Al-Wahhab: The One who bestows and gives unrequitedly to those He wishes, oblivious of deservedness.
Al-Wahid: The One and only! ‘ONE’ness far beyond any concept of multiplicity. The ONE, that isn’t composed of (or can be broken into) parts (as in pantheism). The ‘ONE’ness that renders duality obsolete! The ‘ONE’ness that no mind or intellect can fully comprehend!
Al-Wakil: The One who provides the means for self-actualization. The One who advocates and protects those who place their trust in Him, providing them with the most auspicious outcomes.
Al-Wali: The One who governs according to His own verdict.
Wajh: Divine countenance.
Al-Wasi: The All-embracing. The One who embraces the whole of existence with the expressions of His Names.
Vicegerent: Conscious beings who will live with the awareness of the Names.
Al-Wadud: The creator of attraction. The creator of unconditional and unrequited love. The essence within every beloved!
Al-Wajid: The One whose qualities and attributes are unfailingly abundant. The manifest One. The One, from which nothing lessens, despite the abundance of His manifestations.
Al-Waliyy: The One who guides and enables an individual to discover their reality and to live their life in accordance to their essence. It is the source of risalah (personification of Allah’s knowledge) and nubuwwah (prophethood), which comprise the pinnacle states of sainthood (wilayah). It is the dispatcher of the perfected qualities comprising the highest point of sainthood, risalah, and the state one beneath that, nubuwwah.
Waliyy: Friend, guardian/protector.
Al-Warith: The One who manifests under various names and forms in order to inherit and protect the possessions of those who abandon all their belongings to undergo true transformation. When one form is exhausted, He continues His existence with another form.
Yakeen: The state of certainty; to be in complete submission as a result of an absolute comprehension.
a. The knowledge of certainty (ilm al-yakeen)
b. The eye of certainty (ayn al-yakeen)
c. The reality of certainty (haqq al-yakeen)
Az-Zahir: The self-evident One, the explicit, unequivocal and perceivable manifestation.
Zawj: While its most common usage is to mean ‘partner in marriage’ it has also been used in the context of consciousness, implying the partner or equivalent of consciousness.