Oba. Scarcely used as a birth name, Oba is used more often as a last name. See also Oma.
Ocarina. Unique as a given name for girls.
Oceana, var. Oceania, means "ocean". Oceana is an uncommon women's name. See also Oreana.
Octavia▼, var. Ottavia, Octiana, Octavie, Octaviana, Octoviana, Octavianne, means "eighth". Somewhat uncommon as a birth name nowadays, though Octavia is still found commonly as a first name among the female populace according to the US Census.
Odele, var. Odela, Odell▼, Odella, Odelle, Odelet, Odelina, Odeline, Odelette, means "song". Odele is a unique female name. The variation Odell is familiar as a variant form of Odele.
Odelia▼, var. Oda▼, Odele, Odette, Odilia, Odella, Odeelia, Odellia, Ottilie▼, Odelinda, means "praise God". A moderately uncommon baby name these days, but existing regularly as a first name among women in the community in the US Census. The variations Ottilie and Oda are commonly used as variant forms of Odelia.
Odessa▼, var. Odissa, Odyssa, Odyssia, means "angry man". Usage of Odessa as a girls' name has waned over the years since 1910.
Odette, var. Odetta, means "wealth". Odette is recognizable (Top 45%) as a given name, occurring regularly (Top 35%) as a surname in the US Census. See also Olette.
Odila, var. Odile, Odolia, Odilia, means "fortunate or prosperous in battle". A scarce birth name. The variation Odilia is commonly used as a variant form of Odila.
Ofra, var. Ophra, Ofrit, Ofrat, means "fawn". Unique as a baby name. See also Ora.
Ogenya, means "God is my help". A scarce name for babies. See also Olenya.
Oksana, var. Oksanna, means "praise God". A unique name for baby girls. See also Osana.
Ola▼, var. Olla, means "ancestor's relic". Ola has declined in favor as a name for girls over the years. Also used as a boys' name.
Olathe, means "lovely". Unique as a given name. See also Olethea.
Oleisa, var. Olisa, Oleesa. Seldom used as a birth name. See also Olesia.
Olena, var. Olina, Olenya, Olinia, Olinija, means "sun ray". The variant forms Lena, Elena and Alena have grown increasingly popular with parents. The form Lena is widely used as a version of Olena.
Olesia, var. Ola▼, means "man's defender". Unique as a name for kids. The variation Ola is popular as a form of this name.
Olethea, var. Oleta▼, Oletha. A seldom-used given name. The form Oleta is prevalent as a version of Olethea.
Olexa, means "man's defender". A seldom-used name for babies, Olexa is used more conventionally as a surname. See also Olga.
Olga▼, var. Ola▼, Olia, Olenka, means "blessed, holy; successful". Olga, Ola and Helga have decreased in favor as birth names over the years. The variation Ola is familiar as a variant form of Olga.
Oliana, var. Oleana, Olianna, means "oleander". Unique as a birth name. See also Olinia.
Olida, var. Oleta▼. Seldom used as a baby name. The form Oleta is commonly used as a variation of the name.
Olina, var. Oline, Oleen, means "joyous". Seldom used as a name for baby girls. See also Olwin.
Olinda, var. Olynda, means "wild fig". Olinda is a frequently occurring (Top 83%) female name. See also Olinia.
Olivia▲, var. Olva, Olia, Olive▲, Oliva, Ollie▼, Oliff, Olivet, Olevia, Olivea, Olivya, .. 7 more, means "olive tree". Very popular as a name for children (#2 in 2014), and also found somewhat regularly as a surname. The forms Ollie, Olevia and Alyvia are commonly used as versions of this name.
Olwen, var. Olwyn, Olwin, Olwenn, Olwynne, means "white footprint". Olwen is intermittently used as a women's name. See also Oleen.
Olympia, var. Olimpe, Olypme, Olympie, Olimpia, Olimpiada, Olimpiana, means "from Mount Olympus". A rare given name these days, but recorded commonly as a first name among females of all ages according to the US Census. The variation Olimpia is widely used as a variant form of this name.
Oma▼, means "leader". Oma has diminished in popularity as a baby name over time. See also Osma.
Omega, means "the end". Unique as a given name nowadays, though found frequently as a first name among the female populace in the US Census.
Omyra, var. Omeira. Unique as a name for kids. See also Amyra.