Submitted Names Starting with O

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Oppoq f Uzbek
Means "pure white" in Uzbek.
Opportuna f Medieval French (Latinized, Rare)
Feminine form of the Latin word opportunus "suitable; useful; favourable".... [more]
Opportune m Medieval, Medieval French
Middle French opportun "suitable, fitting", a derivative of Latin opportunus "fit, suitable, convenient, timely".... [more]
Oprea f Medieval Romanian
Derived from Romanian a opri "to stop". This name was given to a child in the hopes that it would be the last child born into the family.
Opri f & m Finnish
Karelian variant of Eufrosyne.
Oprosin f Khakas
Khakas form of Euphrosyne.
Ops f Roman Mythology
Derived from the Latin noun ops which can mean "power, might, influence" as well as "aid, help, support" and "wealth, abundance, riches, resources." In Roman mythology, Ops (also called Opis) is a fertility goddess who is the wife of Saturn and mother of (among others) Jupiter and Juno.
Opsius m Late Roman
Roman nomen gentile which was most likely derived from the Latin noun ops which can mean "power, might, influence" as well as "aid, help, support" and "wealth, abundance, riches, resources." However, the nomen could also have come into existence for a different reason than for referring to the particular meaning that I just described... [more]
Optaciano m Spanish, Portuguese
Spanish and Portuguese form of Optatian.
Optat m Bulgarian, Catalan, French, Polish, Russian, German (Bessarabian)
Bulgarian, Catalan, French, Polish and Russian form of Optatus.
Optatian m English
English form of Optatianus. This was the name of a saint from the 6th century AD.
Optatianus m Late Roman
Roman cognomen which was derived from Optatus. A known bearer of this name was the 4th-century Latin poet Publilius Optatianus Porfirius.
Optatien m French
French form of Optatian.
Optato m Italian, Spanish, Portuguese
Italian, Spanish and Portuguese form of Optatus.
Optatus m Late Roman, History
Roman cognomen which was derived from Latin optatus, which can mean "wished for, longed for, desired, pleasing" as well as "chosen, selected". It is ultimately derived from the Latin verb opto, which can mean "to wish for, to desire" as well as "to choose, to select"... [more]
Optaziano m Italian
Italian form of Optatian.
Optimus m Ancient Roman, Ancient Greek (Latinized), Popular Culture
Means "excellent" in Ancient Latin. Its etymology is uncertain. It can derive from the Greek root opti- meaning 'light, sight'. Another possible etimology is from Ancient Latin optàre "to choose, to desire" with the meaning of "the chosen one, the superior one"... [more]
Opu m Bengali, Hindi
Bangla Similar Word
Opukiri m Ijaw
Means "big land" in Ijaw.
ʻŌpūnui f & m Hawaiian (Archaic)
Meaning "large-bellied". From Hawaiian ʻōpū "belly" and nui "big".
Oqa f Karachay-Balkar
Means "gold or silver ribbon, braid, tinsel" in Karachay-Balkar.
Oqaq m Greenlandic
Younger form of Oĸaĸ.
Oqbibi f Uzbek
Derived from Uzbek oq meaning "white", "grey", "silver" or "clear" and bibi meaning "learned woman".
O'qchi m Uzbek
Means "arrow maker" in Uzbek.
Oqersuaq m Greenlandic
Greenlandic younger form of Oĸerssuaĸ.
Oqgo'zal f Uzbek
Derived from Uzbek oq meaning "white", "grey", "silver" or "clear" and go'zal meaning "beautiful".
Oqgul f Uzbek
Derived from Uzbek oq meaning "white", "grey", "silver" or "clear" and gul meaning "rose, flower".
Oqibat f Uzbek
Means "kindness" in Uzbek.
Oqil m Tajik (Rare), Uzbek
Tajik and Uzbek form of Aqil. A notable bearer of this name is Oqil Oqilov (b. 1944), a former prime minister of Tajikistan.
Oqila m Greenlandic
Greenlandic younger form of Oĸila.
Oqila f Uzbek
Means "intelligent, wise" in Uzbek.
