Forename directory - Names / meaning for "Walter"

People with the first name "Walter"

Walter Annen Walter Antoku Walter Arbeiter Walter Asche Walter Baar Walter Babb Walter Bahr Walter Bichsel Walter Biddlecombe Walter Biebl Walter Blewitt Walter Bostian Walter Braatz Walter Brinker Walter Burman Walter Calles Walter Carabajal Walter Catania Walter Clifton Walter Clinch Walter Coscia Walter D. Goncalves Walter D. Watt Walter Danowski Walter Doro Walter E. Munkelwitz Walter Edgell Walter Eggenberger Walter Eiguren Walter Ervin Walter Finze Walter Fircowycz Walter Fortin Walter Gierlich Walter Glave Walter Godin Walter Goldsmith Walter Greene-Morse Walter Hamman Walter Hankin Walter Heuvel Walter Hind Walter Hochreuther Walter Howlett Walter Humes Walter J. Hoppe Walter Jahnke Walter Kallenback Walter Keiser Walter Kondratowitch Walter Kotauschek Walter Kroll Walter Kugler Walter Kuhlmeyer Walter Kulig Walter Kwan Walter L. Hicks Walter Lampee Walter Lelle Walter Lex Walter Llanque-Sarmiento Walter Lucidi Walter Marinetti Walter Mauckner Walter Mckinlay Walter Mclaurin Walter Meccio Walter Monterrozo Walter Oostelbos Walter Orlandini Walter P. Kulp Walter Parraguez Walter Passmore Walter Payne Walter Persson Walter Petz Walter Pittenger Walter Plendl Walter Pons Walter Prummer Walter Richert Walter Rijs Walter Rind Walter Rodrigue Walter Roggendorf Walter Rolf Walter Rossetto Walter Schnabel Walter Steinkellner Walter Tenniglo Walter Toni Walter V. Pattay Walter Veith Walter W. Roop Walter W. Schwalm Walter Welker Walter Witek Walter Ww Walter de Vos Walter lo-Nigro

Information about "Walter"

Name-day: 8.4., 17.11.

For this Walter there are 37816 different names on Yasni.

Most common last names for Walter are: del Castillo, Alley, Altner

In the ranking of the most common first names Walter is on position 143.

During the last seven days Walter was searched for 23 times.

Meaning of "Walter"

Male first name (German, French, English, Scandinavian): Walter, Old High (two-part name); waltan rule = rule, the rulers; heri = the army, the soldier of old German two-part name, known in medieval times by Walther von der Volgelweide (c. 1200)

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