Submitted Names Starting with O

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Ot Ene f Mythology
Altai, Kyrgyz and Turkmen form of Od Ana, derived from ot meaning "fire" and ene meaning "mother".
Oteng m Tswana
Means "He (God) is here" in Setswana.
Oter m Old Swedish
Old Swedish form of Otr.
Oteria f Medieval French
Derived from Old High German ōt meaning "wealth, riches" and heri meaning "host, army".
Otes m Medieval English
Medieval English and Early Modern English name of uncertain origin and meaning. Theories include a variant of Otto.
Otetiani m Seneca
This was the name of Red Jacket (known as Otetiani in his youth and Sagoyewatha (Keeper Awake) Sa-go-ye-wa-tha because of his oratorical skills) (c. 1750 - 1830), a Native American Seneca orator and chief of the Wolf clan... [more]
Otfried m Dutch, German
Dutch and German form of Odfrid.
Otger m German
German form of Odger.
Otgisl m Medieval Scandinavian
Derived from Old Norse auðr meaning "wealth, riches" and gísl meaning "pledge, hostage".
Otgonbaatar m Mongolian
Derived from отгон (otgon) meaning "youngest son" and баатар (baatar) meaning "hero".
Otgongerel m Mongolian
Derived from отгон (otgon) meaning "youngest son" and гэрэл (gerel) meaning "light".
Otgonnamar m Mongolian
Derived from oтгон (otgon) meaning "youngest son" and намар (namar) meaning "autumn".
Otha m English (American, Rare)
Perhaps a variant of Otto or Ottar.
Otha f English (American)
Feminine form of Otho.
Othagwenda m New World Mythology
Sapling, the older twin brother of Juskaha, culture heroes of the Seneca. They were born to a young woman magically impregnated by the West Wind. Flint was cast out by his grandmother who hated him, but Juskaha went looking for him and found him in a hollow tree, and took him back home where they grew up together... [more]
Othar m Popular Culture, German (Rare, Archaic)
The name is formed from the Germanic name elements aud "wealth" and HARI "army".... [more]
Othel m & f English
Diminutive of Otho.
Othelius m Norwegian
A Norwegian name derived from the female name Otelie, a form of Otilie, which comes from Odila, a pet form of Oda, which means 'prosperity, fortune, riches'.
Othellia f English (American, Archaic)
Of uncertain origin and meaning.... [more]
Othelo m English
Variant of Othello.
Other m Old Danish
Old Danish form of Otr.
Øthger m Old Danish
Old Danish form of Auðgæirr.
Øthgerth f Old Danish
Old Danish form of Auðgærðr.
Othi m Romani
Possibly a Romani form of Odin or Othin.
Othilde f Medieval French
Derived from Old High German ōt meaning "wealth, riches" and hiltja meaning "battle".
Óðin m Faroese
Faroese modern form of Óðinn.
Øthin m Old Danish
Old Danish form of Auðin.
Othin m Old Danish
Old Danish form of Auðin.
Óðin-dísa f Ancient Scandinavian
From the name of the Norse god Óðinn (see Odin; possibly via an Old West Norse byname) combined with the feminine name Dísa, a short form of other names containing the element dís "goddess".
Othinkar m Old Danish
Old Danish form of Óðinkárr.
Óðinkárr m Ancient Scandinavian
From Old Danish othinkar/othankar meaning "easily furious, raging" or a combination of óðr "inspiration, rage, frenzy" and kárr "curly-haired" or "obstinate; reluctant".
Oðinn m Ancient Scandinavian
Old Norse variant of Óðinn.
Othmane m Arabic (Maghrebi)
Maghrebi variant of Uthman (chiefly Moroccan).
Othniël m Dutch
Dutch form of Othniel, but less common than the main Dutch form (Otniël).
Óðný f Icelandic (Modern, Rare)
Combination of óðr 'furious, eager, mad and 'new'.
Othon m Greek, German (Hellenized)
Greek form of Otto, used by the first modern king of Greece, who was born Prince Otto of Bavaria.
Othonas m Greek
Variant of Othon.
