Seeing as there are no Estonian names, either native or borrowed, starting with W, today is another wildcard day featuring a variety of other kinds of names.
Wafula means “born during the rainy season” in Luhya, a language spoken in Kenya.
Walela means “hummingbird” in Cherokee.
Wambui means “zebra” in Kikuyu, another language of Kenya.
Wangari means “leopard” in Kikuyu.
Whetū means “star” in Maori.
Wura means “gold” in Yoruba.
Wadud means “affectionate, lover” in Arabic.
Wafai means “loyalty” in Arabic.
Wahyu means “revelation” in Indonesian.
Wamalwa means “born during the brewing season” in Luhya.
Wayra means “wind” in Quechuan.
Wiranto means “warrior, hero” in Indonesian and Javanese.
That’s one way to handle it, I guess…
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