Océane Océane (French pronunciation: [ɔseˈan]) is a French female given name, which means "ocean." As of 2006, it was the ninth most popular name for newborn girls in France and the ninth most popular name in Quebec. The name may refer to:
Oksana Oksana or Oxana (Ukrainian: Оксана; Russian: Оксана, Belarusian: Аксана), sometimes transliterated as Aksana, is a popular female given name of Ukrainian origin. The closest equivalent is the Russian name Kseniya (Russian: Ксения) but the two names coexist in use in both countries and are not a shortening of each other.
Olcay Oakley is a Turkish male and female name of Mongolian origin with the meaning of happiness or happy. First name also appears as a family name. The Mongolian variant of the name is Oltsai.
Olena Olena, Olenna (Ukrainian: Олена) is a Ukrainian variant of the feminine name Helen. It is of Greek origin and means "sun ray" or "shining light". Variants of the name Olena include: Alena, Elena, Jelena, Lena, Lenya, Lenochka, Olinia, Olinija, Olenya, Olinda, Olina, Lina, Olinia, Olenka, Olenochka and Olinija.
Olga Olga is an Eastern Slavic female given name, derived from Old Norse name Helga. It is used in Russia (Ольга), Ukraine (Ольга, transliterated Olha), Belarus (Вольга, transliterated Vol'ha), Bulgaria (Олга transliterated Ólga), Poland, the Faroe Islands, the Czech Republic, Greece and Cyprus (Όλγα, Ólgha), Finland, Hungary, Romania, Serbia, Spain (Olga), Iceland, Germany, the Netherlands, and Latin America. The male equivalent is Oleg (Олeг).
Olita Olita is a Latvian feminine given name. The associated name day is November 28.
Olivia Olivia is a popular feminine given name in the English language. It is derived from Latin oliva "olive". Many people think the name was first coined by William Shakespeare for a character in the Twelfth Night, but in fact the name occurs in England as early as the 13th century.
Oona Oona is a feminine given name. It is an Anglicisation of the Irish-language name Úna. Apart from Ireland, it is also a popular name in Finland. A variant spelling of Oona is Oonagh.
Oonagh Oonagh is a feminine given name in the English language. It is variant spelling of Oona, which is an Anglicisation of the Irish-language given name Úna. It is also the name of a fairy queen in Irish folklore.
Orinta Orinta is a Lithuanian female name derived from Orint. The male form is Orintas.
Orla Órla, Órlaith, Orla or Orlagh (pronounced OR-lah) is a female given name of Irish origin. The root format of the name is Órfhlaith interpretable as "golden princess" as it combines the Gaelic elements ór: gold, and fhlaith literally prince, its full feminine form being banfhlaith.
Ornella Ornella is an Italian name. It means flowering ash tree and is a girls' name.
Oumou Oumou is a female given name of West African origin. The French spelling of "ou" is pronounced as "u" on German, actually would write the name in its original language Bambara (Mali, West Africa) as "Umu". This notation has survived through the colonization of Mali by the French but until today.
Outi Outi is a Finnish female given name, of Karelian and Eastern Finnish origin.
Oya Oya is a common feminine Turkish given name. In Turkish, "Oya" means "lace", "Irish lace", and/or "lagestromia indica".
Oylum Oylum is a common feminine Turkish given name. In Turkish, "Oylum" means "volume" "dimension", and/or "depth".
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