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Slavic Names Starting with O

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Oksana is of Slavic, Hebrew, and Russian origin and it is traditionally a girl’s name. According to its Slavic origin, the meaning of Oksana is ‘praise God’. However, Rukhshana is also known to be the Persian counterpart of this name which means ‘the beautiful one’. Famous personalities with this name include Oksana Stefanivna Zabuzhko, a Ukrainian novelist, Oksana Aleksandrovna Chusovitina, an Olympic gymnast, and Oksana Shachko, a Ukrainian activist.

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Oleg is of Slavic, Russian, Ukrainian, and Old Norse origin and it is traditionally a boy's name. According to its Slavic origin, the meaning of Oleg is ‘holy light’. The Old Norse source of this name suggests the meaning of Oleg is ‘blessed’ and ‘sacred’. The name Oleg is the male counterpart of the name Helge. Famous personalities with this name include Oleg Atkov, a Russian cosmonaut, Oleg Berdos, a Moldovan racer, Oleg Cassini (1913–2006), a fashion designer from France, and Oleg Pogudin, a Russian singer and actor.

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Olga is of Slavic, German, Bulgarian, and Russian origin and it is traditionally a girl's name. According to its Slavic origin, the meaning of Olga is ‘holy’. According to the Russian roots of this name, it means ‘noble woman’. It is also a variant of Helga, an Old Norse name. Popular personalities with this name include Olja Bećković, a Serbian journalist, Olga Desmond (1891–1964), a German dancer, Olga Gerovasili, a Greek politician, and Olga Lehmann, a Chilean designer and painter.

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Olya is of Slavic, Germanic, and Russian origins and it is traditionally a girl's name. According to its Slavic origin, the meaning of Olya is ‘holy’ and ‘hearty’. It is also a variant of the Russian name Olga. Olya is also the name of a location in Iran. Famous personalities with this name include Olya Yuriivna Polyakova, a Ukrainian singer, Olya Ivanisevic, a Serbian fashion model, and Hasan Anami Olya, an Iranian singer.

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The name Ona is of Slavic origin. The meaning of Ona is ‘grace’. The name also means ‘God was gracious’. It is derived from the Latin word ‘ona’, meaning ‘only child’. In Old Gaelic, the name Ona means ‘one’ or’ unity’. In a West African dialect, Ona means ‘fire’. It is traditionally a girl's name. Well-known personalities with the name include Ona Batlle, a Spanish football player, and Ona Meseguer, a Spanish Olympic water polo player.

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Ondrea is a gender-neutral name of Slavic, Czech, and Greek origins. According to its Slavic origin, the meaning of Ondrea is ‘manly and womanly’. This name is also the Czech variation of the name Andrea, which means ‘manly’. It is also known to be a Greek cognate of the name Andrew. Famous personalities with this name include Andrea Borrell, a Cuban basketball player, Andrea Donaldson, a Canadian theatre artist, and Andrea Barber, an American actress.

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The name Ozanna is of Slavic origin. The meaning of Ozanna is ‘praise’. It is the Slavic form of the Hebrew name Hosanna. It is also found in Romanian, where it refers to the Ozana River in Moldova.

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