Rudolph
Origin/Usage
English, Germanic
Pronunciation
ROO-dahlf
Meaning
Legendary wolf
More info about the name "Rudolph"

Rudolph originates in Germanic languages and means "legendary wolf". In most European countries it is used in its spelling variant Rudolf, historically borne by multiple kings and rulers. The English version Rudolph was popularized in the 1930s by Robert L. May and his Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer. As a masculine given name it has lost its popularity lately.

Also Spelled Like...

Rudolf, Rudi, Rudy

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