNmEnglish
Variant of Watson.
WATHAHI:NEfMohawk
Means "she walks" in Mohawk.
WATIPASOm & fTumbuka
Watipaso means "He (God) has given us again".It is a Tumbuka name given to all gender.The name is given to the 2nd, 3rd, 4th....child and not the 1st according to the meaning of the name.
WATONGAfEnglish
Watonga is a city in Blaine County, Oklahoma that is named after Arapaho Chief Watonga whose name means "Black Coyote".
WATSEKAfAlgonquin
Means "pretty girl" in Potawatomi, from the Potawatomi winsakeekyahgo "pretty girl".
WATSONmEnglish
Transferred use of the surname Watson.
WATTmAnglo-Saxon, Medieval English
Diminutive of Walter. This name was borne by a Sussex king that ruled possibly around 692 to 700 CE.
WAUBOJEEGmNative American, Ojibwe
Means "white fisher" in Ojibwe.
WAVEfEnglish (Rare)
From the English word wave meaning "a long body of water curling into an arched form and breaking on the shore".
WAVENEYfEnglish (Rare)
From the name of a river that forms much of the boundary between the East Anglian counties of Suffolk and Norfolk, in eastern England. Its name is derived from Old English wagen "quagmire" and ēa “running water; water; stream; river".... [more]
WAVERLEYf & mEnglish
Variant of Waverly.
WAVERLYf & mEnglish, Popular Culture
The name Waverly/Waverley is of Old English origin, meaning "quaking aspen".
WAWAf & mChinese (Rare), Various
Possibly from the Chinese 瓦 (wǎ) meaning "earthenware, pottery, tile" combined with itself.
WAWAKAfJapanese
From Japanese 和 (wa) meaning "peace, harmony" duplicated and combined with 佳 (ka) meaning "beautiful, good", 花 (ka) meaning "flower, blossom" or 香 (ka) meaning "fragrance". Other kanji combinations are possible.
WAWAMIfJapanese
From Japanese 和 (wa) meaning "peace, harmony", 輪 (wa) meaning "wheel, flower" combined with 美 (mi) meaning "beautiful". Other kanji combinations are also possible.
WAWANAfJapanese
From Japanese 和 (wa) meaning "peace, harmony", 輪 (wa) meaning "wheel, flower" combined with 奈 (na) meaning "apple tree". Other kanji combinations are possible.
WAWAWAfJapanese
From Japanese 羽 (wa) meaning "feathers" duplicated and combined with 和 (wa) meaning "peace, harmony". Other kanji combinations are possible.
WAWETSEKAfNative American, Algonquin, Siksika
Means "pretty woman" in Siksika.
WAWIRIYAfIndigenous Australian
This is borne by Wawiriya Burton, an Australian Aboriginal artist from Pipalyatjara, who is also a ngangkaṟi (traditional healer).
WAYmEnglish
Transferred use of the surname Way.
WAYDEmEnglish
Variant of Wade.
WAYFAIRm & fEnglish
From the surname Wayfair.
WAYLLAfQuechua
Feminine Quechua name meaning "plain, prarie".
WAYMANmEnglish
From an English surname. A famous bearer is the late NBA basketball player and smooth jazz bassist Wayman Tisdale.
WAY-ME-TIG-O-ZHE-QUAYfOjibwe
My Dad's Great-great Grandmother's name. I'm unsure of the exact spelling/pronunciation, but several variants of the name and pronunciation submitted here are on documents I have...
WAYMONmAmerican
Oklahoma is where it came from in the 1940's.
WAYNETTfEnglish (American, Rare)
Allegeldy intended as a feminine form of Wayne.
WAYOfThai
Means "wind" in Thai.
WAYTAMAYUfQuechua
Derived from Quechua wayta "flower" and mayu "river".
WAYWARDf & mEnglish (Rare)
Meaning "difficult to control or predict because of wilful or perverse behaviour."
WAZIRmArabic
Means "helper, assistant" in Arabic.
WEAfWest Frisian (Rare)
Variant form of Wia.
WEAKLYmEnglish (Puritan)
Meaning, "sickly."
WEALDHEREmAnglo-Saxon
Old English form of Walter.
WEALHÞEOWfAnglo-Saxon Mythology, Literature
Presumably composed of Old English wealh "Welshman, Celt" or "slave" and þeow "servant, slave". Wealhþeow is Danish king Hroðgar's wife and queen of the Danes in the anonymous 8th-century epic poem 'Beowulf'.
WEALTHYmEnglish (Puritan)
Meaning, "having a great deal of money, resources, or assets; rich." In this case, spiritual blessings from God.
