Gárulf was a Man of Rohan during the Third Age.


Gárulf was a rider of the éored of Éomer during the War of the Ring. He was killed in Fangorn Forest when Éomer and his men attacked the Uruk-hai. His steed Hasufel was later given to Aragorn by Eomer, as a compensation for the presumed deaths of Merry and Pippin.[1]


Gárulf is Old English for "spear-wolf". It was a name of a jutish warrior in the Finnsburg Fragment.


  1. The Lord of the Rings, The Two Towers, Book Three, Chapter II: "The Riders of Rohan"