Oqiljon f Uzbek
Derived from Uzbek oqil meaning "intelligent, wise" and jon meaning "spirit, soul".
Oqiloy f Uzbek
Derived from Uzbek oqil meaning "intelligent, wise" and oy meaning "moon".
Oqitsoq f Greenlandic
Greenlandic younger form of Oĸitsoĸ.
Oqjahon f Uzbek
Derived from Uzbek oq meaning "white", "grey", "silver" or "clear" and jahon meaning "the world".
Oqjamol f Uzbek
Derived from Uzbek oq meaning "white", "grey", "silver" or "clear" and jamol meaning "beauty".
Oqko'ngil f Uzbek
Derived from Uzbek oq meaning "white", "grey", "silver" or "clear" and ko'ngil meaning "heart".
Oqkumush f Uzbek
Derived from Uzbek oq meaning "white", "grey", "silver" or "clear" and kumush meaning "silver".
Oqmaral f Uzbek
Derived from Uzbek oq meaning "white", "grey", "silver" or "clear" and maral meaning "Caspian deer".
Oqmomiq f Uzbek
Derived from Uzbek oq meaning "white", "grey", "silver" or "clear" and momiq meaning "soft like cotton".
Oqmoya f Uzbek
Derived from Uzbek oq meaning "white", "grey", "silver" or "clear" and moya meaning "female camel".
Oqniyat f Uzbek
Derived from Uzbek oq meaning "white", "grey", "silver" or "clear" and niyat meaning "intention".
Oqnovvot f Uzbek
Derived from Uzbek oq meaning "white", "grey", "silver" or "clear" and novvot meaning "rock sugar".
Oqoltin f Uzbek
Derived from Uzbek oq meaning "white", "grey", "silver" or "clear" and oltin meaning "gold".
Oqoyim f Uzbek
Derived from Uzbek oq meaning "white", "grey", "silver" or "clear" and oyim, a title for aristocratic women.
Oqqiz f Uzbek
Derived from Uzbek oq meaning "white", "grey", "silver" or "clear" and qiz meaning "girl".
Oqsuluv f Uzbek
Derived from Uzbek oq meaning "white", "grey", "silver" or "clear" and sulu(v) meaning "beautiful".
Oqub m Karachay-Balkar
Karachay-Balkar form of Jacob.
Óquimo m Spanish
Spanish form of Ochimus.
Oquna m & f Greenlandic
Greenlandic younger form of Oĸuna.
Oqxol f Uzbek
Derived from Uzbek oq meaning "white", "grey", "silver" or "clear" and xol meaning "mole, dot, beauty mark".
Oqyurak f Uzbek
Derived from Uzbek oq meaning "white", "grey", "silver" or "clear" and yurak meaning "heart".
Or m Biblical Greek
Greek form of Hur appearing in the Septuagint.
Ora f Hungarian
Short form of Orália, meaning "golden".
Orabel f English (Latinized)
From the Latin orabilis "easily entreated".
Orabella f English (Rare)
A Latin construction which suffixes orare with ābilis - thus interpretable as "given to prayer" or "entreatable."
Orabelle f Theatre
Possibly a combination of Ora (comes from aurum meaning "gold" in Latin) and Belle (meaning "beautiful"). The name is used in Sheri Raynolds's play 'Orabelle's Wheelbarrow'.
Orabile f Italian (Archaic), Medieval
From Latin orabilis meaning "invokable".
Orabilia f English (Latinized)
Orabilia, or Orable, from the Latin orabilis "easily entreated".
Orable f English (Latinized)
From the Latin orabilis "easily entreated" (See Orabilia)
Orace m Popular Culture, English (American)
Orace is the mule companion of Flip the Frog in such early 1930s cartoons as The Village Specialist, Spooks, and The Milkman, created by Ub Iwerks.... [more]
Oraci m Provençal
Provençal form of Horatius.
Oracle f American (Modern, Rare)
Form the English word oracle meaning "prophecy".
Oracy m Medieval Polish
Medieval Polish variant of Horacy.
