Coined by Shakespeare in the play “Twelfth Night,” Olivia has origins from the Latin language. The name is the feminine version of Oliver and is likely derived from the Latin word ''oliva,'' meaning olive. Olivia is typically understood to mean "peace" and can be translated to mean "olive tree." This trendy name is rapidly growing in popularity within the United States, Canada, and England.
Similar Names: Alivia, Livvy, Olive, Olyvia
Famous Olivia Names: Olivia Newton John (actress), Olivia Wilde (actress)