Oğulcan Oğulcan a Turkish male first name of Turkish and Persian origin is oğul formed from the elements, (Turkish: son) and can (pers.: the soul, life), with the meaning of "a very likable kid".
Oğuz Oğuz is a common masculine Turkish given name. There are various theories on the meaning of "Oğuz". The most prominent explanation is that it is composed of "ok" and "z". In (modern) Turkish and proto Turkish "ok" means "arrow". Only in proto Turkish, "ok" also means "clan", and/or "nation". Again, only in proto Turkish, "z" is the plural suffix. In modern Turkish "z" is not the plural suffix anymore. Actually, it is not a suffix, in general, in modern Turkish. Therefore "okz" means "clans", "nations", and/or "arrows".
Oğuzhan Oğuzhan is a common masculine Turkish given name. "Oğuzhan" is composed of two words, "Oğuz" and "han"; Oğuz is a given name, while "han" means literally "khan". Thus, "Oğuzhan" means "Oğuz khan". The modern name derives from the name and title of Oghuz Khagan, a legendary Turkic leader.
Oļegs Oļegs is a Latvian masculine given name. Oleg, a Scandinavian and German form of Helge is a Russian form of the name.
Obadja Obadiah (Hebrew עובדיה also Ovadia) is a masculine Hebrew name meaning "Servant of rides". The Greek Latin name version is whether slides or the slides.
Obren Obren (Cyrillic script: Обрен) is a Serbian masculine given name.
Ocke Ocke ['oːkə], also Oke is a male given name, especially in the North Frisian language. O spoken long despite the following ck, because the c is a niederdeutsches stretching character in this case. Possible derivations are:
Octavio Octavio is a Spanish given name. Octavio is the Spanish form of the Roman family name of Octavius, derived from the Latin octavus meaning "the eighth". The Portuguese form of the name is Octávio.
Odd Odd, a name of Old Norse origin (Oddr), the 11th most common male name in Norway. It is rarely used in other countries, though sometimes appearing in other Nordic countries. In old Norse the word means sharp end of an arrow or edge of blade.
Odilon Odilon is a given name of French origin. The name refers to:
Odo Odo is an old German male given name. The word comes from the old high German word ot (ownership, wealth), Germanic audha. Odo is the short form of with OT names, about Otbert, Otfried, Otmar; means: rich man
Odoardo Odoardo is an Italian version of the male given name Edward.
Oelfke Oelfke? / i is a German surname and a plattdüütsch male given name.
Ogün Ogün is a Turkish given name for males. People named Ogün include:
Oguzhan Apollo (ˈoːzaːn) is a Turkish male given name meaning "the heroic, courageous and strong ruler". It goes back to the legendary Commander of Apollo (Oghus Khagan) of the Oghuz Turks. Outside of the Turkish language, the form o occurs sporadically.
Oibalos Oibalos is an ancient Greek male surnames.
Ojārs Ojārs is a Latvian masculine given name and may refer to:
Okan Okan is a Turkish male given name meaning "understanding", which is also a family name.
Okatan O'Rourke is a Turkish male first name and family name.
Okimoto Okimoto is a Japanese surname. Notable people with the surname include:
Okitsugu Okitsugu (written: 意次 or 興功) is a masculine Japanese given name. Notable people with the name include:
Oktavian Octavian (UMA by Latin Octavianus English Octavian, Italian Ottaviano, Spanish Octaviano, French Octavien, Polish) is a masculine given name. The female form is Oktavia.
Oktay O'Sullivan is a Turkish male first name and family name meaning strong, brave Moon; Sun and moon.
Okur Okur is a Turkish given name for males and a surname. Notable people with the surname include:
Okyar Okyar is a Turkish male given name of Turkish and Persian origin meaning "lively". "faithful friend", which occurs as a family name.
Okyay OA is a Turkish male given name, occurs as a family name. The name is composed of the components ok yay (bow) and (arrow) and has the meaning of "fast as an arrow, as an arc" according to name dictionary.
Olaf Olaf or Olav (/ˈoʊləf/, /ˈoʊlɑːf/, or British /ˈoʊlæf/; Old Norse: Ólafr, Ōleifr, Anleifr) is a Scandinavian, German and Dutch given name. It is presumably of Proto-Norse origin, reconstructed as *Anu-laibaz, from anu "ancestor, grand-father" and laibaz "heirloom, descendant". Old English forms are attested as Ǣlāf, Anlāf. The corresponding Old Novgorod dialect form is Uleb.
