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This name is often used as a vernacular form of Benjamin.
-- Miss Claire  12/5/2004
Famous bearer of this name is double-platinum, Native American recording artist from Vancouver Island, Canada who now resides in Arizona: Wolf Patterson.
-- wolfsmusic  4/21/2005
Wolf Blitzer is a famous CNN anchor/reporter.
-- Anonymous User  12/21/2005
Wolf is flow backwards.
-- Anonymous User  7/25/2006
The Yiddish pronunciation for this name is vohlf.
-- Miss Claire  7/30/2006
Wolf is my favorite boy's name! They are also my favorite animals. It is so strong and masculine! I recommend this name very much. I have names picked out for if I have kids, and my boy's name is Wolf Kayden.
-- harry_sent_me  5/31/2007
Wolf was one of the main characters in the great fantasy miniseries The 10th Kingdom. He was half man, half Wolf, descended from Little Red Riding Hood. He was an awesome character, very, very, hilarious! And handsome! He fell in love with the heroine, Virginia.
-- harry_sent_me  5/31/2007
I don't like the name Wolf at all, to me, Wolf is not a name. I do however love the name Wolfe a lot.
-- Anonymous User  3/9/2008
Pronounced "Wawlf".
-- Maggie_Simpson  3/15/2008
I love the way this name sounds, but I do live in the real world and would therefore probably not use it. But who knows?
-- Grimscarlett  10/4/2008
Wolf is also the Dutch word for the animal and so it's also sometimes used in the Netherlands.
-- renee06  11/26/2008
My nephew's middle name. It's a name that has to be taken with a grain of salt. If you have lengthy or impressive first or last names, it can be a strong, beautiful middle name, but as a first name it seems too animistic-flower-childish to me or like it would be taken as a joke. I think it makes a powerful middle name that can work for either sex, but is easy to overdo.
-- MorganBonny  2/4/2009
Good corny name for a character, but for a person. Does not really seem like a name at all. :|
-- Pookie-Mookie94  6/12/2009
Besides for being one of my least favorite animals (isn't saying much, as I'm an animal-lover), it's like a fad for everyone to be obsessed with wolves. It's also sort of awkward as a first name; would make a much better middle name.
-- Kerules  6/30/2009
Can also be spelled in the French form of 'Wolv'.
-- shadia_malfoy  7/12/2009
I love the French version of this name, 'Wolv' and plan on using it for my son. I also know a Parisan man named Wolv. This name seems like the bearer would be quite charming.
-- shadia_malfoy  7/12/2009
No idea where the last poster got their info from, but 'Wolv' isn't a French name. Wolf has been used occasionally in France in the last 100 years, but it's extremely rare. Loup (the French word for wolf) is slightly less rare, and had a small popularity spike in 2003, when 87 children were given the name.
-- Anonymous User  10/23/2010
I think Welf is a German variant of Wolf.
-- Anonymous User  2/27/2011
@ -- Anonymous User 2/27/2011
"I think Welf is a German variant of Wolf."

Welf is not a variant of Wolf, but a name in its own right.
It is derived from Old High German "hwelf" meaning "cub", specifically a puppy-dog.
-- Anonymous User  12/23/2013
Wolf O'Donnell is the leader of Team Star Wolf in the Star Fox games. He is known for having his rivalry with Fox McCloud.
-- dwayne1996  7/15/2012
This is an AWESOME name! I really like the animal wolves, for some reason...? :D.
-- LoveHeartKawaii  9/7/2014

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