Wulff is a Germanic family surname mostly thought to originate from the Schleswig-Holstein area of Germany directly south of the modern-day border with Denmark. Other spelling variations of wolf used as surnames are not necessarily identified with this region as Wulff is. Many descendants with this last name reside in Denmark, Germany, and the United States among other places where Germans and Danes have immigrated. Ancestors were of Catholic, Protestant and Jewish faiths. The name is a derivation of wolf, spelled and pronounced the same in Old German as in modern German and English. Jewish ancestors  with the surname of Wulff may have associated it with the Hebrew first name, Benjamin which is associated with the wolf.
People with the family name Wulff:
- Christian Wulff (born 1959), German politician, former President of Germany
- Bettina Wulff (born 1973), wife of Christian Wulff
- Erwin Neutzsky-Wulff (born 1949), Danish philosopher and author
- Evgenii Wulff (1885 – 1941), Russian botanist
- George Wulff (1863 – 1925), Russian cristallographe
- Kai Wulff, American actor
- Mikaela Wulff (born 1990), Finnish competitive sailor
- Wilhelm Wulff, Nazi Occult Astrologer
Wulff may also be used for:
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