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200+ Wolf Names That Sound Mysterious And Majestic

Wolves are strong, beautiful creatures — so why not name your baby after one?

Wolves are marvelous, majestic creatures. They are one of the most beautiful animals to walk this earth. However, they are also strong. They are fierce. They are not to be messed with. They encapsulate everything you should strive to become.

If you want to name your child after these beautiful animals with the hopes they will become equally as beautiful and fierce, then here a list of names you should consider:

Acwulf: A wolf from the oak meadows

Adalwolf: A noble wolf

Adalwolfa: A wolf who is noble

Adolfa: The feminine version of Adolf, meaning ‘noble wolf’

Adolfo: Noble wolf

Adolfus: A noble wolf

Adolpha: A noble and kind she wolf

Adolphe: An aristocrat wolf

Adolphine: An honorable and noble wolf

Adolpho: Spanish variant of Adolf; Noble wolf

Adolphus: noble wolf; A derivative of name Ado

Adulf: The wolf who is noble and honorable

Aedwulf: A noble and honorable wolf

Aegenwulf: The wolf of the chief sea

Aethelwulf: Noble Wolf

Alarick: Noble Leader or a Wolf ruler, Fierce, Supreme ruler of all

Aldwulf: One old as a wolf

Amaruq: Grey wolf

Amwolf: The majestic and powerful like an Eagle Wolf

Ardolf: Home Loving Wolf; A variant of the name Ardwolf

Ardolph: Home Loving Wolf; A variant of the name Ardwolf

Ardwolf: Home Loving Wolf

Arnoux: Eagle wolf

Arnulf: Wolf, eagle; one who likes to go high

Arnulfo: Has the Eagle and Wolf power; powerful person

Azouf: Aesir’s wolf

Bardalph: Ax Wolf

Bardawulf: axe and wolf

Bardolf: Axe-wolf

Bardolph: Axe-wolf

Bardolphe: A bright wolf

Bardou: Axe-wielding wolf

Bardoul: Bright wolf, ax-wielding wolf

Bardulf: Bright wolf, ax-wielding wolf

Bardulph: Axe-wolf

Barduwulf: An ax-wielding wolf

Barwolf: Ax Wolf

Beorhtwulf: To have the light and brightness of the wolf

Beorthwulf: One who is like a bear and llike the wolf

Beowulf: Intelligent Wolf

Berhtwulf: He is the wolf of the light

Bernulf: He who is like a wolf and a bear

Bertulf: To be like a wolf and bear

Bleddyn: Wolf Hero

Bleiz: Old Breton word meaning ‘wolf.’

Blevine: A child who is like a wolf cub

Borris: He who is like a short wolf

Botewolf: A name that means Herald Wolf

Botolf: He is a herald wolf

Botolph: One who is like a herald wolf

Botolphe: A man who is like a herald wolf

Botulf: One who is compared to a wolf

Botwolf: He who is wolf-like

Cathwulf: A woman pure as a wolf

Chann: Officer of Church; also a young Wolf

Channe: A young Wolf

Channon: Wolf’s babies; the wise one

Clell: Descendant of the wolf family

Cuetlachtli: Nahuatl word for wolf.

Cunignos: A little Wolf

Cuthwulf: Wolf; one filled with power

Dolf: Noble wolf; they are responsible and kind people

Dolph: In swedish the name Dolph means ‘Noble Wolf’

Dolphus: Majestic Noble Wolf; determined and noble

Due: One who belongs to a tribe; wolf power

Duko: Duko is derived from Doede, meaning a famous wolf

Eadwulf: A person who is idealistic and has inspirational qualities; Its derived meaning from Old English where ead mean ‘Fortune’ and wulf means  ‘Wolf’

Eeriuffi: Greenlandic form of Herjulf. It means warrior wolf.

Ernouf: Wolf eagle

Ethelwulf: a noble wolf.

Farkas: He who is like a wolf

Fillan: A little Wolf; name of a saint

Freki: Name of Odin’s wolf.

Fridolf: Peaceful wolf

Fridolph: A peaceful wolf

Grimmwolf: Grimm means fierce as a whole Grimm fierce means a person who is fierce and powerful like a wolf.

Gundulf: Wolf of War, from words “grund” meaning war and “vulfus” which means wolf.

Gurgen: Gotten from Middle Persian gurg “wolf” joined with a humble postfix.

Hardulph: Brave wolf, old Anglo Saxon the hill

Harou: The army’s wolf

Hati: the name of a mythical wolf

Heardwulf: Strong wolf, brave

Hebrewulf: Wolf

Heoruwulf: A wolf army

Hildwulf: One who is like a wolf in the battle

Hrolf: Wolf

Hrolleif: Old wolf

Ingolf: Ing’s wolf.

Ingouf: God Ing’s wolf, warrior

Ivailo: Variant transcription of Ivaylo, meaning wolf.

