Names starting with O


Ödi - Pet form of Hungarian Ödön, meaning "protector of prosperity."
Oisín - Irish name composed of the word os "deer" and a diminutive suffix, hence "little deer." In mythology, this is the name of a son of Fionn mac Cumhail.
Odharnait - Feminine form of Irish Gaelic Odhrán, meaning "little sallow one." 
Océane - French name derived from the vocabulary word océan, from Latin Oceanus, from Greek Okeanos, meaning "ocean."
Odahingum - Native American Cheyenne name meaning "rippling water."
Oluwasegun - African Yoruba name meaning "God has been victorious."
Ollie - Unisex pet form of English Oliver and Olivia, both probably meaning "elf army."
Orrin - Variant spelling of English Oran, meaning "little sallow one."
Oke - Hawaiian form of English Oscar, meaning "god-spear."
Orian - Anglicized form of Middle Welsh Urien, meaning "privileged birth."
Oro - Basque name meaning "all."
Ottavia - Feminine form of Italian Ottavio, meaning "eighth."
Ouen - Variant form of Welsh Owen, possibly meaning "born of yew."
Ottilia - Feminine form of German Otto, meaning "wealthy."
Otávio - Portuguese form of Roman Latin Octavius, meaning "eighth."
Oswallt - Welsh form of English Oswald, meaning "divine power" or "divine ruler."
Oluwaseyi - African Yoruba unisex name meaning "God made this."
Odd - Norwegian form of Old Norse Oddr, meaning "point of a weapon."
Olena - Ukrainian form of Greek Helénē, possibly meaning "torch."
Owein - Variant spelling of Welsh Owain, meaning "born of yew."
Oskars - Latvian form of Old Norse Ásgeirr, meaning "god-spear."
Ourbanos - Greek name meaning "of the city." In the New Testament bible, this is the name of a certain Christian.
Olamide - African Yoruba name meaning "wealth has arrived."
Olaf - Scandinavian form of Old Norse Óláfr, meaning "heir of the ancestors."
Orbán - Hungarian form of Greek Ourbanos, meaning "of the city."
Ottó - Hungarian form of German Otto, meaning "wealthy."
Odhrán - Irish Gaelic name composed of the word odhar "dun; pale green; sallow" and a diminutive suffix, hence "little sallow one."
Oz - Hebrew name meaning "might, strength." Compare with masculine forms of Oz.
Ouranos - Greek name meaning "the heavens." In mythology, this is the name of the husband of Gaia and father of the Titans.
Olwyn - Variant spelling of Welsh Olwen, meaning "footprint/track of the holy one."
Oluwatoyin - African Yoruba unisex name meaning "God is worthy to be praised."
Osamu - Japanese name meaning 1) "chronicler," 2) "disciplined," 3) "logical," 4) "obtainer," 5) "to reign," 6) "ruler."
Ohitekah - Native American Sioux name meaning "brave."
Oinone - Greek name meaning "wine." In mythology, this is the name of a Naiad nymph who was the first wife of Paris. 
Oineus - Greek name possibly meaning "wine-maker." In mythology, this is the name of a Calydonian king.
Oinaze - Basque name meaning "pain."
Omusa - Native American Miwok name meaning "misses with arrows."
Omorose - Egyptian name meaning "beautiful."
Omawnakw - Native American Hopi name meaning "cloud feather."
Ozanne - Variant spelling of French Osanne, meaning "deliver us."
Ohndria - Variant form of English Andrea, meaning "man; warrior."
Ohndreea - Variant form of English Andrea, meaning "man; warrior."
Ohndrea - Variant form of English Andrea, meaning "man; warrior."
Özlem - Turkish name meaning "yearning."
Ömer - Turkish form of Arabic Omar, meaning "alive, living." 
Ominotago - Native American Cheyenne name meaning "beautiful voice."
Omid - Persian unisex name meaning "hope."
Omri - Anglicized form of Hebrew Omriy, meaning "pupil of Jehovah" or "servant of Jehovah." In the bible, this is the name of several characters, including a king of Israel.
Ogrufina - Variant form of Russian Agrafina, meaning "wild horse."
Ogrufena - Variant form of Russian Agrafina, meaning "wild horse."
Ogrofenka - Diminutive form of Russian Ogrifina, meaning "wild horse."
Ogrifina - Variant form of Russian Agrafina, meaning "wild horse."
Oulixeus - Variant form form of Greek Odysseus, probably meaning "to be angry, to hate."
Oulam - Variant spelling of Egyptian Olam, meaning "eternal." 
Osumare - African Yorubaname meaning "rainbow."
Onfroi - Norman French form of Norman Germanic Hunfrid, meaning "giant peace."
Onóra - Irish form of Latin Honora, meaning "honor, valor."
Özge - Turkish name meaning "different, other."
Özgür - Turkish unisex name meaning "free."
