Dictionary of Medieval Names
from European Sources

Winand m. Old Saxon wig, Old High German wīc 'war, battle' + Proto-Germanic *nanþ- 'brave, daring'.

Belgium
Dutch
1597x1598 Wynant BoonenGes p. 334
France
Latin
1108 Guinandus (nom) St-Barnard-Romans 155; 1378 Winandi (gen) hanquetvol1 1263, Winando (dat) ibid. 410
Germany
Latin
1086 Winandus (nom) quix-vol1 61; 1208 Winandus (nom) quix-vol2 124; 1219 Winandus (nom) hennes-vol1 42; 1259 Winandus (nom) CDL-1.1.1 XXXI; 1260 Winandi (gen) hennes-vol1 191, Winando (abl) ibid. 190, Winandus (nom) ibid. 191; 1264 Winando (dat) ibid. 200; 1275 Winandum (acc) ibid. 244, Winandus (nom) ibid. 244; 1401 Wynando (dat) HD1401 no. 27
Latvia
Latin
1292 Winando (dat) RigSB 393; 1293 Winando (dat) ibid. 153; 1295 Winando (dat) ibid. 747; 1296 Winando (dat) ibid. 787; 1304 Winando (dat) ibid. 904, Winandus (nom) ibid. 909
Cite as: S.L. Uckelman. "Winand". In S.L. Uckelman, ed. The Dictionary of Medieval Names from European Sources, Edition 2019, no. 1. http://dmnes.org/2019/1/name/Winand.