Boys Names W-Z

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Boys Names

Origin

Meaning

Wade Old English A wanderer, or from the river crossing.
Wagner Dutch A wagon driver or wagon-maker.
Wahib Arabic The generous one.
Wahnond Teutonic The mighty protector.
Wain Old English A cart or wagon-maker.
Waine Old English A cart or wagon-maker.
Wainwright Old English A cart or wagon-maker.
Waite Old English A watchman or guard.
Wakefield Old English wet field
Wakeman Old English A watchman.
Walby Old Norse/Old English The farm by the ancient wall.
Walchelim Anglo-Norman  
Waldemar Dutch/German/Scandinavian A powerful ruler.
Walden Old English From the valley in the forest.
Waldo Teutonic The ruler.
Walenty Polish Strong, healthy.
Waleran Anglo-Norman  
Walford Old English From the ford over the stream.
Walid Arabic The newborn boy.
Walker Old English A fuller. One who thickens cloth.
Wallace Old French A foreigner, particularly a Welshman.
Walmer Old English The pool of the Welsh.
Walpole Old English From the pool by the ancient wall.
Walsh Old French A foreigner, particularly a Welshman.
Walter Teutonic An army general.
Walton Old English From the farm or town of the foreigners.
Walwyn Old English A powerful friend.
Waman Hindu  
Wang Chinese Kingly.
Warburton Old English From the fortress town.
Ward Old English A guard or watchman.
Wardell Old English From the valley of the River Wear.
Warfield Old English The field by the stream.
Warley Old English From the cattle pasture.
Warmund Old English A loyal protector.
Warner Teutonic The protecting army or warrior.
Warra Aboriginal Water.
Warrain Aboriginal Belonging to the sea.
Warren Old French/Old English To preserve. The gamepark keeper.
Warrigal Aboriginal Wild, or a dingo.
Warrun Aboriginal The sky.
Warton Old English A lookout point.
Warwick Old English From the dairy farm at the weir. An English placename.
Waseem Arabic  
Washington Old English Town of the smart.
Wasim Arabic The handsome one.
Wassily Sanskrit The God of the night sky.
Watkin Old English The son of Walter. Or an army general.
Watson Old English son of Walter
Waverley Old English To wave. From the village of the Aspen trees.
Waverly Old English from the tree-lined meadow
Wayde angel from God Waydee
Wayland Old English From the land by the crossroads or roadway.
Wayne Old English A cart or wagon-maker. Actor John Wayne helped to make this popular as a first name.
Webb Old English A weaver.
Webster Old English A weaver.
Welby Old Norse/Old English From the farm by the spring.
Welch Old French A foreigner, particularly a Welshman.
Welcome English welcome guest
Weldon Old English From the hill with a spring.
Welford Old English From the ford by the willows.
Wellington Old English From the rich man's farm.
Wells Old English From the spring or well.
Welsh Old French A foreigner, particularly a Welshman.
Wen Chinese Cultured, or ornamental.
Wenceslas Slavonic Great glory. A 10th-century bohemian saint.
Wendell Teutonic Valley or wanderer.
Wendron Cornish A placename.
Wenlock Old Welsh From the holy monastery.
Wentworth Old English Estate of the white-haired one, or a winter estate.
Werner Teutonic Warin warrior
Wesley Old English The west meadow.
West Old English Weston, Westbrook, Westby, Westcott, Weston, Westleigh
Weston Old English From the Western farm or town.
Westwood Old English From the wood to the west.
Wetherby Old English From the sheep farm.
Weylin Celtic The son of the wolf.
Weymouth Old English The mouth of the River Wey.
Wheatley Old English From the wheat meadow.
Wheaton Old English wheat town
Wheeler Old English A wheel-maker.
Whetu Polynesian A star.
Whit Old English white
Whitby Old English The white town.
Whitcombe Old English From the wide valley.
Whitfield Old English The white field.
Whitford Old English From the white ford.
Whitley Old English The white meadow or clearing.
Whitmore Old English From the white moor.
Whitney Old English From the white island. A boy or girl's name.
Whittaker Old English The white field.
Wickham Old English From the meadow homestead.
Wid Welsh  
Wieslav Slavic one with great glory
Wihtred Anglo-Saxon  
Wilbur Old English The resolute one.
Wiley Old English Wily or beguiling.
Wilford Old English The ford in the willows.
Wilfred Teutonic Desirous of peace. A peacemaker.
Wilkes Old English A strong and resolute protector.
Wilkie Old English A strong and resolute protector.
Will   From the name William, but sometimes used as an independent name.
Willard Old English Resolute and brave.
William Teutonic A strong and resolute protector.
Willis Old English A strong and resolute protector.
Willoughby Old Norse/Old English From the farm by the willows.
Wilmer Teutonic Famously resolute. From a similar origin to that of William.
Wilmot Teutonic Of resolute mind. Originally from the name William.
Wilson Old English from Teutonic The son of William. A strong and resolute protector.
Wilton Old English From the farm by the stream.
Wim Dutch/German A strong and resolute protector.
Winchester Old English Roman site.
Windsor Old English From the river bank or landing place.
Winog Breton  
Winslow Old English Hill of victory.
Winston Old English Victory town.
Winter Old English Born in the winter months. A boy or girl's name.
Winthrop Old English From a friend's village.
Winton Old English From a friend's farm.
Wirrin Aboriginal A tea-tree.
Wistan Old English The battle stone.
Witton Old English A farm by the wood.
Wolf English wolf
Wolfe Teutonic Wolf-like, courageous.
Wolfgang Teutonic Path of a wolf.
Wolfram Teutonic The wolf raven.
Wolter Dutch Dutch form of Walter.
Woodburn Old English From the stream in the wood.
Woodley Old English The meadow or clearing in the forest.
Woodrow Old English The path through the woods.
Woodward Old English A forester, a forest guardian.
Woody   The path through the woods.
Woorak Aboriginal From the plain.
Woorin Aboriginal The sun.
Worcester Old English Roman site. An English city.
Wren Old English A tiny bird. A boy or girl's name.
Wright Old English A carpenter or craftsman.
Wulfhere Anglo-Saxon  
Wulfnoth Anglo-Saxon  
Wyatt Teutonic The wide one, or from the wood or water.
Wyber Old English A battle fortress.
Wyburn Old English A battle hero.
Wye Teutonic The wide one, or from the wood.
Wykeham Old English From the meadow homestead.
Wylie Old English Wily or beguiling. A boy or girl's name.
Wyman Old English A warrior.
Wyndam Old English the field with the winding path
Wyndham Old English From the battle protector's homestead.
Wynford Welsh From the white ford.
Wynn Welsh The fair or blessed one.
Wynston Old English From a friend's estate or town.
Wynton Old English From a friend's farm.
Wyome Native American plain
Wystan Old English The battle stone.

