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Meaning of the Name Wales

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

Shakespearean: 'King Henry Iv, Part and ' Edward Poins, an Irregular Humorist. 'Henry Vi, Part ' Son of Richard Plantagenet, Duke of York. 'King Henry the Sixth, Part Iii' Edward, Prince of Wales, Son to King Henry

Similar Names

Waleis | Wallis | Walsh | Welles | Wells | Welss |

Related Names

Cai  (Welsh)
A Diminutive of Cajus, Frequently Used As an Independent Name in Wales. Rejoicer
Cambree  (Welsh)
From Wales
Cambria  (Latin)
From Wales
Charles  (German)
From the Old German Carl, Meaning a Man. Famous Bearer: British Charles Prince of Wales
Colwin  (Welsh)
Variant of Colwyn: Name of a River in Wales
Colwyn  (Welsh)
Name of a River in Wales
Colywnn  (Welsh)
Variant of Colwyn: Name of a River in Wales
Cymry  (Welsh)
From Wales
Dal  (Welsh)
Diminutive of David: Beloved or Friend, from the Hebrew. Sixth Century St David (Or Dewi) Was Patron Saint of Wales
Dave  (Welsh)
Diminutive of David: Beloved or Friend, from the Hebrew. Sixth Century St David (Or Dewi) Was Patron Saint of Wales
David  (Welsh)
Beloved or Friend, from the Hebrew. Sixth Century St David (Or Dewi) Was Patron Saint of Wales
Davy  (Welsh)
Diminutive of David: Beloved or Friend, from the Hebrew. Sixth Century St David (Or Dewi) Was Patron Saint of Wales
Dewi  (Welsh)
Variant of David: Beloved or Friend, from the Hebrew. Sixth Century St David (Or Dewi) Was Patron Saint of Wales
Di  (Latin)
Diminutive of Diana: Fertile. God, Devine. Famous Bearer: the Late Lady Diana Spencer, Often Called 'Lady Di', Married British Prince Charles and Became Princess Diana of Wales
Diahann  (French)
Divine. Mythological Ancient Roman Divinity Diana Was Noted for Beauty and Swiftness; Often Depicted As a Huntress. Also Diana Princess of Wales
Diahna  (French)
Divine. Mythological Ancient Roman Divinity Diana Was Noted for Beauty and Swiftness; Often Depicted As a Huntress. Also Diana Princess of Wales
Dian  (French)
Divine. Mythological Ancient Roman Divinity Diana Was Noted for Beauty and Swiftness; Often Depicted As a Huntress. Also Diana Princess of Wales
Diandra  (French)
Divine. Mythological Ancient Roman Divinity Diana Was Noted for Beauty and Swiftness; Often Depicted As a Huntress. Also Diana Princess of Wales
Dianna  (French)
Divine. Mythological Ancient Roman Divinity Diana Was Noted for Beauty and Swiftness; Often Depicted As a Huntress. Also Diana Princess of Wales
Diannah  (French)
Divine. Mythological Ancient Roman Divinity Diana Was Noted for Beauty and Swiftness; Often Depicted As a Huntress. Also Diana Princess of Wales
Dilys  (Welsh)
Genuine, Perfect, True. This Name Was First Used in Wales in the Mid-th Century
Dyana  (French)
Divine. Mythological Ancient Roman Divinity Diana Was Noted for Beauty and Swiftness; Often Depicted As a Huntress. Also Diana Princess of Wales
Dyann  (French)
Divine. Mythological Ancient Roman Divinity Diana Was Noted for Beauty and Swiftness; Often Depicted As a Huntress. Also Diana Princess of Wales
Dyanna  (French)
Divine. Mythological Ancient Roman Divinity Diana Was Noted for Beauty and Swiftness; Often Depicted As a Huntress. Also Diana Princess of Wales
Edward  (Shakespearean)
'King Richard Iii' Edward Iv. Also Edward, Prince of Wales, King's Son and Later Edward V. 'Henry Iv, & ' Edward Poins, an Irregular Humorist. Also the Son of Richard Plantagenet. 'King Henry Vi, Part
Guildford  (Shakespearean)
'King Henry Iv, & ' King. Also Hal, King's Son and Prince of Wales, Who Becomes Henry V. 'King Henry Vi, Iii' King Henry Vi. Also Henry, Earl of Richmond, a Youth. 'King Henry Viii' King Henry. Also S
Gwynedd  (Welsh)
White, Happiness, Blessed. Also a North Wales County Name
Hal  (Shakespearean)
'King Henry Iv, Part ' Nickname of Henry, Prince of Wales and Son to King Henry the Fourth. Hal Becomes Henry, and King at the End of Part King in King Henry V
Harry  (German)
Variant of Henry: Home or House Ruler. Nickname of Prince Henry, Son of Prince Charles and the Late Princess Diana of Wales
Henry  (German)
Rules His Household. Oft-used English and French Royal Name. The Second Son of Charles Prince of Wales is Named Henry
Henry  (English)
'Rules His Household.' Oft-used English and French Royal Name. The Second Son of Charles Prince of Wales is Named Henry
Kambria  (English)
Spelling Variant of Cambria Referring to Wales
Lew  (English)
Diminutive of Lewis: English Variant of the Franco-germanic Name Louis: Famous Warrior. in Wales, Sometimes Lewis is Used in Place of Llewellyn. Famous Bearer: Th Century Writer Lewis Carroll
Lewis  (English)
English Variant of the Franco-germanic Name Louis: Famous Warrior. in Wales, Sometimes Lewis is Used in Place of Llewellyn. Famous Bearer: Th Century Writer Lewis Carroll
Richmond  (Shakespearean)
'King Henry Iv, and ' King Henry the Fourth. Also Henry (Hal), Son to the King and Prince of Wales, Who Becomes King in Part , and King in Henry V. 'King Henry the Sixth, Part Iii' King Henry the Sixt
Taffy  (Welsh)
Diminutive of David: Beloved or Friend, from the Hebrew. Sixth Century St David (Or Dewi) Was Patron Saint of Wales
Waleis  (English)
From Wales
Waleis  (English)
From Wales
Wallace  (Teutonic)
From Wales
Wallace  (English)
From Wales
Wallis  (Teutonic)
From Wales
Wallis  (English)
From Wales
Wallis  (English)
From Wales
Wallis  (English)
From Wales
Walsh  (English)
From Wales
Welch  (English)
From Wales
Welsh  (English)
From Wales

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