Olga
Origin/Usage
Old Norse
Pronunciation
AWL-gah
Meaning
Divine woman
More info about the name "Olga"

Olga is a Russian variant of Helga. Helga originates in Old Norse language and means "divine woman". It is a feminine form of Helge. Helga is a very popular name in Scandinavian countries and Germany, in the United States it has never gained popularity. Olga was the name of several saints and it has always been a popular feminine given name among royalty in Russia.

Popularity of the Name Olga
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Famous Olgas

Olga Soukharnova - Member of the National Women's Basketball Hall of Fame
Olga Arias - writer
Olga Broumas - writer
Olga Costa - Mexican artist
Olga Fastrova - writer
Olga Guerra - published author
Olga Humphrey - writer
Olga Meyer - writer
Olga Orozco - writer
Olga Fonda - actress

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