A good vintage name. Reminds me of someone from the middle ages or 19th or 20th century.
Rudolf Sieckenius was a German General and Tank commander during WWII. He was one of the principal commanders of Battle of Berlin.
I already said this in the comment section of the name's English spelling, "Rudolph", but I will say this again here as well: Rudolf is not a funny name of a reindeer. It is an ancient Germanic name meaning "famous wolf" and it has been around for centuries and has been borne by many important historical figures including many kings, noblemen and military leaders. People need to stop with this association. There is nothing funny about this name. People named Rudolf should be proud.
Also Slovak: [noted -ed]
A pretty solid name, disregarding the obvious association.
Cute. I don't think of Rudolf the red-nosed reindeer.
The oldest and most famous figure with this name is the legendary Danish King from the Germanic poem Beowulf.

Rudolf, AKA Hrōþiwulfaz, Hroðulf, Hrólfr Kraki, Rolfo, Roluo, Rolf Krage.
From Proto-Germanic, Hrōþiwulfaz, *hrōþiz (“praise, fame, glory, renown”) +‎ *wulfaz (“wolf”)."Famous Wolf". Later became Hroðulf. And finally Rudolf.
Rudolf Dassler was the German founder of the sportswear company Puma and the older brother of Adidas founder, Adolf "Adi" Dassler. The brothers were partners in a shoe company Adi started, Gebrüder Dassler Schuhfabrik (Dassler Brothers Shoe Factory). Rudi joined in 1924, however the brothers became rivals following World War II and started their own companies in 1948. Initially calling the new company "Ruda" (Rudolf Dassler), it was soon changed to its present name of Puma. Puma is the native Quechua word for cougar, from there it went into German as well as other languages, such as Spanish, French, Russian, Romanian, Portuguese, Italian, Polish, Czech, Bulgarian, Swedish, Danish, Norwegian, Finnish, Croatian, Serbian, Slovene and Hungarian.
Hungarian pronunciation: RUW-dolf.
Rudolf Hess (26 April 1894-17 August 1987) was a prominent Nazi politician. After World War II, he was arrested and sentenced to prison for life for crimes against peace. In 1987, he committed suicide in a building in the prison garden.
Popular culture has ruined a lot of names. This one included.
Rudolf Rassendyll is the protagonist of Anthony Hope's 1894 adventure novel "The Prisoner of Zenda".
Hehe Rudolf the red nose reindeer :D aside from that I think it's a pretty cool name and it must be very unique, I do not know a single person who has this name.
Rudolf Steiner, founded the Anthroposophy movement.
Rudolf (1282-1307) was the son of King Albert I of Germany and his wife Elisabeth.
Rudolf (929-?) was the son of Holy Roman Emperor Louis III and his wife Adelheid.
Rudolf (1270-1290) was the son of German King Rudolf I and his wife Gertrud of Hohenburg.
Rudolf (1788-1831) was one of the sons of the Holy Roman Emperor Leopold II and his wife Maria Luisa of Spain.
Rudolf (1858-1889) was the only son of Emperor Franz Joseph I of Austria and his wife Elisabeth "Sissi". He was the Crown Prince and supposted to become Emperor one day. He was married to a belgian princess and had one daughter. Together with his mistress he committed suicide.
Rudolf II, Holy Roman Emperor (1552-1612), son of Maximilian II (Holy Roman Emperor) and his wife Maria of Spain. Because he died without issues, his younger brother became Emperor.
I like this a lot. It reminds me of my relative, whom also was a person of this name. Yea, I see "Rudolf the Red Nosed Reindeer" as something tho put it down, but other than that, it's a great name!
Rudolf is also used in Russia and Armenia.

In Russia, Rudolf is written as: Рудольф .

In Armenia, Rudolf is written as: Ռուդոլֆ . [noted -ed]
Rudolf Pap is a Hungarian-born award-winning animator.
Also a male name in Croatia. [noted -ed]
Rudolf Bőhm (Hrušínský), 14th February 1897 in Dolní Liboc. (Her parents are Jan Bőhm and Františka Doležalová-Bőhmová). {}

Rudolf Hrušínský, 17th October 1920, Nová Včelnice - 13th April 1994, Prague.

Rudolf Hrušínský, 5th October 1946 in Prague.
Rudolf Hrušínský, 19th November 1970 in Prague.
A famous bearer is fictional character Rudolf Uhrík from the TV crime show "Mesto tieňov". He is played by Ivan Vojtek.
Famous bearers:
Actor Rudolf Böhm (Hrušínský) (17/10/1920-13/4/1994)
Actor Rudolf Hrušínský (5/10/1946)
Actor Rudolf Hrušínský (19/11/1970)
Rudolph William Louis "Rudy" Giuliani - an American lawyer, businessman, and politician - was mayor of New York City from 1994 to 2001.
A famous bearer is Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer. XD
A famous bearer is German actor Rudolf Martin.
Rudolf Schenker is the guitarist of the band Scorpions!
Listen to the German pronunciation of Rudolf here:
A famous bearer was Rudolf Khametovich Nureyev, one of the best male ballet dancers in the world.

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