If you want a wonderful baby boy name that starts with the letter W, we’ve got everything from William to Wyclef.
Perhaps no other name invokes literary thoughts as this one does. William Shakespeare first jumps to mind, as do poet William... Read More
Part cowboy and part gentleman, it's not hard to see why Wyatt has been riding the name popularity train as of late. Read More
Teutonic: Protecting army
Native American: Dancing girl (Sioux)
English: Medieval given name from Scandinavian mythology. Also English surname referring to a water crossing.
Scandinavian: Medieval given name from Scandinavian mythology. Also English surname referring to a water crossing.
English: From the farm
Even long after its popularity has worn off, Winston continues to retain its British connection and distinguished air. Most... Read More
German: Resolute, brilliant
German: Peaceful ruler
English: Son of Wat
Willie is a nickname for William, but it can also stand on its own— part of the huge trend of using common nicknames as... Read More
German: Resolute protector; will meaning strong and helm meaning helmet. For centuries after the Norman conquest in 1066 large numbers...
English: From the field by the weir (trap for catching fish); surname
Waylon is an Old English name that hasn't had much traction in America until it moved up an astounding 200 spots in less... Read More
English: From the wealthy estate
English: From the Welshman''s dwellings
English: From the true man''s manor
English: From the friend''s (or friendly) town or settlement, or from Wine''s town or settlement; surname
English: Well-watered meadow; sounds like wily, meaning beguiling or clever; variant of Wylie
English: From the willow farm
English: From the wooded valley; For many, this name is associated with Walden, a classic piece of American literature from Henry...
German: Untamed, wild
Russian: Foreign woman, stranger, exotic; variant of Varvara, which is itself a variant of Barbara
Native American: Brother (Algonquin)