Wheelwright 6 Stems fr. Old English language. "Wheel maker." A rare children's name, Wheelwright occurs more conventionally as a surname. ..
Whistler 7 From Old English element. "Whistler or piper." Whistler, like Littler (Upper 14%), Zeitler (10%), is a common surname with the -tler ending.
Whitbeck 8 Source fr. Old English element. "White stream." Whitbeck is not often adopted as a children's name.
Whitehead 12 From Old English language. "Fair-headed." Whitehead is uncommon as a children's name.
Whitfield 14 From Old English element. "White field." Unique. Whitfield, like Winnfield, Wynfield, ends with the familiar masculine-sounding -ield.
Whitford 15 Based on Old English word. "White ford." Not in Top 1000.
Whitley 16 Derivative of Old English. "White meadow." Common surname. Compare Whitley, and last names Artley (Top 23%), Martley (78%), with the -tley ending. Gender-neutral name.
Whitlock 17 Origin fr. Old English. "White lock of hair." Rather unusual as a birth name, Whitlock is found more often as a surname.
Whitman 18 Based on Old English language. "White man." Common surname, like surnames Whittam (Upper 73%), Whitnah (65%), which also begin with Whi-.
Whitney▼ 20 Based on Old English word. "White island." Gender-neutral name. Common surname. Compare Whitney, and surnames Whitnah (Top 65%), Whitener (5%), with the Whit- prefix.