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WEERNAERT m Medieval Dutch
Medieval Dutch form of WERNARD.
WEHELIYE m Somali
Means "companion" in Somali.
WEHEMMESU m Ancient Egyptian
Means "rebirth" in Egyptian.
WEIGAND m Medieval German
Medieval German variant of WIGAND. Also compare WIEGAND.... [more]
WEIKE f & m East Frisian (Rare, Archaic)
East Frisian short form of names with one of the first name elements wig "war, battle" or WIH "consecration".
WEINE m Swedish
Variant of VEINE.
WEINIAN m & f Chinese
see Wei
WEIPING m & f Chinese
From Chinese 卫 (wèi) meaning "to guard, to protect", 维 (wéi) meaning "to tie, to fasten", or 伟 (wěi) meaning "extraordinary, magnificent" combined with 平 (píng) meaning "level, even", as well as other character combinations that can form this name.
WEIRICH m Medieval 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.
WEIRON m Swedish (Rare)
Of unknown origin and meaning.
WEISS m & f Popular Culture
Derived from German weiß (which is also found spelled as weiss) meaning "white".... [more]
WEITHNOC m Breton (Rare, Archaic)
Breton given name derived from Gwezheneg.
WELAT m Kurdish
Means "homeland, land" in Kurdish.
WELBY m English (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".
WELCOME m & f English, 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.
WELDIN m English
Alternative spelling of WELDON
WELES m Slavic Mythology
God of underworld, magic, oaths, art, craft, merchants, wealth in Slavic Mythology.
WELF m Medieval German
The name is derived from a Geman word meaning "puppet, whelp".... [more]
WELLA m Cornish
Cornish form of WILLIAM.
WËLLEM m Luxembourgish
Luxembourgish form of WILLIAM.
WELLES m English (Rare)
Transferred use of the surname WELLES.
WELLINGTON m English
Transferred use of the surname WELLINGTON.
WELLS m English
Transferred use of the surname WELLS. A known bearer of this name was the British-Canadian architect Wells Coates (1895-1958).
WELLSTON m English (Rare)
Wellston is an old English name that could translate to "Town of Wolves" or "Wolves Town"
WELMOED f & m West Frisian, Dutch
West Frisian form of WILMUT.
WELTON m English, Portuguese (Brazilian)
Transferred use of the surname WELTON.
WEMBLEY m English
Transferred use of the surname WEMBLEY.
WEMUND m Old Danish
Old Danish form of VÍMUNDR.
WEN m English
Short form of WENDELL.
WENÃCJUSZ m Kashubian
Kashubian form of Wenancjusz.
WENANTY m Polish
Polish form of VENANTIUS.
WENCES m & f Spanish
Diminutive of WENCESLAO, WENCESLADA and their variants.
WENCESLAO m Spanish
Spanish form of WENCESLAUS.
WENDELBERT m Ancient 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).
WENDELFRID m Ancient 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).
WENDELIJN m & f Dutch
Masculine and feminine form of WENDELIN.
WENDELMAR m Ancient 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).
WENDOLINUS m Theology
Holy shepherd and possible hermit, a Catholic saint, also called WENDELINUS.
WENELIN m Bulgarian (German)
German transcription of VENELIN.
WENENNEFER m Ancient Egyptian
Means "the one who continues to be perfect" in Ancient Egyptian.
WENEPOYKIN m Wampanoag
Name of sachem Wenepoykin, also known as Winnepurkett, Sagamore GEORGE, GEORGE Rumney Marsh, and GEORGE No Nose.
WENERIUSZ m Polish
Polish form of VENERIUS.
WENIKADO f & m Ijaw
Means "I have worked too much" in Ijaw.
WENJUN m & f Chinese
From Chinese 文 (wén) meaning "language, writing" combined with 君 (jūn) meaning "monarch, ruler", 俊 (jùn) "eminent, handsome", 珺 (jùn) "jade", or 军 (jūn) "army, military, troops", as well as other character combinations that can form this name.
WENK m Kashubian
Diminutive of WENÃCJUSZ.
WENKO m German (Rare), Bulgarian, Macedonian
German transcription of VENKO.
