200 Wolf Names and meanings

Wolf names have been used for centuries in different countries throughout the world.  Manywolf names meanings of these names have been adopted by people as strong identifications of themselves to the world.  I’ve listed below some of the most famous – and not so famous wolf names and their meanings.  Some are male wolf names, some are female, and some can be interchanged between the two.  It’s meant as simply a starting point in your search for the perfect name. If you’re looking for werewolf names, check out the werewolf name generator, or the list of werewolf names around the world.

What’s in a Name?

A name is how you identify yourself, and how others identify you. It can have a very strong impact on how you are perceived and how you act. In fact, humans are not the only creatures to identify each other by “names” – animals such as dolphins also use unique names to identify each other. Choosing a name can be incredibly difficult – whether or not it’s for a real person, a fictional person in a book, a pen name, or simply an alias. Perhaps one of the reasons it is so difficult is because it will be something that someone will carry with them their whole life.  People look for names that have meanings special to themselves or their loved ones.  Finding that perfect name means alot of research, and looking at the meanings of the name can help in this research.

So, here we go…

Wolf Names and their Meanings

NameMeaningOrigin
Accaliashe-wolfLatin
Adalwolfnoble wolfGerman
Adalwolfanoble she-wolfGerman
Adoffvariant of Adolph; noble wolfGerman
Adolfonoble wolfLatin
Adolphnoble wolfGerman
Adolphanoble she-wolfGerman
Adolphusnoble wolfGerman
AmagukwolfInupiat
AmarogwolfInuit
Amouxeagle wolfFrench
Amwolfeagle wolfGerman
Ardolfhome loving wolfEnglish
Ardwolfhome loving wolfEnglish
Arnoueagle wolfFrench
Audolfwolfs friendNorse
Bardalphax wolfOld English
Bardolfax wolfOld English
Bardoubright wolf; ax-weilding wolfEnglish
Beowulfintelligent wolfAnglo-Saxon
BhangiwolfTibetan
BighanawolfIndia
BiryukwolfMolokan
Bjomolfbear wolfNorse
BlaezwolfOld Breton
BleddynwolfWelsh
Blediglike a wolfWelsh
BleiddwolfWelsh
Bodolfwolf leaderNorse
Boriswolf, shortRussian
Botewolfherald wolfEnglish
Botolfmessenger wolf; herald wolfOld English
Botwolfherald wolfOld English
Bozkurtlargrey wolfTurkish
CalebdogHebrew
Canawolf cubCeltic
Canaganwolf cubCeltic
Channyoung wolfEnglish
Channingyoung wolf; official of the churchOld French
Channonyoung wolfEnglish
Chanteloupsong of the wolfFrench
ChinuawolfMongolian
Colinin whelpCeltic
Conallstrong as a wolfIrish
Conanhound, wolf; highIrish
Connerywolf farmerCeltic
Connorwolf loverIrish
Convelwolf warriorCeltic
Conwennawolf, houndCornish
Cuanlittle wolf or little houndIrish
DibwolfArabic
DolphwolfTeutonic
Dolphusnoble wolfGerman
EdonwolfFrench
Ethelwulfnoble wolfOld English
Eyolflucky wolfNorwegian
Faoiltiamawolf ladyIrish
Faolanlittle wolfIrish
FarkaswolfHungarian
Felansmall wolfCeltic
Fenrismythical monster wolfNorse
Filtiarnlord of wolvesCeltic
Frekimyth name of Odin’s wolfNorse
Fridolfpeaceful wolfOld English
Friduwulfpeaceful wolfOld English
Geirolfwolf spearNorse
GonzalowolfSpanish
GorgwolfFarsi
Guadalupewolf valleyArabic
Gunnolffighting wolfNorse
HaquihanawolfArapaho
HoniwolfArapaho
Honiahakalittle wolfCheyenne
Hó’nehewolfCheyenne
HrolfwolfNorse
Hrolleifold wolfNorse
IngolfIng’s wolfNorse
IvaylowolfBulgarian
Kiyiyahowling wolfYakima
Kuckunniwilittle wolfCheyenne
KurtwolfTurkish
KweeuuwolfHopi
LandgawolfMarathi
Larentiathe shewolf who nursed Remus and RomulusLatin
Leidolfwolf descendantNorse
LeloowolfChinook
LiekoswolfGreek
LlopwolfCatalonian
LobowolfPortuguese
LoupwolfFrench
Louvellittle wolfFrench
Lowelittle wolfFrench
Lowellwolf cub; little wolfOld French
LupewolfSpanish
LupercaShewolf who nursed Romulus and RemusLatin
LupowolfItalian
LupuwolfMaltese
LupuswolfLatin
Lyallwolf; surnameOld Norse
Lykaioswolfish, of a wolf; wolf-likeGreek
Macconson of a wolfCeltic
MaengunwolfOjibwe
MaheeganwolfNative American
MahiganwolfCree
MaicohwolfNavaho
MaiyunwolfCheyenne
MakoceearthLakota
Mgelikamale wolfGeorgian
Mingangrey wolfNative American
MoheganwolfAmerican Indian
NashobawolfChoctaw
Nuntisthe Sun-WolfLatin
Ocumwhowurstyellow wolfCheyenne
Odolfprosperous wolfOld German
Odwolfewealthy wolfEnglish
Okhmhakalittle wolfCheyenne
OlcanwolfCeltic
OnaiwolfTamil
OokamiwolfJapanese
Otsandashe-wolfBasque
Phelanlike a wolfIrish
Radolfred wolfEnglish
Raffred wolfEnglish
Ralphwolf counsel; a fearless adviserOld English
Randshield wolfAnglo-Saxon
Randalewolf’s shieldEnglish
Randallshield wolfOld English
Randishield wolf; house wolf; protectorEnglish
Randolpha wolf shieldOld German
RanulfoWolf’s shield; emblem painted on a war shieldTeutonic
Raoulwolf council; red wolfEnglish
Raulwolf counselSpanish
Rendallwolf shieldEnglish
Reulefamous wolfFrench
Rezsofamous wolfTeutonic
Rodolfofamous wolfSpanish
Rolfred wolfTeutonic
Rollinfamous wolfTeutonic
Rollofamous wolfTeutonic
Roukanwolf counselJapanese
Rudifamed wolf abbreviation of RudolphGerman
Rudolphfamous wolfOld German
Ruellefamous wolfFrench
Rulefamous wolfFrench
Sandaliotrue wolfSpanish
Seffa wolfHebrew
ShunkahawolfLakota
SingartiwolfInukitut
SirhaanwolfMuslim
Skölla wolf that chased the sunNorse
SusiwolfFinnish
Talared wolf, stalking wolfSioux
TashawolfCaddo
Tatestalking wolfNative American
TchonowolfMongolian
ToraluwolfTelegu
Tunstallwolf of ThorTeutonic
Ty-OhniwolfNative American
Udolfwolf-wealthOld English
UdolphwindLakota
UjkuwolfAlbanian
UlfwolfOld German
Ulfwolf-like, courageousSwedish
Ulfredwolf of peaceOld English
Ulgerwolf spearOld English
Ullokwolf sportOld English
Ulmarfamous wolfOld English
Ulmerfame of the wolfNorse
Ulricpower of the wolfEnglish
Ulrichfemale wolfEnglish
Ulrikawolf rulerEnglish
Ulvelaikwolf sportEnglish
Uwaissmall wolfMuslim
VargwolfOld Norse
VelvelwolfYiddish
VilkaswolfLithuanian
VilkswolfLatvian
VukwolfCroatian
VukasinwolfSerbian
WayawolfCherokee
Weylynthe son of the wolfCeltic
Wolfgangson of the wolf; path of the wolfGerman
Wolframwolf ravenTeutonic
Wolfrikwolf rulerGerman
Woolseyvictorious wolfEnglish
Wulfgarwolf-like spearEnglish
Ylvashe-wolfScandanavian
Yowlumnepeople of the wolfYokut
ZayevwolfHebrew
Z’evwolfHebrew
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  1. Alpha says:

