Submitted Names Starting with O

gender
usage
Submitted names are contributed by users of this website. The accuracy of these name definitions cannot be guaranteed.
Owlak f Turkmen
Means "baby, kid" in Turkmen.
Owlet m English
Old English ūle, of Germanic origin; related to Dutch uil and German Eule, from a base imitative of the bird's call, with -et signifying a diminutive of Owl.
Owner m American (South, Archaic)
Transferred use of the surname Owner.
Owney m Irish
Diminutive of Owen.
Owny f Medieval Irish (Anglicized)
Early Anglicization of Irish Úna.... [more]
Owro m Urhobo
OWRO male child, meaning shining eyes, original urhobo ethnic groups in Nigeria
Owsley m English (Modern, Rare)
Transferred use of the surname Owsley. According to the SSA, Owsley was given to 6 boys in 2018.
Owura m Akan
Means "mister" or "man" in Akan.
Owyn m & f English (Modern, Rare)
Variant of Owen. Owen was given to 10 girls and 23 boys in 2018 according to the SSA.
Owynn m & f English (Modern, Rare), English (American, Modern, Rare)
Variant of Owen. According to the Social Security Administration, Owynn was given to 11 girls and 8 boys in 2018.
Oxána f Hungarian
Hungarian borrowing of Oxana.
Oxaniya f Russian
Russian diminutive of Oksana.
Oxartes m Ancient Persian (Hellenized)
Hellenized form of the Old Persian male name Vaxš-ard, which is a variant form of Vaxšuvarda (also seen spelled as Vakhshuvarda). As such, this name is basically a variant form of Oxyartes - please click on the link of that name for more information.
Oxathres m Ancient Persian (Hellenized), History
Hellenized form of the Ghata Avestan male name Huxšathra, which is said to be a distinct Zoroastrian name. It is probably related to Old Persian Vaxšuvadarva (see Oxyartes), which is why Oxathres (and its variant form Oxyathres) are often confused with Oxyartes (and its variant form Oxartes)... [more]
Oxford m American (South, Archaic)
Transferred from the surname which is from the Middle English Oxenford, meaning "ox ford".
Óxilo m Spanish, Portuguese
Spanish and Portuguese form of Oxylos via its latinized form Oxylus.
Oxyartes m Ancient Persian (Hellenized), History
Hellenized form of the Old Persian male name Vaxšuvarda (also seen spelled as Vakhshuvarda), which was derived from older Persian Vaxšuvadarva. At the moment, it is still unknown to me what the original meaning of this name was in Persian... [more]
Oxyathres m Ancient Persian (Hellenized), History
Variant form of Oxathres. A known bearer of this name was Oxyathres of Persia, a brother of King Darius III Codomannus (4th century BC).
Oxycholios m Late Greek
Derived from the Greek adjective ὀξύχολος (oxycholos) meaning "quick to anger, quick-tempered". It consists of the Greek adjective ὀξύς (oxys) meaning "sharp, keen, pointed" as well as "quick, swift" combined with the Greek noun χόλος (cholos) meaning "gall, bile" as well as "anger, wrath, bitterness"... [more]
Oxylos m Greek Mythology
Derived from the Greek adjective ὀξύς (oxys) meaning "sharp, keen, pointed" as well as "quick, swift".... [more]
Oxylus m Greek Mythology (Latinized)
Latinized form of Oxylos. This is the name of several characters from Greek mythology, one of them being a son of Ares and Protogeneia.
Oxymachos m Ancient Greek
Derived from the Greek adjective ὀξύς (oxys) meaning "sharp, keen, pointed" as well as "quick, swift" combined with the Greek noun μάχη (mache) meaning "battle".
Oxymenes m Ancient Greek
Derived from the Greek adjective ὀξύς (oxys) meaning "sharp, keen, pointed" as well as "quick, swift" combined with the Greek noun μένος (menos) meaning "mind" as well as "spirit" and "power, strength, force".
Oxyporos m Greek Mythology
Derived from the Greek adjective ὀξυπόρος (oxyporos) meaning "passing rapidly". It consists of the Greek adjective ὀξύς (oxys) meaning "sharp, keen, pointed" as well as "quick, swift" combined with the Greek noun πόρος (poros) meaning "passage, passage-way" as well as "ford, strait, ferry" (as in, a means of passing over a body of water).
