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  1. WolfHeart
    • Origin:

      Animal name or diminutive of Wolfgang
    • Meaning:

      "traveling Wolf"
    • Description:

      Notable Wolfs like Blitzer, Mankowitz, and Kahn give this name a masculine bent, but nature names are inherently unisex, so we see no reason why Wolf can't be used on a baby girl.

      Historically Wolf has been more common among German (where it's pronounced Vulf) and Jewish families, occasionally as a nickname for Wolfgang.

      The nickname Wolfie softens and feminizes Wolf, while Wolfe turns it into a surname.

  2. WolfHeart
    • Origin:

      German
    • Meaning:

      "wolf"
    • Description:

      Wolf is a name with a split personality. It can be seen as one of the fierce animal names, like Fox and Bear and Puma, with a touch of the werewolf, or it can be viewed as a quieter, Wolf Blitzer kind of name, fairly common in German (where is pronounced Vulf) and Jewish families, sometimes as a short form of Wolfgang, or even Wolfram or Wolfhart.