Owphiyr - Hebrew name meaning "gold" or "reducing to ashes." In the bible, this is the name for gold and its characteristics, the name of a land or city, and the name of the eleventh son of Joktan.
Owmar -  Hebrew name meaning "eloquent, talkative" or "speaker." In the bible, this is the name of a grandson of Esau.
Owded - Hebrew name meaning "restorer." In the bible, this is the name of the father of Azariah, and the name of a prophet who lived in the time of King Ahaz.
Owbed - Hebrew name meaning "serving, worshiping." In the bible, this is the name of several characters, including a son of Ruth. 
Olwin - Variant spelling of Welsh Olwen, meaning "footprint/track of the holy one."
Osher - Hebrew name meaning "happiness."
Ourias - Greek form of Hebrew Uwriyah, meaning "light of Jehovah" or "my light is Jehovah." In the bible, this is the name of several characters, including the husband of Bathsheba. 
Ourania - Greek myth name of a muse of astronomy, derived from the word ouranios, meaning "heavenly."
Olivia - English name created by Shakespeare who may have intended it to be a feminine form of Oliver, probably meaning "elf army."
Olwen - Welsh Arthurian legend name of the heroine of Culhwch and Olwen, composed of the elements ol "footprint, track," and (g)wen "fair, holy, white," hence "footprint/track of the holy one." Olwen was the daughter of the fierce giant Ysbaddaden who was fated to die if she ever married. She was a magical girl who caused flowers to spring up wherever she went. When Culhwch (a cousin of King Arthur) came to seek her hand, Ysbaddaden required that he complete a series of nearly impossibly tasks before he would grant permission for them to marry.
Oxana - Variant spelling of Ukrainian Oksana, meaning "stranger, foreigner," but sometimes rendered "hospitable (esp. to foreigners)."
Owain - Welsh Arthurian legend name of a Knight of the Round Table, derived from Latin Eugenius, meaning "born of yew." 
Osip - Russian form of Greek Ioseph, meaning "(God) shall add (another son)."
Oceanus - Latin form of Greek Okeanos, meaning "ocean." In mythology, this is the name of a son of Uranus and Gaia, a Titan god and personification of the ocean once believed to encircle the world.
Ocean - English unisex name derived from the vocabulary word, from Latin Oceanus, from Greek Okeanos, meaning "ocean."
Otaktay - Native American Sioux name meaning "kills many."
Otakar - Czech form of Gothic Odovacar, meaning "watchful of wealth."
Omega - English unisex name derived from the last letter of the Greek alphabet. This name was used occasionally by Victorian parents for a "last-born child." 
Óscar - Spanish form of Old High German Ansgar, meaning "god-spear."
Olga - Feminine form of Russian Oleg, meaning "dedicated to the gods; holy."
Olha - Ukrainian form of Russian Olga, meaning "dedicated to the gods; holy."
Ownam - Hebrew name meaning "vigorous, strong." In the bible, this is the name of the father of Jada. 
Own - Hebrew name meaning "vigor" or "wealth." In the bible, this is the name of a leader of the Korah group.
Osmund - Anglo-Saxon equivalent of Old Norse Ásmundr, composed of the Old English elements os "god" and mund "protection," hence "divine protection." 
Oved - Variant spelling of Hebrew Owbed, meaning "serving, worshiping."
Ollin - Nahuatl name meaning "movement."
Olli - Pet form of Finnish Olavi, meaning "heir of the ancestors."
Oiva - Finnish name meaning "splendid."
Octavius - Roman family name, derived from the Latin word octavus, meaning "eighth."
Octavianus - From Roman Latin Octavius, meaning "eighth."
Octavian - Short form of Roman Latin Octavianus, meaning "eighth."
Octavia - Feminine form of Roman Octavius, meaning "eighth."
Oni -   African Yoruba name meaning "born in a sacred abode."
Orochi - Japanese name meaning "big snake." In mythology, this is the nameof an eight-forked serpent who demanded virgin sacrifices. He was killed by the god-hero Susanoo.
Otokar - Czech form of Gothic Odovacar, meaning "watchful of wealth."
Onisim - Russian form of Greek Onesimos, meaning "profitable, useful."
Ostots - Basque name meaning "thunder."
Ostargi - Basque name meaning "aurora."
Octavio - Spanish form of Roman Latin Octavius, meaning "eighth."
Orreaga - Basque name meaning "juniper grove."
Oighrig - Possibly a modern variant spelling of Scottish Gaelic Aithbhreac, meaning "new speckled one."
Ohtli -  Nahuatlunisex name meaning "road."
Ohanzee - Native American Sioux name meaning "shadow."
Onyekachukwu - African Igbo unisex name meaning "who is greater than God?"
Ondria - Variant form of English Andrea, meaning "man; warrior."
Ondřej - Czech form of Greek Andreas, meaning "man; warrior."
Ondreea - Variant form of English Andrea, meaning "man; warrior."
Ondrea - Variant form of English Andrea, meaning "man; warrior."