Óráed m Irish
From the irish elements ór, meaning "golden", and áed, meaning "fire"
Órækia m Ancient Scandinavian
Old Norse variant of Úrœkja.
Órækja m Ancient Scandinavian
Old Norse variant of Úrœkja.
Oraiozili f Greek
Derived from ωραίος (oraíos) meaning "good, fine, beautiful" and ζῆλος (zêlos) meaning "zeal" or ζητάω (zitáo) meaning "ask for, seek, look for".
Orak m Karakalpak
Means "sickle" in Karakalpak.
Orakwue m Igbo
Means "let the folks have their say" in Igbo.
Orália f Hungarian (Rare, Archaic)
Of uncertain origin and meaning. Theories include a borrowing of Italian Orelia.
Orama f Tahitian
Means "flame" in Tahitian.
Oraman m Khakas
Khakas form of Roman.
Oran m & f Hebrew (Modern, Rare)
Combination of the name Or, means "light" and the name Ran, means "singing" or "(he) sang", this name is not related to the name Oren.
Orana f Indigenous Australian
Meaning "the moon" in Australian Aboriginal.
Oranda f German (Rare)
Variant form of Oranna.
Orange f & m English
First found as a girl's name in medieval times, in the forms Orenge and Orengia. The etymology is uncertain, and may be after the place in France named Orange... [more]
Orangella f American (Rare, Archaic)
Mostly archaic elaboration of Orange. Also, used as a combination of Oran and Angela.
Oranna f German (Rare), Italian
Name of a 6th century Irish saint buried at Berus (Saarland, Germany). The name can be interpreted as a feminine form of Oran.
Oranne f German (Rare), French (Rare)
Variant form of Oranna, also the standard French form of the same name.... [more]
Orannis m Literature
The last of the Nine Bright Shiners in Garth Nix's Abhorsen Trilogy. Orannis is the 'Destroyer'
Orapin f Thai
Means "lotus, water lily" in Thai.
Orasta f Uzbek
Uzbek feminine meaning "neat, tidy".
Oratai f Thai
Alternate transcription of Orathai.
Oratam m Hackensack, Indigenous American
A sagamore, or sachem, of the Hackensack Indians living in northeastern New Jersey during the period of early European colonization in the 17th century.
Orathai f Thai
Means "beautiful woman, young girl, maiden" in Thai.
Oratile m & f African
Oratile is an African name that means "you have the ability to inspire and help people and you are confident in your answers.
Oratile f & m Tswana, African
It is/was His (God's) will.
Oratios m Greek
Greek form of Horatio.
Oravera f Judeo-Italian (Archaic)
Derived from Italian oro "gold" and vera, the feminine form of the adjective vero, "true; genuine".
Orawan f Thai
From Thai อร (on) meaning "maiden, damsel, beautiful, lovely" and วรรณ (wan) meaning "colour, tint".
Oraz m Turkmen, Kazakh
Means "fasting, fast" or "Ramadan" in Turkmen and Kazakh.
Orazbibi f Uzbek
Derived from Uzbek oraz meaning "beauty" and bibi meaning "learned woman".
Orazgeldi m Turkmen
Means "Ramadan came" or "fasting came" in Turkmen.
Orazgül f Turkmen
Variant of Oraz.
Orazia f Sicilian (Rare)
Italian form of Horatia.
Oraziu m Corsican
Corsican form of Horatio.
Orazziu m Sicilian
Sicilian form of Horatius.
Orbala f Pashto
Means "firefly" in Pashto.
Orban m Banat Swabian
Banatswabian borrowing of Orbán.
Orbat m French (Archaic)
Archaic French name found in the Bourgogne-Franche-Comté up until the late 1600s.
Orbelina f American
American name meaning "one who brings excitement"
Orben m English
Possible variant of Orban.
Orbiana f Late Roman, History
Feminine form of Orbianus. This name was borne by the wife of Roman emperor Alexander Severus.
Orbiane f French (Rare)
French form of Orbiana.
Orbianus m Late Roman
Extended form of Orbius, which is derived from Latin orbis "circle, orb."
Orbita f Medieval Basque
Medieval Basque name of uncertain origin and meaning.... [more]
Orbó m Hungarian
Diminutive of Orbán.
