William

William ist normannischen Ursprungs und die englische Form des männlichen Vornamens Wilhelm.

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William als Vorname

Namensträger

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Künstlername

  • will.i.am (* 1975), eigentlich William James Adams Jr., US-amerikanischer Musiker und Produzent

Kurzformen

William als Nachname

  • George William, US-amerikanischer Kameramann, Regisseur und Sänger
  • Niels William (* 1974; eigentlich William Vaesen), flämischer Sänger und Manager
  • Peter William (* 1935; eigentlich Peter William Koch), deutscher Ringer
  • Tage William-Olsson (1889–1960), schwedischer Architekt
  • Warren William (1895–1948; eigentlich Warren William Krech), US-amerikanischer Schauspieler

William als Spitzname

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