Asteroid 5674, Wolff, was discovered on September 6, 1986 by Edward Bowell at the Anderson Mesa unit of Lowell Observatory near Flagstaff, Arizona. Wolff has a period of 3 years, 227 days.
It was named after John M. Wolff, a trustee of the Wolff Foundation, a philanthropic organization established by Wolff's father which is a benefactor of the arts, disabled and sick children, and Lowell Observatory.
John M. Wolff
The astrological meaning of asteroid Wolff seems to be: wolves, wolfish, to "wolf down," "the wolf at the door".