Óðr m Ancient Scandinavian, Norse Mythology
Means "furious, vehement". In Norse mythology this is the name of Freyja's husband, the father of Hnoss and Gersemi... [more]
Othryoneus m Greek Mythology
The meaning of this name is a bit uncertain. If it is derived from only one element, then it possibly basically means "of Mount Othrys", derived from Greek Όθρυς (Othrys), the name of the mountain... [more]
Othuaghin m Old Swedish
Old Swedish form of Óþvaginn.
Øthulf m Old Danish
Old Danish form of Auðulfr.
Othusitse m & f Tswana
Means "he (god) has helped" in Tswana.
Óþveginn m Ancient Scandinavian
Old Norse byname meaning "unwashed, dirty", derived from ú, a negative prefix, combined with the preterite participle of the verb þvá "to wash".
Oti m Romani
Variant of Othi.
Otia m Georgian
When written as ოთია, this name is a diminutive of Otar. But when written as ოტია, it is an independent name with likely a different etymology (possibly Kartvelian).... [more]
Otiko f Western African
The given name of the Ghanaian politician Otiko Afisa Djaba.
Otiko m Georgian
Diminutive of Otar.
Otilge f German (Silesian, Archaic), Medieval German
Medieval Silesian German variant of Ottilie reflecting the local pronunciation.
Otilie f Czech
Czech form of Ottilie.
Otilija f Sorbian (Archaic), Slovene
Sorbian and Slovene form of Ottilie.
Otilio m Spanish (Archaic)
Masculine form of Otilia.
Otille f Basque (Modern, Rare)
Coined by Sabino Arana Goiri and Koldo Elizalde as a Basque form of Ottilie.
Otin f Uzbek
Uzbek feminine name meaning "female teacher", "a woman who reads mystic poetry at traditional gatherings", "an educated woman", or refering to an epithet for distinguished women.
Otisa f African American
A feminine form of Otis.
Otiya m Eastern African, Luo
A luo name given to a male child named after either of his grandparents.
Otká f Czech
Diminutive form of Dorota.
O'tkira f Uzbek
Derived from o'tkir meaning "astute, keen, smart, nimble".
Otl m Upper German
South German diminutive of Otto.... [more]
Otleich m Medieval, Old High German, Old Saxon, Medieval French
Old High German ōt, Old Saxon ōd "wealth, riches" + Old Saxon lēkian, Old High German leihhen, leichen "to dance, sport, play".
Otlyn m English (American, Modern, Rare)
Male name of uncertain origin, used occasionally in the USA.
Otnand m Old High German, Medieval, Medieval German
Old High German ōt, Old Saxon ōd "wealth, riches" + Proto-Germanic nanþ- "brave, daring".
Otniël m Dutch
Dutch main form of Othniel.
Otniela f Various (Rare)
Feminine form of Otniel.
Òto m Kashubian
Kashubian form of Otto.
Ōto f Japanese
From 桜桃 (ōto) meaning "cherry" in Japanese which combines 桜 (ō) meaning "cherry blossom" and 桃 (to) meaning "peach".
Oto m & f Japanese
From Japanese 於 (o) meaning "at, in, on, as for", 央 (o) meaning "center, middle", 乙 (oto, o) meaning "the latter, duplicate, strange, witty", 音 (oto, o) meaning "sound", 桜 (o) meaning "cherry blossom", 緒 (o) meaning "thread", 想 (o) meaning "concept, think, idea, thought", 呂 (oto) meaning "spine, backbone", 朗 (o) meaning "melodious, clear, bright, serene, cheerful" or 和 (o) meaning "harmony, Japanese style, peace, soften, Japan" combined with 兎 (to) meaning "rabbit, hare", 菟 (to) meaning "dodder (plant)", 乙 (to) meaning "the latter, duplicate, strange, witty", 桃 (to) meaning "peach", 都 (to) meaning "metropolis, capital, all, everything", 冬 (to) meaning "winter", 翔 (to) meaning "soar, fly", 斗 (to), which refers to a Chinese constellation, 柊 (to) meaning "holly", 音 (to) meaning "sound", 時 (to) meaning "time, hour", 人 (to) meaning "person" or 杜 (to) meaning "woods, grove"... [more]
Oto m Georgian
Diminutive of Otar.
