US Popularity:4448
Other Origin(s):German, Norse
Meaning:Fame of the wolf; From Ulm; Flow
Ulmer is a masculine name of Old English, Norse, and German origins to help baby build that wolf-like spirit in themselves. Coming from the Old English and Old Norse Ullmarr, it can translate to “fame of the wolf.” Whether you want to give baby a name that they can see in lights or connect them to a symbol of loyalty and protection, Ulmer definitely has that sharp bite to it. Ulmer can also come from the German name Ulm, which can translate to “flow” or connect them to the city of Ulm, Germany. For a name that inspires baby to explore the world, go with the flow, and tap into that wolf-like fierceness, Ulmer can get the job done.

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