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My great grandfather born around 1900 in Italy was named Gandalfo. I suppose this is the Italian masculine to Gandalf.
-- mophi  9/4/2005
A famous literate bearer was Gandalf the Grey/White of The Hobbit/Lord of the Rings.
-- swordsmanoffire  10/6/2005
Who the hell would name their child this? That is outrageous! It's such an awful name. It sucks so bad!
-- Anonymous User  6/2/2007
The original name of Gandalf in Norse Mythology was Gandálfr.
-- Lucille  8/21/2007
I actually used to know a couple who had a son and daughter named Galadrial and Gandalf. Poor little Gandalf!
-- Chanel  6/2/2009
Please please please do NOT name your child this!
-- Anonymous User  6/2/2011
I think Gandalf is a terrible name, in my opinion. No offense to anyone who likes this name, but please don't name your child this!
-- dwayne1996  10/15/2012
This will be the name used by the Weather Channel during the 2012-2013 winter season (spelt Gandolf).
-- dwayne1996  10/15/2012
As an avid reader of Tolkein's Middle-earth literature, it's pretty obvious what - or rather, who - this reminds me of. No offense to anyone who actually has this name, but to quote me from when I found Gandalf among the names listed, good grief.
-- Deinonychus  12/31/2012
Name of the Day: June 2, 2013.
-- dwayne1996  6/2/2013
I think this name could have been nice, but when ever someone hears this they'll think of Lord of the Rings. I don't think it's a bad name, but I would never name my son this.
-- pepper256pasta  4/27/2014
Gandalf would be a sweet name for one of those Irish Wolfhound dogs.
-- Aberdeenlondon  8/18/2014
Aww, this is the Word of the Day? I just re-watched The Fellowship of the Ring last night.
-- ComradeJocasta  6/2/2015

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