X

Xan Galician Xian, Xoan
Xanthus Greek Golden-haired.
Xanti Basque  
Xavier Arabic/Spanish Arabic: Bright. Spanish: Of the new house.
Xenophon Greek Strange voices, or strong sounding.
Xenos Greek A stranger.
Xerxes Persian A king or ruler. The name of a famous Persian king.
Xiao Galician  
Ximen Spanish Spanish form of Simon. The listener.
Ximenes Spanish Spanish form of Simon. The listener.
Ximens Spanish Spanish form of Simon. The listener.
Ximun Basque Basque form of Simon.
Xurxo Galician  
Xylon Basque Basque form of Simon.

Y

Yadon Hebrew he will judge
Yael Hebrew A wild goat. A boy or girl's name.
Yahto Native American blue
Yakecan Dene Indian sky, song
Yakov   The modern Jewish and Russian form of Jacob. Held by the heel.
Yale Old English/Tuetonic Old English: From the corner of the land. Tuetonic: The one who pays.
Yan Hebrew God?s grace
Yancy Native American The Englishman. The word later became `Yankee'.
Yanis Hebrew God's gift
Yannick French Yannig, Vann
Yannis Greek Greek form of John.
Yaphet Hebrew Youthful.
Yardley Old English From the enclosed meadow.
Yarin Hebrew to understand
Yarn Breton Form of John.
Yarran Aboriginal An Acacia tree.
Yasar Arabic  
Yash Hindu  
Yashodhar Hindu Yashodhara
Yashovarman Hindu  
Yashpal Hindu  
Yasir Arabic Wealthy.
Yasuo Japanese peaceful one
Yates Middle English The keeper of the gates.
Yazid Arabic Ever increasing.
Yefrem Russian Fruitful. One of the sons of Joseph in the Bible.
Yehuda Jewish The praised one.
Yehudi Hebrew Praise to the Lord or aperson from Judah. A boy or girl's name.
Yener Turkish  
Yered Hebrew Form of Jared.
Yerik Russian appointed by God
Yervant Armenian an Armenian king
Yeshaya Hebrew  
Yeshe Tibetan/Sherpa Wise one.
Yestin Welsh Welsh form of Justin. Just or true.
Yevgeni Russian The noble, well-bon one.
Yigael Hebrew God will redeem.
Yigit Turkish  
Yileen Aboriginal A dream.
Yitzaak Hebrew Laughter, the laughing one.
Yitzak Hebrew Laughter, the laughing one.
Yngvar Norse of Ing?s army
Ynyr Welsh Honour.
Yobachi African pray to God
Yoel Hebrew The Lord is God.
Yogendra Hindu  
Yogesh Hindu  
Yogi Japanese one of the yoga practice
Yona Hebrew/Native American Hebrew: A dove. Native American: A bear. A boy or girl's name.
Yong Korean The brave one.
Yoram Hebrew The Lord is exalted.
Yorick Greek A tiller of the soil (farmer). From the name George.
York Celtic/Old English Celtic: The farm of the Yew tree. Old English: A boar farm.
Yosef Hebrew God shall add.
Yoshifumi Japanese  
Yoshimitsu Japanese  
Yoshiyuki Japanese  
Ysgarran Welsh  
Yuan Chinese The original.
Yudhajit Hindu  
Yuka Aboriginal A tree.
Yukio Japanese gets what he wants, God will nourish
Yul Latin A Roman family name, possibly meaning youthful. Born in July.
Yule Old English Born at Christmas.
Yuma Native American The son of a chief.
Yuri Aboriginal/Japanese/Russian Aboriginal: To hear. Also the Russian form of George. A boy or girl's name.
Yusuf Arabic Arabic form of Joseph.
Yutaka Japanese  
Yves French The little archer.