Orpa - Variant spelling of Hebrew Orpah, meaning "forelock, mane" or "gazelle, hind." 
Orestes - Greek name derived from the word orestias, meaning "of the mountains." In mythology, this is the name of the son of Agamemnon.
Oilill - Variant spelling of Irish Gaelic Ailill, meaning "elf."
Oili - Finnish form of Russian Olga, meaning "dedicated to the gods; holy."
Oilbhe - Irish form of English Olive, meaning"olive tree." 
Olov - Swedish form of Scandinavian Olaf, meaning "heir of the ancestors."
Olof - Variant spelling of Swedish Olov, meaning "heir of the ancestors."
Obadiah - Anglicized form of HebrewObadyah, meaning "servant ofGod." In the bible, this is the name of many characters, including a minor prophet.
Önundr - Variant form of Old Norse name Anundr, meaning "triumph of the ancestors."
Oswald - Middle English form of Anglo-Saxon Osweald, meaning "divine power" or "divine ruler."
Olev - Estonian form of Scandinavian Olaf, meaning "heir of the ancestors."
Olufunmilayo - African Yoruba name meaning "God gave me joy."
Olympias - Ancient Greek name of the mother of Alexander the Great. It is a feminine form of Greek Olympos ("home of the gods"), meaning "of Olympus." 
Odilon - French form of German Odo, meaning "wealthy."
Ortwin - Middle High German name composed of the elements ort "point" and win "friend," hence "point-friend."
Olivier - Of Norman French origin, thus ultimately of Germanic origin, probably from German Alfihar, meaning "elf army." The name was first used as a character name in the French epic La Chanson de Roland.
Otsana - Basque name meaning "she-wolf."
Ovídio - Portuguese form of Roman Latin Ovidius, meaning "sheep herder."
Onur - Turkish name meaning "honor."
Ozzy - Variant spelling of Middle English Ozzie, meaning "divine power" or "divine ruler."
Olivette - Pet form of English Olive, meaning "olive tree."
Ophelia - Feminine form of Greek Ophelos, meaning "help." This name was used by Shakespeare for an ill-omened character in Hamlet.
Oneida - English name derived from the name of the Iroquois tribe, meaning "standing stone, upright stone."
Owen -   Anglicized form of Irish Gaelic Eóghan, meaning "born of yew."
Ofélia - Portuguese form of Latin Ofelia, meaning "help."
Olimpia - Older spelling of Greek Olympia, meaning "of Olympus." 
Ossia - Feminine form of English Ossian, meaning "little deer."
Ottila - Variant spelling of German Ottilia, meaning "wealthy."
Óðinn - Old Norse name derived from the word óðr, meaning "poetry, song" and "eager, frenzied, raging." In mythology, this is the name of the chief god of the Aesir. Equated with Anglo-Saxon Woden.
Olympos - Greek name of unknown etymology, but usually rendered "home of the gods." In mythology, this is the name of the legendary mountain or paradise where the gods were said to live. 
Olive - English name derived from the tree name, "olive," from Latin oliva, from Greek elaia, the name of a Mediterranean fruit-bearing evergreen tree. The name was popular in the 19th century because the olive branch has been a symbol of "peace" since biblical times.
Ozzie - Variant spelling of Middle English Oswald, meaning "divine power" or "divine ruler."
Orrell - English surname transferred to forename use, composed of the Old English elements ora "ore" and hyll "hill," hence "ore hill."
Orbogenos - Reconstructed ancient Brithonic form of Celtic Orbogen (Latin Urbgenius), meaning "privileged birth."
Orbogen - Old Celtic name composed of the elements ōrbo "privileged" and gen "birth," hence "privileged birth." 
Ololara - African Yoruba name meaning "born at the right time."
Otieno - African Luo name meaning "born at night."
Olghar - Scottish Gaelic form of French Olivier, probably meaning "elf army."
Ovdotya - Variant form of Russian Avdotya, meaning "good-seeming."
Ovdotia - Variant spelling of Russian Ovdotya, meaning "good-seeming."
Odjit - Egyptian name meaning "wicked."
Odji - Egyptian name meaning "wicked."
Onni - Finnish name meaning "luck."
Onndria - Variant form of English Andrea, meaning "man; warrior."
Orfiel - Archangel name, possibly meaning "my neck (is) God." He is said to direct his gaze backward in time to the world of the past. He is not at all connected with any activity of the present. Also spelled Orifiel.
Orfeo - Italian form of Greek Orpheus, meaning either "deprived" or "darkness."
Órfhlaith - Irish Gaelic name composed of the elements ór "gold" and flaith "princess," hence "gold-princess."
Ossian - Anglicized form of Irish Gaelic Oisín, meaning "little deer."
Onam - Anglicized form of Hebrew Ownam, meaning "vigorous, strong." In the bible, this is the name of the father of Jada. 
Oswin - Anglo-Saxon name composed of the Old English elements os "god" and win "friend," hence "divine friend" or "friend of God."
