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Meaning of the Name Oscar

The first name Oscar is of Norse, English, Celtic, Scandinavian origin. It is often a boy name. It has the following meaning(s):

Norse: Divine Spear
English: Divine Spear; God's Spear. Famous Bearer: Poet Oscar Wilde (-), Who Was Put on Trial and Imprisoned for Homosexuality
English: From the Old English Osgar, a Compound Name Composed of the Elements Os (A God) and Gar (Spear). Alternatively, There is an Irish Oscar, Which is Derived from the Gaelic Elements Os (A Deer) and Cara
Celtic: Jumping Fighter
Scandinavian: Spear of God (Oskar, Ozzie, Ozzy)
Celtic: Bounding Warrior, Ardent, Sagacious, Witty, Has Little Respect for the Opposite Sex
Scandinavian: Accurate Spearsman

Similar Names

Osahar | Osckar | Oskar | Oskari | Osker | Oszkar |

Related Names

Dorian  (Greek)
Of Doris, a District of Greece; or of Doros, a Legendary Greek Hero. Famous Bearer: the Character in Oscar Wilde's Novel 'The Picture of Dorian Gray
Dorian  (English)
Descendant of Dorus. Dorian Was a Character in Oscar Wilde's Novel the Picture of Dorian Gray Who Was Given His Wish That His Portrait Would Age While He Remained Young and Handsome
Dorien  (English)
Descendant of Dorus. Dorian Was a Character in Oscar Wilde's Novel the Picture of Dorian Gray Who Was Given His Wish That His Portrait Would Age While He Remained Young and Handsome
Dorion  (English)
Descendant of Dorus. Dorian Was a Character in Oscar Wilde's Novel the Picture of Dorian Gray Who Was Given His Wish That His Portrait Would Age While He Remained Young and Handsome
Ern  (English)
Diminutive of Earnest: a Variant Spelling of the German Earnest, Meaning Serious Determined, Earnestness or Vigor, from the Old German Ernust. Famous Bearer: the Hero of Oscar Wilde's Comedy 'The Impo
Ernestine  (English)
Feminine Form of Earnest: a Variant Spelling of the German Earnest, Meaning Serious Determined, Earnestness or Vigor, from the Old German Ernust. Famous Bearer: the Hero of Oscar Wilde's Comedy 'The I
Oke  (Hawaiian)
Form of Oscar
Ossie  (English)
Diminutive of Oscar: Divine Spear; God's Spear. Famous Bearer: Poet Oscar Wilde (-), Who Was Put on Trial and Imprisoned for Homosexuality
Ossy  (English)
Diminutive of Oscar: Divine Spear; God's Spear. Famous Bearer: Poet Oscar Wilde (-), Who Was Put on Trial and Imprisoned for Homosexuality
Oszkar  (Hungarian)
Hungarian Form of Oscar 'Leaping Warrior'

Additional Names

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