Other Origin(s):British
Meaning:Commander of the army; Dweller in the wooded region or upland
Walder is a variation of the name Walter, which is of Old German origin and means “commander of the army.” It’s derived from the Old Norse personal name Valþiófr, composed of val, meaning “battle,” and þiofr meaning “thief.” It is also a surname that can mean “dweller in the wooded region or upland” in English, especially in Sussex, Surrey, and Kent. This name can inspire your little one with the essence of untamed forests and boundless curiosity.

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