What walk Wilma mean?

Wilma

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▼ together a girls" surname is of Old German origin, and also the meaning of Wilma is "determined protector". Short form of Wilhelmina. Wilma Flintstone is the dizzy rock Age housewife in the TV cartoon "The Flintstones". Track celebrity Wilma Rudolph.STARTS through Wil-

ASSOCIATED v determined, protector (defender), stone (rock)

Variations

VARIANTS Valma, Velma▼, Vilma, Willma, Wilmina, Wylma

RELATED develops VIA WILHELMINA Billa, Billy▼, Ellma, Elma▼, Helma, Mina, Minna▼, Wileen, Willa▲, Willie▼, Willmina, Willy, Wilna

CREATIVE FORMS(female) Walma, .. (male) Wiler, .. Middle NAME PAIRINGSWilma Lorraine (W.L.), ..

How famous is Wilma?

Wilma is a really popular very first name because that females (#212 the end of 4276, peak 5%) however a unique surname because that both adults and children. (2000 U.S. DEMOGRAPHICS)




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Wilma reached its greatest position of #68 in the U.S. In the 1920s, but is no in the list at the moment. (TOP baby NAMES, 2018)


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Which version is better?

Prominent alternate forms the Wilma room Billy, Elma, Helma, Mina (#625 IN current RANKINGS), Minna, Velma, Vilma, Wilhelmina (#1670), Willa (#384), Willie, Willma, Wilna and also Wylma. Consumption of these creates of Wilma was at its many widespread during 1910-1919 (AVERAGE #854) and is now much diminished (#1762, ▼91.6%), v versions prefer Wilma ending up being less stylish. Mina is much more universally found than the rest, although Willa shows up to be acquiring popularity too.


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Similar Names

Wilma▼ is pronounced an in similar way to Allma, Alma▼ and also Almah. Other suggested similar-sounding names space Cima, Dalma, Delma▼, Fima, Halma, Hilma▼, Mima, Mimma, Nioma, Palma, Pima, Rima, Salma▲, Selma▼, Sima, Talma, Telma, Walda, Welda, Wilda▼, Willda, Wilmot, Wilona, Wina, Wylda, Zelma▼ and Zulma. This names tend to it is in less generally used than Wilma.