Angel of War - Michael, Gabriel, and Gadriel. In the cabala there is Pheleg, called "the war lord" by Cornelius Agrippa.
Angel of the Waters - In his cabalistic works, Cornelius Agrippa calls Phul (one of the 7 supreme spirits ruling the 196 provinces of Heaven) "the supreme spirit lord of the waters." In Revelation, he is refferred to but unnamed: "And I heard the angel of the waters say," etc.
Angel of Water Insects [Shakziel]
Angel of Weakness - Amaliel, who is also one of the angles of punishment.
Angel of Wednesday [Raphael; Miel: Seraphiel]
Angel of the West - Gabriel, who is called "the guardian of the west."
Angel of the Wheel of the Moon - Ofaniel, among others.
Angel of the of the Sun [Galgaliel]
Angel of the Whirlwind - Ra'shiel or Zavael, according to 3 Enoch.
Angel of the Wild Beats - Mtniel, Jehiel (Hayvel).
Angel Over Wild Fowl and Creeping Things [Triagiob]
Angel of the Wilderness - In Jewish cabala, and according to Levi, Transcendental Magic, the angel of the wilderness is the planet Saturn. The angel Orifiel has also been named a ruling spirit of the wilderness.
Angel of the Wind - In Revelation, there is a mention of 4 angels of the wind. In occult works, in the Book of Jubilees, and in 3 Enoch, the following are named as angelic rulers: Moriel, Ruhiel, Rujiel, Ben Nez, and the celestial Ephemaerae. In his poem "Sandalphon" Longfellow sings of the angels of wind and of fire that "chant only one hymn and expire." Durer engraved the 4 angels in control of winds. The cherubim were regarded as personifications of the wind.
Angel of Winter - Zagagel; also Metatron (when Metatron goes under the name of Sasnigiel); also Dina (when Dina goes under the name of Yefefiah or Yofiel). According to lengend, Zagzagel was ordered by God to caryy Mosses to a place where myriads of scholars congregated, all of them occupied with expounding the Torah.
Angel of the Womb [Armisael]
Angel of Women's Paradise - There were 9 of these female angels; they were once the mothers, wives, or daughters of the Hebrew patriarchs, and they occupied a place apart in one of the Heavens. Philo "allegories away the wives of the Jewish patriarchs into several Virtues."
Angel (or Prince) of the World - Satan, Michael, Jehol, Metatron, or Sar ha-Olam (which literally means, in Hebrew, prince of the world). Mammon is also described as "holding the throne of this world."
Angel at the World's End - According to Revelation of Esdras and as revealed to Esdra himself, the angels who will govern or rule "at the end of the world" are 9 in number: Michael, Gabriel, Uriel, Raphael,, *Gabuthelon, *Beburos, *Zebuleon, *Aker, *Arphugitonos. Of these 9, the 5 preceded by an asterisk are found nowhere else in apocryphal or apocalyptic lore.
Angel of Wrath - Hemah, Af, Mzzpopiasaiel, Ezrael. In the Revelation of Moses, the Lawgiver, during his visit to Paradise, encountered the angels of anger and wrath in the 7th Heaven and found them composed "wholly of fire." In the Midrash Thillim, the angel of warth is Kezef.
Angel of the Wrath of God - There are (or were) 7 angels of the wrath of God, as mentioned but not named in Revelation.