Meaning : Mainly used in Russian, Scaandinavian and Slavic countries, the name Olga is known to mean 'holy' amd 'blessed'., Holy,
Pronunciation : OL-gah (Russian), AWL-gah (German, Polish) , (OL-gah), OL gah,
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Numerology information Olga:
Name Number: 8 Meaning: Outer, Body, Physical, Ambition, Power, Progress, Career, Success, Respect, Fame, Means, Karma
Additional information Olga:
Feminine form of Oleg. Olga Korbut, Olympic gymnast.
Olga is a variant of the Old Norse feminine name Helga, which is mainly found in Russia. Saint Olga was a Russian Saint and many take the name after her. The name in its various forms has long been popular across Scandinavia. The Old Norse name is said to mean ‘Holy’.
Russian form of HELGA. The Varangians brought it from Scandinavia to Russia. The 10th-century Saint Olga was the wife of Igor I, Grand Prince of Kievan Rus (a state based around the city of Kiev). Following his death she ruled as regent for her son for 18 years. After she was baptized in Constantinople she attempted to convert her subjects to Christianity.
Definition funny of Olga:
A gorgeous Russian woman, she's kind, always thinks of other poeple. You will be lucky to meet an olga sometime in your life. She will be the most attractive, nicest and bootylicious person you have ever met, you will never want to let her go. Olga is simply the sex.
Mom: Hey son, do you have a girl freind yet? Son: No, but i like this girl in school, she's so hot, smart and funny. Mom: Oh I know the type, the Olga. Son: Yep, damn.
Scandinavian name meaning "light" or "holly", was popular in Europe early 20th century, still very common in Slavic countries like Russia, Ukraine, Belarus. Latin countries adopted this name also, most likely after watching Russian movies like Doctor Zhivago. Olga is usually intelligent, shy person, slim, tall.
That Olga girl is nice.
Olga is female name popular in Eastern Europe and Latin America. Name originates from Scandinavian "Helga". To Kievan Russ (Ukraine now) was brought with invited Scandinavian Princes around 500-600 AD. But became popular around introduction of Christianity around 900 AD. Well-known is Princess Olga, grandmother of Prince Volodymyr the Great (the one who made Christianity Official State Religion). She was the first Christian Princess in Kievan Russ, big fan of books and education. I believe, she was the single cause of popularity of the name in Slavic countries. Not many people new she wasn't from noble family, but a daughter of ferryman. She driving paddle ferry across the Dnipro River and that is there Prince Igor spotted her. She had many sons. After her husband was killed during tax ride, she rudelly punished his killers and sorely ruled country until her oldest son Sviatoslav reached adolescence and was closely supervising state offers until very old age. Stereotypically, attributes of this great princess are applied to all Olgas. Name is particularly popular among Ukrainian Diaspora. There are also male name Olga in use in Turkey
Olha (Ukraine), Olga (Russian speaking countries, Poland, Latin America), Olia, Olichka, Olyunia, Olka, Olana.
Derived from Old Scandinavian and means 'holy'. Commonly used name in Ukrainian and Russian.
Songs about Olga:
Olga - Harry Belafonte
Social Soft Shoe (Partying At Olga's) (Album Version) by Wynton Marsalis from the Album Tune In Tomorrow... The Original Soundtrack
Los Tamalitos de Olga by Orquesta Aragon from the Album Estrellas de Cuba: Orquesta Aragon, Vol. 1
Carita Linda Feat Olga Tañon by Grupo Mania from the Album Se Pego La Mania
Olga (Black September) by Aztec Two-Step from the Album Cause & Effect
Lo Que Te Toca [feat. Olga Tañon] by Gloria Trevi from the Album Una Rosa Blu (Deluxe Edition)
Mount Olga by Lord Kitchener from the Album Love in the Cemetery
Como Olvidar (In the Style of Olga Tañon) [Performance Track with Demonstration Vocals] by Done Again from the Album Como Olvidar (In the Style of Olga Tañon) [Performance Track with Demonstration Vocals]
Books about Olga:
Olga - A Daughter's Tale by Marie Campbell (Jan 5, 2014)
Olga - The O.K. Way to a Healthy, Happy Life by Olga Kotelko (Apr 25, 2014)
Olga's Cookbook I and II: A Collection of Authentic Ukrainian Recipes by Evelyn J Biluk and Olga Biluk (Mar 4, 2014)
Olga the Cloud by Nicoletta Costa (Jul 1, 2014)
Olga: The O.K. Way to a Healthy, Happy Life by Olga Kotelko (Apr 30, 2014)
Olga's Cookbook II: A Collection of Authentic Ukrainian Recipes by Olga Biluk (Jan 7, 2013)
Olga's Cookbook: A Collection of Authentic Ukrainian Recipes by Olga Biluk (Mar 14, 2012)
Movies about Olga:
Virtuoso: The Olga Samaroff Story 2013 Unrated - Runtime: 1 hr 1 min Starring: William Corbett-Jones, Yi-An Chou, et al. Directed by: Wendy Slick and Donna S. Kline
Hey Arnold!: Season 1 2011 NR - Runtime: 7 hrs 30 mins Starring: Francesca Smith, Jamil Walker Smith, et al.
Sol de Noche, La Historia De Olga Y Luis (A Gleam In The Dark) 2008 NR - Runtime: 1 hr 18 mins Starring: Olga Aredez Directed by: Pablo Milstein and Noberto Ludin
Olga's House of Shame / Olga's Dance Hall Girls / White Slaves of Chinatown 2012 NR - Runtime: 3 hrs 18 mins Starring: Audrey Campbell, Rickey Bell, Gil Adams, et al. Directed by: Joseph P. Mawra
Olga's Girls 2005 Unrated - Runtime: 1 hr 10 mins Starring: Audrey Campbell, Dolly Simmons, et al. Directed by: Joseph P. Mawra
Olga - Runtime: 2 hrs 20 mins Directed by: Jayme Monjardim
Olga Neuwirth: Music for Films 2009 NR - Runtime: 2 hrs 55 mins
Wiki information Olga:
Saint Olga was a ruler of Kievan Rus' as regent for her son, Svyatoslav.
Grand Duchess Olga Constantinovna of Russia, later Queen Olga of the Hellenes, was the wife of King George I of Greece and, briefly in 1920, regent of Greece. A member of the Romanov dynasty, she was the daughter of Grand Duke Constantine...