Boy Baby Names Beginning with the letter W

Baby Names Origin Meaning
Wacfeld English From Wake's field
Wacian Anglo-Saxon Watchful
Wacian English Alert
Wacleah English From Wake's meadow
Wacuman English Watchman
Wada English Advancer
Wadanhyll English From the advancer's hill
Wade Anglo-Saxon Moving
Wade English Advancer; Medieval given name from Scandinavian mythology. Also English surname referring to a water crossing.
Wadley English From Wade's meadow
Wadsworth English From Wade's estate
Waed English Advancer
Waefreleah English From the quaking aspen tree meadow
Waer English Wary
Waerheall English From the true man's manor
Waeringawicum English Fortress
Waescburne English From the flooding brook
Wafiyy Arabic Loyal
Wagner German Wagon maker
Wahanassatta Native American He who walks with his toes turned outward (Cheyenne)
Wahchinksapa Native American Wise (Sioux)
Wahchintonka Native American Has much Practice (Sioux)
Wahkan Native American Sacred (Sioux)
Wain English Craftsman
Wainwright English Wagon maker
Wait English Guard
Waite English Guard
Wake English Alert
Wakefield English From Wake's field
Wakeley English From Wake's meadow
Wakeman English Watchman
Wakiza Native American Desperate warrior
Wakler English Thickener of cloth
Walbridge English From the Welshman's bridge
Walbrydge English From the Welshman's bridge
Walby English From the Welshman's dwellings
Walcot English Lives in the Welshman's cottage
Walcott English Lives in the Welshman's cottage
Waldemar German Famous ruler
Waldemarr German Famous ruler
Walden German Powerful. Abbreviation of Oswald.
Walden English From the Welshman's valley
Waldhramm German Ruling raven
Waldifrid German Peaceful ruler
Waldmunt German Mighty protector
Waldo English Powerful. Abbreviation of Oswald.
Waldo German Powerful. Abbreviation of Oswald.
Waldon English From the Welshman's hill
Waldrom German Ruling raven
Waldron English From the Welshman's hill
Waldron German Powerful. Abbreviation of Oswald.
Waleis English From Wales
Walford English From the Welshman's ford
Walfred German Peaceful ruler
Walfrid German Peaceful ruler
Walker English Worker in cloth.
Wallace German A Welshman
Wallace English From Wales
Wallace Scottish Welshman; stranger.
Wallace Anglo-Saxon Stranger
Wallache German A Welshman
Waller English Mason
Waller German Army ruler
Wallis English From Wales
Wallis Anglo-Saxon Stranger
Wally German Variant of Walter rules; conquers.
Walmond German Mighty protector
Walsh English From Wales
Walt German Variant of Walter rules; conquers.
Walten German Ruler
Walter German Powerful ruler
Walthari German Powerful ruler
Walton English From the Welshman's farm
Walton German Variant of Walter rules; conquers.
Waluyo Indonesia Selamat. Lucky. (Submitted by Babies Online Member)
Walworth English From the Welshman's farm
Walwyn English Welsh friend
Wamblee Native American Eagle (Sioux)
Wambleesha Native American White eagle (Sioux)
Wanageeska Native American White spirit (Sioux)
Wanahton Native American Charger (Sioux)
Wanikiy Native American Savior (Sioux)
Wann Anglo-Saxon Dark
Wanrrick English Fortress
Wapi Native American Lucky
Waqas Arabic Fighter (Submitted by Babies Online Member)
Waquini Native American Hook nose (Cheyenne)
Ward Irish Bard. Surname.
Ward English Guard
Warde English Guard
Wardell English From the guardian's hill
Warden English Guard
Wardley English From the guardian's meadow
Ware Anglo-Saxon Wise
Ware English Wary
Wareine English Gamekeeper
Waren German Loyal
Warenhari German Defending warrior
Warfield English From the field by the weir
Warford English From the farm by the weir
Warian Anglo-Saxon Attend
Warleigh English From the weir meadow
Warley English From the weir meadow
Warner German Defending warrior
Warner English Defender.
Warrane French Warden of the game
Warren German Loyal
Warren English Gamekeeper Defender.
