What does Wole mean?
Wole [wole] as a boys' name is of Yoruban origin, and the meaning of Wole is "has come to home". A common Yoruba name used as a short form for names such as Olawole, Oyewole and Oluwole. Other short forms are Ola, Oye or Olu. Oluwole, meaning "God has come home", is one of the names of Wole Soyinka, the first African winner (1986) of the Nobel Prize for Literature.
(male) Waule, Wille, ..
(female) Wolow, .. Middle name pairings:
Wole Paxton (W.P.), ..
How popular is Wole?
Wole is a rare first name for males and also a rare last name for all people. (2000 U.S. Census)
Wole has yet to be recorded in the Top 2000 so far. (2015 Birth Statistics)
Wole is alike in pronunciation to Al▼, Ole▼, Olle, Ull, Wil, Will▼, Yale, Yoel and Yule. Other recommended names are Able, Bale, Cale, Cole, Colle, Coyle, Dale▼, Doyle▼, Erle, Gale▼, Hale, Jule, Kale, Kile, Kyle▼, Lale, Lyle▼, Nile, Noble, Rolle, Royle, Thole, Vale, Wade▼, Wake, Wald, Walt, Ware, Wild, Wilde, Wilek, Wiley▼, Wolf, Wolfe, Wolff, Woolf, Wulf, Wulfe, Wye, Wyler, Wylie and Zale. These names tend to be more commonly used than Wole.See names in meaning and etymology.