WENLIANG m Chinese
From Chinese 文 (wén) meaning "literature, culture, writing" combined with 亮 (liàng) meaning "brilliant, bright, clear", 良 (liáng) meaning "good", or 樑 (liáng) meaning "bridge", as well as other character combinations.
WENNINGSTED m Faroese
Transferred use of the surname Wenningsted.
WENOG m Theology, Welsh
Saint of Wales who is mentioned in several liturgical calendars.
WENQI f & m Chinese
From Chinese 文 (wén) meaning "language, writing, culture" combined with 淇 (qí), the name of several rivers in China, 琪 (qí) meaning "fine jade", 琦 (qí) meaning "distinguished, admirable", or 奇 (qí) meaning "rare, strange", as well as other character combinations.
WENTSHUKUMISHITEU m & f Inuit Mythology
In Inuit mythology, Wentshukumishiteu is a water-elemental spirit which fiercely protected the young of various animal species from human hunters.
WENTWORTH m English
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]
WENUTU m Native American
Native American Boy's name meaning "Sky clearing of clouds"
WENYAN f & m Chinese
From Chinese 文 (wén) meaning "language, writing" or 汶 (wèn) referring to a river in China combined with 雁 (yàn) "wild goose" or 岩 (yán) "cliff, mountain", as well as other character combinations that can form this name.
WENYASHA m & f Shona
Means "merciful" in Shona.
WENYI f & m Chinese
From Chinese 文 (wén) meaning "language, writing" combined with 怡 (yí) "joy, pleasure", 仪 (yí) "ceremony, rite", 意 (yì) "thought, idea", or 漪 (yī) "ripple, wave", as well as other character combinations that can form this name.
WEOLA m Medieval English
Unsure of gender.
WEPA m Turkmen
Turkmen form of VEFA.
WERÄ m German (Swiss)
Bernese German form of WERNER.
WERENFRID m Medieval German (?), Medieval English (?)
Variant of WARINFRID via the Latinized form Werinfridus or Werenfridus. This was the name of an 8th-century saint and Benedictine missionary, also known as Werenfridus, who was allegedly born in England and became an assistant to Saint WILLIBRORD in his labors to convert the Frisians.
WERENFRIED m Dutch, Medieval German
Dutch and German form of WARNFRIED.
WERGIL m Polish
Polish form of VERGILIUS.
WERGILIUSZ m Polish
Polish form of VIRGIL.
WERINBERT m Ancient Germanic
Variant spelling of WARINBERT.
WERMUND m Ancient Germanic, Norwegian
Possibly composed of the elements wer "true" and mund "protector".
WERNARD m Dutch (Rare), German (Rare)
Dutch form and German variant of WERNHARD.
WERNERUS m Dutch
Latinized form of WERNER.
WERNFRIED m German (Austrian, Rare)
From the Germanic name element warin "guard" and frid "peace".
WERNHARD m German
German form of WARINHARD.
WERTYUIK m & f Indian (Christian)
means peanut or walnut
WERUS m Polish
Polish form of VERUS.
WESAM m Arabic
Variant transcription of WISAM. A known bearer of this name is the Qatari soccer player Wesam Rizik (b. 1981).
WESLEE m & f English (American, Rare)
Variant and feminine form of WESLEY.
WESLEIGH f & m English
Variant of WESLEY, more commonly used for girls.
WESLIE m & f American (Rare)
Variant of WESLEY.
WESPAZJAN m Polish
Polish form of VESPASIAN.
WESPAZJÓN m Kashubian
Kashubian form of VESPASIAN.
WESS m English
Variant of WES.
WESSELIN m German
German transcription of the Bulgarian name VESELIN.
WESSON m English
Variant of WESTON.
WEST m English
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.
WESTER m Dutch
Transferred use of the surname WESTER.
WESTLEE m & f English
Variant of WESTLEY.
WESTLEIGH m & f English (Rare)
Rare variant of WESTLEY.
WETHER m Old Danish
Old Danish form of VEÐR.
WETUKIS m Ethiopian
A Catholic saint who was a follower and disciple of the Apostles.
