Boys Names O: Meanings, Nicknames


Obadiah

106 American baby boys were named Obadiah in 2016, making it just as popular as Marek and Yakov that year

Obed

The only year that Obed ranked in the USA Top 1000 male names was in 1880 at No. 883

Odell

Odell got into the Top 500 American baby boy names in 1902 and stayed there consistently until 1951

Ogden

Ogden began showing up as a given name in the 19th century. It made the Top 1000 American baby boys name once in 1907 at No. 981

Ohannes

They must like things simpler In that part of the world where Ohannes is favored over Johannes and Hovhannes

Oisin

Oisin was the 14th most popular male name in Ireland in 2012 and in 2013

Olaf

in 2003 Hurricane Olaf (Category 1) caused severe flooding in the states of Jalisco and Guanajuato in Mexico

Olin

Olin’s highest rank in the USA, as a popular male name, was No. 327 in 1892 and in 1903

Oliver

At No. 173 in 2006, Oliver climbed to No. 12 in the USA by 2016

Olivier

Tom is a more popular name in France than Olivier

Ollie

Ollie was a consistent Top 500 given name from 1880 through 1949; in fact, it was in the Top 200 until 1916

Omar

Omar has consistently been a Top 200 boys name in the USA since 1988

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