Wehha (died c. 571) was a sixth-century king of East Anglia, possibly the first after the union of Norfolk and Suffolk. He was the father of Wuffa, after whom the royal family of East Anglia called themselves (the Wuffings), and the great-grandfather of Rædwald, the likely candidate for burial in the Sutton Hoo ship burial. According to his genealogy, he was the son of Wilhelm, who was the son of Hryp, who was the son of Hroðmund, son of Trygil, son of Tyttman, son of Caser, son of Woden.