WEYAPIERSENWAH m Shawnee
Means "blue jacket" in Shawnee.
WEZEN m Astronomy
Derived from Arabic al-wazn, meaning "weight". This is the traditional name of the star Delta Canis Majoris in the constellation Canis Major.
WHANCO m Afrikaans
Betekenis: Uitverkorene... [more]
WHAT-GOD-WILL m English (Puritan), Medieval English
Referring to the will of God.
WHATSON m English
Variant of WATSON.
WHEATLEY m Popular Culture
Wheatley is a fictional artificial intelligence from the Portal franchise first introduced in the 2011 video game Portal 2.
WHEELER m English
From a surname meaning "a maker of wheels" in Middle English.
WHENUA m Popular 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)
WHIM f & m American (Rare, Archaic)
Variant of WIM, coinciding with an English word meaning "a whimsical idea".
WHISNU m Indonesian
Variant of WISNU.
WHISPER f & m English (Rare)
From the English word whisper. "Speaking softly without vibration of the vocal cords".... [more]
WHIT m & f English
Possibly from the English word "white" or a diminutive of WHITNEY or other names beginning with Whit.
WHITE m English (Rare, Archaic)
Transferred use of the surname WHITE.
WHITEY m English
A nickname given to people often in reference to skin or hair color.
WHITFIELD m English
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).
WHITLEY m & f English, American (Rare)
Transferred use of the surname WHITLEY.
WHITSUNTIDE m English (Puritan)
Name given in relation to Whitsuntide, referring to the time around Pentecost.
WHITT m English
Variant of WHIT.
WHOLESOME m English (Puritan)
Meaning, "conducive to or promoting moral well-being."
WHYATT m English
Variant of WYATT.
WI f & m Lakota
Means sun in Lakota
WIAR m Old Swedish
Old Swedish form of VIDAR.
WIAROSŁAW m Polish
Derived from Polish wiara "faith, belief, trust" (which is probably ultimately derived from Proto-Slavic věra "faith, belief") combined with Slavic slav "glory". The meaning of this name is thus roughly "glorious faith".
WIBALD m Ancient Germanic, West Frisian
This name is often encountered as a variant form of WIGBALD and WITBALD. However, it can also be a name in its own right, in which case its first element is derived from either Old High German wîh meaning "holy, sacred" or from Old High German wîp meaning "woman"... [more]
WIBE m West Frisian, East Frisian
Frisian short form of names whose first element is derived from Old High German wîg "warrior" or Gothic vilja "will, desire." Also, the second element of those names starts with a "b", e.g. WIBRAND and WILBERT.
WIBERT m Ancient Germanic, Dutch (Rare)
This name is often encountered as a variant form of WIGBERT and WITBERT. However, it can also be a name in its own right, in which case its first element is derived from either Old High German wîh meaning "holy, sacred" or from Old High German wîp meaning "woman"... [more]
WIBILO m Medieval German
A diminutive of WIBO.... [more]
WIBRÂN m West Frisian (Archaic)
West Frisian form of WIBRAND.
WIBRAND m Ancient Germanic, Dutch (Rare), West Frisian (Rare)
This name is often encountered as a variant form of WIGBRAND and WITBRAND. However, it can also be a name in its own right, in which case its first element is derived from either Old High German wîh meaning "holy, sacred" or from Old High German wîp meaning "woman"... [more]
WIBREN m West Frisian, East Frisian
Frisian form of Wibern, an ancient Germanic given name which was often encountered as a variant form of WIGBERN and WITUBERN... [more]
WICADITH m Incan Mythology (Anglicized, Rare)
Means "shiny" in ancient Tulalip-inca tribe scripts,as in Bagobago 1,87: "With thee shall be the song of the wekkadeth birds"
WICEK m Polish
Diminutive of WINCENTY.
WICHAI m Thai
Means "victory" in Thai.
WICHARD m Dutch, Frisian, German
Dutch, Frisian and German form of WIGHARD.
WICHIAN m Thai
Means "lightning" or "diamond" in Thai.
WICHO m Theology
Alternate name of St. WICTERP.
