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Name Meaning Derivations Origin




 
Oakes Dweller by the oak trees. Oak, Oake, Oaklea,
Oakleah, Oaklee, Oakleigh, Oakley, Oakol, Oaklie, Oakly, Oaks, Oaky
Old English




 

Oakley Field
of oak trees
Oak, Oaklea, Oakleah,
Oaklee, Oakleigh, Oakli, Oaklie, Oakly
Old English
Oalo Small Spanish, Latin
Oba King Obah Yoruba
Obadele King arriving at the
wooded hollow.
Obadel Yoruba
Obadiah Servant of God. Abadia, Obadias, Obadya,
Obadyah, Obadyas, Obediah, Obedias, Obedya, Obedyah, Obedyas
Hebrew
Obasi Honours God. Nigerian
Obed Working Obad Hebrew
Oberon Obedient, the King of the
fairies.
Oberan, Oberen, Oberin,
Oberun, Oberyn
French
Obert Wealthy, Bright leader. Obirt, Oburt, Obyrt Teutonic
Obie Servant of God. The short
form of Obadiah.
Obee, Obey, Obi, Oby English
Ocan Hard times. Luo
Oceanus God of the sea, Ocean
dweller.
Ocean, Oceana, Oceanah,
Oceane, Oceanis, Oceanos, Oceanous, Oceanys
Greek
O’Connor High will, Desire. O’Conor Irish, Celtic
Octavio   Eighth-born child. Octave, Octavee, Octavey,
Octavian (French), Octavien, Octavo,  Octavyo, Ottavio
Latin
Octavius Eighth-born child. Octavious, Octavous, Octavus (Lithuanian),
Octavyos, Octavyous, Octavyus,
Oktawiusz (Polish), Ottavious, Ottavious, Ottavius
Latin
Odakota Friendly Dakota, Dakotah, Odakotah Native American
Odam Son-in-law Middle Englihs
Odd Point; Strange Oddvar, Oddver Norwegian
Ode Born on the road while
travelling.
Odee, Odey, Odi, Odie,
Ody
Benin
Oded Encouraging Hebrew
Odell Wealthy, Little.; One who
lives in the valley.
Odel, Odele, Odelle Scandinavian; Old English
Odhran Green Irish
Odin Ruler Odyn Scandinavian
Odinan Fifteenth-born child. African
Odion First born of twins. Odyon Benin
Odissan Thirteenth-born son. African
Odo Wealthy. A form of Otto. Aodh, Audo, Odoh Old English
Odom Oak tree. Ghanian
Odon Wealthy protector. Hungarian
Odran Pale green colour. Odhran, Odran, Odren,
Odrin, Odron, Odryn
Irish
Odulf Noble wolf. Odolf, Odolfe, Odolph,
Odolphe
German
Odwin Wealthy, noble friend. Odwinn, Odwyn, Odwynn German
Odysseus Full
of wrath.
Odyseus Greek
Ofa Love Tongan
Ofer Young deer, Fawn. Opher Hebrew
Ogbay Don’t take him away. Ogbae, Ogbai Ethiopian
Ogbonna The image of his father. Ogbonnah Ibo
Ogden Lives
besides the oaks, From the valley with the oak trees.
Ogdan, Ogdin, Ogdon,
Ogdyn
Old English
Oghe Horse worker. Irish
Ogier Wealthy warrior. Oger, Ogyer Teutonic
Ogilvie High; From the high hill
or peak.
Ogil, Ogyl, Ogylvie Welsh; Gaelic
Ogima Chief Ogimah, Ogyma, Ogymah Chippewa
Oglesby Awe-inspiring one. Oglesbi, Oglesbie Old English
Ogun God of war. Ogunkey, Ogunkeye,
Ogunsanwo, Ogunsheye
Nigerian
Ohanko Restless Native American
Ohannes God is gracious. A form
of John.
Ohan, Ohane, Ohanes,
Ohann, Ohanne
Turkish, Hebrew
Ohanzee Shadow which is
comforting.
Ohanze Kakota
Ohin Chief Ohan, Ohyn African
Ohio Beautiful river. Ohyo Native American
Ohitekah Brave Ohiteka Lakota
Ohiyesa Victory Sioux
Oisin
“osh + een”
Little deer. Is a
poet and warrior of the fianna in the Fenian Cycle of Irish mythology.
