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Meaning of the Name Dolph

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The first name Dolph is of Teutonic, German, Swedish origin. It is often a boy name. It has the following meaning(s):

Teutonic: Wolf
German: From the Name Randolph
Swedish: Noble Wolf

Related Names

Adolf  (Latin)
Variant of Adolphus: Latinized Form of the Old German 'Adalwolf' Meaning Noble Wolf. Used by Th and German Royal Families, and Introduced into Britain by the Hanoverians
Adolf  (German)
Variant of Adolph: Noble Wolf
Adolfo  (Hispanic)
Noble Hero; Form of Adolph
Adolfo  (German)
Variant of Adolph: Noble Wolf
Adolph  (German)
Noble Wolf
Adolph  (Swedish)
Noble Wolf
Adolph  (Teutonic)
Noble Wolf
Adolph  (Latin)
Variant of Adolphus: Latinized Form of the Old German 'Adalwolf' Meaning Noble Wolf. Used by Th and German Royal Families, and Introduced into Britain by the Hanoverians
Adolph  (German)
Wolf
Adolpha  (German)
Noble She Wolf
Adolphe  (Latin)
Variant of Adolphus: Latinized Form of the Old German 'Adalwolf' Meaning Noble Wolf. Used by Th and German Royal Families, and Introduced into Britain by the Hanoverians
Adolphe  (German)
Variant of Adolph: Noble Wolf
Adolphine  (Teutonic)
Feminine Form of Adolph. Noble Wolf
Adolphs  (Teutonic)
Noble Wolf,Benevolent,Placid,Cultured,
Adolphus  (Teutonic)
Noble Wolf
Adolphus  (Latin)
Latinized Form of the Old German 'Adalwolf' Meaning Noble Wolf. Used by Th and German Royal Families, and Introduced into Britain by the Hanoverians
Adolphus  (German)
Noble Wolf
Adolphus  (Swedish)
Noble Wolf
AdoQhina  (Teutonic)
Feminine Form of Adolph. Noble Wolf
Ardolph  (English)
Home Loving Wolf
Bardolph  (German)
From the Old German Berhtolf Meaning Bright Wolf
Bardolph  (English)
Bright Wolf, Ax-wielding Wolf
Bardolph  (Shakespearean)
'King Henry Iv, Part and ' an Irregular Humorist. 'King Henry Iv, Part ' Lord Bardolph, Retainer of Northumberland. 'King Henry V' Soldier in the King's Army. 'The Merry Wives of Windsor' a Follower o
Delbin  (Basque)
Flower Name, Dolphin
Delfina  (Latin)
Dolphin
Delfina  (Latin)
Dolphin. Variant of the Thirteenth-century French Saint Delphine
Delfina  (Spanish)
Dolphin. Variant of the Thirteenth-century French Saint Delphine
Delphia  (Latin)
Dolphin. Variant of the Thirteenth-century French Saint Delphine
Delphia  (Spanish)
Dolphin. Variant of the Thirteenth-century French Saint Delphine
Delphine  (Greek)
Dolphin. from the Greek Place Name Delphi, the Site of the Oracle of Apollo. Also from the Plant Name Delphinium
Delphine  (French)
Dolphin. Derived from the Greek Name. Famous Bearer: a Thirteenth-century French Saint
Dolphus  (German)
Abbreviation of Adolphus Noble Wolf
Fridolph  (English)
Peaceful Wolf
Radolph  (English)
Red Wolf
Rand  (English)
Variants of Randolph 'Wolf's Shield.' Surname
Rand  (Anglo Saxon)
Wolf Shield. Variant of Randolph
Randal  (English)
Shield Wolf. Variant of Randolph
Randale  (English)
Variants of Randolph 'Wolf's Shield.' Surname
Randall  (English)
Form of Randolph
Randall  (English)
Strong Shield; Another Form of Randolph. Origin: Anglo Saxon
Randel  (English)
Variants of Randolph 'Wolf's Shield.' Surname
Randell  (English)
Variants of Randolph 'Wolf's Shield.' Surname
Randolph  (Teutonic)
Wolf's Shield. from the Emblem Painted on a War Shield
Randolph  (English)
Wolf With a Shield
Randolph  (English)
Strong Shield
Randolph  (Teutonic)
House-wolf, Other Forms are Rafe, Ralph, Arrogant, Humorous, Domineering
Randolph  (English)
House Wolf, Protector. Mythological Wolf Was Esteemed for Courage
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