Home > Wolf Names

Boy Names associated with Wolf


Names may be associated with a word, eg. Raven is associated with "dark" but does not mean "dark".

Wolf baby names and what they mean, for wolf, dog, fox, hound, with 51 results. Adoption of these boy names reached its highest in the 1910s (USAGE OF 1.56%) and is somewhat less today (USAGE 1.05%, 32.5%), with names such as Clifford falling out of fashion. Kaleb (#165), Connor (#54) and Caleb (#37) are three of the more trendy baby names among these, while Bossett (TOP 84%) and Bassette (27%) are familiar surnames. Here is the list of Wolf names for girls.

Wolf names

Adolph - Fox | Fridolf - Todd | Todhunter - Zev

Adolph - Fox


From Old German language. "Noble, majestic wolf." Adolva and Alolph are creative forms. [Dolphus, Adolphus, Adollf, Adolfo, Addolf, .. 8 more]


Derivative of Old German element. "Eagle wolf." Arno (TOP 12%), like Abarno (TOP 87%), Adorno (6%), is a common -rno suffix surname. [Arnowe, .. 4 more]

Root fr. Old English word. "Axe wolf." Not widespread. Bardolf and variants are not found in the US Demographics. A drunken fool named Bardolph appears .. [Bardulph, Bardulf, Bardoul, Bardou, Bardolph]

.. short legged hunting dog, the basset .. Bassette (UPPER 27%), Bassitt (76%) are familiar last names. [Basset]

Source fr. Old English language. "Messenger wolf." Not regularly used as a birth name. An obscure English saint in the .. [Botulph, Botolff, .. 2 more]


.. faithful companion, the dog (see Caleb) .. Uncommon, with usage of 0.008% for Cal as a children's name in 2015, higher than 0.007% a year ago. Unisex name.


.. symbolized by the "dog" in some .. Usage of Kayleb and forms soared in 2002 and is almost as conventional now. [Kaylob, Kayleb, Kaleb, Cal, .. 2 more]


Stems fr. English, Old French. "Young wolf; official of the church." Popularly used as a birth name (#784 A YEAR AGO), Channing also occurs frequently as a last name. Occupational name .. [Channon, Canon, .. 4 more]


.. the Big Red Dog is the .. Usage of Clyford and forms was elevated during 1900-1909 and is now lower, with Clifford going out of style. [Clyford, Clyff, .. 2 more]

From Irish, Scottish, Gaelic, Celtic elements. "Strong wolf." A baby name which is not usually used. Also possibly from a Gaelic phrase .. [Connell, Conal, .. 2 more]

Top 2000 baby names ranking of Wolf names: Adolph, Arno, Cal, Caleb, Channing

Top 2000 baby names ranking of Wolf names: Clifford, Conan, Connor, Conway, Fox


Derivative of English, Irish, Gaelic languages. "Hound, wolf; high." Con (UPPER 47%), Conan (55%), Conant (4%), Conn (2%) and Connie (39%) are found frequently as last names. Anglicized form of Conán (Celtic) .. [Connie, Conant, .. 2 more]


Derived fr. Irish, Gaelic element. "Hound lover." Connor and Konnor are trendy forms. Anglicized form of Conchobhar (Gaelic), which .. [Konnor, Conner, .. 2 more]


Based on Welsh, Irish, Gaelic elements. "Hound of the plain." Somewhat scarce as a baby name, Conway is found more often as a last name. Place name and surname .. [Conwy]

The wild dogs of Australia, similar .. Unusual as a children's name, but Dingo is similar to the more familiar Diego. See also Danko.

Root fr. Old English element. "Noble wolf." A children's name which is not broadly used. A king of the West Saxons .. [Ethelwolf, .. 2 more]

Derived fr. Norwegian element. "Lucky wolf." A birth name which is only scarcely used. [Eyulf]

Derivative of Irish, Gaelic element. "Wolf." Fillan and variants are unique as children's names. Pet form of faol .. [Phelan, Foillan, Faelan, .. 2 more]

.. was a giant wolf who had .. Fenris is an atypical men's name. See also Ferris.

Origin fr. Scottish, Gaelic elements. "Wolf." Unconventional. Fillan and Faolan are not found in the US Census. Anglicized form of Faolán .. [Faolan]


"Fox." Popularly used, with usage of 0.01% for Fox and variants as birth names in 2015, higher than 0.009% the year before. .. refers to a fox catcher or .. [Foxen, Foxe]

Quick Reference

Summary Index of Wolf names [and variants] for boys.

1. Adolph - Fox
Adolph [Dolf, Dolph, Adolpho, Dolphus, Adolphe, Adolphus, ..], Arno [Arnoe, Arnow, Arnou, Arnoux, Arnowe], Bardolf [Bardou, Bardoul, Bardulf, Bardolph, Bardulph], Bassett [Basset], Botolf [Botulf, Botolff, Botolph, Botulph], Cal, Caleb [Cal, Cale, Kaleb, Kayleb, Kaylob, Cayleb], Channing [Canon, Chann, Cannon, Channe, Canning, Channon], Clifford [Cliff, Clyff, Clyford, Clyfford], Conall [Conn, Conal, Connal, Connell], Conan [Con, Conn, Connie, Conant], Connor [Conn, Conor, Konnor, Conner], Conway [Conwy], Dingo, Ethelwulf [Ethelwolf, Aethelwolf, Aethelwulf], Eyolf [Eyulf], Faolan [Felan, Faelan, Fillan, Phelan, Foillan], Fenris, Fillan [Faolan], Fox [Foxe, Foxen]

Fridolf [Fridulf, Freydolf, Friedolf, Freydulf], Gonzalo [Consalvo, Gonsalve, Gonzales], Kaleb [Caleb, Kayleb, Kaylob], Lowell [Lowe, Lovel, Lowel, Louvel, Lovell], Lyall [Lyell], Marion [Mariano], Odolf [Odulf, Odolff], Phelan [Felim, Felan, Phelim], Pluto, Rafe [Rafer], Ralph [Raff, Ralf, Raul, Rolf, Rolph, Raoul], Randall [Randl, Randy, Randle, Randon, Rendall, Rendell, ..], Randi, Randolph [Randy, Ranolf, Randall, Randell, Randolf, Ranulfo], Raoul [Raul, Roul, Rowl], Reynard [Renaud, Renard, Renardo, Renauld, Rennard, Reynardo, ..], Rodolfo [Rodolf, Rodolphe, Roldolpho], Rolf [Rolfe, Rolle, Rollo, Rolph, Rowland], Rudolph [Rudy, Rudie, Rudolf, Rudolfo, Rudolpho, Rudolphus, ..], Todd [Tod]

Todhunter, Udolf [Udolfo, Udolph], Ulf, Ulmer [Ulmar, Ullmar], Ulric [Udo, Rick, Ulrik, Ulrich, Ulrick, Ullric], Uncas, Wolcott, Wolfe [Wolf, Wulf, Wolff, Woolf, Wulfe, Wolfhart], Wolfert, Wolfgang [Wulfram, Wolfram, Volfango], Zev [Zeev]

Usage comparison for Wolf names