WEATHERFORDmEnglish (American, Rare)
Transferred use of the surname Weatherford.
WEATHERLYf & mEnglish
From a surname which was originally derived from a place name meaning "wether wood" in Old English (a "wether" being a castrated ram or goat).
WEATHERSmEnglish
Transferred use of the surname Weathers.
WEAVERmEnglish
Transferred use of the surname Weaver.
WEAYAYAm & fNative American
Means "sunset" in the Dakota language. From the Dakota wiiyaye (wi-i-ya¿-ye) 'sunset'.
WEBBmEnglish (American, Rare)
Transferred use of the surname Webb.
WEBBEmWest Frisian
Variant form of Wibbe.
WEDAfEast Frisian
Feminine short form of names containing the Germanic name element WID "wood".
WEDAmFrisian (Rare, Archaic)
Frisian short form of Wedigo.
WEDASTmPolish
Polish form of Vedastus.
WEDNESDAYf & mPopular Culture, African American
From the name of the day of the week, which ultimately derives from Old English wodnesdæg, composed of the elements wōdnes, the genitive of Woden, and dæg "day". ... [more]
WEDZERAIfShona
Wedzerai means "Add onto".
WEEKOf & mAmerican (Rare)
Many sites list is as meaning "pretty" in Sioux, when in fact it's a slang form of wikoska meaning "venereal disease". It's likely an invented name.
WEELUMmScots
Scots form of William.
WEENAfLiterature
Short for Josephina taken from George Orwell's "The Time Machine," where the Weena is the name of the main love interest.
WEENJIPAHKIHELEXKWEfNative American
Means "Touching Leaves Woman" in the Unami (now extinct but being revitalized) language of the Lenape people. A notable bearer was Nora Thompson Dean (1907-1984), a traditionalist and one of the last fluent speakers of the southern Unami dialect of the Lenape language.
WEEP-NOTm & fEnglish (Puritan)
In reference to Luke 7:13, "And when the Lord saw her, he had compassion on her, and said unto her, Weep not."
WEERAmThai
Means "brave" in Thai.
WEERNAERTmMedieval Dutch
Medieval Dutch form of Wernard.
WEETAMOOfWampanoag
Allegedly means "sweet heart" in the Native American Wampanoag language.... [more]
WEEZYfEnglish (Modern)
Diminutive of Louise. Frequently heard on the 1970s sitcom "The Jeffersons."
WEIGANDmMedieval German
Medieval German variant of Wigand. Also compare Wiegand.... [more]
WEIKEf & mEast Frisian (Rare, Archaic)
East Frisian short form of names with one of the first name elements WIG "war, battle" or WIH "consecration".
WEINEmSwedish
Variant of Veine.
WEINIANm & fChinese
see Wei
WEIRICHmMedieval German, German (Archaic)
Variant form of Wirich. Known bearers of this name include the medieval German nobleman Weirich von Gemmingen (1493-1548) and his grandson Weirich von Gemmingen (1575-1613), also a German nobleman.
WEIRONmSwedish (Rare)
Of unknown origin and meaning.
WEISSm & fPopular Culture
Derived from German weiß (which is also found spelled as weiss) meaning "white".... [more]
WEITHNOCmBreton (Rare, Archaic)
Breton given name derived from Gwezheneg.
WELBYmEnglish (Rare)
From an English surname which was derived from either of two places called Welby, one in Leicestershire and one in Lincolnshire; the latter means "town by the spring" from Old English wella "spring" and Old Norse býr "farmstead, settlement".
WELCOMEm & fEnglish, English (Puritan)
The origin of Welcome is the English language. Derived literally from the common word 'welcome'. It represents the transferred use of the vocabulary word as a given name.
WELFmMedieval German
The name is derived from a Geman word meaning "puppet, whelp".... [more]
WELLAmCornish
Cornish form of William.
WËLLEMmLuxembourgish
Luxembourgish form of William.
WELLESmEnglish (Rare)
Transferred use of the surname Welles.
WELLINGTONmEnglish
Transferred use of the surname Wellington.
WELLSmEnglish
Transferred use of the surname Wells. A known bearer of this name was the British-Canadian architect Wells Coates (1895-1958).
WELLSTONmEnglish (Rare)
Wellston is an old English name that could translate to "Town of Wolves" or "Wolves Town"
WELMOEDf & mWest Frisian, Dutch
West Frisian form of Wilmut.
WELTONmEnglish, Portuguese (Brazilian)
Transferred use of the surname Welton.
WEMBLEYmEnglish
Transferred use of the surname Wembley.
WEMUNDmOld Danish
Old Danish form of Vímundr.
WENmEnglish
Short form of Wendell.