Örbrún f Icelandic
Icelandic name with the combination of ör "arrow" and brúnn "brown, shining".
Orchard m English
Transferred use of the surname Orchard.
Orchart m English
The name of two of Isabella Beeton's sons.
Orchen f & m Hebrew (Modern, Rare)
Combination of the names Or and Chen 2 means "graceful light" or "light of beauty" in Hebrew.
Orchena f Spanish (Canarian, Rare)
From Guanche *oršena, meaning "young woman". This was the name of Tenesoya's maid.
Orchid f English (Modern, Rare)
A plant of the orchid family. From Latin orchis, from Ancient Greek orkhis, meaning “testicle”. Called such because of their testicle-shaped flowers of beautiful colours.
Orchidea f Italian (Rare)
Directly taken from Italian orchidea "orchid".
Orchidea f Hungarian
Cognate of Orchid, meaning "orchid flower".
Orchidée f French (Modern)
Means "orchid" in French, in use as a given name only since in the 2000s (very rarely).
Orchidėja f Lithuanian (Rare)
Derived from the Lithuanian noun orchidėja meaning "orchid" (see Orchid).
Orchil f Literature, Germanic Mythology, Celtic Mythology (?)
The name of an obscure earth goddess, mentioned in poems by William Sharp and W. B. Yeats.
Orcio m Polish
Diminutive of Jerzy.
Orcius m Roman Mythology (?)
Most likely a variant of Orcus
Orçun m Turkish
Successors.
Orcus m Roman Mythology
Likely a Roman transliteration of Horcus. In Roman mythology, Orcus was a god of the underworld and the punisher of broken oaths.
O'rda m Uzbek
Means "horde, confederation" or "head camp" in Uzbek.
Orddot m Sami
Meaning unknown.
Orde m & f Popular Culture
Orde was a male Toa of Psionics, and one of the first Toa created. (From the series BIONICLE by Greg Farshtey)
Orderic m Ancient Germanic (?)
Meaning unknown, though the "-ric" part probably comes from the Germanic element ric meaning "ruler".... [more]
Ordgar m Anglo-Saxon
Old English name meaning "spear-point", derived from Old English ord "point (especially of a weapon)" and gar "spear". It is a cognate of Old Norse Oddgeirr.
Ordoño m Medieval Spanish, Medieval Galician
Spanish and Galician form of Medieval Latin Ordonius, itself of unknown meaning and origin. Theories include a corruption of Fortunius and a derivation from Basque urde "pig, wild boar".
Ordric m Anglo-Saxon
Ordric was a monk at Abingdon who was elected Abbot of Abingdon in 1052 AD and died in 1066.
Orduk m Yakut
Means "best" in Yakut.
Ordulf m Medieval German
The name is formed from the Germanic name elements ort "point" and wulf "wolf".... [more]
Oreah f Greek
Form of Orea, meaning "from the mountains"
Oreb m Biblical
Means "raven" in Hebrew (related to the word erebh "sunset, evening"). In the Old Testament he was a Midianite leader slain by the Israelite Gideon; the "Rock of Oreb" was a cliff east of the Jordan River on which he was killed.
Oreca f Medieval Spanish
Medieval Spanish variant of Urraca.
Ored m Swedish
Modern Swedish form of Ofradh.
Oreeditse m Tswana
Means "He (God) is listening" in Setswana.
Oreithyia f Greek Mythology
An Athenian princess whom the god of the North wind, Boreas, fell in love with and swept off to marry while she was out dancing. Their sons became the Argonauts.
Oreka f Basque (Rare)
Derived from Basque oreka "balance; equilibrium".
Orel m Yiddish
Yiddish variant of Aaron
Orelebe m Tswana
Means "look at us" in Setswana.
Orelias m & f Nigerian (Latinized, Rare)
Variation of Orelia meaning "Golden One". ... [more]
Orelle f Hebrew
Feminine variant of the name Orel
Orenç m Gascon
Gascon form of Orentius.
Orencia f Galician
Feminine form of Orencio.
