OjakäärEstonian Ojakäär is an Estonian name meaning "runnel" or "stream edge".
OjalaEstonian, Finnish From oja meaning ‘ditch’, ‘channel’ + the local suffix -la, a habitational name from any of the numerous farms so named throughout Finland, early settlement of the country having been concentrated along waterways... [more]
OkocimskiPolish This indicates familial origin within the Lesser Polish village of Okocim.
OkotaJapanese (Rare) This name is used to combine 興 (kou, kyou, oko.ru, oko.su) meaning "interest, pleasure," or 小 (shou, o-, ko-, sa-, chii.sai) meaning "little, small" with 古 (ko, furu.i, furu-, -furu.su) meaning "old" and 田 (den, ta) meaning "rice field, rice paddy."
OkoturoNigerian A surname most popular in Nigeria; meaning currently unknown.
OksEstonian Oks is an Estonian surname meaning "branch" or "bough".
OlagaraiaBasque This indicates familial origin within the eponymous neighborhood of the Navarrese municipality of Etxalar.
OlagueBasque This indicates familial origin within the eponymous neighborhood of the Navarrese municipality of Anue.
OlahHungarian Oláh (Olah) is a Hungarian surname that means Vlach/Romanian. A similar word is Olasz, meaning "Italian".Hungarian (Oláh): ethnic name from Hungarian oláh ‘Romanian’, old form volách, from vlach ‘Italian’, ‘speaker of a Romance language’.
OliphantEnglish Means "elephant" (from Middle English, Old French and Middle High German olifant "elephant"), perhaps used as a nickname for a large cumbersome person, or denoting someone who lived in a building distinguished by the sign of an elephant.
OlissaarEstonian Olissaar is an Estonian surname possibly derived from "õli" meaning "oil/fat" and "saar" meaning "island".
OlivaItalian, Spanish Of uncertain origin: derived either from a nickname to those who picked, worked with or sold olives, or from the given name Oliva.
OlivaresSpanish Nabitational name from any of several places named Olivares, from the plural of Spanish olivar 'olive grove'.
OmelchukRussian This name migrates from Russia/Belarus and has also been found in the Island of Cyprus. The name could be attributed to the surname 'Damon' disapearing as there was a 'Damon' family in the 1600's with locations unknown... [more]
OnoueJapanese From the Japanese 尾 (o) "tail" and 上 (ue) "above" (the possessive particle ノ (no) is not always written down but is always included when the name is spoken aloud).
OnslowEnglish Recorded as Onslow, Onslowe and the dialectal Anslow, this is an English surname. It is locational from a place called Onslow described in Victorian times as being "a place within the liberty of Shrewsbury, in Salop', the original and still confusingly used, name for the county of Shropshire.
OostwalDutch From the Dutch words oost meaning "East" and wal meaning "shore" or "bank".
OotEstonian Oot is an Estonian surname meaning "tsk". Also, possiblt derived from "Ott", a masculine given name meaning "bear".
OotaniJapanese From Japanese 大 (oo) meaning "big" and 谷 (tani) meaning "valley".
OotonoJapanese (Rare) Oo means "Big, Great, Large, Huge",etc. and tono is a very respectful honorific that is outdated and literally means "Lord" in Japanese. Regardless of how archaic it sounds, this last name is still used by families in Japan, even though it rarely ever occurs.
ÖövelEstonian Öövel is an Estonian surname, a derivation of "hööve" meaning "plane" and "jointer", or "röövel" meaning "gunman", "robber" and "bandit".
OphelEnglish 19th century name from the Cambridgeshire area. Probably derived from Oldfield. Variants include Opheld, Oful and Offel.... [more]
OphirHebrew From the given name Ophir. Ophir (or Ofir) is originally a biblical place name. In the days of KingSolomon, Ophir was metioned as the name of a land, full of abudant natural treasures such as gold, silver, etc.