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ObaChampion Desire Island Cloud Passionate African name, meaning: King.
ObasiFriend from the North African name, meaning: the glory of God.
ObbaFrisian short form of names with "Od" (meaning: possession).
ObboFrisian short form of names with "Od" or "Ot" (meaning: possession) Variant of Otto (meaning: possession).
OberonSea of Bitterness Form of Mary Wished-for Child Rebellion Star of the Sea Bitter Beloved German form of the French name Auberon derived from Alberich (meaning composition of "natural spirit" and "ruler"). Known as Fairy King of Shakespeare's comedy "A Midsummer Night's Dream" (1600).

ObertoItalian form of Hubert (meaning composition of "spirit" and "shiny").
ObiomaAfrican name, meaning: good heart.
OctaveGod is My Oath My God is Bountiful God of Plenty French form of Octavius ​​(meaning: the Eighth, modeled on a Roman sex).
OctavianBorn Eighth Octavian was the Name Used Commonly for the Emperor Augustus Variant of Octavius ​​(meaning: the Eighth, modeled on a Roman sex). Known from the opera "Der Rosenkavalier" (1911) by Richard Strauss.
OktavianVariant of Octavius ​​(meaning: the Eighth, modeled on a Roman sex). Known from the opera "Der Rosenkavalier" (1911) by Richard Strauss.
OctavioEighth Child This Name was Given to the Eighth Child in a Large Family Italian, Spanish form of Octavius ​​(meaning: the Eighth, modeled on a Roman sex). Known for Octavio Piccolomini in Schiller's tragedy "Wallenstein" (1798). Namesakes: Octavio Paz, Mexican writer.
OctaviusEighth Born Traditionally this Name was Given to the Eighth Child in a Large Family Latin origin, meaning: the Eighth, modeled on a Roman family.
OdeFrom the Wealthy Man's Mountain From the Mount of the Rich Man Mountain Belonging to the Ruler Of the Mountain From Montgomery Friesian form of Otto (meaning: possession).
OdedaHebrew name, meaning: the Strong.
OdinInspiration Wealthy Defender Head God in Norse Mythology Nordic name, meaning: the madman. Known as the supreme god of the North Germanic mythology. In Germany rarely awarded.
OdinaIn addition to the form of Oda feminine form (meaning: the madman, inspired by the Germanic god).
OdineIn addition to the form of Oda feminine form (meaning: the madman, inspired by the Germanic god).
OdionTurkish name, meaning: Lord of fire.
OdoName of a Bishop Prosperous Wealth Short form of names with "Ot" (meaning: possession) Low German form of Otto (meaning: possession).
OdoardoItalian variant of Edoardo and Eduard (meaning: Guardian of property).
OdomarVariant of Otmar (meaning composition of "possession" and "famous").
ÖdönHungarian form of Edmund (meaning: Guardian of property). Namesakes: Odon von Horvath, Austrian writer.
ÖmerTurkish name, meaning: life.
ÖzlemTurkish name, meaning: desire a boy name.
OisinInspiration Wealthy Defender Head God in Norse Mythology Little Freckled Irish name meaning similar to the son of the warrior Fionn MacCool from the Gaelic mythology.
OjasInspiration Wealthy Defender Head God in Norse Mythology Shine Full of Light Body Strength Luster Brilliance Glow Energy Power Indian name, meaning: physical strength.
OkanFrom the Wealthy Man's Mountain From the Mount of the Rich Man Mountain Belonging to the Ruler Of the Mountain From Montgomery Turkish name, meaning: understanding.
OkeyoAfrican name, meaning: the at harvest babies.
OkkaFrisian pet form of names with "Ot" (meaning: possession) feminine form of Okko.
OkkoFrisian short form of names with "Ot" (meaning: possession). Particularly widespread in northern Germany.
OckoFrisian short form of names with "Ot" (meaning: possession). Particularly widespread in northern Germany.
OkkeFrisian short form of names with "Ot" (meaning: possession). Particularly widespread in northern Germany.
OktaviaVariant of Octavia (meaning: the Eighth, modeled on a Roman sex).
OladeleFrom the Wealthy Man's Mountain From the Mount of the Rich Man Mountain Belonging to the Ruler Of the Mountain From Montgomery African name, meaning: honor, riches in the house.
OlafFrom the Island of Linden Trees Linden Tree Near the Water Pool on an Island Norse origin, meaning: heritage of the ancestors. Known as the Norwegian royal name. Namesakes: St. Olaf, king and patron saint of Norway.. In Scandinavia timelessly popular name, also in Germany spread.
