Elements Starting with W

usage
type
wa Japanese
Japanese goon reading of .
wacar Ancient Germanic
Germanic element meaning "vigilant".
wacu Anglo-Saxon
Old English word meaning "wake, vigil".
wad Ancient Germanic
Germanic element meaning "to go".
waddi Ancient Germanic
Frankish word meaning "wager, pledge".
wægn Anglo-Saxon
Old English word meaning "wagon".
wæter Anglo-Saxon
Old English word meaning "water".
wagan Old High German
Old High German word meaning "wagon".
wai Polynesian
Polynesian word meaning "water".
wald 1 Ancient Germanic
Germanic element meaning "power, leader, ruler".
wald 2 Old High German
Old High German word meaning "forest".
waleis Medieval French
Norman French word meaning "foreigner, Celt", ultimately of Germanic origin.
walha Ancient Germanic
Germanic element meaning "foreigner, Celt".
wali ولِي Arabic
Arabic word meaning "guardian, friend".
wandal Ancient Germanic
Germanic element meaning "Vandal", referring to the Germanic tribe.
wáng Chinese
Chinese character meaning "king, monarch".
wàng Chinese
Chinese character meaning "gaze, hope".
wang Old High German
Old High German word meaning "meadow".
wangi Malay
Malay word meaning "fragrant".
wango Ancient Germanic
Germanic word meaning "cheek".
war Ancient Germanic
Germanic element meaning "vigilant, cautious".
wara Japanese
Means "meadow, field, plain", from a Japanese nanori reading of yuán.
warda Late Roman
Late Latin word meaning "guard, guardian", of Germanic origin.
warderobe Medieval French
Old French word meaning "wardrobe".
warin Ancient Germanic
Germanic element meaning "guard, protect".
wark ወርቅ Eastern African, Amharic
Amharic word meaning "gold".
wart Ancient Germanic
Germanic element meaning "guard, guardian".
wata Japanese
Japanese kun reading of .
watar Old Dutch
Old Dutch word meaning "water".
wazzar Old High German
Old High German word meaning "water".
wealcan Anglo-Saxon
Old English word meaning "to move".
weald 1 Anglo-Saxon
Old English element meaning "power, leader, ruler".
weald 2 Anglo-Saxon
Old English word meaning "forest".
wealh Anglo-Saxon
Old English element meaning "foreigner, Celt".
weall Anglo-Saxon
Old English word meaning "wall".
weard Anglo-Saxon
Old English element meaning "guard, guardian".
weban Old High German
Old High German word meaning "to weave".
wefa Ancient Germanic
Germanic element meaning "wife, woman".
wefan Anglo-Saxon
Old English word meaning "to weave".
weg Anglo-Saxon, Old High German, Old Dutch
Germanic word meaning "way, path, road".
wehi Hawaiian
Hawaiian word meaning "adornment".
wehsal Old High German
Old High German word meaning "to change".
wèi 卫, 衛 Chinese
Chinese character meaning "guard, protect".
wěi 伟, 偉 Chinese
Chinese character meaning "great, robust, extraordinary".
wēi 1 Chinese
Chinese character meaning "power, pomp".
wēi 2 Chinese
Chinese character meaning "high, lofty, towering".
wēi 3 Chinese
Chinese character meaning "small".
wēi 4 Chinese
Chinese character meaning "fern".
wela Ancient Germanic
Germanic word possibly meaning "skilled, artful".
well Anglo-Saxon
Old English word meaning "well, spring, water hole".
wén 1 Chinese
Chinese character meaning "literature, culture, writing".
wén 2 Chinese
Chinese character meaning "cloud patterns".
wēn 温, 溫 Chinese
Chinese character meaning "warm".
weoh Anglo-Saxon
Old English word meaning "idol, image".
weosule Anglo-Saxon
Old English word meaning "weasel".
wer 1 Ancient Germanic
Germanic element meaning "true".
wer 2 Anglo-Saxon
Old English word meaning "dam, weir".
werra Late Roman
Late Latin word meaning "war", of Germanic origin.
wert Ancient Germanic
Germanic element meaning "worthy".
west Anglo-Saxon, Old High German, Old Dutch
Germanic word meaning "west".
wíc Anglo-Saxon
Old English word meaning "village, town", ultimately from Latin vicus.
wid Ancient Germanic
Germanic element meaning "wide".
wig Ancient Germanic, Anglo-Saxon
Germanic element meaning "war, battle".
wijk Dutch
Dutch word meaning "neighbourhood, district", ultimately from Latin vicus.
wil Ancient Germanic, Anglo-Saxon
Germanic element meaning "will, desire".
wilga Old Dutch
Old Dutch word meaning "willow".
wilig Anglo-Saxon
Old English word meaning "willow".
win Ancient Germanic
Germanic element meaning "friend".
windos Ancient Celtic (Hypothetical)
Celtic word meaning "white".
wine Anglo-Saxon
Old English element meaning "friend".
wingart Old High German
Old High German word meaning "vineyard".
winn Anglo-Saxon
Old English word meaning "meadow, pasture".
wintar Old High German
Old High German word meaning "winter".
winter Anglo-Saxon
Old English word meaning "winter".
wirt Old High German
Old High German word meaning "host".
wisos Medieval Baltic
Baltic element meaning "all".
wit 1 Ancient Germanic
Germanic element meaning "wide, large".
wit 2 Medieval Dutch
Middle Dutch word meaning "white".
witu Ancient Germanic
Germanic element meaning "tree, wood".
wiz Old High German, Ancient Germanic
Old High German word meaning "white".
挝, 撾 Chinese
Alternate reading of zhūa.
wold Medieval Baltic
Baltic element meaning "to rule".
wolf English
English word meaning "wolf".
won 1 元, 원 Korean
Korean reading of yuán.
won 2 媛, 원 Korean
Korean reading of yuàn.
won 3 原, 원 Korean
Korean reading of yuán.
worþ Anglo-Saxon
Old English word meaning "enclosure".
1 吴, 吳 Chinese
Chinese character referring to the ancient state of Wu, which existed from the 11th to 5th centuries BC in what is now Jiangsu province.
2 Chinese
Chinese character meaning "I, me".
1 务, 務 Chinese
Chinese character meaning "affairs, business".
2 Chinese
Chinese character meaning "enlightenment, awakening".
1 Chinese
Chinese character meaning "five".
2 Chinese
Chinese character meaning "military, martial".
3 Chinese
Chinese character meaning "dance".
wudu Anglo-Saxon
Old English word meaning "tree, wood".
wulf Ancient Germanic, Anglo-Saxon, German
Germanic element meaning "wolf", as well as the modern German word for "wolf".
wunn Ancient Germanic
Germanic element meaning "joy, bliss".
wurhto Old High German
Old High German word meaning "wright, maker".
wynn Anglo-Saxon
Old English element meaning "joy, bliss".
wyrhta Anglo-Saxon
Old English word meaning "wright, maker".