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Gender: F Meaning of Wanda: "shepherdess; wanderer" Origin of Wanda: Slavic or German

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

Famous People Named Wanda

Princess Wanda, legendary queen of the Poles
Wanda Landowska, Polish-French harpsichordist
Wanda Rutkiewicz, Polish mountain climber
Wanda Sykes, American writer, comedian, actress, and voice artist
Wanda Lavonne Jackson, American singer, songwriter, pianist and guitarist
Wanda De Jesus, American actress
Wanda Hendrix-American actress
Wanda Ventham, British actress

Pop Culture References for the Name Wanda

Wanda Maximoff, aka The Scarlet Witch, character in X-Men comics
Wanderer "Wanda", main character of "The Host" by Stephenie Meyer
"A Fish Called Wanda", 1988 movie
Wanda Plenn, character on "Doogie Howser M.D."
Wanda, the female fairy on animated series "Fairly Odd Parents"
Wanda Bell, character from TV's "Orange is the New Black"
Wanda, character from movie "Dude, Where's My Car"
Wanda, character on TV's "Hart of Dixie"
Wayne and Wanda, "Muppet Show" singing duo

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