Complete Definition of "Ralph"

see|ralph
English

Etymology
From Germanic Radulf, rÄd "counsel" + wulf "wolf", brought to England first in the Old Norse, then in the Norman form.

Pronunciation
:Rhymes: Rhymes:English:-ælf|-ælf
:Older, UK: Rhymes with safe

Proper noun
en-proper noun

  1. given name|male.

Translations
trans-top|male given name
Finnish: Rauli
French: Raoul
German: Ralf
trans-mid
Spanish: Raúl
Swedish: Ralf
trans-bottom


German

Proper noun
infl|de|proper noun

  1. given name|male||de: borrowed from English, more often spelled Ralf.

de:Ralph
ru:Ralph
sr:Ralph

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