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  • It is really , really bad .

    81 56.25%
  • I think its adorable

    28 19.44%
  • iam neutral about that name .

    35 24.31%
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  1. #16
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    It does feel very, very masculine to me. I guess it could work as a middle name, but a girl named Wolf would be a little bizarre.
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  2. #18
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    Wolf is awesome for a boy! However, I would only use it as a middle name. I use it as a middle name for Dominic.
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  3. #20
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    I think it works just the same on either sex, really. On either one it sounds aggressive and badass. In the novel I'm writing (in my signature is a link to it) the girl main character is named Wolf.

    Personally, I think in real life, it works fine in the middle for a boy or a girl, but there are way better animal names for the first name spot.
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  4. #22
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    You had it with Artemis, didn't you? I remember thinking Artemis Wolf would be fantastic. I like Wolf in the middle for a boy or a girl. There's nothing wrong with a bit of fierceness in a woman. We're not all daisies and roses.

    I'm not as keen on Wolf as a first for either gender. I love Wulfric, however.
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  5. #24
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    I want to like it but I just don’t. There is something too dark and aggressive about it. I can’t quite pinpoint it, but it turns me off. I can see using it on a boy, but I wouldn't use it for a girl. Kids can be cruel… a female wolf is often called a… It’s not an obvious joke, but I don’t think it will be overlooked.
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