Kenneally: Kenneally means Head of Wolf

Leiðolfr: Chief wolf

Liudolf: A Famous Wolf, from the germanic word Hludwolf

Lobo: A person who is like a Wolf

Louve: Female wolf

Lovel: One who is like a young wolf

Lovell: A wolf cub

Loveta: A woman who is like a young wolf

Lovett: A person who has the qualities of a young wolf

Lovetta: Resembling a young wolf

Lovette: She is like a wolf cub

Lovota: A fast Wolf; good natured

Lowe: A person who is like a young wolf, used as a surname

Lupe: River of the Wolf

Lupin: From latin word “lupinus” meanin Wolf

Lyall: A Scottish surname derived from the Old Norse given name Liulfr which means wolf

Lycan: A werewolf

Lycidas: Wolf son

Lyell: A wolf from the island

Lyfing: A dear wolf

Lyulf: A compound of “wolf” and “flame”

Lyulph: A flaming wolf

Marrok: A knight that was thought to be a warewolf

Mingan: A grey wolf, a person who is intelligent and furious as wolf

Móðolfr: The fearless wolf.

Nirmolak: A wolf from the northern areas

Nothwulf: A wolf from the northern areas

Osouf: God’s wolf or warrior. It’s a variant of Ozouf.

Ostrythe: Name given to a divine Wolf; idealistic person

Ovais: A variant of Owais; Name of companions of the Prophet; Little Wolf

Owais: A wolf; the best compannion of the Prophet

Owaisy: A wolf; a courageous and brave warrior

Owein: A noble- born young individual who is like a Wolf

Ozouf: God’s wolf, warrior

Phelan: One who is like a wolf

Radolf: A red wolf

Radolph: A wolf’s shield

Radulfus: A shield wolf

Radulph: A wolf consel

Radulphus: A shield of the wolf

Raedwolf: A red haired wolf

Raedwulf: A red wolf

Raff: A red wolf

Ragnulf: Adviser wolf, warrior

Rahoul: A wolf counsel

Ralfs: A variant of Ralph. It means wolf counsel.

Randale: A shield-wolf

Randel: A surname variant of Randolph, means wolf’s shield

Randolf: A house wolf, prostector

Randoll: Surname, means wolf shield

Randon: Variant of Randolph, means shield with a wolf emblem

Randulf: Nordic name meaning edge of the wolf’s shield

Randulfus: Edge of the wolf’s shield

Randulph: Wolf’s shield

Randulphus: A shield with a wolf emblem

Ranndy: A house wolf

Ranulf: Scottish name meaning a shield of wolf

Ranulfus: English name meaning a shield with the emblem of a wolf

Ranulph: A shield-wolf

Raoul: A red wolf

Raulf: One who has the wisdom of a wolf

Raulfe: He is wise like a wolf

Raulin: A little wise wolf, mostly used as a surnme

Rawling: An advice of the wolf. Mainly used as a surname

Rawlins: One who is a son of the wise wolf-man

Rawls: Mainly used as a surname which means The Famous Wolf

Rawly: An Old English surname that meas A well-known wolf

Rawson: An English surname, the son of the famous wolf

Rawsone: A surname that means a male child of the famous wolf

Rendell: The shield that is used to protect the wolf

Renouf: Adviser wolf

Rezso: Germanic – Famous Wolf; Legendary wolf; A derivative of the English Rudolph.

Rhudi: A wolf famous among man

Rieka: A woman who has the power of the wolf, or a woman who holds the power of home

Rodolf: A legendary and famous wolf

Rodolfo: A notable and legendary wolf

Rodolph: One who is known as a famous wolf

Rodolphus: A wolf of great fame

Rolf: He is a legendary wolf among men

Rolfe: Germanic – Famous Wolf; Legendary wolf; Wise and Strong; A variant of Ralph

Rollin: A wolfy legendary man

Rollo: A notable, acclaimed wolf

Rotri: One who is famous wolf

Roul: Famous wolf

Rowsan: A wolf-counsel’s son

Rudi: One who has the fame of the wolf

Rudie: One whose fame is like a wolf’s

Rudina: One who is like a lgendary wolf

Rudolf: He is legendary like a wolf

Rudolfa: A legendary female wolf

Rudolfo: A wolf who is a legend

Rudolph: A man who has the fame of the legendary wolf

Rudolpho: One who is known as a famous wolf

Ruid: He is like a famous wolf

Rule: French – Famous Wolf; A variant of the name Ruelle.

Saewulf: A wolf of the sea

Sandulf: True Wolf

Sassaba: The wolf

Scenwulf: The act of a wolf

Seath: Wolfish

Seaxwulf: Wolf of the sea

Sigewulf: A victorious wolf

Sirhaan: One who resambles the wolf

Sirhan: A man who is like a wolf

Skjöldolfr: The protector wolf.

Syaoran: He who is a little wolf

Tatwulf: He who is as strong as a wolf

Teowulf: A mighty wolf

Theodulf: The God of wolf

Thrydwulf: Combination name, thorn and wolf

Tidwulf: The wolf of its time, or the time wolf

Udolf: A wolf ruler

Úlf: Wolf.

Ulfhrafn: A combination of the words wolf and raven.

Ulfr: Wolf

Ulfred: Wolf of peace

Úlfur: Wolf in Icelandic language. A variant of Ulfr.

Ulva: She wolf

Uwais: A small wolf

Vakhtang: Wolf-bodied

Valko: Derived from Bulgarian valk, meaning wolf.

Velvel: Wolf

Vígolfr: The battling wolf.

Wolf: The animal wolf.

Wolfgang: Wolf strife

Wolfram: Wolf and raven.

Ylfa: A female wolf.

Zeev: Hebrew word for wolf.

Zev: Wolf  Thought Catalog Logo Mark

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