wagon (WA-gun)
noun.

wheeled vehicle pulled by horses or other beasts of burden.

wagon train (WA-gun TRAYN)
noun.

group of pioneers traveling in covered wagons, often those emigrating to the American West in the 1800s.

waitstaff (WAYT-staf)
noun.

servers at a restaurant.

wake (WAYK)
noun.

track of waves left behind boats or other large objects moving through water.

wakesurf (WAYK-surf)
verb.

to use a surfboard to ride the waves created behind boats or other large objects in the water.

Wakhan Corridor (wuh-KUN KOR-ih-dor)
noun.

area of northeastern Afghanistan that borders China.

Walden (WAL-dehn)
noun.

(1854) book by Henry David Thoreau about his two years living alone at Walden Pond, Massachusetts.

Wales (WAYLZ)
noun.

area in southwestern Great Britain, traditionally one of the four countries that make up the United Kingdom, along with Scotland, Northern Ireland, and England.

wallaby (WAH-luh-bee)
noun.

mammal (marsupial) native to Oceania.

walleye (WAHL-i)
noun.

freshwater fish native to North American rivers.