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O- Names for Girls

O baby names and what they mean, with 101 results. Olivia (#2) is the most fashionable name for newborns in this list, while Oh (top 2%) and Ober (6%) are conventional O- last names. Here is the list of O- names for boys.

Top 2000 baby names ranking of O- names: Octavia, Octavie, Oda, Odelia, Odell

Root fr. Nigerian element. Name of a goddess of rivers. Oba was not a Top birth name in 2015.

A small simple wind instrument. Unusual, but Ocarina is comparable to common -ina last names Ospina (upper 7%), Osina (99%).

Oceana, var. Oceania
Derivative of Greek. "Ocean." Oceana and Oceania are not frequently used as girls' names.

Octavia and variantsOctavia, var. Octaviana, Octavianne, Octavie, Octoviana, Octiana, Ottavia
Origin fr. Latin. "Eighth." Octavia and variants became more popular in 2015, rising on average +91 rankings as children's names with Octavia rising the most.

Odele and variantsOdele1, var. Odela, Odelet, Odelette, Odeline, Odelina, Odell, Odella1, Odelle
From Greek. "Song." Odell, Odella and Odelle are more commonly used as birth names among the variations of Odele.

Odelia and variantsOdelia, var. Oda, Odeelia, Odele2, Odella2, Odelinda, Odellia, Odette1, Ottilie, Odilia1
Derivative of Hebrew element. "Praise God." Used somewhat widely as baby names, Odella, Odelia, etc. are comparable to the popular Adella.

Odessa and variantsOdessa, var. Odissa, Odyssa, Odyssia
Source fr. Greek element. "Angry man." Odessa is common as a birth name among these variant forms.

Odette and variantsOdette2, var. Odetta
Derived fr. French, Old German words. "Wealth." Odetta is exclusive as a children's name among the versions of Odette.

Odila and variantsOdila, var. Odile, Odilia2, Odolia
Derived fr. Old German word. "Fortunate or prosperous in battle." Less common today. Odilia was the variation last appearing (1940-1949) in the Top 2000.

Ofra, var. Ofrat, Ofrit, Ophra
Derived fr. Hebrew element. "Fawn." Not in Top 2000.

Top 2000 baby names ranking of O- names: Odella, Odelle, Odessa, Odette, Odile

Top 2000 baby names ranking of O- names: Odilia, Oksana, Ola, Oleta, Olla, Ottilie

Derivative of Hebrew. "God is my help." Ogenya is not in the Top 2000. See also Olenya.

Ohndrea, Ohndreea, Ohndria, Ondreea, Ondrea, Ondria, Onndrea, Onndria, Onndreea
Var. of Andrea. Root fr. Greek element. "Manly, virile." Not in Top 2000.

Form of Ailbhe. From Irish, Gaelic language. "White." Outside Top 2000.

Oksana and variantsOksana1, var. Oksanna1
Based on Russian, Hebrew languages. "Praise God." Less widespread today. Oksana was the variation last recorded (1995) in the Top 2000.

Oksana2, Oksanna2
Var. of Roxanne. Source fr. Persian. "Dawn." Unique. Oksana and Oksanna are not listed in the US Census.

Ola and variantsOla, var. Olla
Stems fr. Old Norse word. "Ancestor's relic." Ola (upper 32%) and Olla (56%) occur commonly as last names.

Var. of Eulalia. Based on Greek. "Good speaking." Olalla is scantly used as a given name.

Stems fr. Native American Indian. "Lovely." Olathea and Olathia are creative variations. See also Olette.

Alida and variantsOleda, Oleta, Oletta, Olette
Var. of Alida. From Latin language. "Small winged one." Used somewhat widely as baby names, Olette, Oleda, etc. are similar to the conventional Odette.

Oleisa, var. Oleesa, Olisa
Source fr. French word. Variant of Elizabeth (Hebrew) God is .. Not in popularity charts.

Quick Reference

Summary Index of names [and variants] for O- names for girls.

1. Oba - Oleisa
Oba, Ocarina, Oceana [Oceania], Octavia [Ottavia, ..], Odele [Odelle, ..], Odelia [Ottilie, ..], Odessa [Odyssia, ..], Odette [Odetta], Odila [Odolia, ..], Ofra [Ophra, ..], Ogenya, Andrea [Onndria, ..], Ailbhe [Oilbhe], Oksana [Oksanna], Roxanne [Oksanna, ..], Ola [Olla], Eulalia [Olalla], Olathe, Alida [Olette, ..], Oleisa [Olisa, ..]

Olena [Olinija, ..], Olesia [Ola], Olethea [Oletha, ..], Olexa, Olga [Olia, ..], Oliana [Olianna, ..], Olida [Oleta], Olina [Oline, ..], Olinda [Olynda], Olivia [Olva, ..], Olwen [Olwynne, ..], Olympia [Olympie, ..], Oma, Omega, Omyra [Omeira], Undine [Ondine, ..], Ondine [Ondyne, ..], Ondrea [Ondra], Oneida [Onyda, ..], Onella

Oneonta, Anne [Onie, ..], Antonia [Onita], Onnjel [Onjella], Onora [Ornora, ..], Annora [Onora], Honor [Onora], Uma [Ooma], Oona [Oonagh], Una [Oonagh, ..], Agnes [Oonah, ..], Opal [Opall, ..], Ophelia [Ovelia, ..], Ophira [Ofira, ..], Ophrah [Orpah, ..], Ora [Orra, ..], Aurora [Ora], Aura [Oria, ..], Leonora [Ora], Aurelia [Orelia, ..]

Arabella [Orbelle, ..], Oracia [Orazia, ..], Oralee [Orli, ..], Oralia [Orlene, ..], Orane [Oriane, ..], Orange [Orangina, ..], Orela [Orilla, ..], Aretha [Orette, ..], Orfea [Orphia, ..], Oriana [Orianna, ..], Oriel [Orielle, ..], Auriel [Oriole, ..], Irene [Oryna, ..], Orinda, Orinthia [Orrinthia, ..], Oriole [Oriolle, ..], Orit [Orya, ..], Orla [Orrla, ..], Orlanda, Armande [Ormonde]

Arnette [Orrnett, ..], Orpah [Orphie, ..], Orquidea, Ursula [Orsolla, ..], Orsa [Orssa, ..], Orszebet, Ortensia [Ortensya, ..], Hortense [Ortensia], Orthia, Osaka, Hosanna [Ozanne, ..], Osanna, Osma [Ozma], Ostia, Otamisia [Ottamisia, ..], Otthild [Otylia, ..], Ottilie [Ottolie, ..], Otzara [Ozara, ..], Ouida, Ulla [Oula]

Urania [Ouranie, ..]

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