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Definition of Walter

Walter
Walter Wal"ter, v. i. [See Welter.] To roll or wallow; to welter. [Obs. or Prov. Eng. & Scot.]

Meaning of Walter from wikipedia

- Look up Walter or walter in Wiktionary, the free dictionary. Walter may refer to: Walter (name), including a list of people and fictional and mythical...
- Walter Jones may refer to: Walter Jones (MP for Worcester) (c. 1550–1632), English politician Walter Jones (Virginia politician) (1745–1815), American...
- W. Walter Sr. (September 18, 1922 – January 6, 2000), of Tampa, Florida, United States, was a home builder who started Jim Walter Homes and Walter Industries...
- Walter White may refer to: Walter White (Breaking Bad), a character in the television series Breaking Bad Walter White Jr., character in the television...
- Walter Sans Avoir (in French Fr. Gautier Sans-Avoir; died 21 October 1096) was the lord of Boissy-sans-Avoir in the Île-de-France. He was mistakenly known...
- Walter Berry may refer to: Walter Berry (b****-baritone) (1929–2000), Austrian opera singer Walter Berry (basketball) (born 1964), American former professional...
- Jessica Ann Walter (January 31, 1941 – March 24, 2021) was an American actress who appeared in more than 170 film, stage, and television productions. In...
- Walter Foster may refer to: Walter Foster (cricketer) (born 1915, date of death unknown), Barbadian cricketer Walter Foster (mathematician), English mathematician...
- Walter, Gautier, or Gauthier of Brienne may refer to: Walter I of Brienne (c. 1090) Walter II of Brienne (1120-1161) Walter III of Brienne (d. 1205) Walter...
- Walter Clark may refer to: Walter Clark (Canadian politician) (1890–1987), Canadian politician, served in the Legislative ****embly of Manitoba Bill Clark...