Oxyporus m Greek Mythology (Latinized)
Latinized form of Oxyporos. In Greek mythology, this is the name of a son of king Cinyras of Cyprus.
Oxythemis m Ancient Greek
Derived from the Greek adjective ὀξύς (oxys) meaning "sharp, keen, pointed" as well as "quick, swift" combined with the Greek noun θέμις (themis) meaning "law of nature, divinely ordained justice, that which is laid down" (see Themis).... [more]
Oxytheus m Late Greek (Latinized), Late Roman
Latinized form of the Greek name Ὀξύθεος (Oxytheos), which was derived from the Greek adjective ὀξύς (oxys) meaning "sharp, keen, pointed" as well as "quick, swift" combined with the Greek noun θεός (theos) meaning "god".... [more]
Oy f Chinese
chinese
Oya f Yoruba, African Mythology, Judeo-Christian Legend
Literally means "she (who) tore" in Yoruba. ... [more]
Oya f Turkish
Means "lace" in Turkish.
Oyabrade f Ijaw
Means "I have forgotten my worries" in Ijaw.
Øyarr m Ancient Scandinavian
Old Norse combination of ey "island" or "good fortune" and herr "army".
Oyatullo m Tajik, Uzbek
Tajik and Uzbek form of Ayatullah.
Oybadan f Uzbek
Derived from oy meaning "moon" and badan meaning "skin, complexion".
Oybahor f Uzbek
Derived from oy meaning "moon" and bahor meaning "spring".
Oybali f Uzbek
Derived from oy meaning "moon" and bali, an interjection meaning "Bravo! Very good!".
Oybanot f Uzbek
Derived from oy meaning "moon" and banot meaning "velvet".
Oybarno f Uzbek
Derived from oy meaning "moon" and barno meaning "youthful, beautiful".
Oybaxti f Uzbek
Derived from oy meaning "moon" and baxt meaning "happiness" or "luck, good fortune".
Oybibi f Uzbek
Derived from oy meaning "moon" and bibi meaning "learned woman".
Øybjørg f Norwegian (Rare)
Norwegian younger form of Øyborg.
Oybonu f Uzbek
Derived from oy meaning "moon" and bonu meaning "lady (title)".
Øyborg f Ancient Scandinavian
Old Norse combination of ey "island" or "good fortune" and borg "castle".
Oybo'ri f Uzbek
Derived from Uzbek oy meaning "moon" and bo'ri meaning "wolf".
Oybo'ston f Uzbek
Derived from oy meaning "moon" and #bo'ston" meaning "garden".
Oychaman f Uzbek
Derived from oy meaning "moon" and chaman meaning "field of flowers, flower garden".
Oychechak f Uzbek
Derived from Uzbek oy meaning "moon" and chechak meaning "flower".
Oychehra f Uzbek
Derived from oy meaning "moon" and chehra meaning "face".
Oychevar f Uzbek
Derived from Uzbek oy meaning "moon" and chevar meaning "master seamstress".
Oychilla f Uzbek
Derived from oy meaning "moon" and chilla refering to specific days in the year or a person's life - the forty hottest or coldest days of the year, the forty days following a child's birth, the forty days following a person's marriage, or a religious rite involving forty days of seclusion and prayer.
Oychin f Uzbek
Derived from oy meaning "moon" and chin meaning "true, real".
Oychiroq f Uzbek
Derived from oy meaning "moon" and chiroq meaning "lamp, light", also an endearing term for children.
Oycho'lpon f Uzbek
Derived from Uzbek oy meaning "moon" and cho'lpon meaning "Venus (planet)".
Oydavlat f Uzbek
Derived from Uzbek oy meaning "moon" and davlat meaning "wealth" or "fortune, happiness".
Oydina f Uzbek
Derived from Uzbek oydin meaning "moonlit".
Øydís f Ancient Scandinavian
Old Norse variant of Eydís.
Oydis f Faroese
Faroese form of Øydís.
Oydono f Uzbek
Derived from Uzbek oy meaning "moon" and dono meaning "wise".