Otoha f Japanese
Japanese feminine name which can have several kanji meanings: 乙羽, "maiden, feathers"; 乙葉, "maiden, leaf"; 音羽, "sound, feathers" or 音葉, "sound, leaf".
Otohiko m Japanese
From Japanese 音 (oto) meaning "sound" combined with 彦 (hiko) meaning "boy, prince". Other kanji combinations are possible.... [more]
Otohime f Japanese Mythology
Means "luminous jewel" or "youngest princess". She was a goddess is Japanese mythology, also known as Toyotama-Hime.... [more]
Otoka f Japanese
From Japanese 音 (oto) meaning "sound" combined with 風 (ka) meaning "wind", 奏 (ka) meaning "play music, complete", 香 (ka) meaning "fragrance" or 華 (ka) meaning "flower". Other kanji combinations are possible.
Otoko f Japanese
From the Japanese kanji 音 (oto) or 響 (oto) meaning "sound, echo" or 乙 (oto) meaning "second" combined with 子 (ko) meaning "child". ... [more]
Otolia f Polish (Rare)
A rare Polish form of Otylia.
Otomārs m Latvian (Rare)
Latvian form of Ottomar. A notable bearer is Latvian actor Otomārs Kūns (1906-1991).
Otome f Japanese
Otome 乙女 meaning: Otome (maiden)
Otomi f Japanese
From Japanese 音 (oto) meaning "sound" or 響 (oto) meaning "sound, echo" combined with 美 (mi) meaning "beautiful". Other kanji combinations are possible.
Otomo m & f Japanese
This Name Comes From The Script "お供" Which means, "Accompanying" in Japanese.
Oton m Croatian (Rare), Slovene (Rare), Provençal, Piedmontese
Provençal, Piedmontese, Croatian and Slovene form of Otto.
Otone f Japanese
From Japanese 音 (oto) meaning "sound" combined with 音 (ne) meaning "sound". Other kanji combinations are possible.
Oto-obong f Efik
Means "from God" in Efik.
Otos m Greek
From Greek ὢτος (otos) meaning "horned owl".
Otoya m Japanese
From Japanese 二 (oto) meaning "two" combined with 矢 (ya) meaning "arrow". Other kanji combinations are possible. ... [more]
Otr m Ancient Scandinavian, Norse Mythology
Means "otter". In Norse mythology this is the name of a dwarf, one of the children of Hreiðmarr.
Otrad m Medieval Dutch
Derived from Old High German ōt meaning "wealth, riches" and rāt meaning "counsel, advice".
Otran m Old High German, Old Saxon, Medieval, Medieval French
Old High German ōt, Old Saxon ōd "wealth, riches" + Old Saxon hram "raven".
Otrera f Greek Mythology (Latinized)
Queen of the Amazons in Greek mythology, Otrera is sometimes considered the mythological founder of the Temple of Artemis in Ephesus, which was closely connected with Amazons. She is also sometimes considered the founder of the Amazon nation, though many myths place the first Amazons much earlier.
Otrere f Greek Mythology
Otrere was an Amazonian queen and the founder of the Amazons, also called Otrera. Her two daughters were Penthesilea and Hippolyta.
Otri m Icelandic
Variant of Otur.
Otrioneo m Italian, Spanish
Italian and Spanish form of Othryoneus.
Otrude f Medieval French
Derived from Old High German ōt meaning "wealth, riches" and Proto-Germanic *þrūþ meaning "strength" or *trut meaning "maiden".
Otsanda f Medieval Basque, Basque (Rare)
Medieval Basque feminine form of Otsando. It coincides with the Basque word otsanda "she-wolf".
Otsando m Medieval Basque, Basque (Rare)
Basque name of uncertain origin and meaning. Current theories include a derivation from either Basque otzan "tame" or Basque otso "wolf".
Otsi'tsa f Mohawk
Means "flower" in Mohawk.
Otsogile m Tswana
Means "he is awake" in Setswana.
