1001 Baby Names for Girls – How to Choose the Best for your Newborn

Baby Girl names that start with  “ O “ and their  Meaning

 

 Obelia

Greek, meaning ‘needle’.

Obioma

African, meaning ‘kind hearted’.

Oceana

(alt. Ocean, Océane, Ocie)

Greek, meaning ‘ocean’.

Octavia

Latin, meaning ‘eighth’.

Oda

(alt. Odie)

Shortened form of Odessa, meaning ‘long voyage’.

Odanda

Spanish, meaning ‘the well-known land’.

Oddfrid

Norse, meaning ‘sharp like the point of a sword’.

Ode

Greek, meaning ‘a lyric poem’.

Odeda

Hebrew, meaning ‘to encourage’.

Odele

(alt. Odell)

English, meaning ‘woad hill’.

Odelia

Hebrew, meaning ‘I will praise the Lord’.

Odelita

Spanish, meaning ‘who sings’.

Odessa

Greek, meaning ‘long voyage’.

Odette

(alt. Odetta)

French, meaning ‘wealthy’. Famous as the name of the Princess in Swan Lake.

Odile

(alt. Odilia)

French, meaning ‘prospers in battle’.

Odina

Feminine form of Odin, from the Nordic god of the same name.

Odyssey

Greek, meanining ‘long journey’. Also the title of Homer’s famous epic poem, The Odyssey.

Ofa

Polynesian, meaning ‘beloved’.

Ofira

Hebrew, meaning ‘gold’.

Names from ancient Greece

Alexandra

Apollonia

Corinna

Irene

Lysandra

Melaina

Pelagia

Sophia

Xenia

Zenobia

Ogin

Native American, meaning ‘like a wild rose’.

Ohanna

Armenian, meaning ‘gift from God’.

Ohela

Hebrew, meaning ‘tent’.

Oheo

Native American, meaning ‘beautiful woman’.

Oighrig

Gaelic, meaning ‘freckled one’.

Oihane

Spanish, meaning ‘from the forest’.

Oira

Latin, meaning ‘one who prays’.

Ojal

Sanskrit, meaning ‘vision’.

Okalani

Hawaiian, meaning ‘heaven’.

Oki

Japanese, meaning ‘ocean centred’.

Oksana

Russian, meaning ‘praise to God’.

Ola

(alt. Olie)

Greek, meaning ‘man’s defender’.

Olathe

Native American, meaning ‘lovely’.

Olena

(alt. Olene)

Russian, meaning ‘light’.

Olga

Russian, meaning ‘holy’.

Oliana

American, meaning ‘the Lord has answered’.

Olina

Scandinavian, meaning ‘ancestor’s heir’.

Oliva

English, meaning ‘elf army’.

Olivia

(alt. Olivev, Oliviana, Olivié)

Latin, meaning ‘olive’.

Ollie

Shortened form of Olivia, meaning ‘olive’.

Olwen

Welsh, meaning ‘white footprint’.

Olya

Slavic, meaning ‘holy’.

Olympia

(alt. Olimpia)

Greek, meaning ‘from Mount Olympus’.

Oma

(alt. Omie)

Arabic, meaning ‘leader’.

Omyra

Latin, meaning ‘scented oil’.

Ona

(alt. Onnie)

Shortened form of Oneida, meaning ‘long awaited’.

Ondine

French, meaning ‘wave of water’.

Oneida

Native American, meaning ‘long awaited’.

Onella

Hungarian, meaning ‘torch light’.

Oni

Native American, meaning ‘born on holy ground’.

Onyx

Latin, meaning ‘veined gem’.

Oona

Irish, meaning ‘unity’.

Opal

Sanskrit, meaning ‘gem’.

Ophelia

(alt. Ofelia, Ophélie)

Greek, meaning ‘help’.

Oprah

Hebrew, meaning ‘young deer’.

Ora

Latin, meaning ‘ prayer’.

Orabela

Latin, meaning ‘prayer’.

Oraefo

African, meaning ‘affectionate’.

Oralee

American, meaning ‘golden’.

Oralie

(alt. Oralia)

French, meaning ‘golden’.

Orane

French, meaning ‘born at sunrise’.

Orbelina

American, meaning ‘bringer of excitement’.

Orchid

Greek, from the flower of the same name.

Orane

French, meaning ‘rising’.

Colour names

Blanche

Coral

Ebony

Fawn

Hazel

Olive

Rose

Scarlett

Sienna

Violet

Orea

Greek, meaning ‘from the mountains’.

Orella

Italian, meaning ‘golden’.

Orenda

Native American, meaning ‘great spirit’.

Oriana

(alt. Oriane)

Latin, meaning ‘dawning’.

Orinda

Hebrew, meaning ‘pine trees’.

Orla

(alt. Orlaith, Orly)

Irish Gaelic, meaning ‘golden lady’.

Orlaith

Irish, meaning ‘gold queen’.

Orlean

French, meaning ‘plum’.

Orlena

American, meaning ‘golden’.

Orma

African, meaning ‘free men’.

Ornella

Italian, meaning ‘flowering ash tree’.

Orrtha

American, meaning ‘charm’.

Orsa

(alt. Osia, Ossie)

Latin, meaning ‘bear’.

Orya

Russian, meaning ‘peace’.

Otthid

Greek, meaning ‘prospers in battle’.

Ottilie

(alt. Ottie)

French, meaning ‘prospers in battle’.

Ouida

French, meaning ‘renowned in battle’.

Owena

Welsh, meaning ‘desire’.

Ownah

Irish, meaning ‘unity’.

Oya

African, meaning ‘wind warrior goddess’.

Oyintsa

Native American, meaning ‘white duck’.

Ozette

Native American, from the village of the same name.

Names of writers

Emily (Brontë)

Charlotte (Brontë)

Daphne (du Maurier)

Dorris (Lessing)

Jane (Austen)

Mary (Shelley)

Pam (Ayres)

Stephenie (Meyer)

Virginia (Woolf)

Wendy (Cope)

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