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Meaning of Names - O

When endeavoring to ascertain the meaning of names that start with "O" it is important not to look too closely at the facts and reality. At least on this website, anyway. The fact of the matter is, there are no facts on this page, only silliness. The meaning of names that begin with "O", in other words is a farcical adventure and flight of fancy.

If you've been cruising through this website on other meaning of names page, you'll know that there are a hundred different ways of stating the same thing twice, thrice or even four times. Well, as you've noticed we basically state exactly the same thing on every page, just in a slightly different way.

We do this in order to keep the boredom to a minimum and so that you'll stay around and actually partake in the humor. Yes, there is humor, I can assure you that. And, some of it is even marginally funny at that.

So, do a little reading. Find your name and those of your family and friends and discover the nonsensical nature of these pages.

 

Meaning of Names That Begin with "O"

Oana - means "Oh, Anna, I need you now".

Obadiah - means "toad the wet sprocket" in Japanese.

Obi - derived from "Wan Kenobi" in Romulan.

Ob-la-di - ob-la-da life goes on.

Octavius - "The octagon" in wresting.

Odell - there's a farmer over the hill.

Odette - means "Oh, I owe some debt"

Oedipus - Yo' mama is a rex.

Ofer - zero for however many tries.

Ogden - the den of Og.

Ola - hello

Olaf - means "loaf of bread" in Norse

Olga - synonymous with "large Hungarian female athlete taking too many steroids".

Olive - comes from the Italian word for "Popeye's girlfriend".

Oliver - one who like Olive.

Olivia - Newton John.

Ollie - from the French "Kukla Fran".

Olympia - Greek word for "fight or flight".

Om - meditation

Onan - one who spills his seed

Oneida - dishware in Cheyenne

Opal - means "rock star" in German

Oprah - means rich, beloved black woman worldwide.

Oral - synonymous with "fixated"

Orel - hits the corners with pitches

Oriana - one who tickles a goat's feet.

Orion - star struck

Orlando - Dawn of a new town in Florida

Orpheus - one who like Oreo cookies

Orson - son or Or, possibly also "Hugely fat" in Ork-talk

Orville - one who pops the popcorn

Osama - most wanted man

Osane - nuts

Osborne - see Ozzy

Oscar - de la Hoya Renta Mayer

Osiris - wings of an angel or a pigeon

Osmond - big toothed Mormon

Oswald - the Wall of Oz

Othello - Oh, thello to you, too my friend.

Otis - town drunk

Otto - car or other vehicle

Ovid - Ovary and out in Spanish

Owen - one who owes money (ie, I. B. Owen)

Oxana - one who has an ox in Santa Ana

Oystein - Jewish word meaning "Jewish word".

Oz - where the wizard lives

Ozzy - see Osborne



 
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