Z

Zabulon Hebrew to exhalt, honor
Zaccheo Hebrew the one God remembers
Zachariah   Remembered by the Lord.
Zacharias   Remembered by the Lord.
Zachary Hebrew The Lord has remembered.
Zadok Hebrew Just, righteous.
Zador Hungarian violent
Zafar Arabic The triumphant one.
Zafer Turkish  
Zagger unknown  
Zagon Hungarian  
Zahin Hindu  
Zahir Arabic Shining, radiant.
Zahneny Hebrew Wise and peaceful.
Zahur Egyptian a flower
Zaid African increase, growth
Zaide Yiddish elder
Zajzon Hungarian  
Zakai Aramaic, Hebrew innocent, one who is pure
Zaki Arabic Pure.
Zalen Hungarian thrower, hitter
Zale Old English To sell, or a salary.
Zalman Yiddish Wise and peaceful.
Zamir Hebrew A songbird.
Zamor Hungarian plough-land
Zander Greek The protector and helper of mankind. Also see Sanders.
Zane Hebrew God is gracious. A boy or girl's name.
Zanebono Italian the good one
Zani Albanian  
Zaniel Latin angel of mondays
Zanipolo Italian little gift of God
Zann Hebrew  
Zanobi Latin scarsly alive
Zarend Hungarian gold
Zared Hebrew An ambush.
Zarek Greek may God protect the king
Zavier Arabic/Spanish Arabic: Bright. Spanish: Of the new house.
Zayden Hebrew  
Zazu Hebrew movement
Zbigniew Slavonic To get rid of anger. A common Polish name.
Zdenek Czech one from Sidon, a winding sheet
Zebadiah Hebrew Gift of the Lord.
Zebedeo Aramaic servant of God
Zebulon Hebrew home
Zebulun Hebrew Exaltation or the dwelling place. One of the sons of Leah and Jacob in the Bible.
Zechariah Hebrew The Lord has remembered.
Zedekiah Hebrew The justice of the Lord.
Zeeman Dutch A sailor or seaman.
Zefirino Greek wind of spring
Zeke Hebrew God strengthens, or the strength of God. From the name Ezekiel.
Zeki Turkish  
Zeko Hungarian  
Zelig Jewish Blessed fortunate.
Zelipe Aragonese  
Zelman Hebrew Wise and peaceful.
Zelotes Greek Zealous.
Zenas Greek Living.
Zennor Cornish The name of a village. A boy or girl's name.
Zeno Greek A stranger.
Zenoa Hebrew  
Zenobio Greek strength of Jupiter
Zenon Greek A stranger.
Zenos Greek A stranger.
Zephan Hebrew treasured by God
Zephaniah Hebrew Hidden by God.
Zeren Turkish  
Zerind Hungarian Serb
Zero Greek seeds
Zeroun Armenian A sage.
Zetany Hungarian  
Zeth Greek investigator, researcher
Zeus Greek The father of the Gods, or living. The ruler of the heavens in ancient Greek mythology.
Zev Hebrew, Hindu deer, wolf
Zia Arabic Splendour or ripened grain. A boy or girl's name.
Ziff Hebrew wolf
Ziggy Slavonic To get rid of anger. A common Polish name.
Zigmond Teutonic A victorious protector.
Zigmund Teutonic A victorious protector.
Zion Hebrew a sign
Zircon Persian A mineral name.
Ziv Hebrew Full of life.
Ziven Slavic vigorous and alive
Zoard Hungarian  
Zobor Hungarian gathering
Zoello Greek son of Zoe
Zoilo Greek lively
Zoland Hebrew  
Zoltan Arabic A ruler or sultan. A popular Hungarian name.
Zombor Hungarian buffalo
Zoran Slavonic Of the dawn.
Zoroaster Persian A golden star.
Zorro Slavic golden dawn
Zosimo Greek lively
Zotico Greek lively
Zowie Gaelic  
Zsigmond Hungairan victorious defender
Zsolt Hungarian name of an honor
Zubin Hebrew The exalted one.
Zuriel Hebrew God is my foundation.
Zurl Hebrew