Gender Masculine
Pronounced Pron. ro-DAWL-fo(Italian) ro-DHOL-fo(Spanish)  [key·IPA]

Meaning & History

Italian, Spanish and Portuguese form of Rudolf. This is the name of the hero in Puccini's opera La Bohème (1896).

Related Names

DiminutivesFito, Rodolfito(Spanish)
Other Languages & CulturesHroðulf, Hrothulf(Anglo-Saxon) Rudolf(Armenian) Rudolf(Czech) Rolf(Danish) Roelof, Rudolf, Rodolf, Roel, Ruud(Dutch) Rolf, Rollo, Rudolph, Rodolph, Rolph, Rudy(English) Rodolphe, Rodolph(French) Rolf, Rudolf, Rodolf, Rudi(German) Ruedi(German (Swiss)) Hrodulf, Hrolf(Germanic) Rudolf, Rudi(Hungarian) Rūdolfs(Latvian) Roul(Medieval English) Roul(Medieval French) Rolf(Norwegian) Hrōþiwulfaz(Old Germanic) Hrólfr, Hróðulfr(Old Norse) Rudolf(Russian) Rudolf(Slovak) Rolf, Roffe(Swedish)


People think this name is

classic   mature   formal   upper class   urban   strong   rough   strange   complex  

Name Days

Italy: June 26


Entry updated November 16, 2019