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I like this name. A cute nickname might be Olive. It gives me the the impression of a strong, rebellious (yet just) character because of the King of Devil's Island assosiation.
Meapergirl  12/4/2011
Olav was C1's name in King of Devil's Island, a Norwegian movie with Stellan Skasgard in it. Olav is the (mostly) rule-obeying boy. It is only near the middle-end that he becomes more defiant (yet just!)
Meapergirl  12/4/2011
Becoming quite popular for baby boys again in Norway.
― Anonymous User  3/5/2012
Olav V (1903-1991), born Prince Alexander of Denmark, was the only son of Haakon VII and Maud of Wales. He was King of Norway from 1957-1991.
Cynthiana  11/19/2014
I am guessing it is pronounced O-lahf.
lilolaf  3/29/2016
Olav Hodne was a Norwegian humanitarian and missionary, affiliated with the Norwegian Santal Mission. In 1972, he became the founder and director of initially the Cooch Behar Refugee Service extended to support refugees from East Pakistan during the war of Liberation. Following the war, Olav Hodne was the founder of RDRS, an organization created in order to give aid to the rural poor in northern - initially Rangpur Dinapur Relief Service which accompanied the returning refugees to backward northwest Bangladesh in the Rangpur-Dinajpur region. This evolved into a rehabilitation, then a large and progressive development programme RDRS Bangladesh, Bangladesh. He was also instrumental in founding the Lutheran World Federation programmes in India.
cutenose  7/18/2017
It is very nice. I like it more than Olaf because of the snow man association. But I don't like the nickname Olive since it's longer and more feminine.
XironDarkstar  11/26/2017

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