Oye f Akan
It means 'it is good'
Oyebisi m & f Nigerian, Yoruba
Means "honour gave birth to more" in Yoruba.
Oyenike f Yoruba
Means "the title has need of pampering" or "honor has care" in Yoruba.
Oyera f Chewa
Name that translates to "Pure"
Oyeronke f African
means 'someone to pamper'
Oyetunde m Yoruba
Means "honour has returned" in Yoruba.
Øyfrid f Norwegian
Norwegian name with the combination of ey "island" and fríðr "beautiful".
Øygæirr m Ancient Scandinavian
Derived from the Germanic name elements ey "island" and geirr "spear".
Oygilos f Uzbek
Derived from oy meaning "moon" and gilos meaning "sweet cherry".
Oygló f Faroese
Faroese form of Eygló.
Oygo'zal f Uzbek
Derived from oy meaning "moon" and go'zal meaning "beautiful".
Oygul f Uzbek
Uzbek form of Aygul.
Oygulbonu f Uzbek
Derived from oy meaning "moon", gul meaning "rose, flower", and bonu meaning "lady (title)".
Oyhalima f Uzbek
Derived from oy meaning "moon" and halim meaning "gentle, tender".
Oyimbibi f Uzbek
Derived from oyim, a title used for aristocratic women, and bibi meaning "learned woman".
Oyimdono f Uzbek
Derived from oyim, a title used for aristocratic women, and dono meaning "wise".
Oyimgul f Uzbek
Derived from oyim, a title used for aristocratic women, and gul meaning "rose, flower".
Oyimjon f Uzbek
Derived from oyim, a title used for aristocratic women, and jon meaning "spirit, soul".
Oyimposhsha f Uzbek
Derived from oyim, a title used for aristocratic women, and poshsha an endearing term for a girl or woman
Oyimqiz f Uzbek
Derived from Uzbek oyim, a title used for aristocratic women, and qiz meaning "girl".
Oyimsoat f Uzbek
Derived from oyim, a title used for aristocratic women, and soat meaning "time, clock".
Oyimsuluv f Uzbek
Derived from oyim, a title used for aristocratic women, and sulu(v) meaning "beautiful".
Oyimtilla f Uzbek
Derived from oyim, a title used for aristocratic women, and tilla meaning "gold".
Oyin f Yoruba
Means "honey" in Yoruba.
Oyinbodei f Ijaw
OYINBODEI is an ijaw tribe name of west africa meaning "OUR MOTHER HAS RETURNED" A name given to children believed to have #REINCARNITATED
Oyindamola f & m Yoruba
Means "honey mixed with wealth" in Yoruba.
Oyinedidei f & m Ijaw
Means "God has cared for me" in Ijaw.
Oyinkansola f Yoruba
Means "sweetness is dropped into wealth" in Yoruba.
Oyintari f & m Ijaw
Means "God loves me" in Ijaw.
Oyjahon f Uzbek
Derived from oy meaning "moon" and jahon meaning "the world".
Oyjamol f Uzbek
Derived from oy meaning "moon" and jamol meaning "beauty".
Øyjolf m Norwegian
Norwegian form of Eyjólfur.
Oyjon f Uzbek
Derived from oy meaning "moon" and jon meaning "spirit, soul".
Oyjo'ra f Uzbek
Derived from oy meaning "moon" and jo'ra meaning "peers at a social gathering".
Oyjuma f Uzbek
Derived from oy meaning "moon" and juma meaning "Friday".
Oykaram f Uzbek
Derived from oy meaning "moon" and karam meaning "grace".
Oykulcha f Uzbek
Derived from oy meaning "moon" and kulcha meaning "a small loaf of bread".
Oykumush f Uzbek
Derived from oy meaning "moon" and kumush meaning "silver".
Oykun f Uzbek
Derived from Uzbek oy meaning "moon" and kun meaning "day".
Oyla f Khakas
Khakas form of Olga.
Øylæifr m Ancient Scandinavian
Combination of Old Norse ey "island" and leifr "descendant".
Øylakr m Ancient Scandinavian
Derived from the Germanic name elements ey "island" and leikr "game, play, sport, fight" or auðr "prosperity, fortune, riches" and leikr "game, play, sport, fight".