WICK m Kashubian
Diminutive of WINCÃT.
WICLEF m English
Variant of WYCLEF.
WICTERP m Theology
Bishop and Catholic saint, also called WICHO.
WICUŚ m Polish
Diminutive of WINCENTY.
WIDEWUTO m Prussian, Baltic Mythology
Derived from the Old Prussian adjective videvis meaning "aware, informed" as well as "known" combined with an Old Prussian diminutive suffix that is the equivalent of the modern Lithuanian masculine diminutive suffix -utis... [more]
WIDIYANTO m Indonesian, Javanese
Means "knowledgeable, clever", derived from Sanskrit विद्या (vidyā) meaning "knowledge, wisdom".
WIDODO m Indonesian, Javanese
Means "prosperous, healthy" in Javanese.
WIDRADUS m Theology
Benedictine abbot of Flavigny, France, also called WARE.
WIDULF m Ancient Germanic
Variant spelling of WITULF.
WIDURA f & m Sanskrit, Indian, Hindi, Sinhalese
meaning- learned or clever, skilled, intelligent
WIĘCEMIŁ m Polish
Old Polish name for men, composed of members Więce "more" and Mil "nice" . Means "one who is nicer than the others".
WIEGER m West Frisian, North Frisian
Wieger is a derivative from Wigger, a German aggregation of: Wig wich means warrior or battle, and Her wich means army. So it means combattant in the army.
WIEGERT m West Frisian
Variant spelling of WIGERT.
WIEŃCZYSŁAW m Polish
18th-century coinage of debated origin and meaning. Theories include a variant of WIĘCESŁAW, influenced by Russian VYACHESLAV.
WIERD m West Frisian
Variant form of WIARD.... [more]
WIEROSŁAW m Polish
Variant form of WIAROSŁAW.
WIERZCHOSŁAW m Polish
Polish masculine name, possibly meaning a person who comes from Wierzchosław in Goleniów County.
WIERZYMIR m Polish
Means "to believe in peace", derived from Polish wierzyć "to believe, to trust, to rely" (which is probably ultimately derived from Proto-Slavic věra "faith, belief") combined with Slavic mir "peace".
WIES f & m Dutch, Flemish, Limburgish
This name is a unisex name in Dutch and Flemish. For male bearers, it is a short form of ALOYSIUS and LOUIS, whereas for female bearers, it is a short form of ALOYSIA, LOUISA and LOUISE... [more]
WIESIEK m Polish
Diminutive of WIESŁAW.
WIESŁÔW m Kashubian
Kashubian form of WIESŁAW.
WIET m & f West Frisian
The name Wiet is mostly used in West Frisian, but can be found in every part of the Netherlands. The name is derived from WIETSE. The meaning of the name is "voluntarily" and "warned"... [more]
WIETS m Frisian
Form of WIDE.
WIETSE m West Frisian, Dutch
Variant spelling of WYTSE.... [more]
WIGALOIS m Arthurian Romance
The title hero of an Arthurian novel by Wirnt von Grafenberg.
WIGAN m English (Rare)
A rare personal name from the town so-named in Lancashire, itself apparently derived from a Celtic personal name.... [more]
WIGBALD m Ancient Germanic, Dutch, German
Means "bold warrior", derived from Old High German wîg "warrior" combined with Old High German bald "bold, brave."
WIGBEORN m Anglo-Saxon
Anglo-Saxon cognate of WIGBERN.
WIGBERN m Ancient Germanic
Derived from Old High German wîg meaning "warrior" combined with Proto-Germanic beran or bernu meaning "bear" (bero and bern in Old High German).
WIGBERT m Ancient Germanic, Dutch, German
Means "bright warrior", derived from Old High German wîg "warrior" combined with Old High German beraht "bright."
WIGBOD m Ancient Germanic
Derived from Old High German wîg "warrior" combined with Gothic biutan "to offer" or Old High German boto "bid, offer."
WIGERT m West Frisian
West Frisian form of WICHARD.
WIGFRID m Ancient Germanic, German
Derived from Old High German wîg "warrior" combined with Old High German fridu "peace."