Ophiuchus - Greek name meaning "serpent bearer." This is the name of one of the constellations listed by Ptolemy, depicted as a man supporting a serpent. The man depicted in the constellation is thought by some to actually be the demigod Asclepius.
Olivie - Feminine form of French Olivier, probably meaning "elf army."
Obed - Anglicized form of Hebrew Owbed, meaning "serving, worshiping." In the bible, this is the name of several characters, including a son of Ruth. 
Orifiel - Archangel name, possibly meaning "my neck (is) God." He is said to direct his gaze backward in time to the world of the past. He is not at all connected with any activity of the present. Also spelled Orfiel.
Ophelos - Greek name derived from the vocabulary word, ophelos, meaning "help."
Orly - Variant spelling of Hebrew Orli, meaning "light is mine."
Olukayode - African Yoruba name meaning "God brings happiness."
Onesimus - Latin form of Greek Onesimos, meaning "profitable, useful." In the bible, this is the name of an escaped slave.
Óskar - Icelandic form of Old Norse Ásgeirr, meaning "god-spear."
Ochieng - African Luo name, meaning "born when the sun shines."
Ora - English unisex name derived from Latin orare, meaning "to pray." Compare with strictly feminine Ora.
Oli - Short form of English Oliver, probably meaning "elf army."
Olanrewaju - African Yoruba name meaning "my wealth is the future."
Odell - English surname transferred to forename use, from a place name composed of the Old English elements wad "woad (a plant yielding blue dye)" and hyll "hill," hence "woad hill."
Oliana - Hawaiian name meaning "oleander."
Odion - Egyptian name meaning "born of twins."
Ona -   Lithuanian form of Greek Hanna, meaning "favor; grace."
Olina - Hawaiian name meaning "joyous."
Ostadar - Basque name meaning "rainbow."
Oriane - French from of Latin Oriana, possibly meaning "golden."
Odilia - Feminine form of German Odo, meaning "wealthy."
Oda -   English name derived from Greek oide, meaning "song." Compare with masculine Oda.
Odalys -  Feminine variant spelling of Spanish unisex Odalis, meaning "wealthy."
Osbourne - English surname transferred to forename use, derived from a variant form of Osborn, meaning "divine-bear."
Osborn - Middle English form of Anglo-Saxon Osbeorn, meaning "divine-bear."
Orpheus - Greek name derived either from orbhao "deprived" or orphe "darkness." In mythology, this is the name of a musician who charmed Hades with his lyre in an attempt to rescue his wife from the underworld.
Olayinka - African Yoruba name meaning "wealth surrounds me."
Olabode - African Yoruba name meaning "wealth returns."
Osbert - Middle English form of Anglo-Saxon Osbeorht, meaning "god-bright."
Ooljee - Native American Navajo name meaning "moon."
Olufunmilola - African Yoruba name meaning "God gives me wealth."
Osvald - Scandinavian form of Old Norse Ásvaldr, meaning "divine power" or "divine ruler."
Ogden - English habitational surname transferred to forename use, composed of the Old English elements ac "oak" and denu "valley," hence "oak valley."
Ophir - Anglicized form of Hebrew Owphiyr, meaning "gold" or "reducing to ashes." In the bible, this is the name for gold and its characteristics, the name of a land or city, and the name of the eleventh son of Joktan.
Ophiouchos - Greek name meaning "serpent bearer." This is the name of a constellation depicted as a man supporting a serpent. The man is thought by some to be the demigod Asclepius, who learned the secret of life and death from a serpent and was killed for this by Zeus to prevent him from sharing his knowledge with mankind.
Ophion - Greek name meaning "serpent." According to Orphic mythology, this was the name of a god-king of the world before Rhea and Cronus cast him and his consort Eurynome into Tartarus.
Opher - Variant spelling of English Ophir, meaning "gold" or "reducing to ashes."
Otsoa - Basque name meaning "wolf."
Otso - Finnish name meaning "bear."
Ognian - Variant spelling of Bulgarian Ognyan, meaning "fire."
Otho - Old Norman form of German Otto, meaning "wealthy."
Othniel - Anglicized form of Hebrew Othniyel, meaning "lion of God." In the bible, this is the name of the son of Kenaz.
Othello - English name created by Shakespeare and thought to probably have been inspired by Italian Thorello ("young bull"), perhaps changing only the first element from Thor- to Otho, hence "rich youth."
Ottoline - Pet form of German Ottilia, meaning "wealthy."
Ottokar - German form of Gothic Odovacar, meaning "watchful of wealth."
Ottis - Variant spelling of English Otis, meaning "son of Otto."
Ottilie - Variant spelling of Swedish Ottalie, meaning "wealthy."
Otthild - German name composed of the elements od "fortune, wealth" and hild "battle," hence "battle of fortune." This name was given to an asteroid discovered by Karl Wilhelm Reinmuth in Heidelberg, Germany on March 18, 1923. 