Øylaug f Norwegian (Archaic)
Norwegian younger form of Eylaug.
Oyleivur m Faroese
Faroese modern form of Øylæifr.
Oyleyg f Faroese
Faroese form of Eylaug.
Oyli f Uzbek
Means "moonlit" in Uzbek.
Oylola f Uzbek
Derived from oy meaning "moon" and lola meaning "tulip", but also potentially "red" or "nectarine".
Oylo'nda f Uzbek
Derived from oy meaning "moon" and lo'nda meaning "piece, bit".
Oylum f Turkish
Means ''volume'' in Turkish.
Oymahal f Uzbek
Derived from oy meaning "moon" and mahal meaning "moment, occasion".
Oymakham f Uzbek
Derived from oy meaning "moon" and makham meaning "tough, strong, resolute".
Oymalak f Uzbek
Derived from oy meaning "moon" and malak meaning "angel".
Oymaral f Uzbek
Derived from oy meaning "moon" and maral meaning "Caspian deer".
Oymos f Uzbek
Derived from oy meaning "moon" and mos meaning "fitting, suitable".
Oyna f Uzbek
Derived from oyna meaning "a pane of glass", "mirror", or "window".
Oynaband f Uzbek
Means "mirrored, decorated with mirrors" in Uzbek.
Oynagul f Uzbek
Derived from oyna meaning "a pane of glass", "mirror", or "window" and gul meaning "rose, flower".
Oynajamol f Uzbek
Derived from oyna meaning "a pane of glass", "mirror", or "window" and jamol meaning "beauty".
Oynatoj f Uzbek
Derived from oyna meaning "a pane of glass", "mirror", or "window" and toj meaning "crown".
Oynaxol f Uzbek
Derived from oyna meaning "a pane of glass", "mirror", or "window" and xol meaning "mole, dot, beauty mark".
Oynishon f Uzbek
Derived from oy meaning "moon" and nishon meaning "sign, mark".
Oyniyoz f Uzbek
Derived from Uzbek oy meaning "moon" and niyoz meaning "alms, supplication".
Oynovvot f Uzbek
Derived from oy meaning "moon" and novvot meaning "rock sugar".
Oynoz f Uzbek
Derived from Uzbek oy meaning "moon" and noz meaning "flirtatiousness", "whim", "tenderness" or "fondness".
Oynuqra f Uzbek
Derived from oy meaning "moon" and nuqra meaning "silver".
Oynur f Uzbek
Derived from oy meaning "moon" and nur meaning "divine light".
Oyon f Mongolian
Means "wisdom" in Mongolian.
Oyparcha f Uzbek
Derived from oy meaning "moon" and parcha meaning "piece, fragment" or refering to a type of brocade.
Oyparda f Uzbek
Derived from oy meaning "moon" and parda meaning "screen, curtain".
Oypari f Uzbek
Derived from oy meaning "moon" and pari meaning "fairy".
Oypaxta f Uzbek
Derived from oy meaning "moon" and paxta meaning "cotton, cotton plant".
Oyposhsha f Uzbek
Derived from oy meaning "moon" and poshsha an endearing term for a girl or woman
Oyqamar f Uzbek
Derived from oy meaning "moon" and qamar meaning "moon".
Oyqand f Uzbek
Derived from oy meaning "moon" and qand meaning "sugarcube".
Oyqora f Uzbek
Derived from oy meaning "moon" and qora meaning "black".
Oyqosh f Uzbek
Derived from oy meaning "moon" and qosh meaning "eyebrow(s)".
Oyqo'zi f Uzbek
Derived from oy meaning "moon" and qo'zi meaning "lamb".
Øyríkr m Ancient Scandinavian
Derived from Old Norse ey "island" and ríkr "power" or "ruler".
Oyrohat f Uzbek
Derived from oy meaning "moon" and rohat meaning "pleasure, comfort".
Øyrun f Norwegian
Norwegian form of Eyrún.
Oyruxsor f Uzbek
Derived from oy meaning "moon" and ruxsor meaning "face".
Oysabo f Uzbek
Derived from oy meaning "moon" and sabo meaning "morning breeze".
Oysaboh f Uzbek
Derived from oy meaning "moon" and saboh meaning "dawn" or "hope".
