Rollef

Rollef meaning and origin

Gender: Boy
Origin: Old Norse
Usage: Swedish, Norwegian and Old Swedish
Meaning: Descendant, Heritage and The Word Leifr with the Meaning Heir Descendent
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Rollef is Swedish and Norwegian form of Hrolleifr.

Variants of Rollef

Rolf, Hruodolf, Rudolphus, Ralph, Rudolph, Rolof, Råg, Rudolf, Hrólfr, Hrolleifr, Rolff, Rollo, Radolphus, Rafe, Radolf, Radulf, Ralf, Dolfe, Rolfe, Rodolphe, Rodolf, Ráðugr, *Hróolfr

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Popularity of Rollef

Rollef is an uncommon name around the world.

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You are all about adventure, excitement, entertainment, change, and breaking the habit. If number 11 is your soul urge no, it reveals your deepest desires. You secretly wish to inspire people with your life. You are a creative thinker who always comes with the best solutions. If someone surprises you in a positive way, that's fine. But it will take long until they earn your trust and full respect.

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