Oisyn, Oysin, Oysyn Old Irish
Oistin Little but majestic. A
form of Austin.
Oistan, Oysin, Oysyn Irish
Ojo Baby of a difficult
birth.
Yoruba
Okapi Animal with horns, A
reddish-brown coat and horizontal white stripes on its legs.
Okapie, Okapy Swahili
Oke Divine spearer; Oak tree.
A form of Oscar.
Okee, Okey, Oki, Okie,
Oky
Hawaiian, Scandinavian
Okeke Born on market day. Ibo
Okemos Little chief. Native American
Oketa Orchid Oketah Tongan
Okoon Born during the night. African
Okoth Born during a storm. Nigerian
Okpara First-born son. Okparah Ibo
Okuth Born during a rain
shower.
Luo
Ola Eternity Olah, Olla, Ollah Hebrew
Olaf Ancestral heritage. Olaph, Olop (Estonian) Old Norse
Olamina My wealth. Olaminah, Olamyna,
Olamnah
Yoruba
Olando From the famous land. Olan, Oland Italian
Oleg Holy Olezka Latvian, Russian
Oleksandr Defender of humankind. A
form of Alexander.
Olek, Oles (Polish),
Olesandr, Olesko
Russian, Greek
Olin Holly Olen, Olney, Olyn English
Olindo Geographical – From
Olinthos in Italy.
Olin, Olind, Olyn, Olynd,
Olyndo
Italian
Oliver Olive
tree; Affectionate, Kind.
Hiliver, Holivar,
Holivaer, Oliva, Olivah, Olivar, Olier (French), Olivarius, Oliveras
(Lithuanian), Olivero (Italian), Oliveros (Spanish), Olivier (French),
Olivieras, Oliverio (Spanish), Oliviero (Spanish), Oliwa (Hawaiian),
Olliva, Ollivah, Ollivar, Olliver, Ollyva, Ollyvah, Ollyvar, Ollyver,
Ollyvir, Ollyvyr, Olvan, Olven, Olvin, Olyva, Olyvah, Olyvar
Old French, Latin;
Scandinavian
Ollie Olive
tree; Affectionate, Kind. A short form of names starting with ‘Ol’.
Olea, Oleah, Olee, Oleigh, Oley, Oli, Olie, Ollea, Olleah, Ollee, Olleigh, Olley, Olli,
Olly, Oly
Old French, Latin;
Scandinavian
Olney From the old island. Old English
Olujimi God gave me this. Olujimy Yoruba
Olishola God has blessed. Olusholah Yoruba
Olympas Of Olympus, Heavenly. Greek
Omar Long life, First son,
Most high, Follow of the prophet, speaker.
Omer, Omir, Omri, Omyr,
Umar, Umer
Arabic
Omari Highest follower of the
prophet, speaker. A form of Omar.
Omar, Omaree, Omarey,
Omarie, Omary
African, Swahili, Arabic
Omolara Child born during the
night.
Omolarah Benin
On Peace; Coconut. Chinese; Burmese
Ona Unity; Graceful; Donkey. Latin, Iriah, Gaelic;
Lithuanian; Greek
Onacona White owl. Onaconah Cherokee
Onan Prosperous Nan, Nani, Nanie, Nany,
Onen, Onin, Onon, Onyn
Turkish
Onani To look quickly. Onanee, Onanie, Onany African
Onaona Fragrance which is
pleasant.
Onaonah Hawaiian
O’Neil Neil’s son, Son of the
champion.
O’Neal, O’Neale, O’Neel,
O’Neele, O’Neile, O’Nel, O’Nele, O’Niel, O’Neile, O’Nil’O’Nile, O’Nyel,
O’Nyele, O’Nyl, O’Nyle
Irish
Ongo Spirited Tongan
Onike Onyx, Semi-precious
stone.
Tongan
Onilwyn Ash-grove friend. Onilwin Welsh
Onkar Purity Hindi
Onslow From the zealous one’s
hill.
Old English
Onhur Honourable Turkish
Ophir Faith Ophyr Hebrew
Opio First born of twin boys. Opyo Hebrew
Oran Green Oren, Orin, Oron, Orran,
Orren, Orrin, Orron, Orryn, Oryn
Irish
Oratio Time keeper; Promise. A
form of Horatio.
