Baby Names Beginning with O for Boys
Boy Names | Girl NamesO- - Oisin | Olaf - Orestes | Orford - Osei | Osgood - Oz
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Common two-syllable O- boy names: Oakley▲, Obie▼, Octave, Odell▼, Odie▼, Odin▲, Oran▼.
Common four-syllable O- boy names: Octavio▼, Octavius.
All Names from O- - Oisin
O-, Odell▼, O'Shay, O'Shea, O'Keefe. "Descendant of." Outside Top 1000.
Oakes, Oak, Ochs, Oaks. "Near the oak trees." Oakes (cf. Jakes) is a popular -kes suffix surname.
Oakley▲, Oak, Oakes, Oakly, Oaklee, Oakleigh. "Meadow of oak trees." Oakley has surged in popularity as a children's name since 1880-1889.
Obadiah, Obie▼, Oved, Obed, Obadya, Ovadiah, Obediah, Obadias, Ovadiach. "Servant of God." Obadiah, Obadias, Obadya, Obed and Obediah are more unconventional as versions.
Obama. "Crooked, somewhat bent." Not in popularity charts.
Oberon, Oberron. "Royal bear." Obeon, Obeoran and Oberin are kreatif forms.
Obert. "Wealthy and bright." Obert, like the similar Abert, occurs more often as a surname.
Obi. "Heart." Outside Top 1000.
Octavio▼, Octavo, Octave, Ottavio, Octavus, Octovien, Octavius, Octavian, Octavious. "Eighth." Octavio is conventional (top 64%) as a masculine name.
Odell▼, Odie▼, Odall. "Woad hill." Adoption of Odie and form was more pronounced during 1900-1909 and has become less, with Odie becoming less fashionable.
Odilo, Odile, Ottild, Otildo, Odilon, Odilio, Ottildo. "Fortunate or prosperous in battle." Unusual. Odilo, like Onjello, has the androgynous -lo ending.
Odin▲. A very familiar children's name (#476 in 2014), Odin is also found often as a surname. See also Owin.
Odo. Not Top 1000 name. See also Odon.
Odolf, Odulf, Odolff. "Prosperous wolf." Not widespread. Odolf, Odolff and Odulf are not found in the US Demographics.
Odhran, Oran▼, Odran. "Pale." Oran is common as a variation of Odhran.
Odysseus, Odysse. "Angry man." Not Top 1000 names.
Ofir, Ophir, Ofeer. "Gold." Ofir, Ofeer and Ophir were not Top birth names in 2014.
Ogden, Ogdon, Ogdan. "Oak valley." Ogden, Ogdan and Ogdon are not often used as children's names.
Ohad, Ohed. "Loved one." Unusual as boys' names, but Ohad and Ohed are comparable to the more common Otha.
Oisin, Ossin, Ossian. Not in Top 1000.