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Considering an O name for your future baby boy or girl? We’ve got an awesome list of odd and original unisex names that start with the letter O.
English: From the oak tree meadow; a surname and variant of Ackerley
African: River goddess
African: Born on the road, during travel (Nigeria)
A version of the strong and hearty Olaf, Ola lacks the ferocity and masculinity of the full-versioned original.
Greek: Possibly a familiar form of Olesia
French: Bird; related to the Oriole, known for its brilliant orange-gold markings
Celtic: Mythical daughter of Dearg