Ottavio - Italian form of Roman Latin Octavius, meaning "eighth."
Ottaviano - Italian form of Roman Latin Octavianus, meaning "eighth."
Ottalie - Swedish form of German Ottilia, meaning "wealthy."
Ottah - Egyptian name meaning "born third."
Oliwia - Polish form of English Olivia, probably meaning "elf army." 
Oliver - English form of French Olivier, probably meaning "elf army."
Olier - Breton form of French Olivier, probably meaning "elf army."
Örjan - Swedish form of Greek Georgios, meaning "earth-worker, farmer."
Ovidius - Roman family name derived from Latin ovis ("sheep"), meaning "sheep herder."
Ophrah - Hebrew unisex name meaning "fawn." In the bible, this is the name of two places, and the name of a son of Meonothai. 
Osweald - Anglo-Saxon name composed of the Old English elements os "god" and weald "wielder of power," hence "divine power" or "divine ruler."
Ormonde - Variant spelling of English Ormond, meaning "descendant of Ruadh."
Ormonda - Feminine form of English Ormond, meaning "descendant of Ruadh."
Ormond - Irish surname transferred to forename use, from an Anglicized form of Gaelic Ó Ruaidh, meaning "descendant of Ruadh."
Obi - African Igbo name meaning "heart."
Oral - Swiss form of Roman Latin Aurelius, meaning "golden."
Orah - Variant spelling of Hebrew Ora, meaning "light."
Orabelle - French form of Italian Orabella, meaning "golden beautiful."
Orabela - Esperanto form of Italian Orabella, meaning "golden beautiful."
Odovacar - Gothic form of Germanic Audawakrs, "watchful of wealth."
Odol - Basque name meaning "blood."
Odoacer - Latinized form of Germanic Audawakrs, meaning "watchful of wealth."
Odo - Variant form of German Otto, meaning "wealthy."
Ödön - Hungarian form of English Edmund, meaning "protector of prosperity."
Osku - Pet form of Finnish Oskari, meaning "god-spear."
Oskari - Finnish form of Old Norse Ásgeirr, meaning "god-spear."
Oskarbi - Basque name meaning "clear sky."
Oanez - Breton form of English Agnes, meaning "chaste; holy." 
Osgood - English surname transferred to forename use, derived from the Anglo-Saxon personal name Osgod, meaning "divine Gaut."
Ori - Hebrew name meaning "my light."
Ormr - Old Norse byname derived from the word ormr, meaning "dragon, serpent, snake."
Olujimi - African Yoruba name meaning "given by God."
Orli - Variant spelling of Hebrew Or-lee, meaning "light is mine."
Osanna - Latin form of Greek Hōsanna, meaning "deliver us."
Oilioll - Variant spelling of Irish Gaelic Ailill, meaning "elf."
Oilbhreis - Gaelic form of French Olivier, probably meaning "elf army."
Or-lee - Hebrew name meaning "light is mine."
Osaze - Egyptian name meaning "loved by God."
Osasune - Basque name meaning "health."
Osanne - French form of Greek Hōsanna, meaning "deliver us."
Osane - Basque name meaning "cure, remedy."
Osama - Variant spelling of Arabic Usama, meaning "lion."
Osahar - Egyptian name meaning "God hears me."
Osabide - Basque name meaning "healing."
Orson - English surname transferred to forename use, from the old Norman French byname ourson, a diminutive of ours "bear," hence "little bear" or "bear cub."
Orsolya - Hungarian form of Latin Ursula, meaning "little she-bear."
Orso - Italian form of Roman Latin Ursus, meaning "bear."
Orsina - Feminine form of Italian Orsino, meaning "bear-like."
Othniyel - Hebrew name meaning "lion of God." In the bible, this is the name of the son of Kenaz.
Ovadia - Variant spelling of Hebrew Ovadya, meaning "servant of God."
Opal - English name, derived from the name of the gemstone, from Greek opallios, from Sanskrit utpala, meaning "gem, precious stone." This is the birthstone for the month of October.
Oba - Egyptian name meaning "scepter holder; king."
Onesiphorus - Latin form of Greek Onesiphoros, meaning "bringer of profit." In the bible, this is the name of a Christian praised by Paul for his courage and kindness.
Osvaldus - Latin form of Scandinavian Osvald, meaning "divine power" or "divine ruler."
Ósvaldr - Variant form of Old Norse Ásvaldr, meaning "divine power" or "divine ruler."
Osbeorn - Anglo-Saxon name composed of the Old English elements os "divinity, god" and beorn "bear," hence "divine-bear." Equivalent to Old Norse Ásbjorn.
Ovidiu - Romanian form of Roman Latin Ovidius, meaning "sheep herder."
Orvokki - Finnish name meaning "pansy flower."
Orville - English literary name created by Fanny Burney, author of the 1778 novel Evelina, probably intended to mean "golden city."
