Adolfo Bautista Herrera (May 15, 1979) is a Mexican retired professional footballer nicknamed Bofo - Spanish for "spongy".
Handsome as all hell.
I love this name! It's very beautiful and I'm happy to see that it's still widely used in Latin America. I also really love the French form, "Adolphe".
I don't care about Hitler. I like this name. Adolpho could be a good alternative.
I don't like this name. Not caring about what Hitler did is pretty strange, and this is no different than naming someone Adolf in my eyes. It is one letter different, it isn't like it is an entire different name.
This name is trash.
The name of the "Latin lover" character in the musical The Drowsy Chaperone :)
This name is just one letter different then Adolf, and not many people will know the difference as soon as they read Adolf. I think Hitler ruined all forms of this name... Adalwolf, Adolf, Adolfo, and Dulf.
Adolfo Bresciano was an Italian-born Canadian professional wrestler, better known by the ring name Dino Bravo. Bresciano began wrestling in 1970, taking the "Dino Bravo" moniker from Pepe DiPasquali, a wrestler from the early 1960s who had teamed with Dominic DeNucci as the Bravo brothers, Dino and Dominic. He was trained by Gino Brito and often worked in a tag team with his mentor, billed as Brito's cousin. Bravo worked in a number of other tag teams, partnering with, among others, "Mr. Wrestling" Tim Woods and DeNucci.
The name Adolfo was given to 155 boys born in the US in 2015.
Well I hear good and bad about this name but as an experience user I must say I love this name. In high school my baseball friends cut it in half and added a silent E and called me ADOE. Now in my new place of living I have gotten good feed back the only thing is I can't do anything wrong cause everyone will know who it is, not like Mike you have to ask which one?
Very beautiful name, and that name I will give to my son.
Adolfo Suárez González, 1st Duke of Suárez, Grandee of Spain, KOGF OCIII (Spanish pronunciation: [aˈðolfo ˈswaɾeθ]; Cebreros 25 September 1932 – Madrid 23 March 2014) was a Spanish lawyer and politician. Suárez was Spain's first democratically elected prime minister after the dictatorship of Francisco Franco, and the key figure in the country's transition to democracy.
Adolfo Bioy Casares (Spanish pronunciation: [aˈðolfo ˈβjoi kaˈsaɾes]; September 15, 1914 – March 8, 1999) was an Argentine fiction writer, journalist, and translator. He was a friend and frequent collaborator with his fellow countryman Jorge Luis Borges, and wrote what many consider one of the best pieces of fantastic fiction, the novella The Invention of Morel.
The name Adolfo was given to 157 baby boys born in the US in 2012. I wouldn't recommend this name.
This name just creeps me out; not only because is the Italian translation of Adolf (hence Hitler), but also because it was the name of one of my teachers when I was in primary school, and he was as mean as hell!
Adolfo López Mateos (26 May 1910 – 22 September 1969[1]) was a Mexican politician affiliated with the Institutional Revolutionary Party (PRI) who served as President of Mexico from 1958 to 1964. As president, he nationalized electric companies, created the National Commission for Free Textbooks (1959) and promoted the creation of prominent museums such as the Museum of Natural History and the National Museum of Anthropology in Mexico City. Declaring his political philosophy to be "left within the Constitution," López Mateos was the first left-wing politician to hold the presidency since Lázaro Cárdenas.
Adolfo Ruiz Cortines (30 December 1890 – 3 December 1973) was President of Mexico from 1952 to 1958, representing the Institutional Revolutionary Party (PRI). He was one of the oldest presidents of Mexico, perhaps best remembered for granting women the right to vote in presidential elections and stimulating the Mexican economy.
Adolfo Alsina Maza (Buenos Aires January 4, 1829 – Carhué December 29, 1877) was an Argentine lawyer and Unitarian politician, and one of the founders of the Partido Autonomista and the National Autonomist Party.
Adolfo Rivadeneyra (Santiago de Chile, April 10, 1841 - Madrid, February 5, 1882) was a Spanish diplomat, orientalist, editor and traveler.
Adolfo Marsillach Soriano (1928, Barcelona – 2002) was a Catalan actor, playwright and theatre director.
Adolfo Domínguez Bastida, better known as Gustavo Adolfo Bécquer, (Seville February 17, 1836 – Madrid December 22, 1870) was a Spanish post-romanticist writer of poetry and short stories, now considered one of the most important figures in Spanish literature. He adopted the alias of Bécquer as his brother Valeriano Bécquer, a painter, had done earlier. He was associated with the post-romanticism movement and wrote while realism was enjoying success in Spain. He was moderately well known during his life, but it was after his death that most of his works were published.

His best known works are the Rhymes and the Legends, usually published together as Rimas y leyendas. These poems and tales are essential to the study of Spanish literature and common reading for high-school students in Spanish-speaking countries.

His work approached the traditional poetry and themes in a modern way, and is considered the founder of modern Spanish lyricism. Bécquer's influence on 20th century poets of the Spanish language can be felt in the works of Octavio Paz and Giannina Braschi.
Adolfo Domínguez is a Galician fashion designer.
Adolfo "Fito" Cabrales Mato, (born October 6, 1966 in Bilbao, Spain), is a songwriter, singer and guitarist.
Adolfo Pérez Esquivel (born November 26, 1931 in Buenos Aires, Argentina) was the recipient of the 1980 Nobel Peace Prize. He is noted for leading protests against the Free Trade Area of the Americas and for alleging that the Argentinean police are forming children into paramilitary squads, an operation he compares to the creation of Nazi Germany's Hitler Youth.
Adolfo Emilio Phillips (December 16, 1941 in Bethania, Panama), is a former Major League Baseball outfielder who played from 1964-1972. He would play for the Philadelphia Phillies, Chicago Cubs, Montreal Expos, and Cleveland Indians. On June 11, 1967, he hit three home runs in one game.
Adolfo Rodríguez Saá Páez Montero (born July 25, 1947) is an Argentine Peronist politician. He was the governor of the province of San Luis during several terms, and briefly served as President of Argentina.
Surprisingly, this name is still used in Latin America. It actually appears on the US top 1000! I guess over there, the association with Adolf Hitler wasn't too much to ruin this name.
Adolfo Pirelli is the arrogant Italian barber who becomes the first victim in the horror story/musical "Sweeny Todd".
This name used to make me think of Hilter but since Adolfo "Bofo" Bautista got famous I really like this name because now when I think of Adolfo of think of this great scoccer player. By the way, Bofo is such a cute nickname.
Since the name means "noble wolf", I think this would be an excellent name for a dog, instead of Adolf which would be too much, even for a dog.

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