Gandulf

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Gandulf or Gandolf (Latin Gandolphus, French Gandolphe, Italian Gandolfo) is a masculine given name of Germanic origin, common in the Middle Ages. The roots of the name are gand (literally "wand" or "magic wand", by extension "sorcery") and wolf ("wolf").[1]

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  1. ^ Rosa and Volker Kohlheim, Lexikon der Vornamen: Herkunft, Bedeutung und Gebrauch von über 8 000 Vornamen (Berlin: Dudenverlag, 2016), here