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For baby boy names that start with the letter O, we’ve got hundreds of outstanding options—from Odin to Owen.
There's just something about Owen that sounds sweet and likeable. Another vintage name that's now back in vogue, Owen is...
Brought to England by the Normans, the name Oliver has origins in the French name Olivier and dates back to the time of Charlemagne...
English: God''s spear
Irish: Deer friend
Arabic: Life or thriving, long-living
German: Wealthy; derivation of Otto
From the Shakespearean play As You Like It
Norse: A chief deity of Norse mythology, Odin is the god of war and death, poetry and culture.
Hebrew: Powerful, courageous
German: Wealthy; a modern form of Odo used in numerous countries
Hebrew: Servant of God; a minor Old Testament prophet
From the Shakespearean play King Lear
English: From the shore settlement or town; a surname
English: Of the valley, or an old English place name and surname meaning woad hill; Woad is an Old World plant formerly grown for...
French: Gold town
Hebrew: Pine tree
English: God''s friend
English: Divine protector
African: Thriving, long life (Swahili)
Arabic: Spelling variation of Omar
Welsh: Legendary son of Aedd
Irish: Little pale green one
Teutonic: Rich in battle
African: First child of the twins
Egyptian: Born of twins