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# Name Origin Meaning Gender
1 O' Irish Descendent of. Irish surnames formed by prefacing O'. M
2 O'brian Irish Surname. M

3 O'brien Irish Surname. M
4 O'keefe Irish Surname. M
5 O'shay Irish Surname. M
6 O'shea Irish Surname. M
7 Oakden English From the oak tree valley. M
8 Oakes English From the oak. M
9 Oakley English From the oak - tree meadow. M
10 Oates German Variant of Odo: Wealth. M
11 Oba Egyptian King. M
12 Obadiah Biblical Servant of the Lord M
13 Obadiah Hebrew Servant/worshipper of the Lord. Obadiah was the prophet who wrote the shortest book in the Old Testament. M

14 Obal Biblical Inconvenience of old age. M
15 Obed Biblical A servant; workman M
16 Obed-edom Biblical Servant of Edom M
17 Obediah Hebrew Serves God. M
18 Oberon English In A Midsummer Night's Dream, Shakespeare altered the spelling to Auberon, king of the fairies, to Oberon. M
19 Oberon German Noble and bear-like. In a Midsummer Night's Dream, Shakespeare altered the spelling of Auberon (King of the fairies) to Oberon. M
20 Oberon Shakespearean A Midsummer Night's Dream' King of the Fairies. M
21 Obiareus Greek A Titan. M
22 Obil Biblical That weeps, who deserves to be bewailed. M
23 Oboth Biblical 'Dragons, fathers, desires' M
24 Oceanus Greek Father of the Oceanids. M
25 Ocelfa English From the high plain. M
26 Ocnus Greek Incompetent. M
27 Ocran Biblical A disturber, that disorders. M
28 Octave French Born eighth. M
29 Octavian Latin Variant of Octavius: Born eighth. Octavian was the name used commonly for the Emperor Augustus. M
30 Octavio Latin Eighth. M
31 Octavius Latin Born eighth. Octavius was a Roman clan name, as well as the original name of Emperor Augustus (commonly known as Octavian). Traditionally, this name was given to the eighth child in a large family. M
32 Octavius Shakespearean Antony and Cleopatra'. Octavius Caesar, Roman triumvir. 'The Tragedy of Julius Caesar' Triumvir after Caesar's death, later Augustus Caesar, first emperor of Rome. M
33 Octe Anglo-Saxon A son of Hengist. M
34 Octha Anglo-Saxon A son of Hengist. M
35 Octha ArthurianLegend Enemy of Arthur. M
36 Ocumwhowurst NativeAmerican Yellow wolf (Cheyenne). M
37 Ocunnowhurst NativeAmerican Yellow wolf (Cheyenne). M
38 Ocvran ArthurianLegend Father of Guinevere. M
39 Odakota NativeAmerican Friend (Sioux). M
40 Odale English Of the valley. M
41 Odam English Son in law. M
42 Odanodan Irish Of the red earth. M
43 Odayle English Of the valley. M
44 Odbart German Wealthy. M
45 Odd Norse Point. M
46 Oddie German Variant of Odo: Wealth. M
47 Oddleif Norse Point descendant. M
48 Oddvar Norse Pointable. M
49 Ode Teutonic Rich. M
50 Oded Biblical To sustain, hold or lift up. M
51 Oded Hebrew Encourages. M
52 Odel Anglo-Saxon Wealthy. M
53 Odell Anglo-Saxon Wealthy. M
54 Odell English Of the valley. M
55 Odell Irish Surname. M
56 Odell Norse Wealthy. M
57 Odgar Welsh Legendary son of Aedd. M
58 Odharnait Gaelic Pale. M
59 Odhert German Wealthy. M
60 Odhran Irish Pale green. M
61 Odi Anglo-Saxon Wealthy defender. M
62 Odilo Teutonic Rich. M
63 Odin Anglo-Saxon Wealthy defender. M
64 Odin Norse God of the sky. M
65 Odion Egyptian Born of twins. M
66 Odo French Name of a bishop. M
67 Odo German Wealth. M
68 Odo Teutonic Rich. M
69 Odom English Son in law. M
70 Odon Anglo-Saxon Wealthy defender. M
71 Odran Gaelic Pale. M
72 Odran Irish Pale green. M
73 Odwolf English Wealthy wolf. M
74 Odwolfe English Wealthy wolf. M
75 Odwulf English Wealthy wolf. M
76 Ody Anglo-Saxon Wealthy defender. M
77 Odysseus Greek Wrathful. M
78 Oedipus Greek Swollen foot. M
79 Oegelsby English Fearsome. M
80 Oeneus Greek King of Calydon. M
81 Oengus Irish One vigor. M
82 Oenomaus Greek Son of Ares. M
83 Oetavian Latin Born eighth. M
84 Ofer Hebrew Fawn. M
85 Offa Anglo-Saxon Name of a king. M
86 Ofydd Welsh Welsh form of Ovid 'a Roman poet'. M
87 Og Biblical A cake, bread baked in ashes. M
88 Ogaleesha NativeAmerican Wears a red shirt (Sioux). M
89 Ogden English From the oak tree valley. M
90 Ogdon English From the oak tree valley. M
91 Ogelsby English Fearsome. M
92 Ogelsvie English Fearsome. M
93 Ogelsvy English Fearsome. M
94 Ogilhinn Scottish From the high peak. M
95 Ogilvie Scottish From the high peak. M
96 Ohad Biblical Praising, confessing. M
97 Ohanko NativeAmerican Reckless. M
98 Ohanzee NativeAmerican Shadow (Sioux). M
99 Ohcumgache NativeAmerican Little wolf (Cheyenne). M
100 Ohel Biblical Tent, tabernacle, brightness. M
101 Ohitekah NativeAmerican Brave (Sioux). M
102 Oidhche Scottish Night. M