Warrick English Fortress
Warriner Unknown (Submitted by Babies Online Member)
Warton English From the farm by the weir
Wartun English From the farm by the weir
Warwyk English Fortress
Washbourne English From the flooding brook
Washburn English From the flooding brook
Washburne English From the flooding brook
Washington English From the intelligent one's farm
Wasim Arabic Handsome
Wat English Hurdle
Watelford English From the hurdle ford
Watford English From the hurdle ford
Watkins English Son of Watt
Watson English Son of Walter
Watt English Hurdle
Wattekinson English Son of Watt
Wattesone English Son of Walter
Wattikinson English Son of Watt
Wattkins English Son of Watt
Watts English Son of Walter
Wattson English Son of Walter
Waverly English From the quaking aspen tree meadow
Wayde English Medieval given name from Scandinavian mythology. Also English surname referring to a water crossing.
Waydell English Medieval given name from Scandinavian mythology. Also English surname referring to a water crossing.
Waylan English Variant of Wayland. The mythological Scandinavian Wayland was a blacksmith with supernatural powers. Modern singer Waylon Jennings.
Wayland English From the land by the highway. The mythological Scandinavian Wayland was a blacksmith with supernatural powers.
Waylin English Variant of Wayland. The mythological Scandinavian Wayland was a blacksmith with supernatural powers. Modern singer Waylon Jennings.
Waylon English Variant of Wayland. The mythological Scandinavian Wayland was a blacksmith with supernatural powers. Modern singer Waylon Jennings.
Wayne English Craftsman
Wayson Unknown Courage, most strong man, lovely, moonlight. (Submitted by Babies Online Member)
Wayte English Guard
Wealaworth English From the Welshman's farm or Welsh friend
Weallcot English Lives in the Welshman's cottage
Weallere English Mason
Weard English Guard
Weardhyll English From the guardian's hill
Weardleah English From the guardian's meadow
Weatherby English From the wether sheep farm
Weatherly English From the wether sheep meadow
Weayaya Native American Setting sun (Sioux)
Webb English Weaver
Webbe English Weaver
Webbeleah English From the weaver's meadow
Webber German Weaver
Webbestre English Weaver
Weber German Weaver
Webley English From the weaver's meadow
Webster English Weaver.: -ster ending on English occupational surnames indicates the work was originally a female occupation.
Weddell English From the advancer's hill
Wegland English From the land by the highway
Weifield English From the field by the weir
Weiford English From the farm by the weir
Weirley English From the weir meadow
Welborn English From the spring brook
Welborne English From the spring brook
Welburn English From the spring brook
Welby English From the spring farm
Welch English From Wales
Weldon English From the spring hill
Welford English From the spring by the ford
Welile South Africa To cross over (Submitted by Babies Online Member)
Welles English Lives by the spring
Wellington English From the wealthy estate
Wellington Anglo-Saxon From the wealthy estate
Wells English Lives by the spring
Welsh English From Wales
Welton English From the spring farm
Wematin Native American Brother (Algonquin)
Wemilat Native American Of wealthy parents
Wendale German Traveler; wanderer.
Wendale English Traveler; wanderer.
Wendall German Traveler; wanderer.
Wendall English Traveler; wanderer.
Wendel German Wanders
Wendell English Traveler; wanderer.
Wendell German Wanders
Wendlesora English From Windsor
Wentworth English From the white one's estate
Weolingtun English From the wealthy estate
Weorth English From the farm
Werian Anglo-Saxon Defends
Werner German Defending warrior
Wes English West meadow. Variant of the English surname Westley.
Wesker Unknown (Submitted by Babies Online Member)
Wesley English From the west meadow
Wessley English West meadow. Variant of the English surname Westley.
West English West town. Surname.
Westbroc English From the west brook
Westbrook English From the west brook
Westby English From the west farm
Westcot English From the west cottage
Westcott English From the west cottage
Westen English West town. Surname.
Westin English West town. Surname.
Westleah English From the west meadow
Westley English From the west meadow
Weston English West town. Surname.
