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Indian Names Starting with O

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The meaning of Ojal is ‘vision’ or ‘splendour’. It is a girl's name and it is of Indian origin. It is derived from a Sanskrit word of the same meaning.

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Indian

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The meaning of Ojas is ‘physical strength, energy, vigor, might, power’. It is a boy's name and it is of Indian origin. It is derived from the Sanskrit word of the same meaning. It is a word that also refers to the essence of life, subtle qualities of heath, radiance, longevity and immunity.

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Indian

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The meaning of Omana is ‘help, kindness’ and it is of Indian origin. In Sanskrit origin, Omana means ‘woman’ or ‘giver of life’. Omana Ouseph is the name of a famous Indian actress; 'Omana Penne' is the title of a song by Benny Dayal and Kalyani Menon; 'Omana Komala' is the name of a Malayalam song which is sung by Vidyasagar and Najim Arshad and Kamalakshi Omanakutty is the name of an academician, music teacher and Carnatic vocalist.

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Indian

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The name Oorjita is obtained from the Sanskrit word ‘urja’ that means ‘power’ or ‘strength’. Urja in Hindu mythology is the son of Vastara and is one of the gods. The meaning of Oorjita is ‘powerful woman’. It is an Indian origin name. Typically, the name Oorjita is a popular choice among parents for their baby girls. The correct pronunciation of Oorjita is ‘Ur-jee-ta’. The name is popular in the Indian subcontinent as it has an empowering meaning and in the southern states of India, there is a high population of Oorjitas.

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Indian

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A name with Indian origins, the meaning of Opal is taken from the Sanskrit language, meaning 'gem'. It is a name with history, as in Ancient Greece the Greeks believed that opals were formed from the tears of joy wept by Zeus after he defeated the Titans and that the opal bestowed prophetic powers. The Romans considered an opal a symbol of hope and good fortune. The opal is a birthstone for those born in October. One famous figure with Opal in her name is Opal Kunz. She was an American socialite and feminist and famously flew her own planes, encouraging other women to become pilots. Another famous personality is Opal Panisara, a Thai actress who appeared in 'Seven Something' and 'The Bedside Detective'. She starred in the role of Rosie in the 2006 film 'Seasons Change'.

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