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Girl Names That Start With O

From Ona to Ottavia, we’ve got hundreds of baby girl names that start with the letter O and are anything but ordinary.

Olivia

Feminine form of the name Oliver. The name very well may have originated from Shakespeare himself as the name of his heroine... Read more about Olivia

Ophelia

From the Shakespearean play Hamlet Read more about Ophelia

Olga

German: Blessed, holy

Hungarian Origin

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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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Oriana

Celtic: Blond

Italian: Golden

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Olympia

Greek: From Mount Olympus, home to the gods

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Opel

English: Jewel

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Oksana

Ukrainian: Hospitable

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Oriel

French: Bird; related to the Oriole, known for its brilliant orange-gold markings

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Olena

Ukrainian Origin

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Olinda

Greek: Possible variant of Yolanda, violet flower

Latin: Fragrant, perfumed

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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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Oma

Arabic: Mother, people, nation

German: Grandmother, probably derived from the Latin meaning

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Ona

Hebrew: Graceful

Irish: One

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Orva

English: Brave friend

French: Golden

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Orida

Native American: Expected one

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Orna

Irish: Little green one

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Oliana

Hawaiian: Variant of Oleander

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Ohanna

Hebrew: Gracious gift of God

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Olina

Czech: Familiar form of Olga

Hawaiian: Joyous

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Olita

English: Winged

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Osanna

Latin: Praise God

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Odina

Native American: Mountain (Algonquian)

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Oralee

Hebrew: The Lord is my light; also a variant of Aurelia

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Odysseia

Greek: Wrathful, wandering; feminine form of Odysseus

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