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.

Austria
Early New High German
1398 Wolfart (nom) ChronSH p. 29; 1399 Wolfart (nom) ibid. p. 29; 1400 Wolfart (nom) ibid. p. 29; 1439 Wolfart (nom) ibid. p. 33, Wolfarten (dat) ibid. p. 36, Wolfartn (dat) ibid. p. 33
Belgium
Dutch
1597x1598 Wolffaert BoonenGes p. 354
Czech Republic
Latin
1403 Wulfardus (nom) LDFPUP1 p. 20
England
Dutch
1577 Wolfaert AuFr Jansz; 1580 Wolfaert ibid. Jansen; 1587 Wolfaert ibid. 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
814x815 Wolfhart (nom) OrkGZ no. 27; 1212 Wlfardus (nom) CLI p. 149; 1258 Wlfardus (nom) OHZI-II no. 45, Wolfardi (gen) ibid. no. 45
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 2020, no. 1. http://dmnes.org/2020/1/name/Wolfhart.