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Name Origin Meaning
Wade  Middle English  a ford 
Wagner  Dutch  wagon driver 
Wakefield  Old English  wet field 
Walchelim  Anglo-Norman   
Walden  Teutonic  mighty 
Waldo  Teutonic  rule 
Waleran  Anglo-Norman   
Walker  Middle English  cloth worker 
Wallace  Old English  Welshman 
Walter  Old German  powerful warrior, rule army 
Walton  Old English  dweller by the wall 
Waman  Hindu   
Ward  Old English  to guard 
Warner  Old German  defending army 
Warren  Old German, Middle English, Teutonic, French  watchman, game keeper, enclosure, from La Varenne 
Waseem  Arabic   
Washington  Old English  from the estate of the wise one 
Watson  Old English  son of Walter 
Waverly  Old English  from the tree-lined meadow 
Wayde    angel from God 
Wayland  Old English  from the path land 
Wayne  Old English  wagon maker 
Webster  Old English  weaver 
Welcome  English  welcome guest 
Wells  Old English  from the springs 
Wendell  Teutonic  a wend 
Werner  Teutonic  Warin warrior 
Wesley  Old English  west meadow 
West  Old English   
Wetherby  Old English  ram's meadow 
Wheaton  Old English  wheat town 
Wheeler  Old English  a driver 
Whit  Old English  white 
Whitfield  Old English  from a small field 
Wid  Welsh   
Wieslav  Slavic  one with great glory 
Wihtred  Anglo-Saxon   
Wilbur  Teutonic  bright resolve 
Wilfred  Old English  much peace 
Willard  Teutonic  bold resolve 
William  Teutonic  valiant protector 
Willow  English  willow 
Wilmer  English  will famous 
Winifred  Old English  friend of peace 
Winog  Breton   
Winslow  Old English  from the friend's hill 
Winston  Old English  joy stone, victory town 
Winter  Old English  winter 
Winthrop  Old English  friendly 
Wolf  English  wolf 
Wolfgang  Teutonic  wolf strife 
Wolfram  Teutonic  wolf raven 
Woodrow  Old English  forester, row of houses by a wood 
Wren  Welsh  chief 
Wright  Old English  craftsman, carpenter 
Wulfhere  Anglo-Saxon   
Wulfnoth  Anglo-Saxon   
Wyatt  Old English, Old French  little warrior, water 
Wylie  Old English  enchanting 
Wyndam  Old English  the field with the winding path 
Wyome  Native American  plain 
Wystan  Anglo-Saxon  battle stone 

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