OlaniyiAfrican name, meaning: shine, wealth.
OlcayTurkish name, meaning: happiness a boy name.
OldrikLow German form of Ulrich (meaning composition of "home" and "ruler").
OldwigVariant of Adalwig (meaning composition of "noble" and "struggle").
OleDark Stream Dark River Dweller by the Dark Stream Black Water Black Green Blue Danish, Norwegian short form of Olaf (meaning: heritage of the ancestors) Short form of names with "Od", "Ol 'or' Ul '(meaning: home). Namesakes: Ole von Beust, German politician.
OleanderName inspired by the same shrub.
OlegNewcomer Russian Name Old Norse origin, Nebenform of Helge (meaning: the saint, also: the Intact). Namesakes: Oleg Popov, Russian clown.
OliverOlive Tree Elf Army The Biblical Olive Tree Symbolizes Fruitfulness and Beauty and Dignity Extending an Olive Branch Signifies an Offer of Peace Name of Tree which Gives Olive Oil Old French origin, meaning: oil tree formerly Nordic, Germanic origin. In the UK and Germany widespread. Known from Charles Dickens' novel "Oliver Twist" (1837/38). Namesakes: Oliver Stone, American film director.
OliviaOlive Tree Elf Army Latin origin, meaning: olive tree, olive. Particularly widespread in the English-speaking world. Namesake: Olivia Newton-John, American singer and actress.
OlivierFrom the Olive Tree French form of Oliver (meaning: oil tree). Namesakes: Olivier Messiaen, a French composer.

OlivieroItalian form of Oliver (meaning: oil tree).
OllyWoman from Magdala Tower Women of Magdala From the High Tower Pet form of names with "Ol 'as well (meaning: possession) a boy name.
OlofaSwedish name, feminine form of Olof or Olaf (meaning: heritage of the ancestors).
OlufaSwedish name, feminine form of Olof or Olaf (meaning: heritage of the ancestors).
OlrikLow German form of Ulrich (meaning composition of "home" and "ruler") and Adalrich (meaning composition of "noble" and "ruler").
OltmannFrisian name Old High German origin, meaning: good man.
OlubayoAfrican name, meaning: highest joy.
OlufemiVictory of the People Female Version of Nicholas People's Victory African name, meaning: God loves me.
OlusholaFrom the North Forest African name, meaning: the Superior.
OmarRenowned Warrior Form of Louis Famous in Battle Famous Warrior Renowned in Battle Feminine of Louis Light Fame and War Form of Nathan Given by God An Era The Highest The Highest of Muhammads Followers Long-lived Elevated Follower of the Prophet First Son Disciple Gifted Speaker Famous Expressive Life Long Living Flourishing Arabic name, meaning: the Flowering, Highest. In the Arab countries very popular.
OmmoFrisian short form of Otmar (meaning composition of "possession" and "famous").
OmkeFrisian short form of Otmar (meaning composition of "possession" and "famous").
OndrejVictory of the People Female Version of Nicholas People's Victory Czech form of Andreas (meaning: the Brave).
OnorioAdviser Solitary Alone Unique A Wise Counsellor Saint Nun Timekeeper Noble Aristocratic Lord Shiva God's Name Primal Being Italian form of Honorius (meaning: the honored).
OnurAdviser Solitary Alone Unique A Wise Counsellor Saint Nun Timekeeper Noble Aristocratic Leaf Turkish name, meaning: honor a girl's name.
OranLittle Pale Green One Green Pale One Pine Battle Rule Soldier Irish name meaning: the dark-haired Turkish name, meaning: money.
OraneFrench form of Orania (meaning: the Heavenly).
OraniaGreek origin, Nebenform (meaning: the Heavenly).
OrellOre Hill Both a Surname and a Place Name Swiss form of Aurel (meaning similar to an ancient Roman family, also: the gold made).
OrestWoman from Magdala Tower Women of Magdala From the High Tower Greek origin, meaning: highlanders. Known from Greek mythology, the son of Agamemnon and Clytemnestra. He avenges the death of his father and becomes a matricide.
OrhanHoly Ancestor Relic Eagle Turkish name, meaning: ruler. Namesakes: Orhan Pamuk, the Turkish writer and Nobel Prize winner.
OrielWoman from Magdala Tower Women of Magdala From the High Tower English form of Aurelia (meaning similar to an ancient Roman family, also: the gold made).