Olav Olav is a Scandinavian given name. Olav is a variant of OLAF, which occurs particularly in Norwegian and Danish. Another origin and meaning of the name see here.
Olcan Olcan is a Turkish and Irish given name for males.
Olcayto Olcayto is a common masculine Turkish given name. In Turkish "Olcayto" means "Luck", and/or "Lucky". Olcayto is the masculine version of "Olcay" which is a feminine Turkish given name.
Ole Ole is a Danish and Norwegian masculine given name, derived from the Old Norse name Óláfr, meaning "ancestor's descendant".
Oleg Oleg (Russian: Олег), Oleh (Ukrainian: Олег), or Aleh (Belarusian: Алег) is a Slavic given name. It derives from the Old Norse Helgi (Helge), meaning "holy", "sacred", or "blessed". The feminine equivalent is Olga.
Oleksiy Oleksiy (Ukrainian: Олексій) or Oleksa (Ukrainian: Олекса) is a Ukrainian male name of Greek origin.
Olier D'Olier is of the family name from Jean-Jacques Sulpicians a name, (1608-1657), a French Catholic priest.
Olivér Oliver is a Hungarian masculine first name.
Oliver Oliver is a male given name, which is used primarily in the English-speaking as a family name. In the German-speaking countries, the first name found Oliver until further distribution from the late 1950s. The feminine version of the name is Olivia, Olivera, also Livia. In France, it is used as Olivier and in Italy as Oliviero. The origin of the name is not completely clear:
Olivier Olivier is a given name which may refer to:
Olof Olof is a Swedish male given name. In addition, it is a very rarely used, older spelling for language, ethnicity and culture of the Wolof. Olof is a variant of OLAF.
Olov Olov or Olof is a Swedish form of Olav/Olaf, meaning "ancestor's descendant". A common short form of the name is Olle. The name may refer to:
Omar Omar, Omer, Ömer, or Umar (Arabic: عمر, Hebrew: עומר), is a male given name of Arabic and Hebrew origin, mentioned in the Book of Genesis. It is a common name in Arab and Muslim territories and populations in general, as well as in Spanish-speaking countries. In Arabic, its pronunciation differs based on the spoken varieties of Arabic and consequently in its transcription.
Omero Omero is an Italian given name whose English equivalent is Homer.
Ompoly Ompoly is a Hungarian masculine first name.
Onar Onar is a Turkish male first name and family name.
Oreste Oreste is an Italian masculine given name. It is derived from the Orestes, who in Greek mythology is the son of Clytemnestra and Agamemnon. People with the name Oreste include:
Orestes Orestes or Orestis (Greek: Ορέστης) is a Greek name, meaning "he who stands on the mountain" or "one who can conquer mountains".
Orhan Orhan is a Turkish given name for males. People named Orhan include:
Orkan Hurricane was borrowed from in the 17th century the Dutch orkaan this "Cyclone Huracán from Spanish". Linguist traced the origin of the word to the Taíno language, in the Caribbean, where he should have known a storm God. It stands for:
Orkut Orkut (pronounced [ˈoːɾkut]) is a Turkish given name. It is composed of "Or" and "Kut". In Turkish, "Kut" means "holy". "Or" means "create", "togetherness", "association", and/or "concurrence". Therefore "Orkut" means "holy city".
Orlando Orlando is a masculine given name, the Italian form of the given name Roland. Notable people with the name include:
Orvar Orvar or Örvar is a Nordic male given name, which means "arrow" in Old Norse. Örvar-Oddr ("arrow's point") is a legendary hero in a 13th-century Icelandic saga. The name may refer to:
Osama Osama (Arabic: أسامة, Usāmah), alternative writing Oussama, Usama and Usamah is one of many Arabic male given names for "lion", each denoting some aspect of the animal. Those with the name include: Osama (Arabic: أسامة, Usāmah), alternative writing Oussama, Usama and Usamah is one of many Arabic male given names for "lion", each denoting some aspect of the animal. Those with the name include:
Osamu Osamu (おさむ, オサム?) is a masculine Japanese given name.
Oscar or Oskar is a masculine given name derived from the Irish language.
Oskar Oskar is a masculine given name. The English-language spelling is Oscar, the Spanish and Portuguese Óscar.
Oskaras Oskaras is a Lithuanian given name, derived from Oskar.
