Walkiria. Not often used as a given name.
Wanda▼, var. Wendy▼, Wonda, Wandy, Wenda, Wandah, Wandie, Wandis, Wonnda, Wannda, Wahnda, .. 4 more, means "the tribe of the Vandals". Wanda is a prevalent (Top 2%) women's name, and it appears often (Top 67%) as a surname in the US Census. The variation Wonda is generally used as a form of Wanda.
Warna, means "fighting defender". A given name that is little-used. See also Wanna.
Wava, means "stranger". Fairly unique as a name for kids these days, though occurring often as a first name among women in the community in the US Census. See also Tava.
Wendy▼, var. Wendi▼, Windy, Wenda, Wendye, Wendie, Wendey, Wendee, Wendaline, Wendeline, means "friend". Wendy and Wendi have been on a downward trend in popularity as names for kids over the years. The form Windy is widely used as a version of Wendy.
Whitley▼, var. Whitlea, Whittley, Whitelea, means "white meadow". Name applicable for both genders. Whitley is commonplace (Top 90%) as a given name, and it occurs regularly (Top 1%) as a surname according to the US Census.
Whitney▼, var. Whitni, Whitny, Whitnee, Whitnie, Whitnea, Whittany, Whittnie, Whittney, Whiteney, Whittaney, .. 1 more, means "white island". Also suitable as a boys' name. In favor as a name for babies (#616 the past year), Whitney also exists frequently as a last name.
Wilda▼, var. Wylda, Willda, means "Untamed; willow tree". Wilda is a prevalent (Top 21%) female name, occurring frequently (Top 55%) as a last name according to the US Census. The form Awilda is common as a version of Wilda.
Wilhelmina▼, var. Wilna, Willy, Willa▼, Wilma▼, Wylma, Willie▼, Wileen, Willeen, Wilmina, Willene▼, .. 14 more, means "determined protector". Wilhelmina, Wilma, Willie, Willene, Willa, Wilhelmine, Willene, Vilma, Velma, Minnie, Minna, Mina, Elma, Billy and Billie have waned in popularity as birth names over time. The forms Willie, Willa, Velma, Min and Billie are commonly used as variations of this name.
Willa▼, means "determined protector". Willa has trended downward in popularity as a given name for girls over the years since 1930-1939. See also Wilna.
Willow▲. Significantly used as a given name (#138 in 2014), Willow is also found conventionally as a last name. See also Willie.
Wilma▼, var. Wylma, Willma, Wilmina, means "determined protector". Fairly unusual as a birth name now, though found often as a first name among females of all ages according to the US Census. The form Vilma is prevalent as a variation of the name.
Winifred▼, var. Wina, Wynn, Winne, Wynne, Winnie▼, Wynifred, Wynafred, Winifryd, Winafred, Winfreda, .. 6 more, means "holy, blessed reconciliation; joy and peace". Winifred, Winnifred, Winnie, Freddie and Fred have trended downward in popularity as baby names over the years since 1880-1889. The forms Winnifred and Fred are commonly used as versions of Winifred.
Winola, means "charming friend". Only sporadically used as a given name for girls. See also Finola.
Winona▼, var. Wenona, Wynona▼, Winnie▼, Wynnona, Wynonna, Winonna, Winoena, Wenonah, Winnona, Winonah, means "first-born daughter". Somewhat infrequently used as a name for babies nowadays, though Winona still occurs commonly as a first name among the general female population according to the US Census. The form Wynona is common as a version of Winona.