Also Polish: -- mention Odo as a variant
Love this name! Reminds me of Odo from DS9.
Don't forget Odo Proudfoot, a famous hobbit.
Odo de Lagery was the birthname of Pope Urban II (Pontificate between 1088-1099).
Bishop Odo of Bayeux was William the Conqueror's half-brother.
"... and Odo the hero, they bore him back home, to the place he had known as a lad."

From the song that Slughorn and Hagrid sing at Aragog's burial whilst drunk, in Harry Potter and the Half Blood Prince.
It is the name of Ludo Bagman's brother in the Harry Potter books.
On Star Trek: DS9, Odo is the name of the security officer. He is a shape-shifter, and his name was derived from a Bajoran word meaning "unknown sample."
The DS9 character's name is short for the Cardassian word Odo'ital, meaning "nothing." The Bajoran scientists referred to him as Odo Ital so that it was like a Bajoran name, and he eventually went by just Odo, since in the Bajoran tradition the first name is the family name.

Sorry for the nerdimology there.

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