The O Names

Baby names that begin or end with the letter o have long been particularly cool, especially (though there are a few feminine selections) for boys. The options, of course, range far beyond those offered here, especially considering the entire world of Latinate baby names out there, but this group should give you a pretty good start.
Rate This List:
  • Odette

    Gender: F Rate:

    Odette is the good swan in Tchaikovsky's ballet Swan Lake , a role for which Natalie Portman won an Oscar ---and it would make a particularly soigne, sophisticated yet upbeat choice, unlike some o... Read More 

  • Odile

    Gender: F Rate:

    Odette's evil Swan Lake twin -- gives the name a sinuous, sensuous appeal.  Read More 

  • Odin

    Gender: M Rate:

    Odin is the name of the supreme Norse god of art, culture, wisdom and law who was handsome, charming and eloquent into the bargain. The name projects a good measure of strength and power and has e... Read More 

  • Odion

    Gender: M Rate:

    Strong Nigerian name that could work for a twin of any ethnicity.  Read More 

  • Olaf

    Gender: M Rate:

    Olaf, though sainted and regal in Norway, is slightly oafish here. It is one of those ethnic names that has become completely familiar in the U.S. without ever becomng assimilated. Now that he's a ... Read More 

  • Olga

    Gender: F Rate:

    Olga has lost whatever exotic oomph it once may have had.  Read More 

  • Olive

    Gender: F Rate:

    Though greatly overshadowed by the trendy Olivia, Olive has a quiet, subtle appeal of its own -- and is now enjoying a remarkable comeback. It returned to the Top 1000 in 2007, and has jumped quite... Read More 

  • Oliver

    Gender: M Rate:

    Oliver, now the Number 2 name in England, also entered the Top 100 in the U.S. for the first time in 2009, and is now at Number 52, having jumped 21 places. Why? Because Oliver is energetic and go... Read More 

  • Olivia

    Gender: F Rate:

    Olivia, a lovely Shakespearean name with an admirable balance of strength and femininity, is, like her sisters Isabella and Sophia, a megapopular name. Olivia is currently the Number 3 name for bab... Read More 

  • Olivier

    Gender: M Rate:

    More and more frequently heard as the Gallic version of Oliver, Olivier could be seen as a tribute to the great British actor, Sir Laurence O.  Read More 

See All List Categories

You might also like these lists:

Around The Web