Otsoko m Basque
Means "wolves" in Basque.
Otssímmokoyistamik m Siksika
Means "green grass bull" in Siksika.
Ott m Medieval German, German (Rare, Archaic)
Medieval German form of Otto.
Ott m English
Diminutive of Elliott.
Otta f Scandinavian
Feminine form of Otto, or a short form of Ottilia (perhaps modeled on the earlier Lotta)... [more]
Otta f Medieval Czech
Feminine form of Otto.
Ottar m Old Danish, Old Swedish, Norwegian, Faroese, Swedish (Rare), Manx (Archaic)
Younger form of Óttarr which was also used on the Isle of Man.
Óttarr m Icelandic, Norse Mythology, Ancient Scandinavian
Combination of Old Norse ótti "terror, fear" and herr "army". In Norse Mythology, Óttar is a protégé of the goddess Freyja.
Ottavianu m Sicilian
Sicilian form of Octavianus.
Ottaviu m Corsican, Sicilian
Corsican and Sicilian form of Ottavio.
Otte m Dutch, Danish
Variant of Otto.... [more]
Ottelien f Dutch (Rare)
Combination of Otte and -lien (from names like Carolien).
Otter m & f English (Modern, Rare)
From the English word otter, a semi-aquatic mammal. The word otter is derived from Old English otor or oter, ultimately from the Proto-Indo-European *wódr̥ "water".
Ottessa f English (American)
Feminine diminutive form of Otto.
Otthild f German (Rare)
German name composed of the elements OD "fortune, wealth" and HILD "battle". ... [more]
Otti f German
Short or familiar form and common nickname for Ottilie. Rarely used as an official given name.
Otti m Icelandic, English
Variant of Otto.
Ottie f & m English
Variant of Otty.
Ottilburg f Medieval, Old High German, Old Saxon, Medieval German
Old High German ōt, Old Saxon ōd "wealth, riches" + Old High German burg "castle, city, stronghold".
Ottiline f French
Variant of Ottoline.
Ottilio m Italian
Italian form of Otto.
Ottis m English
Variant of Otis.
Ottiwell m Anglo-Norman, English (British, Rare)
From Otuel, which was a diminutive of the Norman names Otoïs, meaning literally "wealth-wide" or "wealth-wood" (from the Germanic elements aud "wealth, fortune" and wid "wide" or witu "wood"), and Otewi, meaning literally "wealth-war" (in which the second element is wig "war")... [more]
Ottkell m Ancient Scandinavian
Old Norse variant of Oddkell.
Ottobuono m Medieval Italian
This was the birth name of Pope Adrian V (c.1205–1276). Perhaps it was a combination of the name Ottone with Latin buono "good".
Ottomine f Danish (Archaic)
Perhaps intended to be a feminine form of Otto, using the popular name suffix mine (see Mina; possibly modeled on Ottoline).
Ottonia f Swedish (Rare)
Feminine form of Otto.
Otty m Popular Culture, English
Short form of Otis or Otto, popularized by Bush and Looney's Otis Oliver "Otty" Otto. May also be a diminutive of Ottilia or Ottile.
Otu m Finnish
Finnish pet form of Otto or a Finnish pet form of Otso.
Otu m Efik
Means "chief; king" in Efik.
Otuekongabasi f Efik
Means "warrior" in Efik.
Otur m Icelandic
Icelandic younger form of Otr.
Otus m Greek Mythology
Greek name meaning "One keen of hearing"
Otwin m German
German form of Odwin.
Otýlie f Czech
Younger form of Otilie.
Otylká f Czech
Diminutive form of Otylie.
Otzara f Hebrew (Rare)
Derived from Hebrew אוֹצָר (otzar) meaning "treasure".
Ötzi m Popular Culture
Ötzi was the name given to a neolithic mummy found in a glacier in 1991. The name derives from the location Ötztaler Alpen where he was found.... [more]
Ou m Japanese
From Japanese 央 (ou) meaning "centre, middle", 鴎 (ou) meaning "seagull", 紘 (ou) meaning "vast, expansive", 桜 (ou) meaning "cherry blossom", 鷹 (ou) meaning "eagle, falcon, hawk", 汪 (ou) meaning "vast, extensive, deep" or 泱 (ou) meaning "great, expansive" or other kanji which are pronounced the same way.
