Welf name meaning

Gender: Girl
Origin: Old High German
Meaning: Cub and Puppy
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What does Welf mean?

Meaning of Welf is Cub or Puppy is rooted from Old High German.

How popular is the name Welf?

Welf is a familiar baby name in Germany. As per our estimate, over 200 babies have been bestowed Welf around the globe, concentrated mainly in Europe.


Here's what numbers has to say about Welf

You often get involved with people who have a hard time to express how they actually feel. Having vowel E as your first one in your name represents your sensitivity. Achieving inner peace and harmony in life is what's most important to you. Sometimes, you act selfishly. Work on your self-confidence and find your own purpose. Your best character traits are individuality and independence. Your lively spirit and energy is commended by people.

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  •  Guntrud - The Guntrud means "Force or Struggle" is originated from Old High German
  •  Childeric - The Childeric came from German, meaning of Childeric is "Fight or Powerful"
  •  Carlota - Long standing and Celebrated Carlota specifically is used in Danish, English and Finnish came from English, Old High German and Germanic, meaning of Carlota is "Man or Husband" is used as a girl name

Famous people named Welf

  • Welf I, Swabian nobleman
  • Welf, first documented ancestor of the Elder House of Welf
  • Welf I, Duke of Bavaria, was Duke of Bavaria from 1070 to 1077 and
  • Welf II, Duke of Bavaria, was Duke of Bavaria from 1101 until his death
  • Welf VI, margrave of Tuscany and duke of Spoleto
  • Welf VII, only son of Welf VI, Duke of Spoleto and Margrave of Tuscany
  • Welf II, Count of Swabia, Swabian count and a member of the Elder House of Welf

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