Gender Masculine
Usage English
Pronounced Pron. A-dahlf
, AY-dahlf
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Meaning & History

English form of Adolf, rarely used since World War II.

Related Names

DiminutiveDolph
Other Languages & CulturesAdalwolf, Adolf, Adolphus(Ancient Germanic) Æðelwulf(Anglo-Saxon) Adolf(Czech) Adolf, Alf(Danish) Adolf(Dutch) Aadolf, Aatto, Aatu, Atte(Finnish) Adolphe(French) Adde, Ade, Aike, Ale, Alke, Alle, Atse(Frisian) Adolf, Adi(German) Adolf(Hungarian) Adolfo(Italian) Dölf, Dulf(Limburgish) Adolf, Alf(Norwegian) Adolf(Polish) Adolfo, Adolfito, Fito(Spanish) Adolf, Alf(Swedish)

Popularity

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Name Days

Denmark: September 26

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Entry updated July 2, 2017