Westun English From the west
Westyn Unknown (Submitted by Babies Online Member)
Wetherby English From the wether sheep farm
Wetherly English From the wether sheep meadow
Wethrby English From the wether sheep farm
Wethrleah English From the wether sheep meadow
Weyland English From the land by the highway
Weylin Celtic Son of the wolf
Weylyn Celtic Son of the wolf
Wharton English From the estate at the hollow
Wheatley English From the wheat meadow
Wheeler English Wheel maker
Whelan Irish Joyful
Whistler English Piper
Whitby English From the white farm
Whitcomb English From the white hollow
Whitelaw English From the white hill
Whitfield English From the white field
Whitford English From the white ford
Whitlaw English From the white hill
Whitley English From the white meadow
Whitlock English Blond
Whitman English White haired
Whitmoor English From the white moor
Whitmore English From the white moor
Whitney Anglo-Saxon From the white island
Whitney English From the white haired man's estate
Whittaker English From the white field
Whytlok English Blond
Wiatt English Guide
Wiatt French Guide
Wicasa Native American Sage (Dakota)
Wiccum English From the village meadow
Wichamm English From the village meadow
Wichell English From the bend in the road
Wickam English From the village meadow
Wickley English From the village meadow
Wicleah English From the village meadow
Wiellaburne English From the spring brook
Wiellaby English From the spring farm
Wielladun English From the spring hill
Wiellaford English From the spring by the ford
Wiellatun English From the spring farm
Wigmaere English Famous in battle
Wigman English Warrior
Wikvaya Native American One who brings (Hopi)
Wilbart German Resolute or brilliant
Wilber German Willful; bright.
Wilber English Willful; bright.
Wilbert German Resolute or brilliant
Wilbert English Willful; bright.
Wilbur German Resolute or brilliant
Wilbur Anglo-Saxon Dearly loved stronghold
Wilbur English From the strong fortress Willful; bright.
Wilburn German Willful; bright.
Wilburn English Willful; bright.
Wilburt English Willful; bright.
Wilburt German Resolute or brilliant
Wildon English From the wooded hill
Wiley English Well-watered meadow.
Wilford English From the willow ford Desires peace.
Wilford German Desires peace.
Wilfred German Resolute or peaceful
Wilfred English Peace
Wilfredo German Desires peace.
Wilfredo English Desires peace.
Wilfrid German Resolute or peaceful
Wilfrid Anglo-Saxon Name of a saint
Wilfrid English Peace
Wilfryd English Peace
Wilhelm German German form of William
Will English Diminutive of William Resolute protector; will.
Will-Rich Anglo-Germanic Wilhelm (Will(iam) and meaning of Otto (Rich) (Submitted by Babies Online Member)
Willa English Resolute
Willaburh English From the strong fortress
Willamar German Resolute or famous
Willaperht German Resolute or brilliant
Willard German Bold; resolute.
Willard English Resolute or brave
Willem Celtic Valiant protector. (Submitted by Babies Online Member)
Willesone English Son of William
Willhard English Resolute or brave
William German Resolute protector; will. For a long time after the Norman conquest in A.D. 1066 many English boys were given some form of William the Conquer's name. William. The firstborn son of Prince Charles is named William.
William French Determined protector
William English Resolute protector; will. For a long time after the Norman conquest in A.D. 1066 many English boys were given some form of William the Conquer's name. The firstborn son of Prince Charles is named William.
Williamon German German form of William
Williams German Resolute protector; will. Surname.
Williams English Son of William
Williamson English Son of William
Willie English Resolute; will Abbreviation of names beginning with Will-
Williemar Spanish Strength and happiness (Submitted by Babies Online Member)
Willifrid German Resolute or peaceful
Willimod German Resolute spirit
Willis English Resolute protector; will. Surname.
Willis German Resolute protector; will. Surname.
Willmar German Resolute or famous
Willmarr German Resolute or famous
Willoughby English From the willow farm
Willsn Anglo-Saxon Wishes
Willy English Diminutive of William or any names begining with Will- ; Resolute protector; will.
Wilmar German Resolute or famous
Wilmer German Resolute or famous
Wilmer English Resolute; famous.
Wilmod German Resolute spirit
Wilmot German Resolute spirit
Wilpert German Resolute or brilliant
Wilson English Son of Will. Surname.
Wilton English From the farm by the spring
Win English Friend
Wincel English From the bend in the road
Winchell Anglo-Saxon Drawer of water
Windell German Traveler; wanderer.
Windell English Traveler; wanderer.
