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Origin: Latin

Meaning: “olive tree”

Best Nicknames
Liv, Livia, Livie, Livvie, Ollie

Variations and Sound Alikes:
Olevia, Oliva, Olive, Olivea, Oliveea,
Olivetta, Olivette, Olivija, Olivina, Olivya

Olivia TV and Movie quotes:
“This is my wife Olivia. I am Elliot.”
Law & Order SVU: Bombshell (2011)
“Hey, Olivia, you got a garlic press?”
The Station Agent (2003)

Famous people named Olivia or its variations

1. Olivia Wilde (b. 1984), American actress, model
born Olivia Jane Cockburn
2. Olivia Haigh Williams (b. 1968) English actress
3. Olivia Jane d’Abo (b. 1969), English actress, singer

Olivia Middle Names
Olivia Brooke
Olivia Kaye
Olivia Miriam
Olivia Shiloh
Olivia Whitney

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  1. Oliwia says:

    My name is Oliwia. Yes with a w. My family calls me Oliwka (Oh-Lee-V-Ka) and Oli (O-lee) my friends call me Oliwia. Some nicknames are Libby, Ollie (which I prefer), Livi, Ivi, Ivia, Via, O, if your name is Oliwia with a w, you can have people call you Oli-W-ia (Oh-li-w-ia.)

    • Oliwia says:

      same!! My mom’s Polish and when I was born my parents wanted to name me “Olivia”. But I’m the 00s kid and this name was so popular that my mom came up with an idea to name me Oliwia. This is how Olivia is written in Polish since there’s no V in polish alphabet. And I’m really grateful for my name rn because it’s not really common here in the US.

  2. Vi says:

    My name is Olivia but I’ve gone by Livi for most of my life, except the past couple of years when I decided to differentiate myself from the other Olivia’s by going with simply Vi instead. I’ve heard so many variations at this point, including Olive, Ivy, Lia (think Lea), Via, Oli, Livvy, Livie, Livi, Aia, and probably a lot more.

  3. olivia says:

    My name’s Olivia, but it’s such a common name I grew to dislike it. I mean, I’m leaving high school this year, and all my life I’ve had to pay such close attention to whether someone’s talking to me or the other 3000000 Olivia’s. I used to get called Liv, but I prefer Via (Vee-ah / Vie-a) and perhaps Ivy? I sometimes go by Lyvia.

  4. olivia nicole baker says:

    my name is olivia and sometimes when i meet my elders they always say, libby libby libby on the label label label ???? but for me i liked to be called livi or liv but i like my name its just every where i go some people would have the same name as me or would call me libby libby libby on the label label label.

    • vj says:

      Hi, Olivia. When someone says that to you, maybe you could say “I pray for the day when people forget that commercial!”

  5. Olivia says:

    My names Olivia and theres this guy who only calls me Olive. I kinda dig it but i really hate the name on me in general. But now that i have it i want to make the best out of it. Any suggestions? I kinda like Ivy (I – Vee) or Via

  6. Melinda says:

    We call my daughter Libby or Lib. Started out with nickname Livi but most of us ended up calling her Libby.

  7. Olivia says:

    My name is Olivia
    I get called
    Ivy ( I -v – ee)
    My mum calls me
    Oliviola ( (O-livvy-o-la)
    And livvy loo loo???

  8. Olivia says:

    My name is Olivia I like the nickname ivi (i-v-e)

  9. Olivia says:

    My name is Olivia my parents (just) call me liv but I like the one Olivi oso pronounced (oh liv ee oh so) or o liv i a pronounced (oh liv i ay) o liv I a is my favourite though

  10. Olivia says:

    Via, my family calls me via

  11. Olivia says:

    My name is Olivia, and I’ve had people call me all sorts of things. But my family got stuck on Livl (pronounced Live-uhl) and sometimes LivlBivl (Live-uhl–biv-uhl). I think that they’re cute nicknames just because I’ve never heard anyone else use them. I’ve looked on a lot of different websites and they don’t list Livl, so I just thought I’d put it here.

  12. Hannah says:

    I think for the name Olivia (a character in my current book) ivia is a good, unused, creative nickname.
    The I in ivia would be pronounced like in Olivia, just minus the Ol

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