"w" stands for:
wack US informal. n. 1. a crazy or eccentric person. 2. worthless or stupid ideas or work. adj. bad; inferior.
wag n. ... 2. Australia/NZ informal a truant.
wait v. 1. stay where one is or delay action until a particular time or occurrence.
walking papers pl. n. informal, chiefly N. Amer. notice of dismissal from job.
wall eye n. 1. an eye squinting outwards.
wallow v. 1. roll about or lie in mud or water. n. 2. an area of mud or shallow water where mammals go to wallow.
wally n. Brit. informal a silly or inept person.
wangle informal v. obtain (something desired) by persuading others to comply or by manipulating events. n. an instance of obtaining something in such a way. DERIVATIVES--wangler n.
wanker n. Brit. vulgar a stupid or contemptible person.
want n. 1. chiefly archaic lack or deficiency.
wanting adj. lacking in something required, necessary, or usual. informal deficient in intelligence.
wanton adj. 1. (of a cruel or violent action) deliberate and unprovoked.
war n. a state of armed conflict between different nations, states or armed groups.
waratah n. an Australian shrub which bears slender leathery leaves and clusters of crimson flowers.
war baby n. a child born in wartime, especially one fathered illegitimately by a serviceman.
warby adj. Austral. informal shabby or decrepit.
war crime n. an action carried out during the conduct of a war that violates accepted international rules of war.
warlike adj. disposed towards or threatening war; hostile.
warmonger n. a person who seeks to bring about or promote war.
warp v. 2. make abnormal; distort.
warpath n. in an angry and aggressive state.
wart n. 3. informal an obnoxious person.
war-torn adj. (of a place) racked or devastated by war.
was first and third person past of be.
washed-up adj. informal no longer effective or successful.
washout n. 1. informal a disappointing failure.
waste v. 1. use carelessly, extravagantly, or to no purpose. 3. fail to make full or good use of. 6. N. Amer informal kill or severely injure. 7. [as adj. wasted] informal under the influence of alcohol or illegal drugs.
ok, this is as far as i can go with the notion for now. perhaps more later. you get the idea. all definitions from: Concise Oxford English Dictionary Revised Tenth Edition.