    ug…ok so there are white wolves but it doesn’t mean anything what so ever.ita just fur color

  2. Dragella says:

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  3. PoopyHead says:

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  4. PoopyHead says:

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  7. Robert Peter Rudi Rudolph says:

    I do do like a dodo, and poopie like a porkupine. That’s why my parents called me Rolf Rudi Rudolph: The red nosed red and famous wolf. And proud may i say!

  8. Z. Q. says:

    For ‘Uwais’, I’d just like to point out that ‘Muslim” is not a language. It’s a category-name of Islam followers.
    Uwais is either Arabic or Urdu. I’d just like to clear that, no offence intended to you or anyone else.
    Thank you.

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  13. Who knows says:

    These names Suck

  14. Who knows says:

    These names are horrible! They make no sense

    • Luna says:

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  15. Who knows says:

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  16. Don wolf child says:

    Makoyi (Blackfoot) for wolf

  17. Liz O says:

    Amaroq or Amarok is the correct Inuit name, you have an error on your page and substituted the Q for a G. It is AMAROQ

  18. Arianne says:

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  20. caleb says:

    I hope the book I’m writing gets published (i used Lykaios)

  21. Anonymous says:

    This really helps, since i sometimes write about wolves, and i sometimes need help looking for a name, thank and keep up the great work

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