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Meaning of the Name Wain

The first name Wain is of English origin. It is often a boy name. It has the following meaning(s):

English: Craftsman

Similar Names

Wann | Wayne | Wim | Win | Wine | Winn | Wyn | Wynn | Wan | Wauna |

Related Names

Agravain  (Arthurian Legend)
Brother of Gawain
Cha'kwaina  (Native American)
One Who Cries (Hopi)
Clarissant  (Arthurian Legend)
Sister of Gawain
Dewain  (Celtic)
Song
Dwain  (Irish)
Dark. Many Irish and Scottish Names Have the Meaning 'Dark' or 'Black.'
Dwaine  (Irish)
Dark. Many Irish and Scottish Names Have the Meaning 'Dark' or 'Black.'
Escanor  (Arthurian Legend)
Knight Slain by Gawain
Florence  (Arthurian Legend)
Son of Gawain
Galantyne  (Arthurian Legend)
Gawain's Sword
Galatyn  (Arthurian Legend)
Gawain's Sword
Gavan  (Welsh)
Hawk of the Battle: White Hawk. from the Medieval Name Gawain. See Also Gwayne
Gavan  (Scottish)
White Hawk. from the Medieval Name Gawain. See Also Gwayne
Gavin  (Scottish)
A Scottish Derivative of the Old German Name Gawin, Meaning 'District of Land'. Also a Variant of the Scottish Name Gawain, Meaning Little Hawk or White Hawk
Gavin  (Welsh)
Hawk of the Battle: White Hawk. from the Medieval Name Gawain. See Also Gwayne
Gavin  (Arthurian Legend)
Variant of Gawain: Gawain Was a Nephew of King Arthur, and One of the Knights of the Round Table, Described in the Poem 'sir Gawain and the Green Knight'
Gavin  (Scottish)
White Hawk (Gavan, Gawain, Gawen)
Gavyn  (Scottish)
White Hawk. from the Medieval Name Gawain. See Also Gwayne
Gavyn  (Welsh)
Hawk of the Battle: White Hawk. from the Medieval Name Gawain. See Also Gwayne
Gawain  (Celtic)
From Arthurian Legend
Gawain  (Welsh)
From the Welsh Words for Little or White Hawk. Hawk of the Battle
Gawain  (Arthurian Legend)
Gawain Was a Nephew of King Arthur, and One of the Knights of the Round Table, Described in the Poem 'sir Gawain and the Green Knight'
Gawain  (Scottish)
Little Hawk. White Hawk
Gawain  (English)
Battle Hawk
Gringalet  (Arthurian Legend)
Gawain's Horse
Gringolet  (Arthurian Legend)
Gawain's Horse
Guerehes  (Arthurian Legend)
Brother of Gawain
Gwayne  (Welsh)
White Hawk. Variant of the Medieval Name Gawain
Marc  (English)
Variant of Mark: Derived from Latin 'Marcus': Mars (Roman God of War). St. Mark Was the Author of the Second Gospel. Famous Bearer: Mark Twain (-). Mark Twain's Real Name Was Samuel Clemens
Margawse  (Arthurian Legend)
Mother of Gawain
Mark  (English)
Derived from Latin 'Marcus': Mars (Roman God of War). St. Mark Was the Author of the Second Gospel. Famous Bearer: Mark Twain (-). Mark Twain's Real Name Was Samuel Clemens
Morgawse  (Arthurian Legend)
Mother of Gawain
Morguase  (Arthurian Legend)
Mother of Gawain
Owain  (Arthurian Legend)
Son of Urien
Owain  (Greek)
Variant of Eugene: Well-born. Famous Bearer: Prince Eugene of Savoy; American Playwright Eugene O'Neill
Owain  (English)
Variant of Ewen: Variant of Eoghan or Eugene
Owain  (Welsh)
Young Warrior
Ragnall  (Arthurian Legend)
Gawain's Wife
Soredamors  (Arthurian Legend)
Gawain's Sister
Swain  (German)
Youth
Swain  (Teutonic)
Young
Swain  (English)
Knight's Attendant
Thawain  (English)
Thaw
Twain  (English)
Cut in Two
Wainwright  (English)
Wagon Maker
Wayne  (Teutonic)
Wagonmaker (Wain, Waine, Dwayne, Duane)

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