Baby Names starting with W for boys



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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.

Wadley, var. Wadly, Wadleigh, means "ford meadow". Wadley is a unique given name, appearing regularly (Top 8%) as a surname according to the US Census. See also Wardley.

Wadsworth, var. Waddsworth, means "village near the ford". Wadsworth is scarcely used as a masculine name, occurring regularly (Top 3%) as a surname in the US Census.

Wagner, var. Wagoner, Waggoner, means "wagon-builder". Unique as a birth name for males, Wagner is used more commonly as a last name. See also Warner.

Wahib, var. Waheeb, means "giver, donor". A scarce birth name.

Wainwright, var. Wainright, Waynwright, Wayneright, Wainewright, Waynewright, means "wagon-builder". A rare name for children, existing more commonly as a surname.

Waite, var. Wayte, Waits, Waights, means "guard, watchman". Waite is unique as a male name, and it appears frequently (Top 2%) as a last name in the US Census. See also Whitey.

Wakefield, means "damp field". Rarely used as a birth name for boys, Wakefield exists more commonly as a last name.

Wakeley, var. Wakely, Wakelea, Wakeleigh, means "damp meadow". Scarce as a given name for baby boys, Wakeley is found more conventionally as a last name.

Wakeman, var. Wake, means "watchman". A rare baby name which is used more commonly as a surname.

Walcott, var. Wallcot, Wolcott, Wallcott, means "cottage by the wall". Walcott is an irregularly used masculine name, and it occurs frequently (Top 10%) as a last name according to the US Census.

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.

Walden, var. Waldi, Waldon, Waldenn, means "wooded valley". A scarce name for kids that exists more commonly as a surname. See also Warden.

Waldo, var. Walden, Waldron, means "rule". Waldo has trended downward in popularity as a boys' name over the years. See also Wild.

Waldorf, var. Waldorp, means "village in the woods". Seldom used as a birth name for boys, existing more conventionally as a last name. See also Walder.

Waldron, means "powerful raven". A seldom-used name for kids, Waldron occurs more conventionally as a surname. See also Waldon.

Waldwick, var. Waldwyck, means "village in the forest". Waldwick is a rarely occurring first name.

Walford, means "brook ford". Seldom used as a given name, existing more conventionally as a last name. See also Warford.

Walfred, var. Walfried, means "ruler of peace". A unique name for baby boys. See also Wilfryd.

Walid, var. Waleed, means "just born". A unique given name. See also Walt.

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.

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