Wade▼, var. Wayde, Wadell, Waydell, Waddell, means "able to go; river ford". Wade is commonplace (Top 25%) as a male name, appearing commonly (Top 1%) as a last name according to the US Census. See also Watt.
Wadham, means "ford village". Unique as a name for children.
Wakefield, means "damp field". Rarely used as a birth name for boys, Wakefield exists more commonly as a last name.
Wald, means "woods, forest". Unique as a boys' name, Wald is found more frequently as a surname. See also Ward.
Waldemar, means "renowned ruler". A somewhat uncommon name for babies. See also Baldemar.
Waldron, means "powerful raven". A seldom-used name for kids, Waldron occurs more conventionally as a surname. See also Waldon.
Walford, means "brook ford". Seldom used as a given name, existing more conventionally as a last name. See also Warford.
Walker▲, means "cloth washer or walker". Both a masculine and a feminine name. The name Walker has become progressively more popular with parents since 1950.
Wallace▼, var. Walsh, Welch, Welsh, Wally▼, Wallis, Wallas, Wallie, Wallach, means "Welshman". Wallace is a commonly occurring (Top 22%) given name, occurring regularly (Top 1%) as a surname in the US Census. The form Wally is prevalent as a variation of the name.
Waller, means "wall maker; powerful one". A seldom-used name for baby boys, Waller is used more conventionally as a surname. See also Walter.
Wally▼. A somewhat rare given name, Wally is found more frequently as a surname. Name applicable for both men and women.
Walsh, means "Welsh". Scarcely used as a birth name, Walsh is used more conventionally as a last name. See also Welsh.
Walter▼, var. Wat, Walt, Wally▼, Walder, Watkins, Walther, means "army ruler". Walter and Wally have decreased in popularity as birth names for males over time. The form Wally is familiar as a variation of Walter.
Waltham, means "Walt's village". A seldom-used birth name for males.
Walton▼, means "walled town". Walton has decreased in popularity as a birth name for boys over the years. See also Warton.