Ouahid m Arabic (Maghrebi)
Maghrebi transcription of Wahid (chiefly Algerian and Moroccan).
Oualentina f Ancient Roman (Hellenized)
Hellenized form of Valentina. Also compare the names Silvanus and Silouanos, which show that the letter -v- was usually hellenized to -ou- by the ancient Greeks.
Oualentinianos m Ancient Roman (Hellenized)
Hellenized form of Valentinianus. Also compare the names Silvanus and Silouanos, which show that the letter -v- was usually hellenized to -ou- by the ancient Greeks.
Oualentinos m Ancient Roman (Hellenized)
Hellenized form of Valentinus (see Valentine 1). Also compare the names Silvanus and Silouanos, which show that the letter -v- was usually hellenized to -ou- by the ancient Greeks.
Oualeria f Ancient Roman (Hellenized)
Hellenized form of Valeria. Also compare the names Silvanus and Silouanos, which show that the letter -v- was usually hellenized to -ou- by the ancient Greeks.
Oualeriana f Ancient Roman (Hellenized)
Hellenized form of Valeriana. Also compare the names Silvanus and Silouanos, which show that the letter -v- was usually hellenized to -ou- by the ancient Greeks.
Oualerianos m Ancient Roman (Hellenized)
Hellenized form of Valerianus. Also compare the names Silvanus and Silouanos, which show that the letter -v- was usually hellenized to -ou- by the ancient Greeks.
Oualerios m Ancient Roman (Hellenized)
Hellenized form of Valerius. Also compare the names Silvanus and Silouanos, which show that the letter -v- was usually hellenized to -ou- by the ancient Greeks.
Ouarda f Arabic (Maghrebi)
Maghrebi transcription of Warda (chiefly Algerian).
Ouardia f Arabic (Maghrebi)
Variant of Ouarda (chiefly Algerian).
Oudatte f French (Archaic)
Diminutive of Ode (see also Houdée) found in the Bourgogne-Franche-Comté region up until the 1600s.
Oudekki f Estonian
Estonian form of Eudoxia.
Oudin m Medieval French
Meaning unknown. This name was found in French records from 1421, 1423, and 1438.
Oudine f Medieval French
Feminine form of Oudin.
Oudom m Lao, Khmer
Means "abundant, plentiful" or "superior, supreme, excellent" in Lao and Khmer, ultimately from Sanskrit उत्तम (uttama).
Ouën m Jèrriais
Jèrriais form of Ouen.
Ouen m French
Audoin, also known as Audoen, Ouen, and Owen (609 in Sancy close to Soissons - 686 in Clichy), was a Frankish bishop, courtier, chronicler, and Catholic saint.
Ouespasianos m Ancient Roman (Hellenized)
Greek form of Vespasianus (see Vespasian).
Ouesslé m Jèrriais
Jèrriais form of Wesley.
Oufemea f Medieval Galician
Medieval Galician form of Eufemia.
Ougo m Greek
Greek form of Hugo.
Ouichirou m Japanese
From Japanese 旺 (ou) meaning "prosper", 欧 (ou) meaning "Europe" or 桜 (ou) meaning "cherry tree, cherry blossom" combined with 一 (ichi) meaning "one" combined with 郎 (rou) meaning "son". Other kanji combinations are possible.
Ouided f Arabic (Maghrebi, Rare)
Maghrebi transcription of Widad (chiefly Tunisian).
Ouiliam m Greek
Phonetic transliteration of William.
Ouinneteur f Jèrriais (Modern)
Jèrriais borrowing of Winter.
Ouiser f Popular Culture
A diminutive of Louisa. Borne by Ouiser Boudreaux of Steel Magnolias.
Ouiyamme m Jèrriais
Jèrriais form of William.