Horatio, Oratyo, Orazio,
Orazyo
Latin; Greek
Orban Urban; Circle, Globe. Orben, Orbin, Orbon,
Orbyn
Hungarian; Latin
Ord Spear Orde Old English
Orde Peaceful, Logical. Ordel, Ordele, Ordell,
Ordelle
Latin
Ordell Beginning Orde, Ordel, Ordele,
Ordelle
Latin
Ordway Spear path. Ordwai Old English
Oreb Raven, Black. Hebrew
Orel Eagle; Listener; From the
hill of ore.
Oran, Oreel, Orele, Orell,
Orelle, Orenthal, Oriel, Oriele, Orielle, Orin, Orran, Orrel, Orrele,
Orrell, Orrelle, Orren, Orrin, Orryn, Oryn
Russian; Latin; Old
English
Oren Pine tree;
Pale-complexioned.
Oran, Orin, Oron, Oryn Hebrew, Gaelic
Orestes Mountaineer Orest, Oreste Greek
Orev Raven Hebrew
Orford From the upper river
crossing.
Old English
Ori Light Oree, Orey, Orie, Ory Hebrew
Orien Visitor from the east. Orian, Orin, Orion, Oris,
Oran, Oren, Orin, Oron, Orono, Orran, Orren, Orrin, Orryon, Orryn,
Oryn
Latin
Orin White Oran, Oren, Oron, Orran,
Orren, Orrin, Orron, Orryn, Oryn
Celtic
Orion Son of fire, Son of
light.
Orian, Orien, Oryan,
Oryen, Oryin, Oryon
Greek
Orlan From the pointed land. Orland, Orlando English
Orlando Land
of gold, Famous.
Lando, Oland, Olando,
Orlan, Orland, Orlanda, Orlande, Orlandous, Orlandus, Orlon, Orlond,
Orlondo, Orlondon
German
Orman Mariner; Spearman. Ormen Teutonic; Old English
Ormand Serpent
Ormond From the bear mountain. Ormon, Ormondo Old English
Oro Golden Spanish
Oroiti Slow-footed. Polynesian
Oron Light Oran, Oren, Orin, Orun,
Oryn
Hebrew
Orono From Oren. Oron Latin
Orpheus Ear Orfeus Greek
Orrick Dweller at the old oak
tree.
Oric, Orick, Orik, Orric,
Orrik, Orryc, Orryck, Orryk, Oryc, Oryck, Oryk
English
Orrin River Orin, Orryn, Oryn English
Orris Time keeper; Promise. A
form of Horatio.
Oris, Orris, Orriss,
Orrys, Orryss
Latin; Greek
Orry From the Orient. Oarri, Oarrie, Orrey,
Orri, Orrie, Ory
Latin
Orsino Bear. A form of Orson. Orsine, Orsyne, Orsyno Italian, Latin
Orson A
bear.
Orsin, Orsino, Orsoch,
Orsyn, Ursen, Ursin, Urson
Latin
Orton From the riverside town. Ortan, Ortn, Ortin, Ortyn Old English
Ortzi Sky Ortzy Basque
Orunjan Born under the midday
sun.
Yoruba
Orville From the golden city. Orvil, Orvile, Orvill,
Orvyl, Orvyle, Orvyll, Orvylle
Old French
Orvin Friend with a spear. Orvan, Orven, Orvon,
Orvyn, Orwin, Orwyn
English
Osahar God will hear. Benin
Osaze God likes. Osaz Benin
Osbert Clever, Bright, Divine;
Bright god.
Osbirt, Osborne, Osbyrt,
Osric
Old English; Old Norse
Osborn Divine warrior; Divine
bear.
Osborne, Osbourn,
Osbourne, Osburn, Osburne
Old English; Old Norse
Oscar Divine
strength, Divine spear.
Oke, Osgar (Gaelic),
Oscer, Oskaras (Lithuanian), Oskar, Osker
Old English, Scandinavian
Osei Noble Osee, Osey, Osi, Osie,
Osy
Fanti
Osgood Divinely good, Creator. Old English
O’Shea Shea’s son, Son of the
majestic one.
Osean, Oshae, Oshane,
Oshaun, Oshawn, O’Shay, O’Shaye
Irish
Osiris Mythological god of
rebirth, resurrection, fertility and the after-life.
