Gundulf and its variants (Gondulf, Gundulph, Kundolf, Gondulphus, Gundulfus, Gundolfo, Gondon) is a Germanic given name, from gund, "battle", and wulf, "wolf".
It may refer to:
- Gondulphus of Berry, legendary bishop and saint
- Gondulf of Provence, 6th-century duke
- Gondulph of Maastricht, 7th-century bishop
- Gondulphus of Metz, 9th-century bishop
- Gundolfo (11th century), Italian heretic
- Gundulf of Rochester (died 1108), English bishop