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Name Meaning Origin Popularity Other Gender
Orquidea

Orchid

Spanish

Orra

Pray

Latin

Orya

Light

Hebrew

Orrinthia
Oryna

Peace

Greek

Orrla

Golden queen

Irish

Orrnett

Eagle ruler

German

Osaka

Japanese

Orsa

Latin

Orsala

Little she-bear

Scandinavian

Osana

Hebrew

Orsalina
Osanna

Save, we pray

Latin

Osma

Scandinavian

Otelia
Otila
Otilia
Ossi
Ottalia

French

Ottamisia
Ostia
Ottavia

Eighth

Latin

Osvalda
Otthild

Prosperity in battle

German

Otthilda

Prosperity in battle

German

Ottila

Prosperity in battle

German

Ottilia

Prosperity in battle

German

Ottilie

French

Ottiline

Prosperity in battle

German

Osyka
Ottolie

French

Ottoline

Prosperity in battle

German

Otameesia
Ottorina
Otamisia

Spanish

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

Oula

Will, determination

Scandinavian

Ourania

Heavenly

Greek

Ouranie

Heavenly

Greek

Ovalia

Help

Greek

Ovelia

Help

Greek

Oda

Praise God

Hebrew

Odeelia

Praise God

Hebrew

Odela

Song

Greek

Odele

Song

Greek

Odelette

Song

Greek

Odelet

Song

Greek