Ὀδέττη (Odetta) – Ούρσουλα (Ursula)

Ὀδέττη, Odetta: Wealthy, fortunate, from the Germanic aud.

Ὄθων, Othon, Otto: Wealthy, fortunate, from the Germanic aud.

Ὄθωνας, Othonas, Otto: Wealthy, fortunate, from the Germanic aud.

Ὄλγα, Olga: Holy, blessed, from the Old Norse name Helgi.

Ὀλίβια, Olivia: Related to olives, from the Latin oliva.

Ὀλιβιανός, Olivian: Related to olives, from the Latin oliva.

Ὀνούφρης, Onouphres: An ever-happy persion. From the Coptic name Unnufer, which is derived fro the Egyptian wnn-nfr.

Ὀνουφρία, Onouphria: An ever-happy persion. From the Coptic name Unnufer, which is derived fro the Egyptian wnn-nfr.

Ὀνούφριος, Onouphrius: An ever-happy persion. From the Coptic name Unnufer, which is derived fro the Egyptian wnn-nfr.

Ὁνωράτος, Honoratus: Honored, distinguished, from the Latin honorus.

Ὁράτιος, Horatio: an hour, time season; from the Latin hora, which is in tern a cognate of teh Greek ὥρα.

Ὀρσαλία, Orsalia, Ursula: female bear cub, from the Latin ursa.

Ὁρτανσία, Hortensia: A garden of delightes, from the Latin hortus, a pleasure-garden, a vineyard.

Οὑμβέρτος, Umberto, Humbert: Bright warrior, from the  hun (warrior) and beraht (bright).

Οὐρβανός, Urbanus: City-dweller, from the Latin urbanus.

Οὐριήλ, Uriel: God is my light, from the Hebrew אוּרִיאֵל (‘Uri’el).

Ούρσουλα, Ursula: a female bear cub, from the Latin ursa.

© Paul Pan

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