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Meaning of the Name William

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The first name William is of Teutonic, French, Shakespearean, English, German origin. It is often a boy name. It has the following meaning(s):

Teutonic: Determined Guardian (Bill, Billy, Billie, Will, Willem, Guillemo, Guile )
French: Determined Protector
Shakespearean: 'Henry Vi, ' Sir John Stanley. 'Henry Vi, Part Iii' Sir William Stanley. 'As You Like It' a Country Fellow, in Love With Audrey. 'The Merry Wives of Windsor' a Boy, Son to Page. 'Richard Iii' Sir Will
English: Protector
English: Resolute Protector; Short Forms: Will. Pet Name: Willy. (Wil-yum)
English: Resolute Protector; Will. for a Long Time After the Norman Conquest in A.D. Many English Boys Were Given Some Form of William the Conquer's Name. The Firstborn Son of Prince Charles is Named William
German: Resolute Protector; Will. for a Long Time After the Norman Conquest in A.D. Many English Boys Were Given Some Form of William the Conquer's Name. William. The Firstborn Son of Prince Charles is Named
Teutonic: Strong Helmet

Similar Names

Wilhelm | Willem | Williamon | Williamina | Wilma | Wilna | Wilona |

Related Names

Liam  (German)
Variant of William: Will-helmet. Famous Bearers: Poet and Playwright William Shakespeare (-) and William Wordsworth (-)
Lucy  (Shakespearean)
'Henry Vi, Part ' Sir William Lucy
Lyam  (Irish)
Form of William
Matilda  (German)
Strength in Battle. Matilda Was the Wife of William the Conqueror. Used in Australia As Slang for a Bushman's Pack
Mattie  (German)
Diminutive of Matilda: Strength in Battle. Matilda Was the Wife of William the Conqueror. Used in Australia As Slang for a Bushman's Pack
Matty  (German)
Diminutive of Matilda: Strength in Battle. Matilda Was the Wife of William the Conqueror. Used in Australia As Slang for a Bushman's Pack
Maud  (German)
Variant of Matilda: Strength in Battle. Matilda Was the Wife of William the Conqueror. Used in Australia As Slang for a Bushman's Pack
Maude  (German)
Variant of Matilda: Strength in Battle. Matilda Was the Wife of William the Conqueror. Used in Australia As Slang for a Bushman's Pack
Mimi  (French)
Form of Williamina
Minetta  (French)
Form of Williamina
Minette  (French)
Form of Williamina
Minna  (French)
Form of Williamina
Minnie  (French)
Form of Williamina
Page  (Shakespearean)
'The Merry Wives of Windsor' a Gentleman of Windsor. Also William Page, His Son
Patty  (German)
Diminutive of Matilda: Strength in Battle. Matilda Was the Wife of William the Conqueror. Used in Australia As Slang for a Bushman's Pack
Stafford  (Shakespearean)
'Henry Vi, Part ' Sir Humphrey Stafford. Also William Stafford, His Brother. 'King Henry the Sixth, Part Iii' Lord Stafford
Stanley  (Shakespearean)
'Henry Vi, Part ' Sir John Stanley. 'King Henry the Sixth, Part Iii' Sir William Stanley. 'King Richard Iii' Lord Stanley, Called Also Earl of Derby
Tilda  (German)
Diminutive of Matilda: Strength in Battle. Matilda Was the Wife of William the Conqueror. Used in Australia As Slang for a Bushman's Pack
Tilly  (German)
Diminutive of Matilda: Strength in Battle. Matilda Was the Wife of William the Conqueror. Used in Australia As Slang for a Bushman's Pack
Uilleam  (Gaelic)
Resolute Protector; Gaelic Form of William. Variations: Uilliam. Pet Names: Uilleachan, Uillidh. (Wil-lem)
Vila  (Slavic)
From William
Vilhelm  (Danish)
Danish Form of William
Vilhelm  (Swedish)
Swedish Form of William 'Determined Protector'
Viljo  (Finnish)
Form of William
Wal  (Scottish)
Diminutive of Wallace: Welshman; Stranger. Famous Bearer: Scottish Hero Sir William Wallace (Executed in ).Welshman; Stranger
Wallace  (Scottish)
Welshman; Stranger. Famous Bearer: Scottish Hero Sir William Wallace (Executed in ).Welshman; Stranger
Wallis  (Scottish)
Feminine Form of Wallace: Welshman; Stranger. Famous Bearer: Scottish Hero Sir William Wallace (Executed in ).'Welshman; Stranger
Wally  (Scottish)
Diminutive of Wallace: Welshman; Stranger. Famous Bearer: Scottish Hero Sir William Wallace (Executed in ).Welshman; Stranger
Wilhelm  (German)
German Form of William
Wilhelmina  (German)
'Resolute Protector.' Feminine Variant of William
Wilhelmina  (Dutch)
Resolute Protector. Feminine Variant of William
Wilhelmina  (English)
Determined Guardian; a Feminine Form of William ( Billi, Billie, Billym Gugliema, Guillema, Guillemette, Min, Mina, Minna, Minni, Minnie, Minny, Valma, Velma, Vilhelmina, Vilma, Wileen Wilhelmine, Wil
Will  (English)
Diminutive of William 'Resolute Protector; Will.'
Will  (German)
Diminutive of William: Will-helmet. Famous Bearers: Poet and Playwright William Shakespeare (-) and William Wordsworth (-)
Will  (American)
From the Name William
Willem  (Celtic/Gaelic)
Contraction of William
Willem  (German)
Variant of William: Will-helmet. Famous Bearers: Poet and Playwright William Shakespeare (-) and William Wordsworth (-)
Willesone  (English)
Son of William
Willette  (Teutonic)
Determined Protector, Feminine Form of William
Williamina  (German)
Feminine Form of William: Will-helmet. Famous Bearers: Poet and Playwright William Shakespeare (-) and William Wordsworth (-)
Williamon  (German)
German Form of William
Williams  (German)
Resolute Protector; Will. Surname
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