Male, Norman French, Surname names, Virtues/Attributes, W names

Wallace

Wallace comes from a Scottish and English surname meaning “Welsh” or “foreigner” from Norman French word waleis (foreign), originally used to refer to someone who was a Welshman or who lived at the border between England and Wales.

Nicknames: Wally/Wallie

Origin: Norman French

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Variants:

  • Wallis (English)
  • Walleis
  • Waleis

 

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