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Name Meaning
Obialumani I know a peaceful mind
Oboego Comes with money
Octavia Eighth
Ogorehuekwu Gift of God
Olabisi Joy is increased
Olabunni Honorable
Name Meaning
Olaniyi Glory in wealth
Olivia Olive tree
Olufemi God loves me
Olufunke A gift from God to love
Olufunmilayo God gives joy
Oluremi God consoles me
Omagbemi This child saved me
Omaone I have a child
Name Meaning
Omarosa Unknown
Omolara Born during the night
Omorenomwara This child will not suffer
Omorose My beautiful child
Omosede More than a king
Omosupe Precious
Name Meaning
Oni Desired
Onyeka Who is the greatest
Orisetimeyin The Lord is behind me
Osayiomwabe God will help us
Oseye The happy one
Ozigbodi Patience

* The most popular names amongst expecting parents, for African American girls that start with the letter "O", are: Olivia and Octavia. Most of the names listed above are of African origin.

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