WENCHEfNorwegian
Norwegian variant of Wenke, a Low German diminutive of Germanic names containing the element win meaning "friend". A known bearer is the Norwegian singer Wenche Myhre (1947-), known as Wencke in Germany (the spelling adopted to avoid pronunciation confusion)... [more]
WENDAfChinese
Combination of the names Wen and Da
WENDEEfEnglish (Rare)
Variant of Wendy. One notable bearer is American voice actress and director Wendee Lee (1960-).
WENDELAfDutch, German (Rare)
Feminine form of Wendel.
WENDELBERTmAncient Germanic
Variant of Wandalbert. With this spelling, however, the first element of the name might also refer to the Wends, a Germanic tribe. They might have derived their name from the Old High Germanic verb wenden, which is synonymous with Gothic vandjan (see Wandebert).
WENDELBURGfAncient Germanic
Variant of Wandalburg. With this spelling, however, the first element of the name might also refer to the Wends, a Germanic tribe. They might have derived their name from the Old High Germanic verb wenden, which is synonymous with Gothic vandjan (see Wandeburg).
WENDELFRIDmAncient Germanic
Variant of Wandalfrid. With this spelling, however, the first element of the name might also refer to the Wends, a Germanic tribe. They might have derived their name from the Old High Germanic verb wenden, which is synonymous with Gothic vandjan (see Wandefrid).
WENDELGARDfAncient Germanic
Variant of Wandalgard. With this spelling, however, the first element of the name might also refer to the Wends, a Germanic tribe. They might have derived their name from the Old High Germanic verb wenden, which is synonymous with Gothic vandjan (see Wandegard).
WENDELIENfDutch
Dutch variant of Wendeline, with its spelling phonetical in nature.
WENDELIJNm & fDutch
Masculine and feminine form of Wendelin.
WENDELINAfDutch
Feminine form of Wendelin.
WENDELMARmAncient Germanic
Variant of Wandalmar. With this spelling, however, the first element of the name might also refer to the Wends, a Germanic tribe. They might have derived their name from the Old High Germanic verb wenden, which is synonymous with Gothic vandjan (see Wandemar).
WENDELMOETfDutch
Formed from the Germanic name elements WANDAL "Vandal" (a tribe name) and MUOT "courage, boldness".
WENDEYfEnglish
Variant of Wendy.
WENDIEfEnglish
Variant of Wendy.
WENDLAfGerman, Theatre
Contracted form of Wendela. This was used by German dramatist Frank Wedekind for the heroine of his play 'Spring Awakening' (1891).
WENDOLENfAmerican (Rare, Archaic)
Altered form of Gwendolen, perhaps influenced by Wendy or Wendeline (a feminine form of Wendelin).
WENDOLINUSmTheology
Holy shepherd and possible hermit, a Catholic saint, also called Wendelinus.
WENEPOYKINmWampanoag
Name of sachem Wenepoykin, also known as Winnepurkett, Sagamore George, George Rumney Marsh, and George No Nose.
WENERAfTatar
from Venus
WENIKADOf & mIjaw
Means "I have worked too much" in Ijaw.
WENNAfCornish
Early Cornish form of Gwen. It was borne by two 5th-century Cornish saints.
WENNAfChinese
Combination of the names Wen and Na.
WENNINGSTEDmFaroese
Transferred use of the surname Wenningsted.
WENOGmTheology, Welsh
Saint of Wales who is mentioned in several liturgical calendars.
WENTSHUKUMISHITEUm & fInuit Mythology
In Inuit mythology, Wentshukumishiteu is a water-elemental spirit which fiercely protected the young of various animal species from human hunters.
WENTWORTHmEnglish
From a surname which was derived from a place name probably meaning "Wintra's enclosure", composed of the Old English elements Wintra, a byname meaning "winter", and worð "enclosure"... [more]
WENUNCHUSfWampanoag
Pocasset Wampanoag Native American Chief.
WENUSfPolish
Polish form of Venus.
WENYAfChinese
Combination of Wen and Ya.
WENYASHAm & fShona
merciful
WEN-YENfChinese, Japanese
Wen-yen was the name of China's 5th king's daughter's name and is the name of a rare Chineese artist from the Ching dynasty.
WEOLAmMedieval English
Unsure of gender.
WERÄmGerman (Swiss)
Bernese German form of Werner.
WERBURGfAnglo-Saxon
Name of St. Werburg.
WERBURGAfAnglo-Saxon (Latinized)
Latinized form of Wærburg (see Werburg). This was the name of a 7th-century English saint and the patroness of Chester. She was the daughter of King Wulfhere of Mercia and Saint Ermenilda.
WERENAfPolish
Polish form of Verena.