Windgate English From the winding gate
Windham English From the windy viIlage
Windsor English From Windsor
Wine English Friend
Wine Anglo-Saxon Friend
Winefield English From a friend's field
Winefrith English Friend of peace
Winetorp English From Wine's estate
Winfield English Stone marker of friendship. Surname.
Winfred English Friend of peace
Winfrid English Friend of peace
Winfrith English Friend of peace
Wingate English From the winding gate
Winn English Friend
Winslow English Stone marker of friendship. Surname.
Winslowe English From Wine's hill
Winsor English From Windsor
Winston English From Wine's farm
Winswode English From Wine's forest
Wintanweorth English From the white one's estate
Winter English Born in the winter
Winter Anglo-Saxon Year
Winthorp English From Wine's estate
Winthrop English From Wine's estate
Winton English From Wine's farm
Winward English From Wine's forest
Winwodem English From Wine's forest
Winwood English From Wine's forest
Wireceaster English From the alder forest army camp
Wirt Anglo-Saxon Worthy
Wise Irish Ardent or wise
Wisnu Indian God of preserver. (Submitted by Babies Online Member)
Wissian Anglo-Saxon Guide
Witt English Wise
Witta English Wise
Wittahere English Wise wamor
Wittatun English From the wise man's estate
Witter English Wise wamor
Witton English From the wise man's estate
Wodeleah English From the wooded meadow
Woden Anglo-Saxon King of the gods
Wohehiv Native American Dull knife (Cheyenne)
Wokaihwokomas Native American White antelope (Cheyenne)
Wolcott English Lives in Wolfe's cottage
Wolf English Wolf
Wolfcot English Lives in Wolfe's cottage
Wolfe English Wolf
Wolfgang German Advancing wolf
Wolfric German Wolf ruler
Wolfrick German Wolf ruler
Wolfrik German Wolf ruler
Wontez Unknown (Submitted by Babies Online Member)
Woodley English From the wooded meadow
Woodman English Hunter
Woodrow English From the cottages in the wood. Woody: (English) Variant of Woodrow From the cottages in the wood.
Woodruff English Bailiff
Woodward English Forester
Woolcott English Lives in Wolfe's cottage
Woolsey English Victorious wolf
Worcester English From the alder forest army camp
Worden English Defender or guard
Wordsworth English World guardian
Worrell English From the true man's manor
Worth English From the farm
Worthington Anglo-Saxon From the river's side
Worton English From the vegetable farm
Wregan Anglo-Saxon Accuses
Wright English Craftsman
Wright Anglo-Saxon Tradesman
Wryhta English Craftsman
Wselfwulf Anglo-Saxon Wolf of slaughter
Wudoweard English Forester
Wulf English Wolf
Wulf Anglo-Saxon Wolf
Wulfcot English Lives in Wolfe's cottage
Wulffrith English Wolf of peace
Wulfgar English Wolf spear
Wulfgar Anglo-Saxon Wolf spear
Wulfhere Anglo-Saxon Name of a king
Wulfsige English Victorious wolf
Wulfweardsweorth English World guardian
Wurt Anglo-Saxon Worthy
Wuyi Native American Soaring turkey vulture (Miwok)
Wyatt French Guide
Wyatt English Guide
WycIyf English From the white cliff
Wycliff English From the white cliff
WyIfrid English Friend of peace
WyIltun English From the farm by the spring
Wylee Danish Strong defender of righteousness, Angel of Happiness. (Submitted by Babies Online Member)
Wylie English Well-watered meadow.
Wylie Anglo-Saxon Enchanting
Wyligby English From the willow farm
Wylingford English From the willow ford
Wyman Anglo-Saxon Fighter
Wyman English Warrior
Wymer English Famous in battle
Wynchell Anglo-Saxon Drawer of water
Wyndell English Friend. Surname.
Wyndham English From the windy viIlage
Wyne Anglo-Saxon Friend
Wyne English Friend
Wynfield English From a friend's field
Wynfrith English Friend of peace
Wynn English Friend. Variants are English surnames in rare use as given names.
Wynne Celtic Fair
Wynono Native American First born
Wynston English From Wine's farm
Wynter English Born in the winter
Wynthrop English From Wine's estate
Wynton English Friend. Surname.
Wynward English From Wine's forest
Wynwode English From Wine's forest
Wyrttun English From the vegetable farm
Wyth English From the willow tree
Wythe English From the willow tree

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