Dictionary of Medieval Names
from European Sources

Wolfhart m. Old High German wolf, Gothic wulf 'wolf' + Old Saxon hard, Old High German hart 'strong, hard'.

The name of a minor 12th C Schwabian saint.

Belgium
Dutch
1597x1598 Wolffaert BoonenGes p. 354
England
Dutch
1587 Wolfaert AuFr Bijler; 1588 Wolfaert ibid. Bijler
France
Latin
c823 Ulfardus (nom) irminon-vol2 b, Palatiolum, Vulfardus (nom) ibid. 32, Ved; 1378 Wulfardo (dat) hanquetvol1 593
Germany
Latin
963x1023 Wolfhart (nom) TradCorb §226; 1322 Wolfhardus (nom) SMM p. 157
Early New High German
1424 Wolfhart (nom) mairhofer DCCXX; 1497 Wolffhart Nurn1497 339
The Netherlands
Latin
1212 Wlfardus (nom) CLI p. 149
Dutch
1560 Wolfaert MagMiddelburg-1560; 1561 Wolphaert ibid.; 1562 Wolphaert ibid.; 1563 Wolphaert ibid.; 1564 Wolfaert ibid.; 1565 Wolfaert ibid.
Cite as: S.L. Uckelman. "Wolfhart". In S.L. Uckelman, ed. The Dictionary of Medieval Names from European Sources, Edition 2017, no. 1. http://dmnes.org/2017/1/name/Wolfhart.