Wolf Names

Wolf names and what they mean, for wolf for men. Here is the list of Wolf names for girls. These boy names were at the height of their popularity during the years 1930-1939 and are somewhat less popular today, with names such as Rodolfo, Randall, Ralph, Rudolph and Gonzalo falling out of fashion. Channing (#689) is the most trendy baby name among these, with this name having a rekindling in popularity.


Adolph - Zev

Page 1/1 of 36 Wolf names.

Adolph 1 .. Origin fr. Old German element. "Noble, majestic wolf." Adolph is commonly occurring (Top 53%) as a first name, appearing commonly (Top 19%) as a last name in the US Census. The variations Dolphus and Adolfo are prevalent as variant forms of the name. The Latin form Adolphus arrived in .. [Ad, Addolf, Adolf, Adulfus, Adolphe, .. 8 more]

Arno 2 .. Based on Old German. "Eagle-wolf." Arno is an unusual given name, occurring often (Top 18%) as a surname according to the US Census. See also Aron. [Arnoe, Arnou, Arnow, .. 2 more]

Bardolf 3 .. From Old English word. "Axe-wolf." A given name for baby boys which is not broadly used. A drunken fool named Bardolph appears .. [Bardolph, Bardou, Bardulf, .. 2 more]

Botolf 4 .. Based on Old English word. "Messenger wolf." Not widely used as a birth name for males. An obscure English saint in the .. [Botolff, Botulf, .. 2 more]

Channing 5 .. Origin fr. English, Old French elements. "Young wolf; official of the church." Channing is an uncommon given name, occurring regularly (Top 50%) as a surname according to the US Census. Occupational name .. [Canning, Canon, Channe, .. 3 more]

Conall 6 .. Based on Irish, Scottish, Gaelic, Celtic words. "Strong wolf." Conall is irregularly used as a men's name. See also Cornall. Also possibly from a Gaelic phrase .. [Conal, Connal, .. 2 more]

Conan 7 .. From English, Irish, Gaelic words. "Hound, wolf; high." Conan is unique as a male name. The variation Connie is common as a variant form of Conan. Anglicized form of Conán (Celtic) .. [Con, Conn, .. 2 more]

Ethelwulf 8 .. Source fr. Old English element. "Noble wolf." A birth name for boys which is only scarcely used. A king of the West Saxons .. [Aethelwolf, Aethelwulf, .. 1 more]

Eyolf 9 .. From Norwegian word. "Lucky wolf." Eyolf is a scarce men's name. [Eyulf]

Faolan 10 .. Based on Irish, Gaelic. "Wolf." Faolan is a scarce masculine name. See also Caolan. Pet form of faol .. [Faelan, Felan, Foillan, .. 2 more]

Fenris 11 .. was a giant wolf who had .. A given name that is little-used.

Fillan 12 .. Based on Scottish, Gaelic words. "Wolf." Fillan is a rare male name. See also Gillan. Anglicized form of Faolán .. [Faolan]

Fridolf 13 .. From Old English word. "Peaceful wolf." Only rarely used as a birth name. [Freydolf, Friedolf, .. 2 more]

Gonzalo 14 .. .. possibly "saved from battle" or "wolf" .. Usage of Gonzalo as a birth name for males has diminished over the years since 2000. [Consalvo, Gonsalve, .. 2 more]

Lowell 15 .. Origin fr. Old French language. "Young wolf." Fairly scarce as a given name, occurring more commonly as a surname. See also Loyall. Mostly 19th-century use .. [Louvel, Lovel, Lowe, .. 2 more]

Lyall 16 .. Source fr. Old Norse language. "Wolf." Not often used as a name for kids, occurring more frequently as a last name. See also Loyal. Surname. [Lyell]

Odolf 17 .. From Old German word. "Prosperous wolf." Odolf is scantly used as a men's name. See also Udolf. .. by alluding him to a wolf. [Odolff, .. 1 more]

Phelan 18 .. Based on Irish, Gaelic word. "Like a wolf." A boys' name that is only intermittently used, Phelan exists more frequently as a surname. [Felan, Phelim, .. 1 more]

Rafe 19 .. Origin fr. Old German element. "Counsel of the wolf." Rafe is a rarely occurring masculine name. See also Ravi. From Raedwulf. The wolf is known .. [Rafer]

Ralph 20 .. Source fr. Old English element. "Wolf counsel." Ralph has waned in favor as a given name over time since 1910-1919. The variation Raoul is commonly used as a form of this name. The wolf is an animal with .. [Rafe, Raff, Raoul, Rolf, .. 3 more]

Randall 21 .. From Old German word. "Wolf shield." Prominent birth name for males (#908 the previous year) which also occurs often as a surname. The forms Randle and Randal are familiar as variations of Randall. From Randwulf .. [Rand, Randal, Randel, Randey, Randl, .. 8 more]

Randi 22 .. Source fr. Norwegian, Old German elements. "Fair, wise judge; wolf shield." Both a masculine and a feminine name. Only sporadically used as a name for newborns. Mythology ..

