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Wolf (disambiguation)

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==Middle-earth==
 
==Middle-earth==
* [[Wolves]]:
 
** [[Werewolves]]
 
** [[Wargs]], or Wild Wolves
 
** [[White Wolves]]
 
* [[Wolf (dog)]], one of [[Farmer Maggot]]'s dogs.
 
* [[Wolf-Sauron]], [[Sauron]] in Wolf-form.
 
 
* The [[Gaurwaith]], or Wolf-Men, a gang of outlaws.
 
* The [[Gaurwaith]], or Wolf-Men, a gang of outlaws.
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* [[Wolf (dog)|Wolf]], one of [[Farmer Maggot]]'s dogs.
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* [[Wolf-Sauron]], [[Sauron]] in Wolf-form.
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* [[Wolves]], creatures of evil:
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** [[Wargs]], or Wild Wolves, creatures of [[Rhovanion (region)|Rhovanion]] and part of the [[Battle of Five Armies]].
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** [[Werewolves]], of whom the greatest was [[Carcharoth]].
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** [[White Wolves]], animals from [[Forodwaith (lands)|Forodwaith]] who attacked [[the Shire]] in {{SR|1311}}.
 
* [[Wulf]], a Man of [[Rohan]] of [[Dunland|Dunlendish]] ancestry.
 
* [[Wulf]], a Man of [[Rohan]] of [[Dunland|Dunlendish]] ancestry.
 
==Real World==
 
==Real World==
* [[Francis de Wolff]], actor.
 
 
* [[Wolfgang Krege]], German translator.
 
* [[Wolfgang Krege]], German translator.
 
* [[Wolfe Morris]], actor.
 
* [[Wolfe Morris]], actor.
 
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* [[Mark J.P. Wolf]], author.
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* [[Francis de Wolff]], actor.
 
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Revision as of 11:14, 6 June 2010

Wolf is the popular name of several animals in the Canidae family. They are related to dogs and hounds.

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