OLIVIER
GENDER: Masculine
USAGE: French, Dutch
PRONOUNCED: o-lee-VYAY (French), O-lee-veer (Dutch)   [key]
Meaning & History
French and Dutch form of OLIVER
Related Names
FEMININE FORM: Olivie (French)
OTHER LANGUAGES: Alfher (Ancient Germanic), Áleifr, Alfarr (Ancient Scandinavian), Oliver (Croatian), Oliver (Czech), Oliver, Olaf, Olav, Ole, Oluf (Danish), Oliver, Oli, Ollie (English), Oliver, Alvar, Olev (Estonian), Oliver, Alvar, Olavi, Olli, Uolevi (Finnish), Oliver, Olaf (German), Olivér (Hungarian), Ólafur (Icelandic), Amhlaoibh (Irish), Oliviero (Italian), Oliver (Macedonian), Noll (Medieval English), Oliver, Ola, Olaf, Olav, Ole (Norwegian), Oliwier, Olaf (Polish), Álvaro, Olavo (Portuguese), Amhlaidh, Aulay (Scottish), Oliver (Serbian), Oliver (Slovak), Álvaro (Spanish), Oliver, Alvar, Ola, Olle, Olof, Olov (Swedish)
Popularity
England/Wales  ranked #282 
Belgium  - 
France  ranked #348 
Netherlands  ranked #43