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Gender: F Meaning of Wanda: "wanderer" Origin of Wanda: Slavic

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Rarely heard, and when it is, usually attached to a witch.

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Pop Culture References for the Name Wanda

The Scarlet Witch (real name Wanda), daughter of Magneto and sister of Quicksilver
Wanderer "Wanda", main character of the novel "Host"
"A Fish Called Wanda", 1988 movie
Wanda Plenn, character on "Doogie Howser M.D."
Wanda, the female fairy on "Fairly Odd Parents"
Princess Wanda, legendary Polish heroine
Wanda Bell, character from Netflix original show "Orange is the New Black"
Wanda, character from movie "Dude, Where's My Car"
Wanda, character on television series "Hart of Dixie"

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