Gender Masculine

Meaning & History

Variant of Otto. This form is typically Frankish, and used when referring to historical bearers from medieval France. It was the name of a 9th-century king of the West Franks. Another notable bearer was Saint Odo, a 10th-century abbot of Cluny.

Related Names

VariantsAudo, Odilo, Otto
Feminine FormsAuda, Oda, Odila, Odilia
Other Languages & CulturesOta, Oto(Czech) Otto(Danish) Otto(Dutch) Otto(English) Ott(Estonian) Otto(Finnish) Odilon(French) Otto, Udo(German) Ottó(Hungarian) Ottó(Icelandic) Oddo, Ottone, Ottorino, Rino(Italian) Ode(Medieval English) Eudes(Medieval French) Otto(Norwegian) Auðr(Old Norse) Oto(Slovak) Ota(Sorbian) Otto(Swedish)
User SubmissionsÒdo, Odo, Odó

Name Days

Austria: November 18
Croatia: November 18
Poland: January 14
Poland: June 19
Poland: July 4
Poland: November 18


Sources & References

  1. Förstemann, Ernst. Altdeutsches Namenbuch. Bonn, 1900, page 186.
Entry updated December 7, 2022