Oluwatimileyinm & fYoruba The name OLUWATIMILEYIN is of Yoruba language Origin in Nigeria which means "God Supported me".Children in Nigeria are widely named Oluwatimileyin because of the Cultural believe that the name holds a Prayer with it "God supported me" or "God, support me".
OmbelinefMedieval French Feminine form of Humbelin, a medieval diminutive of Humbert. The Blessed Humbeline (known as Hombeline or Ombeline in French) was a 12th-century nun, the sister of Saint Bernard of Clairvaux.
OmbrettafItalian, Literature Coined as a diminutive of Italian ombra "shade; shadow", this name first came into usage after Antonio Fogazzaro used it for a character in his novel Piccolo mondo antico (The Little World of the Past in English) (1895).
OmobonomMedieval Italian It means "Good man" in dialect of the Po valley, Omobono Tucenghi was a merchant of Cremona, who dedicated all of his life to charity and peacemaking, he was canonized in 1197, he's the patron saint of business people, tailors, shoemakers, and clothworkers, as well as of the city of Cremona.
OmotundemYoruba Means "the child has returned" in Yoruba, typically given to an Abiku child. Abiku are spirits that are believed to enter a pregnant woman and move in a constant cycle of birth, death, and rebirth... [more]
Omoyef & mNigerian A name of African Origin meaning ‘a loved child’.
OmphalefGreek Mythology This name comes from the Greek omphalos which means "navel". It is the name of a queen who used Heracles as a slave during one year and disguised him in woman.
OnasandrosmLate Greek The first element of this Greek name is uncertain to me; it may have been derived from Greek ὀνή (one) "help", but it could also have been derived from Greek ὄνησις (onesis) "benefit, luck, prosperity." Even ὄνος (onas) or (onos) "ass, donkey" is a possibility... [more]
OnatmTurkish In Turkish means "decent", "proper", "beneficial", "correct".
OnatahfNew World Mythology In Iroquois mythology, Onatah was one of the Deohako (the Life Supporters, or Three Sisters.) Onatah represented the spirit of the corn, while her two sisters represented beans and squash. In one common Iroquois legend, Onatah was stolen by Tawiscara and hidden underground, causing a great famine until she was found and freed... [more]
OnatsufJapanese From japanese 同 (ona) meaning "similar, like, together, lane" combined with 通 (tsu) meaning "through, open, common, communicate, connect, authority, expert"
OnawafLiterature From a variant of Onaway, a name of unspecified Native American origin. It was used by Henry Wadsworth Longfellow in his epic poem 'The Song of Hiawatha' (1855), which was based loosely on legends of the Ojibwe peoples; in Book XI of the poem, the musician Chibiabos recites a song in which he addresses an imagined lover named Onaway... [more]
OnayifShona See it, see this. "Situational name which says see what we have, behold".
OnazarfUzbek Derived from ona meaning "mother" or a term of respect for women, and zar meaning "gold, wealth".
OndiekmLuo Name given to a male who survives childhood after successive deaths of infants to the parents. This name suggests strength and determination to survive. Ondiek is also the Hyena in the Luo language... [more]