Osirys, Osyris, Osyrys Egyptian
Osman Ruler; Servant of God. Osmanek, Osmen, Osmin,
Osmon, Osmyn, Otthmor, Ottmar, Ottmor
Turkish; English
Osmand Protected by God. Esman, Esmand, Osman,
Osmond, Osmondo, Osmund, Osmundo, Oswin, Oswyn
Old English
Osmar Divinely glorious. Osmer, Osmir, Osmor,
Osmyr
Old English
Osmond Godly
defence, Divine protector.
Osmonde, Osmondo, Osmont,
Osmonte, Osmund, Osmunde, Osmundo, Osmunt, Osmunte
Old English
Osred Divine advisor. Old English
Osric Divine ruler. Osric, Osrick, Osrig,
Osrik, Osryc, Osryck, Osryg, Osryk
Old English
Ossian Fawn Ossyan, Osyan Irish
Ossie Divine Old English
Osten Held in high regard. Ostan, Ostin, Ostun,
Ostyn
Latin
Oswald God
of the forest, Divinely ruled by God.
Osvald, Osvaldo, Osvalds,
Oswal, Oswaldo, Oswall, Oswel, Osweld, Osweldo, Oswell
Old English
Oswin Divine friend. Oswyn Old English
Ota Prosperous Otah, Otik Czech
Otadan Many Native American
Otaktay Many strikes. Otaktai Lakota
Otayba Bird Otaybah Australian Aboriginal
Otem Born away from home. Luo
Othello Prosperous, Wealthy. Otello (Italian), Otto  German, Spanish
Othman Wealthy Othmen German
Othniel Lion of God. Othnyel Hebrew
Otis Son of Otto, Son of the
wealthy, prosperous one; One
who hears well.
Oates, Otes, Ottis, Ottys,
Otys
Old English; Greek
Otskai Going Otskae, Otskaie, Otskay Native American
Ottah Baby who is thin. Ota, Otah, Otta Nigerian
Ottar Point warrior, Maker of arrows. Otar Norwegian
Ottmar Ruler Otman, Otomar, Otomars, Otmen, Ottmer,
Ottmen, Ottoma, Ottomar
Turkish
Otto Prosperous, Wealthy. Oddo, Odo, Osman, Osmand, Othello
(Italian), Othman, Othmar, Oto, Otoe, Otow, Otteran, Ottone (Italian),
Ottorina, Ottmar, Ottmer
Teutonic
Ottokar Happy warrior. Otokar German
Otu Sea shells being collected into a
basket.
Ottu Native American
Otway Lucky in battle. Otwai Teutonic
Ouray Arrow Ourae, Ourai Native American
Overton From the high town. Overtan, Overten, Overtin, Overtyn Middle English
Ovid Life Ovyd Latin
Oviedo Applause Ovyedo Spanish
Owen Well born. A form of Evan. Evan, Even, Evin, Evon, Ewen, Owan,
Owain, Owaine (Celtic), Owan, Owayn, Owayne, Owin, Owine, Owon, Owone,
Owyn, Owyne, Ywain, Ywaine, Ywayn, Ywayne
Welsh
Owney Elder Onee, Oney, Oni, Onie, Ony, Ownee,
Owni, Ownie, Owny
Irish
Oxford From the oxen river crossing. Oxforde Old English
Oxley From the meadow of the oxen. Oxlea, Oxleah, Oxlee, Oxleigh, Oxli,
Oxlie, Oxly
Old English
Oxton From the ox town. Oxtan, Oxten, Oxtin, Oxtyn Old English
Oya Talking of the snake. Oyah Moquelumnan
Oystein Rock of joy. Ostin, Osten, Ostin, Oston, Ostyn Norwegian
Oz Strength Ozz, Ozzie Hebrew
Ozias Strength of the Lord. Izia, Oziah, Ozya, Ozyah, Ozyas Hebrew
Ozni Ear Ozny Hebrew
Ozuru Stork Ozuro, Ozuroo Japanese
Ozzie Divinely ruled by God, God of the
forest. The short form of names starting with “Os” or
“Oz”.
Osi, Osie, Oss, Ossi, Ossie, Ossy,
Osy, Oz, Ozi, Ozie, Ozy, Ozz, Ozzi, Ozzy
Old English