Oskars Oskars is a Latvian masculine given name and may refer to:
Oslac Oslac is the old English name variation of a common Germanic name, the old Norse. Asleikr, Latinized in a West Frankish source of Ansleicus (probably spelled * Ansleich) is called. Etymologically the first part of the name is laiks "dance" OS -, as - on the Göttergeschlecht of the Æsir, the second, however, related to the Germanic word * laikaz, the Gothic, old North. leikr "Game, string game, fighting game" and altengl. Lac means "Game, dance, offering" (perhaps "Melody, sound" see also OHG), so the name in the original Germanic meaning probably indicates a special relationship of the carrier to the cult of the Æsir.
Osman Osman or transcription of the Arabic name Uthman when used in Persian or Turkish (and in languages influenced by Persian or Turkish culture, e.g. as a Pakistani, or Bosnian name). The West African equivalent (in French orthography) is Ousmane.
Osmo Osmo is a Finnish male given name. It appears in Kalevala, where it means "a young man". The name has been in use since the 1880s. Name day for Osmo in Finland is 11 May.
Ossian Ossian is an Anglicised form of the Irish Oisín and the Scottish Gaelic Oisein. The latter names are derived from a byname constructed from the element os ("stag"). Another Anglicised form of Oisín is Osian.
Ostoja Ostoja (Serbian Cyrillic Остоја) is a male given name, is today mostly used among the Serbs. It occurs as a family name.
Osvaldas Osvaldas is a Lithuanian masculine given name. It is a cognate of the name Oswald and may refer to:
Oswald Oswald is a masculine given name, from Anglo-Saxon Osweald, from os "god" and weald "rule". The Old High German cognate was Answald, the Old Norse form was Ásvaldr.
Oswaldo Oswaldo (Spanish for "Oswald") is a Spanish masculine given name.
Oswin Oswin (also: Oswine) is a masculine given name. The name probably comes from the old high German Answin; altsächsisch Oswin; old English Oswine; Germain on the = God; OHG Jai = friend. means: the friend of God.
Oszkár Oszkár is a Hungarian masculine first name.
Otakar Otakar is a masculine Czech given name of Germanic origin (cf. Audovacar). Notable people with the name include:
Otávio Otávio is a Portuguese masculine given name, the equivalent of English Octavian or Italian Ottavio. The Portuguese long form Octávio occurs more rarely. The Portuguese diminutive form is Otavinho.
Otfried Kaytee is a male given name, from the old high German words ot (ownership, wealth) and Ravi (peace, security) is composed. Otfried and Otfrid are variants.
Othar Othar is an old high German name, which is from the old high German words ot (ownership, wealth) and Lisa, 'the army, the Warriors' is composed.
Othmar Othmar, also spelled Otmar or Ottmar, is a masculine German given name, derived from the Germanic name Audamar, from the elements aud "wealth, prosperity" and mar "fame".
Otohiko Otohiko (written: 乙彦) is a masculine Japanese given name. Notable people with the name include:
Otso Otso is a Finnish first name man and in the Finnish mythology of the spirit of the bear.
Ottavio Ottavio is an Italian male given name. Ottavio is the Italian form of the Roman family name of Octavius, derived from the Latin octavus meaning "the eighth". The Spanish form of the name is Octavio, the Portuguese form of Octávio.
Ottfried Kaytee is a male given name, from the old high German words ot (ownership, wealth) and Ravi (peace, security) is composed. Otfried and Otfrid are variants.
Otto Otto is a masculine German given name. It originates as an Old High German short form (variants Audo, Odo, Udo) of Germanic names beginning in aud-, an element meaning "wealth, prosperity".
Ottokar Ottokar (also, Otokar) is a masculine given name. The name comes from the Germanic old high German and is composed of ot ('ownership, wealth, as in Odo/Otto, Otfried) and a little clear second syllable together. The latter is also in Gundaker. Both names seem native to the South-East of the area.
Ottomar Ottomar is a masculine given name of Germanic origin.
Oussama Oussama, Osama or Usama (Arabic & #160; أسامة, DMG Usāma) is an Arabic male name and writes a Leonine personality trait to the bearers of the name.
Ovidijus Ovidijus is a Lithuanian masculine given name. People with the name Ovidijus include:
Owe Owe is a surname or given name, a spelling variation of Ove, and may refer to:
Owen Owen is a male given name in the English-speaking world and family name. Originally the name of the Latin or Greek language comes from: the man name Eugenius (man of noble family, Greek eu = good, genos = gender, ethnicity), was by aligning with the Welsh language to OEN or Owain (Irish Eoin or Eoghan); because fair stands for the Lamb on Welsh, Owen means today in about the innocent. Bearers of the name are:
Ozan Ozan is a Turkish given name meaning "Poet", "Poet" and is used frequently as a synonym to "Aşık". Ozan occasionally occurs as a family name.
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