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Gender: Male Meaning of Wyndham: "from the windy village" Origin of Wyndham: English

The name Wyndham is a boy's name of English origin meaning "from the windy village". Wyndham and is often added to lists like Names That Mean Air and discussed in our forums with posts like "Names on NB that make you go WOW!".

From the experts:

This literary and aristocratic surname would not blend in on most playgrounds -- and Windy is not the choicest of nicknames.

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Famous People Named Wyndham

(Percy) Wyndham Lewis, English painter and novelist
Wyndham Halswelle, British Olympic sprinter
Wyndham Rose Simpson, daughter of Webb Simpson & Taylor Down Keith

Pop Culture References for the name Wyndham

Wyndham Flitter, man-about-town in The Pottleton Legacy (1849), Albert Smith's facetious novel of types 'halfway between Dickens and comic papers'
Wyndham, hotel chain
Wyndham Frederick 'Freddie', Celandine's older brother in the novel 'Celandine'

Wynndham, Windham