What does Oni mean?
(female) Olai, Orni, ..
(male) Onios, Oon, ..
How popular is Oni?
Oni is an unusual given name for women but a very prominent surname for all people (#68973 out of 150436, Top 46%). (2000 U.S. Demographics)
Anna (#34 via latest list), Ana (#222), Nina (#295), Annie (#311), Anya (#472), Anika (#519), Anne (#553), Hana (#841), Ann (#945), Anita (#1390), Onie, Nona, Nonie, Nanci, Annis, Ania, Aine, Nan and Nana are the prominent variation forms of Oni (unlisted) appearing in the Top 2000. These relations of Oni reached the height of their popularity in the 1880s (usage of 10.27%) and have become significantly less popular since (usage 0.81%, down 92%), with versions like Nona going out of style. Anna has been the overall favorite, though Anya has gained in usage. Below is a graphed analysis of the popularity of the girl name Oni and affiliated names. (2014 U.S. SSA Records)
Oni is alike in pronunciation to Agna, Aina, Anais, Aniya, Eena, Ena, Enya, Euna, Iana, Ina▼, Inah, Inya, Iona▼, Ionia, Ionie, Oona, Oonah, Una▼, Unah, Unna, Wina, Yana, Yna and Yona. Other recommended names are Abi, Adi, Agi, Aki, Ali, Ami▼, Andi▲, Ang, Anis, Ari, Bri, Cai, Dai, Dani▲, Deni, Di, Edi, Eli, Enid▼, Fei, Gai, Ili, Jeni, Joi, Joni▼, Kai▲, Kani, Keni, Lani, Leni, Loni, Mai, Mei, Nani, Noni, Oba, Ola▼, Olia, Oma▼, Onida, Onita, Ora▼, Oria, Orit, Orli, Rani, Rei, Roni, Tani, Toni▼ and Zuni. These names tend to be more frequently used than Oni.