Orencio m Spanish (Rare), Galician
Spanish and Galician form of Orentius.
Orenda f & m New World Mythology
Orenda roughly translates into "Great Spirit", "divine essence", "Holy Spirit", or simply "God" in Iroquois.... [more]
Orendel m Medieval German, Literature
Middle High German form of Aurvandill via its Old High German form Orendil or Orentil.... [more]
Orene f English (American)
Meaning unknown, possibly created due to the popularity of similar sounding names such as Irene.
Oreneile f Tswana
Means "He (God) has given us" in Setswana.
Orenge f Medieval French
Medieval French cognate of Orange and Orynge.
Orenji f Japanese
From Japanese オレンジ (orenji) meaning "orange (colour)" or other kanji which are pronounced the same way.
Orens m French, Gascon
French form of Orientius via its variant form Orentius.
Orenthal m African American (Rare)
This given name is best known for being the first name of the retired American football player and actor O. J. Simpson, who was born in 1947 as Orenthal James Simpson. According to a 1968 interview with LIFE magazine, Simpson himself does not know the meaning and origin of his first name, telling the reporter that his aunt was the one who had named him and that she would only ever tell him that she had named him after a French or Italian actor.... [more]
Orentius m Late Roman
Variant form of Orientius.
Orenzia f Italian
Feminine form of Orenzio.
Orenzio m Italian
Italian form of Orentius.
Oreoluwa m & f Yoruba
Means "gift from God" in Yoruba.
Orera f English (Modern, Rare), Spanish, Southern African, Eastern African
Possibly from Spanish or Italian orera meaning, "aurora." See also Aurora.
Oresanwo m African
The name is bear by the ijebu speaking people of western nigeria. ... [more]
Oresfey m Russian (Rare)
Russian form of Orestheus.
Oreshnik m Russian
Means "hazelnut" in Russian.
Orest m Croatian, Russian, Ukrainian
Croatian, Russian and Ukrainian form of Orestes.
Oresteo m Italian, Spanish
Italian and Spanish form of Orestheus.
Orestheus m Greek Mythology
Probably a more elaborate form of Orestes, which is ultimately derived from Greek όρος (oros) meaning "mountain, hill". It is at least quite unlikely that this is a compound name where the second element is derived from Greek θεος (theos) meaning "god", because then the name would have been spelled as Ὀρεσθεος (Orestheos) in Greek... [more]
Oresti m Sicilian
Sicilian form of Orestes.
Orestiada f Greek (Rare)
Feminine form of Orestis.
Orestilla f Ancient Roman
Feminine form of the Roman cognomen Orestillus, which was a diminutive of Orestes. It was borne by Livia Orestilla, the second wife of Emperor Caligula.
Orestina f Italian (Rare), Ancient Roman
Italian feminine diminutive of Oreste. It also coincides with the feminine form of Orestinus, a Roman cognomen of the same origin.
Orestinus m Ancient Roman
Roman cognomen that was a derivative of the Greek name Orestes. It essentially means "of Orestes" in Latin, as it contains the Latin masculine adjectival suffix -inus; this suffix later developed into a diminutive suffix, so Orestinus could also be considered a Latin diminutive of Orestes... [more]
Orestis m Greek
Modern Greek spelling of Orestes. A known bearer of this name is the Greek professional soccer player Orestis Karnezis (b. 1985).
Oreta f American (South, Rare)
Presumably a variant of Oretta or, less likely, of Orieta.
Orethy f English (Rare, Archaic)
Possibly an old corruption of Dorothy.
Orette f English
A variant of Aretha.
Oreum m & f Korean (Modern)
From the verbal noun of verb 오르다 (oreuda) meaning "to go up" (compare Oreun).
Oreun m & f Korean (Modern, Rare)
From the present determiner form of verb 오르다 (oreuda) meaning "to go up," coinciding with the dated term for the right(-hand) or right side (compare Oreum).
Oreyo m Asturian
Asturian form of Aurelio.
Orfa f Spanish (Latin American)
Likely a Spanish form of Orpha.
Orfe m Turkish
Turkish form of Orpheus.
