Wolf Names

aatto

Finnish form of German Adolf, meaning noble wolf

Aatu

Finnish form of German Adolf, meaning noble wolf

Adalwolf

Variant of German Adalwulf, meaning noble wolf

Adalwolfa

Feminine form of German Adolf, meaning "noble wolf."

Adalwulf

Noble wolf Old German name, composed of the elements adal noble and wulf wolf

Adelphus

Latin form of German Adolf, meaning noble wolf

Adelulf

Variant of German Adalwulf, meaning noble wolf

Adolf

Modern form of Old German Adalwolf, meaning noble wolf

Adolfo

Italian form of Adolf, meaning "noble wolf."

Adolfus

Swedish form of Adolf, meaning "noble wolf."

Adolph

English form of Adolf, meaning noble wolf

Adolpha

Feminine form of Latin Adolphus, meaning noble wolf

Adolphe

French form of German Adolf, meaning noble wolf

Adolpho

Spanish form of Adolf, meaning "noble wolf."

Adolphus

Latin form of Adolf, meaning noble wolf

Aethelwulf

Anglo-Saxon form of Old German Adalwulf, meaning noble wolf

Agwang

African Luo name meaning wolf

Ahlf

Nickname for German Adolf, meaning noble wolf

Bardawulf

Variant of Anglo-Saxon Bardulf, meaning bright wolf

Bardolph

English form of Anglo-Saxon Bardulf, meaning bright wolf

Bardulf

Bright wolf Anglo-Saxon name derived from the Old English elements berht bright and wulf wolf

Bertolf

Variant of Anglo-Saxon Bardulf, meaning bright wolf

Coinin

Little wolf Old Gaelic byname composed of the word cano wolf and a diminutive suffix.

Comhnall

Scottish form of Irish/Gaelic Conall, meaning strong as a hound/wolf

Conallan

Diminutive form of Irish/Gaelic Conall, meaning little one who is strong as a hound/wolf

Conan

English form of Irish/Gaelic Cónán, meaning little hound/wolf

Conan

English form of Irish/Gaelic Cónán, meaning little hound/wolf

Conchobar

Hound/wolf-lover Irish myth name of a king of Ulster. This is also the name from which English Connor was derived.

Conchobhar

Variant of Irish Conchobar, meaning hound/wolf-lover

Conchobor

Variant of Irish Conchobar, meaning hound/wolf-lover

Conchobur

Variant of Irish Conchobar, meaning hound/wolf-lover

Conchubhar

Variant of Irish Conchobar, meaning hound/wolf-lover

Conchuir

Variant of Irish Conchobar, meaning hound/wolf-lover

Conchur

Variant of Irish Conchobar, meaning hound/wolf-lover

Connell

English form of Irish/Gaelic Conall, meaning strong as a hound/wolf

Conner

Variant of English Connor, meaning hound/wolf-lover

Connor

English form of Irish Conchobhar, meaning hound/wolf-lover

Conor

Variant of English Connor, meaning hound/wolf-lover

Conway

Yellow hound/wolf Irish surname transferred to forename use, itself from Gaelic Ó Conbhuide descendant of Cú Bhuidhe

Cu bhuidhe

Yellow hound/wolf Irish/Gaelic name derived from the elements cú hound/wolf and buidhe yellow

Cuan

Little hound/wolf Irish name derived from the element cú hound/wolf, chief combined with diminutive suffix.

Daciana

"Wolf." Romanian name derived from Roman Dacia, the name for the region that is today Moldova and Romania. According to Strabo, the Dacians were originally known as the daoi, from Phrygian daos, meaning "wolf." It is interesting to note, too, that daoi is the Gaelic word for a "wicked man."

Dolph

Nickname for English Adolph, meaning noble wolf

Ethelwolf

English form of Anglo-Saxon Aethelwulf, meaning noble wolf

Faelan

Variant of Irish/Gaelic Faolán, meaning little wolf

Faolan

Little wolf Irish/Gaelic name composed of the element faol wolf and a diminutive suffix.

Fillin

Variant of Irish/Gaelic Faolán, meaning little wolf

Gerwulf

"Spear-wolf." German name composed of the elements ger "spear" and wulf "wolf."

Guadalupe

GUADALUPE: English unisex name borrowed from a Spanish place name, itself from Arabic wādī al-lubb, meaning river of the wolf

Hemming

Scandinavian name derived from Old Norse hamr, meaning "shape." The name may have originated as a byname for a "shape-shifter" or "werewolf."

Hohnihohkaiyohos

Native American Cheyenne name meaning high-backed wolf

Honiahaka

Native American Cheyenne name meaning little wolf

Hrodulf

Variant of Germanic Hrodwulf, meaning "famous wolf."

Hrodwulf

"Famous wolf." Old Germanic name composed of the elements hrod "fame" and wulf "wolf."

Hrolf

Contracted form of Old Germanic Hrodwulf, meaning "famous wolf."

Hrolfr

Old Norse form of Germanic Hrolf, meaning famous wolf

Ivailo

Variant of Bulgarian Ivaylo, possibly meaning wolf

Ivaylo

Bulgarian name, possibly meaning wolf

Kenyon

Little wolf Irish surname transferred to forename use, itself from Gaelic surname Mac Coinín son of Coinín

Konnor

Variant of English Connor, meaning hound/wolf-lover

Kuckunniwi

Native American Cheyenne name meaning little wolf

Liulfr

(?) wolf Old Norse name of which the first element is unknown, while the second is from úlfr wolf

Lope

Spanish form of Latin Lupus, meaning "wolf."

Loup

French form of Latin Lupus, meaning wolf

Lovel

Variant of English Lovell, meaning little wolf

Lovell

English surname transferred to forename use, itself from the Old Norman French nickname Louvel, a diminutive of lou wolf, meaning little wolf

Lowell

English surname transferred to forename use, itself a variant of English Lovell, meaning little wolf

Lupe

Wolf Nickname for English Guadalupe (river of the wolf).

Lupita

Pet form of English Lupe, meaning wolf

Lupus

Latin name derived from the word lupus, meaning wolf

Lyall

Scottish surname transferred to unisex forename use, itself from the Old Norse name Liulfr, meaning (?) wolf

Lycurgus

Latin form of Greek Lykourgos, meaning wolf-work

Lykourgos

"Wolf-work." Greek myth name of a king who banned the cult of Dionysus and paid dearly for it, composed of the elements lykou "of a wolf" and ergon "deed, work."

Ocumwhowurst

Native American Cheyenne name meaning yellow wolf

Ocunnowhurst

Variant of Cheyenne Ocumwhowurst, meaning yellow wolf

Ohcumgache

Native American Cheyenne name meaning little wolf

Phelan

English form of Irish/Gaelic Fáolan, meaning little wolf

Quinn

Chief; hound/wolf Irish surname transferred to unisex forename use, itself from Gaelic Ó Coinn, meaning descendant of Conn

Radulf

"Wise wolf." German name composed of the elements rad "counsel" and wulf "wolf."

Rafe

English variant of German Ralph, meaning wise wolf
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