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# Name Origin Meaning Gender
1 Oadira Muslim Powerful. Potent.. F
2 Oaisara Muslim Empress. Wife of Caesar.. F

3 Oamra Muslim The moon.. F
4 Obelia Greek Pointed pillar. F
5 Obelie Greek Pointed pillar. F
6 Obharnait Irish The color of olive. F
7 Obil Biblical That weeps, who deserves to be bewailed. F
8 Oceana Greek Form of Oceanus. In Greek mythology Oceanus was a Titan father of rivers and water nymphs. F
9 Octavia Italian Born eighth. F
10 Octavia Latin Born Eighth. In the Roman Empire, Octavia was the sister of Octavian who was married to Mark Antony (as a political alliance). They were later divorced (in 32 BC). F
11 Octavia Shakespearean Antony and Cleopatra'. Sister to Caesar and wife to Mark Antony. F
12 Octaviana Latin Eighth. Feminine of Octavius. A clan name of Roman Emperors. F
13 Octavie Latin Born eighth. F

14 Ocyale Latin An Amazon. F
15 Ocypete Greek A Harpy. F
16 Oda German Elfin spear. F
17 Oda Norse Point. F
18 Odahingum NativeAmerican Rippling water (Chippewa). F
19 Odanda Spanish Famous land. F
20 Odd Norse Point. F
21 Oddfrid Norse Beautiful point. F
22 Oddnaug Norse Pointed. F
23 Oddny Norse New point. F
24 Oddveig Norse Pointed. F
25 Ode Egyptian From the road. F
26 Odeda Hebrew Strong. F
27 Odede Hebrew Strong. F
28 Odele Greek Harmonious. F
29 Odelet Greek Little singer. F
30 Odeletta French Little spring. F
31 Odelette French Little spring. F
32 Odelette Greek Little singer. F
33 Odelia Anglo-Saxon Little wealthy one. F
34 Odelia Teutonic Wealthy. F
35 Odelina Anglo-Saxon Little wealthy one. F
36 Odelina German Elfin spear. F
37 Odelinda Anglo-Saxon Little wealthy one. F
38 Odella Anglo-Saxon Little wealthy one. F
39 Odelle Greek Harmonious. F
40 Odelyn Anglo-Saxon Little wealthy one. F
41 Odelyna Anglo-Saxon Little wealthy one. F
42 Odessa Greek Wrathful. F
43 Odessa Latin Wandering; quest. Variant of Odysseus. F
44 Odette Anglo-Saxon Little wealthy one. F
45 Odette French Wealthy. F
46 Odette German Variant of Ottilia: Of the fatherland; fortunate heroine. Can also be a feminine variant of Odo: Wealthy. F
47 Odharnait Gaelic Pale. F
48 Odiana German Elfin spear. F
49 Odiane German Elfin spear. F
50 Odila French Wealthy. F
51 Odila German Elfin spear. F
52 Odila Teutonic Wealthy. F
53 Odile French Wealthy. F
54 Odile German Elfin spear. Can also be a feminine variant of Odo: Wealthy, or of Ottilia: of the fatherland; fortunate heroine. F
55 Odile Teutonic Wealthy. F
56 Odilia Anglo-Saxon Little wealthy one. F
57 Odra Indian From Odra. F
58 Odysseia Greek Wrathful. F
59 Oenone Greek Lover of Paris. F
60 Oenone Latin Daughter of Cebren. F
61 Ofra Hebrew Fawn. F
62 Ogin NativeAmerican Wild rose. F
63 Ohnicio Irish Honor. F
64 OIethe Latin Honest. F
65 Oifa Celtic Mythical sister of Ove. F
66 Oighrig Greek Well spoken. F
67 Oihane Spanish From the forest. F
68 Oilbhe Irish Olive. F
69 Oilell Celtic A mythical queen. F
70 OIwyna Welsh White foot print. F
71 OJufemi Egyptian Beloved of the gods. F
72 Oksana Russian Praise be to God. F
73 Oksanochka Russian Praise be to God. F
74 Ola Hawaiian Life; well-being. F
75 Ola Norse Descendant. F
76 Olabisi Egyptian Brings joy. F
77 Olathe NativeAmerican Beautiful. F
78 Olaug Norse Of the ancestors. F
79 Oldwin English Special friend. F
80 Oldwina English Special friend. F
81 Oldwyn English Special friend. F
82 Olechka Russian Holy. F
83 Oleda English Winged. F
84 Oleisia Greek Protector of man. F
85 Olena Greek Light. F
86 Olena Russian Light. F
87 Olenka Russian Holy. F
88 Olesia Polish Polish form of Alexandra: defends mankind. F
89 Oleta English Winged. F
90 Oletha English Light; nimble. F
91 Olethea Latin Honest. F
92 Olethia Latin Honest. F
93 Olexa Czechoslovakian Feminine of Alexander. F
94 Olexa English Defender of mankind. Feminine of Alexander. F
95 Olexa Greek Defender of mankind. Feminine of Alexander. F
96 Olga Norse Holy. F
97 Olga Russian Holy. F
98 Olga Scandinavian Blessed. F
99 Olga Swedish Holy. F
100 Olga Teutonic Holy object. F
101 Olina Greek Light. F
102 Olina Hawaiian Joyous. F
103 Olinda German Defender of the land. F