Oysada f Uzbek
Derived from oy meaning "moon" and sada, a type of elm tree.
Oysadaf f Uzbek
Derived from Uzbek oy meaning "moon" and sadaf meaning "mother-of-pearl".
Oysafar f Uzbek
Derived from oy meaning "moon" and safar, the second month of the Islamic lunar calendar.
Oysanam f Uzbek
Derived from oy meaning "moon" and sanam meaning "beauty, beautiful woman", also an Uyghur classical music genre.
Oysara f Uzbek
Derived from oy meaning "moon" and sara meaning "best".
Oysari f Uzbek
Derived from oy meaning "moon" and sari meaning "yellow" or "best".
Oyshakar f Uzbek
Derived from oy meaning "moon" and shakar meaning "sugar, candy, sweets".
Oysharaf f Uzbek
Derived from oy meaning "moon" and sharaf meaning "honour, glory".
Oyshirin f Uzbek
Derived from oy meaning "moon" and shirin meaning "sweet, pleasant".
Oyshuhrat f Uzbek
Derived from oy meaning "moon" and shuhrat meaning "fame".
Oyshu'la f Uzbek
Derived from oy meaning "moon" and shu'la meaning "luster, shining" or "flame, glow".
Oysihat f Uzbek
Derived from oy meaning "moon" and sihat meaning "health".
Oysiymo f Uzbek
Derived from oy meaning "moon" and siymo meaning "appearance".
Oysoat f Uzbek
Derived from oy meaning "moon" and soat meaning "clock, time".
Øystæinn m Ancient Scandinavian
Derived from ey (meaning unknown, possibly means "island") and steinn ("stone"). Occasionally latinised as Augustin.
Oystan m Faroese
Faroese variant of Oystein.
Oystein m Faroese
Faroese younger form of Øystæinn.
Oysuluv f Uzbek
Derived from oy meaning "moon" and sulu(v) meaning "beautiful".
Oysurat f Uzbek
Derived from oy meaning "moon" and surat meaning "drawing, painting".
Oytan f Uzbek
Derived from oy meaning "moon" and tan meaning "body, person".
Oytemir f Uzbek
Derived from oy meaning "moon" and temir meaning "metal, iron".
Oytoj f Uzbek
Derived from oy meaning "moon" and toj meaning "crown".
Oyto'l f Uzbek
Derived from oy meaning "moon" and to'l meaning "born late".
Oyto'la f Uzbek
Derived from oy meaning "moon" and to'la meaning "full, complete".
Oyto'lin f Uzbek
Derived from oy meaning "moon" and to'lin meaning "full moon".
Oyto'liq f Uzbek
Derived from oy meaning "moon" and to'liq meaning "full, complete".
Oyto'lqin f Uzbek
Derived from oy meaning "moon" and to'lqin meaning "wave".
Oyto'qa f Uzbek
Derived from oy meaning "moon" and to'qa meaning "clasp or belt buckle set with jewels".
Oyto'ti f Uzbek
Derived from oy meaning "moon" and to'ti meaning "parrot" or "pretty woman".
Oytovus f Uzbek
Derived from oy meaning "moon" and tovus meaning "peacock".
Oytoza f Uzbek
Derived from oy meaning "moon" and toza meaning "clean, pure".
Oytug' f Uzbek
Derived from oy meaning "moon" and tug' meaning "banner, flag".
Oytuman f Uzbek
Derived from oy meaning "moon" and tuman meaning "mist, fog, haze".
Oytuqqan f Uzbek
Derived from oy meaning "moon" and tuqqan meaning "kin".
Oytuvg'on f Uzbek
Derived from oy meaning "moon" and tuvg'on meaning "kin, close relative".
Oyuki f Japanese (Archaic), Spanish (Latin American), American (Hispanic)
From Yuki prefixed with the honorific 御/お- (o), used with regards to female names from around the Kamakura and Muromachi periods to around the 20th century.... [more]
Oyulug' f Uzbek
Derived from oy meaning "moon" and ulug' meaning "great".
Oyun f Mongolian
Means "wisdom" in Mongolian. From the Mongolian word oyun (wisdom).
