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Girl Names Starting with Ol-
Ol- baby names and what they mean, with 17 results. Ol- names are used more often as feminine names. Usage of these girl names was at its apex in 2004 (usage of 1.16%) and is almost as conventional today (usage 1.03%, ▼10.7%), but with names such as Ollie falling out of fashion. Olivia (#2) is the most contemporarily stylish birth name here, while Olmo (top 11%) and Olmedo (5%) are conventional Ol- last names.
Ola - OlympiaOla1▼, var. Olla
Based on Old Norse. "Ancestor's relic." Ola (top 32%) and Olla (56%) exist commonly as last names.Olalla
Form of Eulalia. Derivative of Greek element. "Good speaking." Unconventional, but Olalla is comparable to popular last names Opella (upper 99%), Olivella (84%), which also end with -lla.Olathe
Based on Native American Indian. "Lovely." Olathe is not in the Top 2000. See also Olette.Oleda, Oleta1▼, Oletta, Olette
Forms of Alida. Source fr. Latin. "Small winged one." Oleda, Oletta and Olette are more rare as girls' names among the forms of Alida.Oleisa, var. Oleesa, Olisa
Derived fr. French language. Variant of Elizabeth (Hebrew) God is .. Not Top 2000 names.Olena, var. Olenya, Olina1, Olinia, Olinija
Root fr. Russian, Greek languages. "Sun ray." Olena is commonplace as a baby name among these variations.Olesia, var. Ola2▼
Based on Greek. "Man's defender." Ola occurs frequently (upper 32%) as a last name.Olethea, var. Oleta2▼, Oletha
From Greek word. "Verity, truth." Olethea is unconventional as a children's name.Olexa
Root fr. Czechoslovakian, Greek languages. "Man's defender." Olexa is seldom adopted as a girls' name. See also Olisa.Olga▼, var. Ola3▼, Olenka, Olia1
Source fr. Old Norse, Scandinavian elements. "Blessed, holy; successful." Ola (top 32%) and Olga (79%) occur commonly as last names.
Derived fr. Polynesian word. "Oleander." Olana is a moderately common birth name.Olida, var. Oleta3▼
Source fr. Latin word. "Olive tree." Adoption of Oleta and forms was common among parents during 1910-1919, but now, Oleta has become somewhat dated. Olina2, var. Oleen, Oline
Derived fr. Hawaiian language. "Joyous." Less used today. Oline was the variant last listed (the 1890s) in the Top 2000.Olinda, var. Olynda
Origin fr. Greek element. "Wild fig." Olynda is novel as a baby name among the variations of Olinda.Olivia▲, var. Olevia, Olia2, Oliff, Oliffe, Olive, Oliva, Olivea, Oliveea, Oliveria, Olivetta, Olivet, Olivette, Olivija, Olivine, Ollie▼, Olivya, Olva
Source fr. Latin. "Olive tree." Adoption of Olivia, Oliveea, etc. as birth names in 2015 was up 0.3% compared to a year ago.Olwen, var. Olwenn, Olwin, Olwyn, Olwynne
Stems fr. Welsh word. "White footprint." Olsen (upper 1%), Olien (66%) are popular surnames.Olympia, var. Olimpe, Olimpia, Olimpiada, Olimpiana, Olympie, Olypme
Derivative of Greek. "From Mount Olympus." Less common today. Olympia was the form last listed (the 1930s) in the Top 2000.
Summary Index of names [and variants] for Ol- names for girls.1. Ola - Olympia
Ola▼ [Olla], Eulalia [Olalla], Olathe, Alida [Oleda, Oleta▼, Oletta, Olette], Oleisa [Olisa, Oleesa], Olena [Olina, Olenya, Olinia, Olinija], Olesia [Ola▼], Olethea [Oleta▼, Oletha], Olexa, Olga▼ [Ola▼, Olia, Olenka], Oliana [Oleana, Olianna], Olida [Oleta▼], Olina [Oleen, Oline], Olinda [Olynda], Olivia▲ [Olva, Ollie▼, Olivet, Olivya, Olivine, Olivija, Olivetta, Olivette, ..], Olwen [Olwin, Olwyn, Olwenn, Olwynne], Olympia [Olimpe, Olypme, Olimpia, Olympie, Olimpiana, Olimpiada]