Orval - Variant spelling of English Orville, probably meaning "golden city."
Orpah - Hebrew name meaning "forelock, mane" or "gazelle, hind." In the bible, this is the name of a Moabite woman. 
Orenda - Native American Iroquois name meaning "magic power."
Orel -   Jewish byname derived from the Slavic word orel, meaning "eagle."
Origenes - Greek name probably composed of oros "mountain" and genes "born," hence "mountain-born." 
Origen - Short form of Greek Origenes, probably meaning "mountain-born."
Orianne - Variant spelling of French Oriane, possibly meaning "golden."
Ortzi - Basque name meaning "sky."
Ortrun - German name composed of the elements ort "point" and rún "rune, secret," hence "point-rune."
Ortle - Basque name meaning "firmament."
Ormarr - Old Norse name composed of the elements orm "serpent" and herr "army," hence "serpent army."
Okyrhoe - Greek name meaning "fast-flowing." In mythology, this is the name of a Naiad nymph, the daughter of Chiron.
Okpara - Egyptian name meaning "firstborn."
Olyvia - Variant spelling of English Olivia, probably meaning "elf army."
Olysseus - Variant form of Greek Odysseus, probably meaning "to be angry, to hate."
Olympiodoros - Ancient Greek name composed of the name Olympos and the word doron "gift," hence "gift of Olympos."
Olympia - From the Greek place name, a feminine form of Greek Olympos ("home of the gods"), meaning "of Olympus." 
Olympe - French form of Greek Olympia, meaning "of Olympus." 
Olya - Pet form of Russian Olga, meaning "dedicated to the gods; holy."
Orlenda - English variant spelling of Italian Orlanda, meaning "famous land."
Orlando - Italian form of Latin Orlandus, meaning "famous land." 
Orlanda - Feminine form of Italian Orlando, meaning "famous land." 
Orlagh - Anglicized form of Irish Gaelic Órfhlaith, meaning "gold-princess."
Orla - Anglicized form of Irish Gaelic Órfhlaith, meaning "gold-princess."
Órlaith - Variant spelling of Irish Gaelic Órfhlaith, meaning "gold-princess."
Onesiphoros - Greek name meaning "bringer of profit." In the bible, this is the name of a Christian praised by Paul for his courage and kindness.
Oluwaseun - African Yoruba name meaning "we thank God."
Oluwafunmilayo - Variant spelling of African Yoruba Olufunmilayo, meaning "God gave me joy."
Olumide - African Yoruba name meaning "God arrives."
Olufemi - Egyptian name meaning "beloved of the gods."
Ole - Danish pet form of Scandinavian Olaf, meaning "heir of the ancestors."
Obadyah - Hebrew name meaning "servant of God." In the bible, this is the name of many characters, including a minor prophet.
Otsanda - Variant spelling of Basque Otsana, meaning "she-wolf."
Olegario - Spanish form of Germanic Heilgar, meaning "hearty spearman."
Ocumwhowurst - Native American Cheyenne name meaning "yellow wolf."
Oleksiy - Ukrainian form of Latin Alexius, meaning "defender."
Oleksandr - Variant spelling of Ukrainian Oleksander, meaning "defender of mankind."
Oleksander - Ukrainian form of Greek Alexandros, meaning "defender of mankind."
Olek - Short form of Ukrainian Oleksander, meaning "defender of mankind." 
Odakota - Native American Sioux name meaning "friend."
Odille - Variant spelling of French Odile, meaning "wealthy."
Odile - Feminine form of French Odilon, meaning "wealthy."
Odila - Variant spelling of German Odilia, meaning "wealthy."
Odin - Scandinavian form of Old Norse Óðinn, meaning "poetry, song" and "eager, frenzied, raging." In mythology, this is the name of the chief god of the Aesir. Equated with Anglo-Saxon Woden.
Odalis - Spanish unisex form of French Odilon, meaning "wealthy."
Oran -   Anglicized form of Irish Gaelic Odhrán, meaning "little sallow one."
Orion - Greek name, probably meaning "mountain man." But some sources say that the name may actually be of Akkadian origin; if so, it means "light of heaven." In mythology, this is the name of one of the Titan gods, a primordial hunter who was killed by a scorpion. A constellation was named after him. Orion had two dogs; their names were: Arktophonos and Ptoophagos. 
Orsola - Italian form of Latin Ursula, meaning "little she-bear."
Olavo - Portuguese form of German Alfihar, meaning "elf army."
Óláfr - Variant form of Old Norse Ánleifr, meaning "heir of the ancestors."
Otis - English surname transferred to forename use, meaning "son of Otto."
Obed-edom - Anglicized form of Hebrew Obed Edown, meaning "servant of Edom" or "he who serves the Edomites." In the bible, this is the name of a Levite and a Gittite.
Om - Hindi name derived from Sanskrit om, a word considered to be the "primal sound." It is the most sacred syllable in Hinduism, and most mantras begin with it.
