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noun - a fragrant oil
OTTO - Otto is a masculine German given name and a surname. It originates as an Old High German short form (variants Audo, Odo, Udo) of Germanic names begin...
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|The first 3 Holy Roman emperors, father, son & grandson, shared this name|
|Herr Bismarck knows this given name comes from a Germanic word meaning "rich"|
|In the 10th century 3 Holy Roman Emperors sported this palindromic name|
|This palindromic male given name comes from a Germanic word meaning "rich"|
|First name of the 19th century Prussian chancellor known for his "iron & blood"|
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|Variant of attar.|
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Otto is a masculine German given name and a surname. It originates as an Old High German|
* short form (variants Audo, Odo, Udo) of Germanic names beginning in aud-, an element meaning "wealth, prosperity".The name is recorded from the 7th century (Odo, son of Uro, courtier of Sigebert III). It was the name of three 10th-century German kings, the first of whom was Otto I the Great, the first Holy Roman Emperor, founder of the Ottonian dynasty.
* The Gothic form of the prefix was auda- (as in e.g. Audaþius), the Anglo-Saxon form was ead- (as in e.g. Eadmund), the Old Norse form was auð-.
* The given name Otis arose from an English surname, which was in turn derived from Ode, a variant form of Odo, Otto.
* Due to Otto von Bismarck, the given name Otto was strongly associated with the German Empire in the later 19th century.
* It was comparatively frequently given in the United States (presumably in German American families) during the 1880s to 1890s, remaining in the top 100 most popular masculine