Orfea f Italian (Archaic)
Feminine form of Orfeo.
Orfej m Bosnian, Croatian, Serbian
Bosnian, Croatian and Serbian form of Orpheus.
Orfėjas m Lithuanian
Lithuanian form of Orpheus.
Orfejs m Latvian (Rare)
Latvian form of Orpheus.
Orferus m Romani
Romani form of Orpheus.
Orfeu m Catalan, Corsican, Portuguese, Romanian
Catalan, Corsican, Portuguese and Romanian form of Orpheus.
Orfeüs m Breton
Breton form of Orpheus. This name is not generally used as a given name.
Orfeusz m Polish
Polish form of Orpheus.
Orfey m Bulgarian, Russian, Ukrainian
Bulgarian, Russian and Ukrainian form of Orpheus.
Orgeluse f Arthurian Romance
A woman in Wolfram von Eschenbachs 'Parsifal'.... [more]
Orgent m German (Rare)
Of unknown origin and meaning.
Ørger m Norwegian
Variant of Ørjer.
Orgetorix m Ancient Celtic, History
Derived from Celtic orgeto "killer" (which comes from orge "to kill") combined with Celtic rix "king." This name was borne by a leader of the Helvetii (a Celtic tribe), who lived in the 1st century BC.
Orghana f Mongolian
A famous bearer of this name is Orghana who was an Oirat princess of the Mongol Empire and Empress.
Orgona f Hungarian (Modern)
Derived from Hungarian orgona "lilac (shrub or flower)".
Orguelleus m Arthurian Romance
Means “orgulous, proud” from Anglo-French orguillus, from orguil "pride." This was the name of several characters from Arthurian legends, including Orguelleus of the Heath (a.k.a. Orilus of Lalander), Orguelleus of the Narrow Passage (lover of Orguelleuse who was defeated by Sir Gawain), and Orguelleus the Fairy (enemy of Gawain, a knight who possessed magical powers).
Orguelleuse f Arthurian Romance
Based on the French word orgueilleuse "haughty". Used by Wolfram von Eschenbach (c.1170–c.1220) for the Haughty Maiden of Logres, a hitherto nameless character from Arthurian legend who appears in Chrétien de Troyes' unfinished romance Perceval, the Story of the Grail... [more]
Orgunn f Norwegian
Variant of Årgunn.
Orgyen m & f Tibetan (Rare), Bhutanese (Rare)
Variant transcription of Ugyen.
Ori f Spanish
Diminutive of Oriana.
Ori m & f Japanese
From Japanese オリ (Ori), meaning "to fold", "to crease"
Oria f & m Hebrew
Variant transcription of Oriya.
Oriah f English
Variant of Oria.
Orian f & m Hebrew (Rare)
Variant of Oryan.
Oriána f Hungarian
Hungarian form of Oriana.
Oriang f Filipino, Tagalog
Diminutive of Gregoria.
Orianna f Various
Variant of Oriana.
Orianthi f Greek (Rare)
Probably derived from the Greek noun ὄρος (oros) meaning "mountain, hill" (compare Orestes) combined with the Greek noun ἄνθος (anthos) meaning "flower"... [more]
Oriata f & m Tahitian
Meaning, "cloud dance."
Oribe m Japanese (Rare)
This name is used as 織部 with 織 (shoku, shiki, o.ru, (-)o(.)ri) meaning "weave" and 部 (bu, -be) meaning "section, department, class."... [more]
Oribia f Japanese
From Japanese 織 (ori) meaning "to weave, to knit", 実 (bi) meaning "reality, truth" combined with 亜 (a) meaning "second, Asia". ... [more]
Oric m Medieval Dutch
Medieval Dutch form of Odrich.
Orie f Japanese
From Japanese 桜 (o) meaning "cherry blossom", 莉 (ri) meaning "white jasmine" combined with 絵 (e) meaning "picture, painting, drawing, sketch". Other kanji combinations are possible.
Orie m American (Rare, Archaic)
Short form of names beginning with Or- such as Ora or Orville or used as an independent name.