Oujirou m Japanese
From Japanese 桜 (ou) meaning "cherry tree, cherry blossom" or 旺 (ou) meaning "prosper", 二 (ji) meaning "two" combined with 郎 (rou) meaning "son". Other kanji combinations are possible.
Ouka f Japanese
From Japanese 桜 (ou) meaning "cherry tree, cherry blossom" combined with 花 (ka) or 華 (ka) both meaning "flower, blossom" or 叶 (ka) meaning "fulfill, come true". Other kanji combinations are possible.
Ouke m & f Dutch (Rare)
Variant of Auke.
Ouki m Japanese
From Japanese 応 (ou) meaning "respond", 旺 (ou) meaning "prosper" or 桜 (ou) meaning "cherry blossom" combined with 吉 (ki) meaning "good luck", 樹 (ki) meaning "tree" or 喜 (ki) meaning "rejoice"... [more]
Ouko f Japanese
From Japanese 桜 (ou) meaning "cherry blossom" combined with 子 (ko) meaning "child". Other kanji combinations are possible.
Ouktyean m Khmer
Means "garden" in Khmer.
Oula m Sami, Finnish
Oula is originally a Sami variant of Ola and Ovlá, thus related to Olaf. It's nowadays used by Finns as well.
Ouliva f Asturian
Asturian form of Olivia.
Oulry m French (Swiss, Archaic)
Gallicized form of Ulrich used in the Montreux area of Switzerland up until the late 1600s.
Oumaima f Arabic (Maghrebi)
Maghrebi transcription of Umaima chiefly used in Moroccan and Tunisian Arabic.
Oumayma f Arabic (Maghrebi)
Maghrebi variant of Umaima (chiefly Moroccan and Tunisian).
Oumayra f Arabic, Arabic (Maghrebi)
Variant transcription of Umaira as well as the Maghrebi form of Umaira.
Oumi f Japanese
From Japanese 大海 (oumi) meaning "sea; ocean".
Oumou f Western African
Means "latecomer" in Bambara.
Oumou f Western African
Western African form of Umm (also compare Umama). This name is found in Mali, Senegal, Burkina Faso, Côte d'Ivoire, Guinea, Niger, and other regions, more often than not within Muslim communities.
Ouno f Japanese
From Japanese 桜 (ou) meaning "cherry blossom" combined with 乃 (no), a possessive particle. Other combinations of kanji characters can also form this name.
Ouran f & m Japanese
From Japanese 桜 (ou) meaning "cherry blossom" combined with 蘭 (ran) meaning "orchid" or 夏 (ran) meaning "summer". Other kanji combinations are possible.
Ouray m Ute, Indigenous American
Means "arrow" in Ute.
Oureana f Medieval Portuguese, Folklore
Variant of Ouroana. In 1158, a Christian knight, Gonçalo Hermigues and his companions kidnapped a Moorish princess named Fatima... [more]
Ouriel m Biblical Greek
Biblical Greek form of Uriel.
Ouroana f Medieval Portuguese
Medieval Portuguese form of Oriana.
Ours m French (Rare)
French form of Ursus. Also note that ours is an ordinary word in the French language, where it means "bear" (which is ultimately derived from Latin ursus "bear", so the root is either way the same).
Oursos m Ancient Roman (Hellenized), Late Greek
Hellenized form of Ursus (see Urs).
Oursoula f Greek
Greek form of Ursula.
Ourt f Coptic
Coptic form of Warda.
Ousamequin m Wampanoag
Sachem, or leader, of the Wampanoag, and "Massasoit" of the Wampanoag Confederacy.
Ouseph m Indian (Christian), Malayalam
Form of Joseph used by Malayalam-speaking Saint Thomas Christians.
Ousman m Western African
Form of Uthman used in parts of French-influenced western Africa.
Oussama m Arabic (Maghrebi)
Alternate transcription of Usama chiefly used in North Africa.
Oussema m Arabic (Maghrebi)
Alternate transcription of Usama chiefly used in Tunisia.
Ousseynou m Western African
Form of Husayn used in parts of French-influenced western Africa.