Randolph 23 .. Origin fr. Old German language. "Wolf shield." Randolph is a recognizable (Top 30%) male name, and it appears commonly (Top 1%) as a last name in the US Census. The variation Randall is commonly used as a variant form of Randolph. From the same root as Randall .. [Randal, Randall, Randolf, Ranolf, .. 3 more]

Raoul 24 .. .. of Raul (Old English) "wolf counsel" .. Somewhat scarce as a name for children. [Raul, Roul, .. 1 more]

Rodolfo 25 .. of Rudolph (Old German) "famous wolf" .. Popularly used as a name for baby boys (#945 in 2014), and recorded commonly as a first name among the male populace in the US Census. See also Rodolph. [Rodolf, Rodolphe, .. 1 more]

Rolf 26 .. of Rudolph (Old German) "famous wolf" .. Rolf is prevalent (Top 96%) as a masculine name, appearing regularly (Top 10%) as a surname in the US Census. See also Ralf. [Rolfe, Rolle, Rolph, .. 2 more]

Rudolph 27 .. From Old German word. "Famous wolf." Rudolph and Rodolfo have trended downward in popularity as birth names over time. The forms Rudolf and Rodolfo are widely used as variations of Rudolph. Name of the red-nosed reindeer .. [Dolph, Rodolfo, Rodolphe, Rolfe, Rolph, .. 13 more]

Udolf 28 .. Source fr. Old English element. "Wolf-wealth." Udolf is an irregularly used given name. See also Adolf. [Udolfo, .. 1 more]

Ulf 29 .. From Old German word. "Wolf." Not often used as a given name. See also Ull.

Ulmer 30 .. Source fr. Old English element. "Fame of the wolf." Ulmer is an unconventional given name, and it occurs often (Top 5%) as a surname according to the US Census. See also Elmer. [Ullmar, .. 1 more]

Ulric 31 .. From English, Old German. "Power of the wolf; power of .. ." Ulric is rarely occurring as a masculine name. The form Rick is familiar as a variation of this name. Variant of Wulric (German), meaning "wolf-people" .. [Rick, Ullric, Ulrick, .. 3 more]

Wolcott 32 .. Source fr. Old English element. "Wolf's cottage." A birth name which is not usually used and exists more conventionally as a surname. See also Walcott. Place name ..

Wolfe 33 .. From Old German word. "Wolf." Not generally used as a birth name, Wolfe occurs more frequently as a last name. See also Wole. .. Irish patriot Wolfe Tone. [Wolf, Wolfhart, Wulf, .. 3 more]

Wolfert 34 .. Source fr. Old German language. "Wolf army." Only rarely used as a name for babies, Wolfert occurs more conventionally as a last name. See also Wilbert.

Wolfgang 35 .. Origin fr. Old German element. "Traveling wolf." Wolfgang is scantly used as a first name, and it appears commonly (Top 10%) as a last name in the US Census. German name made famous in the .. [Volfango, Wolfram, .. 1 more]

Zev 36 .. Source fr. Hebrew element. "Wolf." Not widely used as a name for newborns. See also Ziv. Used in Israel .. [Zeev]

Top 1000 baby names ranking of Wolf names: Adolph, Arno, Channing, Gonzalo, Lowell, Ralph, Randall, Randolph, Raoul, Rodolfo

Top 1000 baby names ranking of Wolf names: Rolf, Rudolph



Quick Index

Summary of all Wolf names (and variants) for boys.

[Adolph - Zev]
Adolph [13], Arno [5], Bardolf [5], Botolf [4], Channing [6], Conall [4], Conan [4], Ethelwulf [3], Eyolf [1], Faolan [5], Fenris, Fillan [1], Fridolf [4], Gonzalo [4], Lowell [5], Lyall [1], Odolf [2], Phelan [3], Rafe [1], Ralph [7], Randall [13], Randi, Randolph [7], Raoul [3], Rodolfo [3], Rolf [5], Rudolph [18], Udolf [2], Ulf, Ulmer [2], Ulric [6], Wolcott, Wolfe [6], Wolfert, Wolfgang [3], Zev [1]

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