OrinFamous Warrior Diminutive of Lewis In Wales Renowned Warrior Like a Lion Resembling a Lion Irish name meaning: the dark-haired.
OriolCatalan name of Latin origin, derived from the family name or Aurelius Aurelius (meaning similar to an ancient Roman family, also: the gold made).
OrionSea of Bitterness Form of Mary Wished-for Child Rebellion Star of the Sea Bitter Beloved Son of Fire Light of Heaven Greek origin, meaning: son of the fire. Known from Greek mythology.
OrkideTurkish name, meaning: Orchid.
OrlandoFrom the Town Near the Moor Renowned in the Land From a Famous Land Italian, Spanish form of Roland (meaning composition of "fame" and "Country"). Known by Georg Friedrich Handel's opera "Orlando" (1733).
OrsonBear Like Ormond's Son Like a Bear English name of Latin origin, meaning: little bear, inspired by a family name. Namesakes: Orson Welles, American actor and film director.
OsbertDivinely Brilliant In addition to the form of Ansbert (meaning composition of "God" and "shiny").
OsbertaGermanic, Old High German origin, feminine form of Osbert (meaning composition of "God" and "shiny").
OsenJapanese name meaning: thousand.
OseyeAfrican name, meaning: the Happy.
OskarDivine Spear Gentle Friend Spear of the Gods Old High German, Celtic origin, Nebenform of Ansgar (meaning composition of "God" and "spear"). Known as the Swedish royal name, and by the figure of Oskar Matzerath in Günter Grass' novel "The Tin Drum" (1959). Namesakes: Oskar Kokoschka, Austrian painter.
OsmanServant of God Divine Protector God's Protection Divine Protection Arabic name, meaning: Trappe, footprint. In Arab countries very popular. Namesakes Osman I, founder of the Ottoman dynasty.
OsmarDivinely Glorious Divine and Wonderful Old High German origin, meaning composition of "God" and "famous".
OsmondDivine Protection God Protector French form of Osmund (meaning composition of "God" and "protection").
OsmundGodly Protection Divine Protector Old High German origin, meaning composition of "God" and "protection".
OsmundeGermanic, Old High German origin, feminine form of Osmund (meaning composition of "God" and "protection").
OssiPet form of names with "Os" (meaning: God) a boy name. Namesake: Ossi Reichert, German skier.
OssyDivine Spear God's Spear Diminutive of Oscar Pet form of names with "Os" (meaning: God) a boy name. Namesake: Ossi Reichert, German skier.
OssipRussian form of Josef (meaning: God would multiply). Namesakes: Osip Mandelstam, Russian poet.
OswaldDivinely Powerful Name of a King God of the Forest Power of God God's Power English, Low German form of Answald (meaning composition of "God" and "rule"). Scottish missionaries brought the name mainly to southern Germany. Namesakes: Oswald Spengler, German historical and cultural philosopher.
OswaltEnglish, Low German form of Answald (meaning composition of "God" and "rule"). Scottish missionaries brought the name mainly to southern Germany. Namesakes: Oswald Spengler, German historical and cultural philosopher.
OswaldaGermanic, Old High German origin, feminine form of Oswald (meaning composition of "God" and "rule").
OswinDivine Friend Friend of God God's Friend Old High German origin, meaning composition of "God" and "friend".

OswineName of a King Old High German origin, feminine form of Oswin (meaning composition of "God" and "friend").
OtisSon of Otto Wealthy English name, meaning: son of Ote. Namesakes: Otis Redding, American singer.
OtlindeOld High German origin, meaning composition of "possession" and "linden wood shield".
OtmarOld High German origin, meaning composition of "possession" and "famous". Distributed mainly in Southern Germany. Namesakes: St. Otmar of Sankt Gallen..
OthmarDivine Bear Soldier of God Old High German origin, meaning composition of "possession" and "famous". Distributed mainly in Southern Germany. Namesakes: St. Otmar of Sankt Gallen..
OtmundOld High German origin, meaning composition of "possession" and "protection" Old High German form of Edmund (meaning: Guardian of property).
OttGolden Village Spear Strength From the Town of Gold Short form of names with "Ott" (meaning: possession).
OttavioGolden Village Spear Strength From the Town of Gold Italian form of Octavius ​​(meaning: the Eighth, modeled on a Roman sex).
OtteSwedish form of Otto (meaning: possession) Short form of names with "Ott" (meaning: possession).
OttfriedVariant of Otfried (meaning composition of "possession" and "peace"). Namesakes: Ottfried Fischer, German actor and cabaret artist.
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