WIGHARD m Ancient Germanic, German
Derived from Old High German wîg "warrior" combined with Gothic hardus (hart in Old High German) "brave, hardy."
WIGHELM m Ancient Germanic
Derived from Old High German wîg "warrior" combined with Old High German helm "helmet, protection."
WIGHMAN m Old Danish
Old Danish form of VÍGMAÐR.
WIGILIUSZ m Polish
Polish form of VIGILIUS.
WIGLAF m Anglo-Saxon, German (Modern, Rare)
A Germanic dithematic name, combining wig (fight, battle, war etc.) and laf (what or who is left). In the context of a typical dithematic name, where the two elements may be as independent in meaning as separate names, "laf" should probably be read as "one who remains, one who survives or endures".... [more]
WIGMAN m Ancient Germanic
Derived from Old High German wîg "warrior" combined with man "man."
WIGMOND m Dutch
Dutch form of WIGMUND.
WIGNAND m Ancient Germanic, German
Derived from Old High German wîg "warrior" combined with Gothic nand "bravery" (or Gothic nanthjan "to venture, to risk, to dare").
WIGOLF m Ancient Germanic, German
Variant spelling of WIGULF.
WIGRAD m Ancient Germanic
Derived from Old High German wîg "warrior" combined with Old High German rât "counsel."
WIGRAM m Ancient Germanic, German
Derived from Old High German wîg "warrior" combined with hraban or hramn "raven."
WIGULF m Ancient Germanic
Derived from Old High German wîg "warrior" combined with Gothic vulfs "wolf."
WĪHKASKO-KISĒYIN m Cree
Means "sweetgrass" in Cree. This was the name of a 19th-century Crow man who became one of the leading Plains Cree chiefs in the Battleford region of Saskatchewan, Canada.
WIJBE m Frisian
Variant of WIBE.
WIJGERT m Dutch
Variant form of WICHARD.
WIJNAND m Dutch
Dutch form of WINAND. Known bearers of this name include the Dutch painter Wijnand Nuijen (1813-1839), the Dutch self-taught artist Wijnand Otto Jan Nieuwenkamp (1874-1950) and the Dutch general Johan Wijnand van Goor (1650-1704).
WIKASH m Hindi
Wikash (derived from the Hindi name Vikas) means expanding, progress or development in Sanskrit. It is often used as a male name in (Greater) India.
WIKKE f & m West Frisian
Frisian short form of names that contain the Old High Germanic element wîg, such as WIGBERT and WIGMAR.
WIKÒ m Kashubian
Diminutive of WIKTÓR.
WIKTÓR m Kashubian
Kashubian form of VICTOR.
WIKTORIAN m Polish
Polish form of VICTORIANUS.
WIKTORYN m Polish
Polish form of VICTORINUS.
WIKUS m Afrikaans
Afrikaans nickname for LODEWIKUS.
WIKVAYA m Native American, Hopi
Hopi name meaning "one who brings", derived from Hopi wíkva "bring, fetch" (plural wíkvaya).
WILANO m Native American
Native American boy's name meaning "Pouring water on acorn flour"
WILBERFORCE m English (Rare)
From an English surname which was taken from a place name meaning "WILBURH's ditch". (The second element is derived from Old French fosse "ditch, grave".) British author P. G. Wodehouse used it for the middle name of his famous fictional character Bertie Wooster.
WILBERTO m Spanish
Spanish form of WILBERT.
WILBRAHAM m English (British, Rare)
Transferred use of the surname WILBRAHAM.
WILBRAND m Ancient Germanic, Dutch, German
Derived from Gothic vilja "will, desire" combined with Old Norse brand "sword."
WILBURE m English
Variant of WILBUR.
WILBURTON m English
Transferred use of the surname WILBURTON.
WILBY m English
Diminutive of WILBUR.
WILCO m Dutch
Pet name, comes from names with the Germanic "Wilja" (will, wish)
WILD m English
Transferred use of the surname WILD.
WILDE m English
Transferred use of the surname WILDE.
