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Names That Start With O O

Odd, outrageous, or oh-so-adorable—we’ve got a great collection of baby girl and baby boy names that start with the letter O.

Oakley

English: From the oak tree meadow; a surname and variant of Ackerley

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Oana

Romanian: God is gracious

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Oba

African: River goddess

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Obadiah

Hebrew: Servant of God; a minor Old Testament prophet

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Oceana

Greek: Feminine form of Oceanus; In Greek mythology, Oceanus was a Titan father of rivers and water nymphs.

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Octavia

Italian Origin

Latin: Eighth, traditionally given to the eighth child born into a family; the feminine form of Octavius

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Octavian

Latin: Eighth

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Octavio

Spanish: Eighth

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Octavius

Latin: Eighth

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Oddveig

Norse: Woman of the spear, derived from oddr pointed and veig woman, this name has been used for many centuries

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Ode

African: Born on the road, during travel (Nigeria)

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Odelia

French: Wealthy, properous

German: Prosperous battle, Odila is the more common spelling for this German name

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Odell

English: Of the valley, or an old English place name and surname meaning woad hill; Woad is an Old World plant formerly grown for...

Irish Origin

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Odessa

Greek: Wrathful; Odessa is the feminine version of Odysseus, which has taken on the connotative meaning of wandering, traveling...

Latin Origin

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Odette

French: Variant of Odelia and Odile, the name of the bewitched heroine and love of Prince Siegfried in Tchaikovsky''s classic ballet...

German Origin

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Odgar

Welsh: Legendary son of Aedd

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Odhran

Irish: Little pale green one

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Odiana

German Origin

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Odiane

German Origin

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Odila

French Origin

German Origin

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Odilo

Teutonic: Rich in battle

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Odin

Norse: A chief deity of Norse mythology, Odin is the god of war and death, poetry and culture.

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Odina

Native American: Mountain (Algonquian)

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Odion

African: First child of the twins

Egyptian: Born of twins

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Odra

Hindi: From Odra

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Odysseia

Greek: Wrathful, wandering; feminine form of Odysseus

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Odysseus

Greek: Wrathful; the clever and resourceful mythological hero of Homer''s epic The Odyssey.

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Oedipus

Greek: Swollen foot; Oedipus was the king of Thebes in Greek mythology who unknowingly killed his father and married his mother...

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Oenomaus

Greek: Son of Ares

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