104 Olinda Latin Fragrant. F
105 Olinda Spanish Protector. F
106 Oline Hawaiian Joyous. F
107 Olita English Winged. F
108 Olithia Latin Honest. F
109 Oliva Latin Variant of Olive: Olive: symbol of peace. F
110 Olive Irish Olive. F
111 Olive Latin Symbol of peace. F
112 Oliveria Spanish Affectionate. F
113 Olivia Latin Variant of Olive: Olive: symbol of peace. F
114 Olivia Shakespearean 'Twelfth Night', also called 'What You Will' A rich countess. F
115 Olivia Spanish Olive. F
116 Olivia Swedish Olive. F
117 Olivie Latin Olive. F
118 Ollie Latin Diminutive of Olive: Olive: symbol of peace. F
119 Olufemi Egyptian Beloved of the gods. F
120 Olwen Celtic Mythical daughter of Yspaddaden. F
121 Olwen Welsh White footprint. In 'Culhwch and Olwen', one of the Welsh stories from the 'Maginogion', the Olwen were white flowers growing in the heroine's footprints. F
122 Olwina Welsh White foot print. F
123 Olwyn ArthurianLegend Daughter of a giant. F
124 Olwyn Celtic Mythical daughter of Yspaddaden. F
125 Olwyn Welsh Variant of Olwen: White footprint. In 'Culhwch and Olwen', one of the Welsh stories from the 'Maginogion', the Olwen were white flowers growing in the heroine's footprints. F
126 Olya Russian Holy. F
127 Olympas Biblical Heavenly. F
128 Olympe French From Olympus. F
129 Olympe Greek From Olympus. F
130 Olympia French From Olympus. F
131 Olympia Greek From the home of the gods (Olympus). F
132 Olympia Italian From Olympus. F
133 Oma Arabic Commanding. F
134 Oma Hebrew Cedar tree. F
135 Oma Irish The color of olive. F
136 Oma Latin Named for Bona Dea. F
137 Omah Hebrew Cedar tree. F
138 Omat Irish The color of olive. F
139 Omega Biblical The last letter of the Greek alphabet, long O. F
140 Omette Hebrew Cedar tree. F
141 Ominotago NativeAmerican Beautiful voice (Chippewa). F
142 Omora Latin Honor. F
143 Omoria Latin Honor. F
144 Omorose Egyptian Beautiful. F
145 Omphale Greek A queen of Lydia. F
146 Ona Hebrew Graceful. F
147 Ona Irish One. Also a variant of Una: Lamb; together. F
148 Ona Latin Only child; also can be a variant of Una: One. F
149 Onawa NativeAmerican Wide awake. F
150 Onella Greek Light. F
151 Onesiphorus Biblical Who brings profit. F
152 Oni Egyptian Wanted. F
153 Onida NativeAmerican The one searched for. F
154 Onit Hebrew Graceful. F
155 Ono Biblical Grief or strength or iniquity of him. F
156 Onora Gaelic Honor. F
157 Onora Irish Honor. F
158 Oona English One. F
159 Oona Irish Variant of Oonagh: Lamb. Can also be an Irish variant of Latin Una: One. F
160 Oona Latin One. F
161 Oonagh Irish Lamb. Can also be an Irish variant of Latin Una': One. F
162 Oonagh Latin Only child; also can be a variant of Una: One. F
163 Oota dabun NativeAmerican Day star (Algonquin). F
164 Opal English Opal (precious stone). Jewel names became popular in the 19th century. F
165 Opal Sanskrit Jewel. F
166 Opalina Sanskrit Jewel. F
167 Opaline Sanskrit Jewel. F
168 Opel Sanskrit Jewel. F
169 Ophel Biblical A tower, darkness, small white cloud. F
170 Ophelia French Serpentine. F
171 Ophelia Greek Help. Serpentine. In Shakespeare's 'Hamlet', Ophelia was the lover of Hamlet who went insane as a result of his irrational behavior. F
172 Ophelia Shakespearean 'Hamlet, Prince of Denmark' Daughter to Polonius. F
173 Ophelie French Serpentine. F
174 Ophelie Greek Wisdom. F
175 Ophni Biblical Wearisomeness, folding together. F
176 Ophra Hebrew Fawn. F
177 Ophrah Hebrew Fawn. F
178 Oprah Hebrew Fawn. F
179 Ops Latin Goddess of plenty. F
180 Ora Anglo-Saxon Money. F
181 Ora English Beautiful seacoast. F
182 Ora Hebrew Light. F
183 Ora Latin Pray. F
184 Ora Spanish Gold. F
185 Orabel English Beautiful seacoast. F
186 Orabelle English Beautiful seacoast. F
187 Oracula Latin Divine message. F
188 Orah Hebrew Light. F
189 Oralee Hebrew Light. F
190 Orali Hebrew Light. F
191 Oralia Latin Golden. F
192 Oralie English Golden. F
193 Oralie Latin Golden. F
194 Orane French Rising. F
195 Orbona Latin Protectress of sick children. F
196 Ordalf German Elfin spear. F
197 Ordella German Elfin spear. F
198 Orea Greek From the mountain. F
199 Orelia English Golden. F
200 Orella Latin Divine message. F