Oleg - Russian form of Scandinavian Helge, meaning "dedicated to the gods; holy."
Ovsanna - Armenian form of Greek Hōsanna, meaning "deliver us." 
Ormazd - Newer form of Persian Ahura Mazda, meaning "good and wise god."
Onyeka - Feminine short form of African Igbo unisex Onyekachukwu, meaning "who is greater than God?"
Otsoko - Basque name meaning "wolf cub."
Odette - Feminine diminutive form of French Oda, meaning "little wealthy one."
Odelia -   Variant spelling of German Odilia, meaning "wealthy."
Odeleya - Hebrew name meaning "I will praise God."
Oded - Anglicized form of Hebrew Owded, meaning "restorer." In the bible, this is the name of the father of Azariah, and the name of a prophet who lived in the time of King Ahaz.
Ode - Egyptian name meaning "from the road."
Orsino - Italian form of Roman Latin Ursinus, meaning "bear-like."
Oden - Norwegian and Swedish form of Old Norse Óðinn, meaning "poetry, song" and "eager, frenzied, raging."
Ofir - Variant spelling of English Ophir, meaning "gold" or "reducing to ashes."
Odder - Old Swedish form of Old Norse Oddr, meaning "point of a weapon."
Oddr - Old Norse name derived from the word oddr, meaning "point of a weapon."
Ogafia - Variant spelling of Russian Agafia, meaning"good."
Olavi - Finnish form of Scandinavian Olaf, meaning "heir of the ancestors."
Olam - Egyptian name meaning "eternal." In mythology, this is an epithet belonging to Ptah. Related to Hebrew Eylam.
Ólafur - Icelandic form of Old Norse Óláfr, meaning "heir of the ancestors."
Owena - Feminine form of English and Welsh Owen, meaning "born of yew."
Osvaldo - Italian, Portuguese and Spanish form of Latin Osvaldus, meaning "divine power" or "divine ruler."
Odhiambo - African Luo name meaning "born in the evening."
Olabisi - Egyptian name meaning "brings joy."
Onesimos - Greek name meaning "profitable, useful." In the bible, this is the name of an escaped slave.
Onesime - French form of Latin Onesimus, meaning "profitable, useful."
Orabella - Italian name meaning "golden beautiful."
Okeanos - Greek name meaning "ocean." In mythology, this is the name of a Titan, son of Uranus and Gaia, the personification of the world-ocean once believed to encircle the world.
Olympus - Latin form of Greek Olympos, of unknown etymology, but usually rendered "home of the gods." In mythology, this is the name of the legendary mountain or paradise where the gods were said to live. 
Orlandus - Latin form of German Hrodland, meaning "famous land." 
Osbeorht - Anglo-Saxon name composed of the Old English elements os "god" and beorht "bright," hence "god-bright."
Orit - Variant form of Hebrew Ora, meaning "light."
Olav - Danish and Norwegian form of Old Norse Óláfr, meaning "heir of the ancestors."
Ola - Hawaiian name meaning "life; well-being."
Oddmund - Norwegian and Swedish name composed of the Old Norse elements oddr "point of a weapon" and mundr "protection."
Olalla - Perhaps a pet form of Portuguese/Spanish Eulália, meaning "well-spoken."
Óengus - Scottish form of Gaelic Aonghus, meaning "excellent valor."
Otilie - Czech form of German Ottilia, meaning "wealthy."
Ocyrhoe - Latin form of Greek Okyrhoe, meaning "fast-flowing." In mythology, this is the name of a Naiad nymph, the daughter of Chiron.
Oroitz - Basque name meaning "memory."
Oeneus - Latin form of Greek Oineus, possibly meaning "wine-maker." In mythology, this is the name of a Calydonian king.
Oeric - Anglo-Saxon name, possibly meaning "golden." 
Oona - Anglicized form of Irish Gaelic Úna, possibly meaning "famine, hunger."
Oonagh - Anglicized form of Irish Gaelic Úna, possibly meaning "famine, hunger."
Osiris - Greek form of Egyptian Asar, possibly meaning "something that has been made; a product." In Egyptian mythology, Asar/Osiris is the name of a god of the underworld.
Owyn - Variant spelling of Welsh Owen, meaning "born of yew."
Ohrmazd - Newer form of Persian Ahura Mazda, meaning "good and wise god."
Otoahhastis - Native American Cheyenne name meaning "tall bull."
Olle - Pet form of Swedish Olov, meaning "heir of the ancestors."
Oksana - Ukrainian form of Greek Xenia, meaning "stranger, foreigner," but sometimes rendered "hospitable (esp. to foreigners)."
Orkatz - Basque name meaning "deer."
Ocunnowhurst - Variant form of Cheyenne Ocumwhowurst, meaning "yellow wolf."
Okelani - Hawaiian name meaning "from heaven."
Osman -   Turkish form of Arabic Uthman, meaning "baby bustard." A bustard is a crane-like game bird.
