- a male given name, form of William.
- a female given name.
- William JosephWillie, 1913–93, U.S. billiards and pool player.
- William LeeWillie, 1931–2003, U.S. jockey.
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Weary Willie was the only man of them all who appeared to find any enjoyment in the situation.
Weary Willie stood up in his stirrups and fanned Glory with his hat.
He came out of his thoughts suddenly, for Willie Logan was shaking him.
"I'm sure I wish you all you can wish yourself," Willie said very heartily.
"Nearly every girl's worth kissing," Willie had said to him on one occasion.
- a person who makes or repairs shoes or boots
Word Origin and History for willie
Online Etymology Dictionary, © 2010 Douglas Harper