What does Ottilia mean?
Ottilia /ot-til-ia/ as a name for girls. Ottilia's roots are Old German and French, and the name Ottilia means "prosperity in battle". Ottilia is a variant form, with the suffix -a, of Otthild (Old German): from "od hild". Ottilia is also a variation of Ottilie (French).
(female) Octilia, Ottilvia, ..
(male) Ottilias, Ottilley, ..
How popular is Ottilia?
Ottilia is an uncommon first name for females. Ottilia is also a rare last name for both adults and children. (2000 U.S. Demographics)
Shown below is the baby name history of Ottilia for girls. Ottilia reached its top rank of #792 in the U.S. in the 1880s, but is not listed at the moment. (Top 2000 Names, 2014)
Ottilie is the only other popular alternative form of Ottilia. Other variants, like Ottalia, are seldom used. These relations of Ottilia were at the apex of their popularity during the years 1880-1889 (average #684).
Ottilia is alike in pronunciation to Atalia, Attalie and Attilia. Other recommended names are Aemilia, Amilia, Athalia, Availia, Basilia, Cecilia▲, Ceilia, Cicilia, Cilia, Emilia▲, Ercilia, Ersilia, Erzilia, Filia, Galilia, Gelilia, Gilia, Jamilia, Kamilia, Kekilia, Laticia, Latitia, Leticia▼, Letitia▼, Letizia, Letticia, Lettitia (see Letitia), Lilia▲, Lucilia, Natalia▲, Octavia▼, Octiana (see Octavia), Odeelia (see Odelia), Odelia, Odellia, Odila, Odilia, Odolia, Ofelia, Ofilia, Olia, Olinia, Olivia▲, Ophelia▼, Ophilia, Oralia, Orelia, Orilla, Orthia, Ostia, Otamisia, Ottamisia (see Otamisia), Ottavia, Ovalia, Ovelia, Philia, Sacilia, Sarilia, Sasilia, Sesilia, Sheilia, Sicilia, Silia, Udilia, Vasilia and Vigilia. These names tend to be more frequently used than Ottilia.