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Wolf names and what they mean, for wolf.

These boy names were at the height of their popularity during 1930-1939 (usage of 0.1451%) and are somewhat less popular today (usage 0.0127%, down 91.2%), 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. Canan (top 25%) and Konan (82%) are familiar last names.

Here is the list of Wolf names for girls.

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Top 1000 baby names ranking of Wolf names: Adolph, Arno, Channing, Gonzalo, Lowell, Ralph

Adolph 1 .. Derived fr. Old German word. "Noble, majestic wolf." Not Top 1000 names. The Latin form Adolphus arrived in Britain in mid 19 .. [Ad, Adollf, Dolphus, .. 10 more]

Arno 2 .. Source fr. Old German. "Eagle wolf." Anano, Ardno and Arnolu are kreatif variations. [Arnoe, Arnou, .. 3 more]

Bardolf 3 .. Source fr. Old English. "Axe wolf." Unusual. Compare Bardolf, Bardulph, etc. with common Bar- last name Barzola (upper 40%). A drunken fool named Bardolph appears .. [Bardolph, Bardou, Bardulph, .. 2 more]

Botolf 4 .. From Old English word. "Messenger wolf." Not in popularity charts. An obscure English saint in the .. [Botolff, Botolph, .. 2 more]

Channing 5 .. Derived fr. English, Old French. "Young wolf; official of the church." Favored as a birth name (#689 in 2014), Channing is also found frequently as a surname. Occupational name .. [Canning, Cannon, Canon, Channon, .. 2 more]

Conall 6 .. Derived fr. Irish, Scottish, Gaelic, Celtic words. "Strong wolf." Not in Top 1000. Also possibly from a Gaelic phrase .. [Conal, Conn, .. 2 more]

Conan 7 .. Root fr. English, Irish, Gaelic. "Hound, wolf; high." Connie is a familiar (upper 79%) men's name, while Conan, Con, Conant and Conn are unusual. Anglicized form of Conán (Celtic) .. [Con, .. 3 more]

Ethelwulf 8 .. From Old English language. "Noble wolf." Outside Top 1000. A king of the West Saxons .. [Aethelwolf, Aethelwulf, .. 1 more]

Eyolf 9 .. Based on Norwegian. "Lucky wolf." Outside Top 1000. [Eyulf]

Faolan 10 .. Stems fr. Irish, Gaelic. "Wolf." Felan (upper 11%) and Phelan (2%) appear often as surnames. Pet form of faol .. [Faelan, Fillan, Phelan, .. 2 more]

Fenris 11 .. was a giant wolf who had .. Unusual. Fenris is not found in the US Census.

Fillan 12 .. Root fr. Scottish, Gaelic elements. "Wolf." Fillan and Faolan are not frequently adopted as boys' names. Anglicized form of Faolán .. [Faolan]

Fridolf 13 .. Derivative of Old English. "Peaceful wolf." A baby name which is rarely used. [Freydolf, Freydulf, Fridulf, .. 1 more]

Gonzalo 14 .. .. possibly "saved from battle" or "wolf" .. Gonzalo is familiar as a variant form. [Consalvo, Gonsalve, .. 2 more]

Lowell 15 .. Stems fr. Old French word. "Young wolf." Rare, with the -ell ending for Lowell, Lovell like Lyndell. Mostly 19th century use .. [Louvel, .. 4 more]

Lyall 16 .. Origin fr. Old Norse language. "Wolf." Unusual. Lyall, Lyell (cf. Levell) has the androgynous -ll suffix. Scottish surname. [Lyell]

Odolf 17 .. Source fr. Old German word. "Prosperous wolf." Not Top 1000 names. .. by alluding him to a wolf. [Odolff, Odulf]

Phelan 18 .. Stems fr. Irish, Gaelic element. "Like a wolf." Felan, Phelan, etc. are barely found as male names. [Felan, .. 2 more]

Rafe 19 .. Derived fr. Old German word. "Counsel of the wolf." Rafe and Rafer are scantly used as first names. The wolf is known for being .. [Rafer]

Ralph 20 .. From Old English. "Wolf counsel." Adoption of Rolph and variants grew during 1950-1959 and is lower today, with Ralph becoming less trendy. The wolf is an animal with .. [Rafe, Raoul, .. 5 more]

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Summary of Wolf names (and variants) for boys.

Adolph - Ralph
Adolph [Dolf, Dolph, Adollf, Adolphe, Dolphus, Adulfus, Adolpho, Adolphus, ..], Arno [Arnoe, Arnow, Arnou, Arnoux, Arnowe], Bardolf [Bardou, Bardoul, Bardulf, Bardolph, Bardulph], Botolf [Botulf, Botolff, Botolph, Botulph], Channing [Canon, Chann, Cannon, Channe, Canning, Channon], Conall [Conn, Conal, Connal, Connell], Conan [Con, Conn, Connie, Conant], Ethelwulf [Ethelwolf, Aethelwolf, Aethelwulf], Eyolf [Eyulf], Faolan [Felan, Faelan, Fillan, Phelan, Foillan], Fenris, Fillan [Faolan], Fridolf [Fridulf, Freydolf, Friedolf, Freydulf], Gonzalo [Consalvo, Goncalve, Gonsalve, Gonzales], Lowell [Lowe, Lovel, Lowel, Louvel, Lovell], Lyall [Lyell], Odolf [Odulf, Odolff], Phelan [Felim, Felan, Phelim], Rafe [Rafer], Ralph [Ralf, Rafe, Raul, Rolf, Raff, Raoul, Rolph]

Randall - Zev
Randall [Randy, Randl, Randie, Randey, Randon, Randle, Rendall, Rendell, ..], Randi, Randolph [Randy, Randal, Ranolf, Randall, Randolf, Ranulfo, Randell], Raoul [Raul, Roul, Rowl], Rodolfo [Rodolf, Rodolphe, Roldolpho], Rolf [Rolfe, Rolle, Rollo, Rolph, Rowland], Rudolph [Rudy, Rudi, Rudie, Rudey, Rudolf, Rudolfo, Rudolpho, Rudolphus, ..], Udolf [Udolfo, Udolph], Ulf, Ulmer [Ulmar, Ullmar], Ulric [Udo, Rick, Ulrik, Ulrich, Ulrick, Ullric], Wolcott, Wolfe [Wolf, Wulf, Wolff, Woolf, Wulfe, Wolfhart], Wolfert, Wolfgang [Wulfram, Wolfram, Volfango], Zev [Zeev]