Oyuna f Buryat
Derived from Mongolian оюу (oyuu) meaning "turquoise" or оюун (oyuun) meaning "mind, intellect, spirit".
Oyunbaatar m Mongolian
Derived from оюун (oyuun) meaning "wisdom" and баатар (baatar) meaning "hero".
Oyunbileg f Mongolian
Means "gift of wisdom" in Mongolian. From the Mongolian oyun 'intelligence, wisdom' and beleg 'gift, present'.
Øyunn f Norwegian
Derived from the Old Norse elements ey "good fortune" or "island" and unnr "to wave, to billow".
Oyuumaa f Mongolian
Means "turquoise mother" in Mongolian.
Oyuun m & f Mongolian
Means "mind" in Mongolian.
Oyuun m Yakut
Means "shaman" in Yakut.
Oyuunavch f & m Mongolian
Means "turquoise leaf" in Mongolian.
Oyuungerel f Mongolian
Means "wisdom and light" in Mongolian.
Oyuuntülkhüür f Mongolian
Means "key to the mind" or "key to wisdom" in Mongolian.
Øyvard m Norwegian
Norwegian name with the combination of ey "island" and vǫrðr "guard".
Oyvindur m Faroese
Faroese modern form of Øyvindr.
Øyvine f Norwegian
Female form of Øyvind (see Eyvindr).
Oyvør f Faroese (Rare)
Faroese form of Eyvǫr.
Oyxol f Uzbek
Derived from oy meaning "moon" and xol meaning "mole, dot, beauty mark".
Oyxonim f Uzbek
Derived from oy meaning "moon" and xonim meaning "lady".
Oyxumor f Uzbek
Derived from oy meaning "moon" and xumor meaning "strong desire, longing".
Oyyaxshi f Uzbek
Derived from oy meaning "moon" and yaxshi meaning "good, fine".
Oyyorqin f Uzbek
Derived from oy meaning "moon" and yorqin meaning "bright, vivid", "clear" or "happy, lucky".
Oyyorug' f Uzbek
Derived from oy meaning "moon" and yorug' meaning "light, illumination", "full of light" or "shining".
Oyyulduz f Uzbek
Derived from oy meaning "moon" and yulduz meaning "star".
Oyzebo f Uzbek
Derived from oy meaning "moon" and zebo meaning "beautiful, lovely".
Oyzilol f Uzbek
Derived from oy meaning "moon" and zilol meaning "crystal clear".
Oyzirak f Uzbek
Derived from oy meaning "moon" and zirak meaning "earring".
Öz f & m Turkish
öz means "core" or "gist"
Oza m Mari
Means "master" in Mari.
Ozaawindib m Indigenous American, Ojibwe
Meaning, "yellow head." The original bearer was a "two spirit" and thus the name may be considered gender neutral.
Ozai m Popular Culture
Fictional name meant to be derived from Chinese 火 (huǒ) meaning "fire, flame" or 敖 (áo) meaning "proud, arrogant" combined with 災 (zāi) meaning "disaster, catastrophe" or 載 (zài) meaning "to carry"... [more]
Ozair m Arabic
Ozair means "to annoy"
Ozaj m Mari
Derived from oza meaning "master".
Ozanay m Mari
Means "master" in Mari.
Ożanka f Medieval Polish
Medieval Polish diminutive of Ożanna and Zuzanna.
Ożanna f Polish
Polish form of Osanna.
Ozanne f French (Archaic)
Variant of Osanne. Ozanne-Anne Achon was the wife of Pierre Tremblay, one of the first settlers of Nouvelle-France ("New France" in English), the area colonized by France in North America.
Ozara f Serbian
From Serbian озарити (ozariti) or озарен (ozaren) meaning "to make radiant" and "radiant" respectively.
Özay f Turkish
Derived from öz meaning "self" and ay meaning "moon".
Ožbolt m Slovene
Slovene form of Oswald.
Özcan m Turkish
From Turkish öz meaning "core, essence" and can meaning "soul".
Özdal m & f Turkish
Derived from öz meaning "self" and dal meaning "catch, capture".
Özde m & f Turkish
Means "essence" in Turkish.
Özdelik f & m Turkish
Derived from öz meaning "self" and delik meaning "wish, desire".
