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Name Meaning Origin Popularity Other Gender
Owen

Noble born

Welsh

Oscar

Friend of deer

Gaelic

Oliver

Olive tree

English

Omar

Flourishing life

Arabic

Otis

Wealth; son of Otto

German

Orlando

“The fame of the land,” an Italian variant of Roland, which see.

Spanish

Orville

Gold town

French

Otto

Wealth

German

Orion

Boundary

Greek

Osvaldo

God's power

German

Odell

Woad hill

English

Ollie

Olive tree

Latin

Octavio

Eighth

Latin

Omari

God the highest

African

Odin

Frenzy

Scandinavian

Odis

Wealth

German

Orval

Spear strength

English

Olin

English

Oakley

Meadow of oak trees

English

Oswaldo

God's power

German

Omer

Speaker; flourishing, long-lived; prospering, thriving

Hebrew

Otha

Wealth

German

Olen

“The scented one,” from the Latin olere, to smell.

English

Oren

Pine tree; fair, pale

Irish

Omarion

Combination of Omar and -ion

American

Ottis

Wealth; son of Otto

German

Ora

“The golden one,” from the French or, gold.

French

Obed

Servant of God; worshipper, follower

Hebrew

Obie

Servant of God

Hebrew

Octavius

Eighth

Latin

Oskar

Spear of the gods

English

Osman

God's protection

Scandinavian

Oran

Light; pale

Irish

Oneal

Champion

Irish

Orrin

English

Osmar

Wonderful god

English

Otho

Wealth

German

Osiris
Orin

Light; pale; pine tree; fair, pale

Irish

Oswald

God's power

German

Ocean

Sea

Greek

Olivier

Olive tree

Latin

Odie

Woad hill

English

Oral

Golden

Latin

Ozzy

Spear of the gods; God's power

German

Octavious

Eighth

Latin

Orvil

Gold town

French

Ori

My light

Hebrew

Ozzie

Bear god; God's power

English

Olaf

Ancestor's relic

Scandinavian