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1 Baldulf ArthurianLegend A knight. M
2 Bardawulf English Ax wolf. M
3 Bardolf English Axe-wielding wolf. M
4 Bardulf English Bright wolf, ax-wielding wolf. M
5 Barwolf English Ax wolf. M
6 Beadwof Anglo-Saxon Bold in war. M
7 Beatrice F Latin A variant of Beatrix meaning bringer of joy. In the Divine Comedy, Beatrice was Dante's guide through Paradise, perhaps inspired by Beatrice Portinari who was Dante's earliest love. M
8 Beornwulf Anglo-Saxon Name of a king. M
9 Beowulf Anglo-Saxon Intelligent wolf. M

10 Bjolf Norse Blood brother of Lodmund. M
11 Bjomolf Norse Bear wolf. M
12 Bodolf Norse Wolf leader. M
13 Botewolf English Herald wolf. M
14 Botolf English Wolf. M
15 Botolf German Derived from the Old German word for wolf. Boston was named after a 7th-century saint, as Botulf's stone. M
16 Botulf English Variant of Botolf: Wolf. M
17 Botulf German Derived from the Old German word for wolf. Boston was named after a 7th-century saint, as 'Botulf's stone'. M
18 Botwolf English Herald wolf. M
19 Branduff Irish Black raven. M
20 Brondolf Norse Son of Naddodd. M