The masculine name "Weit" is not commonly used in English, and its origin and meaning might be related to the German Language. It may be a variation of a name like "Wiet" or "Wiete," which are short forms of German names such as "Wiethold" or "Wiethe." These names are derived from the Germanic elements "wig," meaning "war" or "battle," and "hold," meaning "kind" or "brave." Combined, it can be generally interpreted that the meaning of Weit is "brave in battle." Alternatively, "Weit" could be a surname of German origin, derived from the Middle High German word "weit," meaning "wide" or "broad." Surnames were often taken from physical characteristics or locations. A person with this surname may have lived in a wide or broad area. This name is mostly used in the Dutch region.