WERENFRIDmTheology, Medieval English
Benedictine missionary and Catholic saint. From England, he journeyed to become an assistant to St. Willibrord in his labors to convert the Frisians.
WERENFRIEDmDutch, Medieval German
Dutch and German form of Warnfried.
WERGILmPolish
Polish form of Vergilius.
WERGILIUSZmPolish
Polish form of Virgil.
WERMUNDmAncient Germanic, Norwegian
Possibly composed of the elements wer "true" and mund "protector".
WERNARDmDutch, German
Dutch form and German variant of Wernhard.
WERNERUSmDutch
Latinized form of Werner.
WERNFRIEDmGerman (Austrian, Rare)
From the Germanic name element WARIN "guard" and FRID "peace".
WERNHARDmGerman
German form of Warinhard.
WERONIKIAfPolish
Polish form of Veronica.
WERTYUIKm & fIndian (Christian)
means peanut or walnut
WERUSmPolish
Polish form of Verus.
WESAMmArabic
Variant transcription of Wisam. A known bearer of this name is the Qatari soccer player Wesam Rizik (b. 1981).
WESLEEm & fEnglish (American, Rare)
Variant and feminine form of Wesley.
WESLEIGHf & mEnglish
Variant of Wesley, more commonly used for girls.
WESLINNfAmerican (Modern, Rare)
Combination of Wesley and a variant of the popular name suffix -lynn in an attempt to create a feminine form.
WESPAZJANmPolish
Polish form of Vespasian.
WESSmEnglish
Short form of WESLEY.
WESSELINmGerman
German transcription of the Bulgarian name Veselin.
WESSELINAfGerman (Rare), Dutch (Rare)
German transcription of the Bulgarian name Veselina.
WESSONmEnglish
Variant of Weston.
WESTmEnglish
From the English word, ultimately from the Proto-Indo-European *wes-pero- "evening, night". It may also be considered transferred use of the surname West or a short form of Weston.
WESTERmDutch
Transferred use of the surname Wester.
WESTLEEm & fEnglish
Variant of Westley.
WESTLEIGHm & fEnglish (Rare)
Rare variant of Westley.
WETATIfAmharic
Means “youthful” in Amharic.
WETHERmOld Danish
Old Danish form (byname) of Veðr.
WETUKISmEthiopian
A Catholic saint who was a follower and disciple of the Apostles.
WEYAPIERSENWAHmShawnee
Means "blue jacket" in Shawnee.
WEYLYNfAmerican
Feminine form of Waylon, taken from Waylon Jennings.
WEZENmAstronomy
Derived from Arabic al-wazn, meaning "weight". This is the traditional name of the star Delta Canis Majoris in the constellation Canis Major.
WGUERDDYfSouth American (Modern)
The first name of the 1992 Miss World contestant from Columbia.
WHAT-GOD-WILLmEnglish (Puritan), Medieval English
Referring to the will of God.
WHEATLEYmPopular Culture
Wheatley is a fictional artificial intelligence from the Portal franchise first introduced in the 2011 video game Portal 2.
WHEELERmEnglish
From a surname meaning "a maker of wheels" in Middle English.
WHENUAmPopular Culture
Whenua was an archivist, and later the Toa of Earth as well as Turaga of Onu-Koro and later Onu-Metru. (From the series BIONICLE by Greg Farshtey)
WHILHELMINAfDutch (Archaic), German (Archaic)
This particular spelling of the given name Wilhelmina originated in older times, when people had varying degrees of literacy and when the Dutch and German languages were not yet standardized to the degree that they are today... [more]
WHIMf & mAmerican (Rare, Archaic), Popular Culture
Character in the comic book Frank and variation of Wim.
WHISPERf & mAmerican (Rare)
From the English word.
WHITm & fEnglish
Possibly from the English word "white" or a diminutive of Whitney or other names beginning with Whit.
WHITEmEnglish (Rare, Archaic)
Transferred use of the surname White.
WHITEYmEnglish
A nickname given to people often in reference to skin or hair color.
WHITFIELDmEnglish
Derived from the surname Whitfield, which essentially means "white field". A known bearer of this surname as a first name is the American cryptographer Whitfield Diffie (b. 1944), son of American historian, professor and author Bailey Wallys Diffie (1902-1983).
WHITLEYm & fEnglish, American (Rare)
Transferred use of the surname Whitley.
WHITSUNTIDEmEnglish (Puritan)
Name given in relation to Whitsuntide, referring to the time around Pentecost.
WHITTmEnglish
Variant of Whit.
WHOLESOMEmEnglish (Puritan)
Meaning, "conducive to or promoting moral well-being."