WILDEN m English
Derived from the English locational surname Wilden (not to be confused with WELDON), which took its name from either the village Wilden in Bedfordshire or the village Wilden in Worcestershire... [more]
WILDER m & f English
Transferred use of the surname WILDER.
WILDOR m German (Rare), Spanish (Latin American)
Maybe a dithematic name formed of the Germanic name element wil "will" and the name of the Germanic god THOR.... [more]
WILEM m Dutch (Rare), Kashubian, Silesian, Literature
Dutch variant of WILLEM and Kashubian and Silesian form of WILLIAM. This is the name of a character in Patrick Rothfuss' book series, The KingKiller Chronicles.
WILFIE m English
Diminutive of names beginning with Wilf-, like WILFRED.
WILFRAM m Ancient Germanic
Ancient Anglo-Saxon... [more]
WILFRIDO m Spanish
Spanish form of WILFRID.
WILGOT m Swedish
Variant of VILGOT.
WILGRIM m Ancient Germanic
Derived from Gothic vilja "will, desire" combined with Old Norse grîma "mask."
WILHARD m Ancient Germanic, German
Derived from Gothic vilja "will, desire" combined with Gothic hardus (hart in Old High German) "brave, hardy."
WILHELMUS m Ancient Germanic (Latinized), German
Latinized form of Wilhelm (see WILLIAM).
WILHUFF m Popular Culture
Famously used in Star Wars by the infamous Grand Moff Tarkin.
WILIAM m Welsh
Welsh form of WILLIAM.
WILIAMA m Hawaiian
Hawaiian form of WILLIAM.
WILIBALD m German (Rare, Archaic), Silesian
German variant and Silesian form of WILLIBALD.
WILIK m Silesian
Diminutive of WILEM and WILYM.
WILK m Medieval Czech
Derived from Polish wilk "wolf".
WILKE m Low German
Low German diminutive of names containing the name element vil meaning "wish", "desire".
WILKEN m Low German
Low German variant of WILKE.
WILKES m English
Diminutive of WILL.
WILKIN m Old Swedish
Old Swedish variant of WILKEN.
WILKO m Dutch, German (Rare)
Diminutive of WILLIAM.... [more]
WILKOMIR m Polish
The first element of this name is derived from Polish wilk "wolf", which is ultimately derived from Proto-Slavic vьlkъ "wolf". The second element is derived from Slavic mir "peace"... [more]
WILLAIM m English
Variant of WILLIAM.
WILLAM m English
Derivative of WILLIAM.
WILLBANKS m English (Rare)
Transferred use of the surname WILLBANKS. Commonly diminutized to BANKS.
WILLBER m English
Variant of WILBUR.
WILLBUR m English
Variant of WILBUR.
WILLEE m English
Diminutive of WILLIAM.
WILLEHAD m Theology
The name of a Franciscan martyr and Catholic saint.
WILLEHADUS m Anglo-Saxon (Latinized)
Latinized form of the Old English name Willehad, composed of Old English wil meaning "will, desire" and Germanic hadu "battle, combat".
WILLEHALM m Literature, Medieval German
Willehalm is a variant form of WILHELM. It is the title of an epic by Wolfram von Eschenbach.
WILLEIC m Theology, Medieval German
Benedictine monk, a disciple of St. Swithbert.
WILLEY m & f English
Variant of WILEY.
WILLHARD m German, Dutch
German and Dutch form of WILLARD.
WILLIAMS m English (American)
Transferred use of the surname WILLIAMS.
WILLIAMSON m English (Rare)
Transferred use of the surname WILLIAMSON.
WILLIARD m English
Variant of WILLARD.
WILLIBALD m Ancient Germanic, German
Derived from Gothic vilja "will, desire" combined with Old High German bald "bold, protection."
WILLIBRORD m Dutch
Derived from Gothic vilja "will, desire" and Anglo-Saxon brord "spearhead."
WILLIGIS m Medieval German
From Willigisus, the Latinized form of a Germanic name derived from the elements wil "will, desire" and gisil "pledge, hostage"... [more]
WILLIGOD m Theology
The name of a Benedictine abbot who is now a Catholic saint.
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