Ousuke m Japanese
From Japanese 翁 (ou) meaning "elderly man" combined with 助 (suke) meaning "assistance", 介 (suke) meaning "shell, shellfish", 輔 (suke) meaning "help" or 甫 (suke) meaning "begin". Other kanji combinations are possible.
Outha m Malayalam
Malayalam form of Hebrew Yosef or English Joseph
Outha m Indian (Christian), Malayalam
Form of Joseph used by Malayalam-speaking Saint Thomas Christians.
Outi f Finnish
Karelian diminutive of Eudokia and Eudoxia.... [more]
Outti f Karelian
Karelian form of Yevdokiya.
Outule m & f Tswana
Means "He (God) heard" in Setswana.
Ouwe m West Frisian
Variant spelling of Auwe.
Ova f Swedish (Rare), Danish (Rare), Norwegian (Rare)
Feminine form of Ove as well as a contracted form of Olova.
Ovais m Urdu, Indian (Muslim)
Derived from Arabic أويس (uwais) meaning "wolf".
Oval m & f English
Transferred from the word oval.
Ovanes m Abkhaz
Abkhaz form of John.
Ovden m Ancient Scandinavian
Old Norse variant spelling of Auðun, constructed from auðr "prosperity, fortune, riches" and vinr "friend".
Ovdochi f Mari
Mari form of Eudocia.
Ovdokim m Mari
Mari form of Evdokim.
Ovdotia f Medieval Ukrainian
Ukrainian form of Eudokia.
Ovedia f Norwegian (Rare)
Feminine form of Ove as well as a variant of Ovidia.
Øven m Norwegian
Norwegian dialectal variant form of Even.
Oven m Norwegian (Rare)
Norwegian variant of Augen.
Over m Norwegian
Norwegian younger form of Ǫlvér.
Overton m American (Rare)
Transferred use of the surname Overton.
Övgü m & f Turkish
Means "praise, commendation, compliment, tribute" in Turkish.
Övgün m & f Turkish
Variant of Övgü.
Ovide m French
French form of Ovid.
Ovidi m Catalan
Catalan form of Ovidius (see Ovid).
Ovidije m Croatian (Rare)
Croatian form of Ovidius.
Ovidijus m Lithuanian
Lithuanian form of Ovidius (see Ovid).... [more]
Ovidiy m Bulgarian, Russian, Ukrainian
Bulgarian, Russian and Ukrainian form of Ovidius (see Ovid).
Ovila m English, Spanish, French (Quebec)
Meaning unknown, possibly from Latin ovile, meaning "sheepfold."
Oviya f Tamil
From Tamil ஓவியம் (oviyam) meaning "painting".
Ovlá m Sami
Sami variant of Ola 1.
Ovllá m Sami
Sami form of Ola 1.
Ovlur m Chechen (Rare)
Vainakh name meaning "lamb born in the winter" or "first born lamb".
Ovrosi f Mari
Mari form of Euphrosyne.
Ovsanna f Armenian
Armenian form of Hosanna.
Ovstay m Mordvin
Allegedly means "bear" in Mordvin.
Ovtay m Mordvin
Means "bear" in Mordvin.
Övünç m & f Turkish
Means "pride, commendation" in Turkish.
Ovunc m Turkish
Turkish for "Longing." Popular in Turkey.
Ovuvuevuevueosas m African
One of the longest names in Africa. A man who went viral on YouTube is known for bearing this name.
Owadan f Turkmen
Means "beautiful" in Turkmen.
Owais m Urdu, Indian (Muslim)
Urdu and Indian form of Uwais.
Owariladei f & m Ijaw
Means "we have come home" in Ijaw.
Owdocia f Medieval Polish
Likely a variant of Eudokia.
Owe m Swedish, Norwegian, Danish
Variant of Ove.
Oweditse f Tswana
Means "she completed her job" in Setswana.
Oweikorogha m Ijaw
Means "men will never fall" in Ijaw.
Oweiyai m Ijaw
Means "Jesus Christ" in Ijaw.
Owenn m English (Modern, Rare)
Variant of Owen. Owenn was given to 10 boys in 2016 according to the SSA.
Owenna f Welsh
Variant of Owena.