Oba. Not frequently used as a name for babies, Oba is found more commonly as a last name. See also Ora.
Ocarina. Only sporadically used as a given name for baby girls.
Oceana, var. Oceania, means "ocean". Oceana is rare as a women's name. See also Oksana.
Octavia▼, var. Ottavia, Octiana, Octavie, Octaviana, Octoviana, Octavianne, means "eighth". Usage of Octavia as a birth name has diminished over the years since 1880.
Odele, var. Odela, Odell, Odella, Odelle, Odelet, Odelina, Odeline, Odelette, means "song". Odele is rare as a female name. See also Odila.
Odelia▼, var. Oda, Odele, Odette, Odilia, Odella, Odeelia, Odellia, Ottilie, Odelinda, means "praise God". Odelia has waned in favor as a name for girls over time since 1880. The variation Odilia is commonly used as a form of this name.
Odessa▼, var. Odissa, Odyssa, Odyssia, means "angry man". Odessa is common (Top 18%) as a women's name.
Odette, var. Odetta, means "wealth". A girls' name which is not broadly used and is used more frequently as a surname. See also Orette.
Odila, var. Odile, Odolia, Odilia, means "fortunate or prosperous in battle". Odila is rare as a female name. The form Odile is popular as a version of Odila.
Ofra, var. Ophra, Ofrit, Ofrat, means "fawn". A girls' name which is not broadly used. See also Oprah.
Ogenya, means "God is my help". A baby name which is only intermittently used. See also Olenya.
Oksana, var. Oksanna, means "praise God". A girls' name which is not broadly used. See also Osana.
Ola▼, var. Olla, means "ancestor's relic". Unisex name. Ola is common (Top 14%) as a female name.
Olathe, means "lovely". A birth name for females which is not commonly used. See also Olette.
Oleisa, var. Olisa, Oleesa. A given name for baby girls which is only scarcely used. See also Olesia.
Olena, var. Olina, Olenya, Olinia, Olinija, means "sun ray". Only sporadically used as a given name. The variation Lena is common as a variant form of this name.
Olesia, var. Ola▼, means "man's defender". Olesia is scarce as a women's name. See also Oleisa.
Olethea, var. Oleta, Oletha. Olethea is scarce as a female name. See also Olathe.
Olexa, means "man's defender". Not frequently used as a name for girls, occurring more commonly as a last name. See also Oleta.
Olga▼, var. Ola▼, Olia, Olenka, means "blessed, holy; successful". Olga and Ola have waned in favor as girls' names over time since 1880. The variation Helga is commonly used as a form of this name.
Oliana, var. Oleana, Olianna, means "oleander". Oliana is scarce as a women's name. See also Eliana.
Olida, var. Oleta. Olida is scarce as a female name. See also Olia.
Olina, var. Oline, Oleen, means "joyous". Olina is scarce as a female name. See also Olena.
Olinda, var. Olynda, means "wild fig". A girls' name which is not broadly used now, but recorded often as a first name among females of all ages in the US Census. See also Olina.
Olivia▲, var. Olva, Olia, Olive, Oliva, Ollie, Oliff, Olivet, Olevia, Olivea, Olivya, .. 7 more, means "olive tree". Olivia is common (Top 8%) as a women's name, occurring regularly (Top 62%) as a surname in the US Census. The forms Oliva and Liv are prevalent as variations of Olivia.
Olwen, var. Olwyn, Olwin, Olwenn, Olwynne, means "white footprint". Only sporadically used as a given name. See also Olena.
Olympia, var. Olimpe, Olypme, Olympie, Olimpia, Olimpiada, Olimpiana, means "from Mount Olympus". Olympia is common (Top 54%) as a female name.
Oma▼, means "leader". Usage of Oma as a baby name has declined over the years since 1890. See also Ama.
Omega, means "the end". Not frequently used as a name for girls nowadays, though occurring commonly as a first name among the general female population according to the US Census.
Omyra, var. Omeira. Omyra is scarce as a female name. See also Onora.