103 Oighrig Greek Well spoken. M
104 Oilibhear Norse Relic. M
105 Oistin Latin Revered. M
106 Okes English From the oak. M
107 Okhmhaka NativeAmerican Little wolf (Cheyenne). M
108 Okpara Egyptian First born. M
109 Ol Welsh Legendary son of Olwydd. M
110 Ola Norse Relic. M
111 Olaf Danish Family. M
112 Olaf Norse Relic; ancestral heritage. St. Olaf is the patron saint of Norway, and there were many kings in Scandinavia named Olaf. M
113 Olaf Scandinavian Ancestral heritage. M
114 Olaf Swedish Andent. M
115 Olaf Teutonic Relic. M
116 Olav Norse Variant of Olaf: Relic; ancestral heritage. M
117 Olave Norse Variant of Olaf: Relic; ancestral heritage. M
118 Ole Danish Family. M
119 Ole Norse Relic. M
120 Oleg Russian Holy. M
121 Oleif Norse Relic descendant. M
122 Olen Norse Relic. M
123 OLes Polish Polish form of Alexander 'defends mankind'. M
124 Oles Greek Defender of man. M
125 Olezka Russian Holy. M
126 Olin Norse Relic. M
127 Oliphant Scottish Great strength. M
128 Oliver English The olive tree. The biblical olive tree symbolizes fruitfulness and beauty and dignity. 'Extending an olive branch' signifies an offer of peace. M
129 Oliver French The olive tree. The biblical olive tree symbolizes fruitfulness and beauty and dignity. Extending an olive branch signifies an offer of peace. M
130 Oliver German Elf army. Can also be a variant of Olaf: Relic, ancestral heritage. M
131 Oliver Latin Olive (symbol of peace); peaceful. M
132 Oliver Norse Affectionate. M
133 Oliver Shakespearean As You Like It' Son of Sir Rowland de Boys. As You Like It' Sir Oliver Martext, a vicar. M
134 Oliverio Latin Peaceful. M
135 Oliverio Spanish Affectionate. M
136 Oliverios Latin Peaceful. M
137 Oliverios Spanish Affectionate. M
138 Olivier French From the olive tree. M
139 Olivier German Variant of Oliver: Elf army. Can also be a variant of Olaf: Relic, ancestral heritage. M
140 Olivier Latin Variant of Oliver: Olive (symbol of peace); peaceful. M
141 Ollaneg English From Olney. M
142 Ollie French Diminutive of Oliver: Olive tree. M
143 Ollie German Diminutive of Oliver: Elf army. Can also be a variant of Olaf: Relic, ancestral heritage. M
144 Ollie Latin Diminutive of Oliver: Olive (symbol of peace); peaceful. M
145 Olliver Latin Peaceful. M
146 Olney English From Olney. M
147 Olof Norse Relic. M
148 Olof Swedish Andent. M
149 Olvaerr Norse Affectionate. M
150 Olvan Latin Peaceful. M
151 Olvir Norse Affectionate. M
152 Olwydd Welsh Tracker. M
153 Olympas Biblical Heavenly. M
154 Olyn Norse Relic. M
155 Om Norse Father of Idunn. M
156 Omar Muslim Variant of Omar: Life. Long living.. M
157 Omar Arabic Long-lived. M
158 Omar Biblical He that speaks; bitter M
159 Omar Hebrew Eloquent. Speaker. The grandson of Esau in the Old Testament. Famous Bearers: 12th century Persian poet and astronomer and mathematician Omar Khayyam; Caliph Omar II, who made Islam an imperial power; actor Omar Sharif. M
160 Omar Muslim Life. Long living.. M
161 Omari African God the highest (Swahili). M
162 Omari Egyptian High born. M
163 Omarr African God the highest (Swahili). M
164 Omawnakw NativeAmerican Cloud feather (Hopi). M
165 Omeet Hebrew My light. M
166 Omega Biblical The last letter of the Greek alphabet, long O. M
167 Omer Arabic First son. M
168 Omet Hebrew My light. M
169 Ommar Arabic First son. M
170 Omolf Norse Son of Armod. M
171 Omparkash Indian Light of God. M
172 Omran Muslim Solid structure.. M
173 Omri Biblical Sheaf of corn. M
174 On Biblical Pain, force, iniquity M
175 Onam Biblical Pain, force, iniquity M
176 Onan Biblical Pain, force, iniquity M
177 Ondrus Czechoslovakian Manly. M
178 Ondyaw Welsh Legendary son of a French Duke. M
179 Onesimus Biblical Profitable, useful. M
180 Onesiphorus Biblical Who brings profit. M
181 Onfroi French PeacefuI Hun. M
182 ONille French From the gold town. M
183 Onnan Teutonic Mariner. M
184 Ono Biblical Grief or strength or iniquity of him. M
185 Onslow English From the zealous one's hill. M
186 Onslowe English From the zealous one's hill. M
187 Onund Norse Son of Viking. M
188 Onuris Egyptian Brings back the distant one. M
189 Ony Russian Eagle. M
190 Ony Slavic Eagle. M
191 Ophel Biblical A tower, darkness, small white cloud. M
192 Ophion Greek A serpent. M
193 Ophir Biblical Fruitful region. M
194 Ophni Biblical Wearisomeness, folding together. M
195 Ophrah Biblical Dust, lead, a fawn. M
196 Orahamm English From tbe riverbank enclosure. M
197 Oral Russian Eagle. M
198 Oral Slavic Eagle. M
199 Oram English From tbe riverbank enclosure. M
200 Oran Celtic White. M