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Meaning of the Name Ocean

The first name Ocean is of Greek, English origin. It is often a boy or girl name. It has the following meaning(s):

Greek: Sea
English: Lover of the Sea

Similar Names

Osman | Oceana |

Related Names

Arnav  (Hindu)
Ocean
Arnav  (Indian)
ocean, sea
Arnav  (Indian)
ocean, sea
Bien  (Vietnamese)
Ocean, Sea
Deniz  (Turkish)
Flowing Ocean
Dillan  (Welsh)
Variant of Dylan: Ocean's Son
Doree  (Greek)
Variant of Doris Meaning Gift. Doris Was Mythological Daughter of the Sea God Oceanus
Dori  (Greek)
Variant of Doris Meaning Gift. Famous Bearer: in Greek Mythology, Doris Was the Daughter of Oceanus and Mother of the Sea-nymph Nereids
Dorice  (Greek)
Variant of Doris Meaning Gift. Famous Bearer: in Greek Mythology, Doris Was the Daughter of Oceanus and Mother of the Sea-nymph Nereids
Dorie  (Greek)
Variant of Doris Meaning Gift. Famous Bearer: in Greek Mythology, Doris Was the Daughter of Oceanus and Mother of the Sea-nymph Nereids
Doris  (Greek)
Gift. in Greek Mythology, the Daughter of Oceanus and Mother of the Sea-nymph Nereids; Also the Name of a District of Greece. Famous Bearer: American Actress Doris Day
Dorisa  (Greek)
Variant of Doris Meaning Gift. Famous Bearer: in Greek Mythology, Doris Was the Daughter of Oceanus and Mother of the Sea-nymph Nereids
Dorita  (Greek)
Variant of Doris Meaning Gift. Famous Bearer: in Greek Mythology, Doris Was the Daughter of Oceanus and Mother of the Sea-nymph Nereids
Dorri  (Greek)
Variant of Doris Meaning 'Gift.' Doris Was Mythological Daughter of the Sea God Oceanus
Dorrie  (Greek)
Variant of Doris Meaning Gift. Famous Bearer: in Greek Mythology, Doris Was the Daughter of Oceanus and Mother of the Sea-nymph Nereids
Dorris  (Greek)
Variant of Doris Meaning Gift. Famous Bearer: in Greek Mythology, Doris Was the Daughter of Oceanus and Mother of the Sea-nymph Nereids
Dorry  (Greek)
Variant of Doris Meaning Gift. Famous Bearer: in Greek Mythology, Doris Was the Daughter of Oceanus and Mother of the Sea-nymph Nereids
Dylan  (Welsh)
Born from the Ocean, Son of the Sea
Dylana  (Welsh)
Ocean-born
Ephyra  (Latin)
Daughter of Oceanus
Iolanthe  (Greek)
Violet Flower. The Name of a Gilbert and Sullivan Opera from Also a Mythological Sea Nymph and Daughter of Oceanus
Kai  (Hawaiian)
Beach or Ocean
Kai  (Hawaiian)
Ocean
Marina  (Latin)
Of the Ocean and Sea
Michiru  (Japanese)
Sea, Ocean, Beauty (Form of Michelle ?)
Moana  (Hawaiian)
Ocean
Moanna  (Hawaiian)
Ocean
Naunet  (Egyptian)
Mythical Goddess of the Ocean
Nenine  (Greek)
Ocean Spirit (Neerida, Nerina, Nerissa, Neryssa)
Nun  (Egyptian)
God of the Ocean
Oceana  (Greek)
Ocean
Oceana  (Greek)
From the Sea
Oceana  (Greek)
Form of Oceanus. in Greek Mythology Oceanus Was a Titan Father of Rivers and Water Nymphs
Oceanus  (Greek)
Father of the Oceanids
Oki  (Japanese)
Middle of the Ocean
Oki  (Japanese)
Ocean Centered
Poseidon  (Greek)
God of the Sea and Ocean
Sagar  (Indian)
sea, ocean
Savarna  (Hindu)
Daughter of the Ocean
Savarna  (Indian)
Daughter of the Ocean
Shashida  (Indian)
Ocean
Tethys  (Greek)
Wife of Oceanus

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