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Name Meaning Origin Popularity Other Gender
Ottorina
Otylia

Prosperity in battle

German

Otzara

Wealth, treasure

Hebrew

Otzarah

Wealth, treasure

Hebrew

Ouida

“Definitely yes,” from the French oai and the Russian da, both meaning “yes.” A pseudonym coined by the French novelist Louisa de la Ramee, at the suggestion of a Russian friend.

German

Ouita
Oula

Will, determination

Scandinavian

Oumou
Ourania

Heavenly

Greek

Ouranie

Heavenly

Greek

Ouray

Arrow

Native American

Outacite

Man Killer

Native American

Ova

Egg

Latin

Oval
Ovalia

Help

Greek

Ove

Mythical daughter of Dearg

Celtic

Oveda
Ovelia

Help

Greek

Oveline
Ovell
Ovella
Overton

From the riverbank town

English

Oveta
Ovetta
Ovida
Ovie
Oviya
Owen
Owena

Desire born

Welsh

Owethu

He/She is ours

African

Ownah

Unity

Irish

Oxide

Oxygen Compound

American

Oya

Wind warrior goddess

African

Oyindamola
Oyintsa

White Duck

Native American

Oyuki
Oz

Strength, Courage

Hebrew

Ozana
Ozanka

Wall germander flower

Slavic

Ozara

Wealth, treasure

Hebrew

Ozell
Ozella
Ozelle
Ozie
Ozite
Ozma
Ozzie