Özdemir m Turkish
Probably means "pure iron" and is related to Demir. It's also a surname and a village in Turkey.
Ozeana f German (Modern, Rare)
Germanised form of Oceana.
Ozeano m Basque
Basque form of Oceanus.
Ozell m & f African American
Possibly derived from the English surname Ozell, of unknown meaning or origin, or used as a variant of Oz, with the popular name suffix -el.
Ozem m Biblical
Means "strong" in Hebrew. This name appears on two characters in the Bible.
Özer m Turkish (Modern)
Turkish masculine name derived from öz "genuine; real; unfeigned; essential; pure" and er "man".
Ozer m Hebrew
From the Hebrew word for "helper" or "strength".
O'zgar m Uzbek
Means "to change" in Uzbek.
Özgü f Turkish
Means "characteristic" or "appropriate, incidental, particular" in Turkish.
Özgül f Turkish
Means "specific" in Turkish.
Özgün m & f Turkish
original, unique
Ozha f Mao
From the name of the Mao celebration ozho koso meaning "feast of merit", ultimately from ozhe meaning "rice beer".
Ozia m Italian
Italian form of Uzziah.
Ozías m Biblical Spanish
Spanish form of Uzziah.
Oziasz m Polish
Polish form of Ozias.
Ozichi f & m Igbo, African
The name originates from Eastern part of Nigeria from the Igbo speaking states. Predominatly from Imo state.... [more]
Őzike f Hungarian (Modern)
Directly taken from Hungarian őzike "doe; fawn".
O'zilboy m Uzbek
Derived from the Uzbek o'z meaning "oneself" and boy meaning "rich, wealthy".
Ozile f Louisiana Creole
Creole variant of Ozille and possibly related to Ozella.
Ozille f French (Acadian)
Certainly related to Ozile and possibly to Ozella.
Ozioma m & f Igbo
Means, "God's good news" in Igbo.
Oziris m Bosnian, Croatian
Bosnian and Croatian form of Osiris.
Ozirisz m Egyptian Mythology
Hungarian form of Osiris.
Ozitte f Louisiana Creole
Most likely a Creole form of Osithe.
Ozjasz m Polish (Rare)
Polish form of Ozias.
O'zjon m Uzbek
Derived from the Uzbek o'z meaning "oneself" and jon meaning "soul, spirit".
Ozkarri m Basque Mythology
Odei as thunder sprite.
Özlü f & m Turkish
Means "succint" in Turkish.
Ozma f Literature
Princess Ozma of Oz is a fictional character created by L. Frank Baum.
Ozni m Biblical
Possibly means "my hearing" from Hebrew אֹ֫זֶן ('ozen) "ear". In the Old Testament this name belonged to a son of Gad.
Ozod m Uzbek, Tajik
Means "free" in Uzbek and Tajik, of Persian origin.
Ozoda f Uzbek
Means "tidy, neat" in Uzbek.
Ozodagul f Uzbek
Derived from Uzbek ozoda meaning "neat, tidy" and gul meaning "rose, flower".
Ozoemena m Igbo
Means " let what has happened before not happen again" in Igbo.
Ozon m German (Modern, Rare)
Ozon is the German word for ozone, the gas occurring in the high atmosphere and protecting against too much of UV radiation from the sun.... [more]
Ozora m & f Japanese (Modern)
Variant transcription of Oozora.
Ozoro f Eastern African
Amharic name, said to come from a biblical name meaning "strength of the Lord" (in which case it is partly from Hebrew ’az "force, strength" and a relative of Oz 2).
Ozran m Hebrew
Possibly derived from a Hebrew word for "helper".
Ozren m Croatian, Serbian
Derived from the passive voice of an older Slavic verb ozreti se meaning "to look, glance".... [more]
Ozrenka f Croatian (Rare)
Feminine form of Ozren.
Özséb m Hungarian
Hungarian form of Eusebius.
Ozuru m Japanese (Modern, Rare)
O: "Big, Great" + Zuru "Crane/ Stork".
Ozymandias m Ancient Greek
Ancient Greek name for Pharaoh Ramesses II.
Ozyris m Lithuanian
Lithuanian form of Osiris.
Ozyrys m Polish
Polish form of Osiris.