Orieji f Igbo
Old school Igbo name
Oriel f & m English, French
Probably a form of Auriel or Oriole, the spelling influenced in Britain, perhaps, by Oriel College, Oxford... [more]
Oriel m & f Hebrew
Combination of the names Ori and El means "My light is God", making it relative to Uriel.
Orielle f Hebrew
"My light is God."
Oriencio m Spanish
Spanish form of Orientius.
Orienta f Medieval French
Derived from Latin oriens "rising, east; daybreak, dawn, sunrise".
Orientius m Late Roman
Derived from the Latin noun oriens, which can mean "east" as well as "daybreak, dawn, sunrise." The word is ultimately derived from the Latin verb orior meaning "to (a)rise, to get up"... [more]
Orienzio m Italian
Italian form of Orientius.
Orif m Tajik, Uzbek
Tajik and Uzbek form of Arif.
Orifa f Uzbek
Means "learned, knowing" in Uzbek.
Original m Medieval English
Variant of Origenes used in the 17th century.
Orihah m Mormon
First Jaredite king.
Orihime f Japanese
Means "weaving princess". According to Shinto beliefs, there was a woman named Orihime who had a lover. But her lover became too distracting for her to continue her weaving, her father separated them, only allowing them to see each other once a year... [more]
Orijana f Croatian, Serbian, Slovene (Rare)
Croatian and Serbian form of Oriana and Slovene variant of Orjana.
Orikkia m Old Swedish
Old Swedish form of Úrœkja.
Orilla f American
A variant of Amaryllis or Aurelia.
Orin m Literature, English (Rare)
Used by Eugene O'Neill in Mourning Becomes Electra as a deliberate link, it has been suggested, with Greek Orestes. ... [more]
Orin f & m Japanese (Rare)
From Rin combined with an o kanji, e.g. 緒 meaning "cord, strap," also used as an honorific version of that name, prefixed with 御/お- (o), used with regards to female names from around the Kamakura and Muromachi periods to around the 20th century.... [more]
Orin f & m Hebrew
Means "lights", from Aramaic origin.
Orin m Jewish
Form of Oren.
Orina f English (Rare)
Feminine form of Orin.
Orina f Mari
Mari variant of Irina.
Orine f Khakas
Khakas form of Irina.
Orino f Japanese
"Workman's meadow"
Orinoco m & f English, Spanish (Latin American), American (Hispanic), English (Modern)
The name of one of the longest rivers in South America. Irish musician Enya used the name of the river in her song 1988 song "Orinoco Flow," which many people know as "Sail Away." A famous bearer is male swimmer from New Zealand Orinoco Faamausili-Banse-Prince.
Orinta f Lithuanian (Modern)
Allegedly derived from ori "prideful; proud" and rami "calm".
Oriolda f Medieval English
Allegedly a Latinized variant of Oriel via the variant Oriold.
Oriole m & f English
From the English word "oriole" referring to "any of various colorful passerine birds, the New World orioles from the family Icteridae and the Old World orioles from the family Oriolidae (typically yellow in color)"... [more]
Orione m Italian, Brazilian
Italian form of Orion.
Orisabunmi f Yoruba
Means "the gods have provided for me" in Yoruba.
Orison m English (Rare, Archaic)
Directly taken from the archaic word meaning "prayer", which is derived from Anglo-Norman oreison and ultimately from Latin oro (via Latin oratio) "to beg; to beseech".... [more]
Orissa f Indian
An Indian place name; the former name of the state of Odisha.
Orita f English (American)
Perhaps an elaboration of Rita and a diminutive of Margaret.
Orithye f French (Rare)
French form of Orithyia.
Orithyia f Greek Mythology (Latinized)
Latinized form of the Greek Ορειθυια (Oreithyia) which possibly meant "woman raging in the mountains" from Greek ορειος (oreios) "of the mountains" (from oros "mountain"; cf... [more]
Oritía f Spanish
Spanish form of Orithyia.
Orival m Portuguese (Brazilian)
There are several possibilities for the meaning and origin of this name. One is that it is derived from Ariovaldo via its variant form Orivaldo... [more]