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Oaklee From the Oak Tree Meadow
Oakley Origin: Old English From the Oak Tree Meadow From the Oak Tree Field Oak Field
Oather From the Northern Town
Obadiah Origin: Biblical Servant Of YAHWEH Newcomer
Obed Origin: Biblical, Biblical Latin, Biblical Greek Servant Worshipper Shining Light Eleanor Most Beautiful Woman Derived from the Greek Helen The Bright One Horn Coloured Yellow Form of Cornelius Horn Sun Ray Torch Moon Moon Elope Diminutive of Eleanor Diminutive of
Obert From the Northern Town
Obie God is My Oath My God is Bountiful God of Plenty
Obinna From the Northern Town
Obrian From the Wealthy Man's Mountain From the Mount of the Rich Man Mountain Belonging to the Ruler Of the Mountain From Montgomery
Ocean Origin: English (Rare) Champion Blue Lord Shiva (Blue Throat) Engineer to the Gods with Twin Nal Helped Rama Build the Bridge to Lanka Butter
Ocie Work Strength Of a Thousand Saints English Cognate of Melisande Highborn Power Strong Work Industrious Brave Strong Worker Eyes
Ociel From the Northern Town
Octave Origin: Latin God is My Oath My God is Bountiful God of Plenty The Eighth
Octavian Origin: History, Romanian Born 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.
Octaviano Newcomer
Octavio Origin: Spanish Eighth 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.
Octavious God is My Oath My God is Bountiful God of Plenty
Octavius Origin: Ancient Roman Eighth Eighth Born Traditionally this Name was Given to the Eighth Child in a Large Family Latin origin, meaning: the Eighth, modeled on a Roman family.
Odalis Origin: Old High German Dark Cloud Champion Dark Night Black Wealth
Oddie From the Oak Tree Meadow From the Oak Tree Field
Odean From the Oak Tree Meadow From the Oak Tree Field
Odell Origin: English Woad Hill Place Name Rich Song
Oden Origin: Norse Mythology From the Wealthy Man's Mountain From the Mount of the Rich Man Mountain Belonging to the Ruler Of the Mountain From Montgomery
Odie Otter Song Rich
Odin Origin: Old Norse Inspiration Wealthy Defender Head God in Norse Mythology The Inspired
Odis Inspiration Wealthy Defender Head God in Norse Mythology
Odus From the Northern Town
Ogden Origin: English Oak Valley From the Oak Tree Valley
Okey From the Wealthy Man's Mountain From the Mount of the Rich Man Mountain Belonging to the Ruler Of the Mountain From Montgomery
Olaf Origin: Old Norse From the Island of Linden Trees Linden Tree Near the Water Pool on an Island Ancestor's Descendant
Olajuwon From the Northern Town
Olamide Origin: Western African, Yoruba My Wealth Has Arrived Dark Cloud Champion Dark Night Black
Olan Sea of Bitterness Form of Mary Wished-for Child Rebellion Star of the Sea Bitter Beloved
Olando Shining Light Eleanor Most Beautiful Woman Derived from the Greek Helen The Bright One Horn Coloured Yellow Form of Cornelius Horn Sun Ray Torch Moon Moon Elope Diminutive of Eleanor Diminutive of
Olden Work Strength Of a Thousand Saints English Cognate of Melisande Highborn Power Strong Work Industrious Brave Strong Worker Eyes
Ole Origin: Danish, Norwegian Dark 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.
Olen Holy Ancestor Relic
Olie Woman from Magdala Tower Women of Magdala From the High Tower
Olin Holly Ancestor
Oliver Origin: English, German, Swedish, Norwegian, Danish, Finn Olive 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.
Olivia Origin: Latin Olive Tree Elf Army The Olive Tree
Olivier Origin: French, Dutch From the Olive Tree French form of Oliver (meaning: oil tree). Namesakes: Olivier Messiaen, a French composer.
Ollie Origin: Old High German Olive Tree Form of Oliver An Olive Elf
Ollis Woman from Magdala Tower Women of Magdala From the High Tower
Oluwatobi Son in Law
Om Origin: Indian Adviser Solitary Alone Unique A Wise Counsellor Saint Nun Timekeeper Noble Aristocratic Light The Sacred The Sacred Syllable The Sound of Universe Creation
Omar Origin: Arabic, Biblic Renowned 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
Omari Origin: Arabic Shining Light Eleanor Most Beautiful Woman Derived from the Greek Helen The Bright One Horn Coloured Yellow Form of Cornelius Horn Sun Ray Torch Moon Moon Elope Diminutive of Eleanor Diminutive of Giver of Life The Highest of Muhammads FollowersFlourishing
Omarion Dark Stream Dark River Dweller by the Dark Stream Black Water Black Green Blue
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