Ofydd - Welsh form of Roman Latin Ovid, meaning "sheep herder."
Ognyan - Bulgarian name derived from the word ognen, meaning "fire."
Oana - Short form of Romanian Ioana, meaning "God is gracious."
Oulixes - Contracted form of Greek Oulixeus, probably meaning "to be angry, to hate."
Opeyemi - African Yoruba name meaning "I should give praise."
Ofra - Variant spelling of Hebrew unisex Ophrah, meaning "fawn." 
Oihana - Basque name meaning "forest."
Omriy - Hebrew name meaning "pupil of Jehovah" or "servant of Jehovah." In the bible, this is the name of several characters, including a king of Israel.
Oprah - Feminine variant spelling of Hebrew unisex Ophrah, meaning "fawn." 
Ogaleesha - Native American Sioux name meaning "wears a red shirt."
On - Anglicized form of Hebrew Own, meaning "vigor" or "wealth." In the bible, this is the name of a leader of the Korah group.
Ovadya - Variant spelling of Hebrew Obadyah, meaning "servant of God." 
Oszkár - Hungarian form of Old Norse Ásgeirr, meaning "god-spear."
Ove - Possibly a modern Scandinavian form of Old Danish Auwe, meaning "little edge." 
Otoahnacto - Native American Cheyenne name meaning "bull bear."
Ofer - Variant spelling of English Ofir, meaning "gold" or "reducing to ashes."
Otniel - Variant spelling of English Othniel, meaning "lion of God." 
Odran - Anglicized form of Irish Gaelic Odhrán, meaning "little sallow one." 
Osheen - Anglicized form of Irish Gaelic Oisín, meaning "little deer."
Oseye - Egyptian name meaning "happy."
Otes - Norman French name derived from German Otto, meaning "wealthy."
Opaline - Elaborated form of English Opal, meaning "gem, precious stone."
Ops - Roman Latin name meaning "plenty." In mythology, this is the name of an earth goddess, the wife of Saturn. Identified with Greek Rhea.
Oenone - Latin form of Greek Oinone, meaning "wine." In mythology, this is the name of a Naiad nymph who was the first wife of Paris. 
Ohcumgache - Native American Cheyenne name meaning "little wolf."
Ouida - Pet form of French Louise, meaning "famous warrior." 
Orchid - English name derived from the flower name, from Greek orkhis, meaning"testicle," from Proto-Indo-European orghi-, the baseroot for for the word "testicle." The plant was given this name because of theshape of its root. 
Obrad - Serbian name meaning "happiness."
Oldřich - Czech form of German Ulrich, meaning "prosperity and power."
Ofra - Variant spelling of Hebrew unisex Ophrah, meaning "fawn." 
Ohtli -  Nahuatlunisex name meaning "road."
Ofelia - Latin form of Greek Ophelia, meaning "help." 
Ola - Norwegian and Swedish form of Scandinavian Olaf, meaning "heir of the ancestors."
Olívia - Portuguese form of English Olivia, probably meaning "elf army."
Ollie - Unisex pet form of English Oliver and Olivia, both probably meaning "elf army."
Olufemi - African Yoruba name meaning "God loves me."
Oluwaseyi - African Yoruba unisex name meaning "God made this."
Oluwatoyin - African Yoruba unisex name meaning "God is worthy to be praised."
Omega - English unisex name derived from the last letter of the Greek alphabet. This name was used occasionally by Victorian parents for a "last-born child." 
Omer - Hebrew name derived from the word omer, meaning "sheaf." In the bible, this is "a measure" of dry things, containing the tenth part of an Ephah.
Omid - Persian unisex name meaning "hope."
Ondrej - Slovak form of Greek Andreas, meaning "man; warrior."
Oota dabun - Native American Algonquin name meaning "day star."
Onyekachukwu - African Igbo unisex name meaning "who is greater than God?"
Ophrah - Hebrew unisex name meaning "fawn." In the bible, this is the name of two places, and the name of a son of Meonothai. 
Òscar - Catalan form of Old High German Ansgar, meaning "god-spear."
Oscar -   Irish Gaelic form of Scottish Gaelic Osgar, meaning "deer-lover." 
Oskar - Scandinavian form of Old Norse Ásgeirr, meaning "god-spear."
Otto - Modern form of Old German Audo, meaning "wealthy."
Ovidio - Italian and Spanish form of Roman Latin Ovidius, meaning "sheep herder."
Obed edown - Hebrew name meaning "servant of Edom" or "he who serves the Edomites." In the bible, this is the name of a Levite and a Gittite.
Ocean - English unisex name derived from the vocabulary word, from Latin oceanus, from Greek okeanos, meaning "ocean."
Oz - Compare with feminine Oz. English short form of longer names beginning with Os-, meaning "god."
Oda - Old French form of German Otto, meaning "wealthy." Compare with feminine Oda.
Odalis - Spanish unisex form of French Odilon, meaning "wealthy."

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