Ottilie

Meaning : Rich,

Origin : German, Dutch,

Pronunciation : o-TEE-lee-ə  , OTT eh lee,

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Ottilie Expression, Ottilie Soul Urge, Ottilie Inner Dream

numerology

Numerology information Ottilie:

numerologyName Number: 9 Meaning: Divine, God, Goodness, Truth, Unconditional love, Gift, Free will, Ideal, Whole, Endless

additional

Additional information Ottilie:

additionalOttilie is a feminine name of German origin. It comes from the German masculine name Otto which is said to mean ‘Rich’. The name is not popular in English speaking countries and is found more across Germany and neighbouring countries.

additionalGerman form of ODILIA

urban

Definition funny of Ottilie:

urbanA dancer. Little, wealthy and wise warrior who rides the waves of life with an open heart and mind. Boombastic in nature and skibop in soul. The Ottilie will bring the best to every situation.

urbanIt was Ottilie amazing to be there. My favourite place would have to be Ottilie. Ottilie glad you're here.

songs

Songs about Ottilie:

songsAlles Gute XXL (Liebe Ottilie) by H. B. Day from the Album Alles Gute XXL - zum Geburtstag - Frauennamen mit O

songsGeburtstag Ottilie Karibische Birthday by Kiskadee from the Album Personalisierte Karibische Geburtstag Party Musik 7

songsIm weißen Rössl · Operette in 3 Akten (1988 - Remaster), Dritter Akt: Einlage 4: Was mein Herz zu sagen hat -... by Grit van Jüten/Peter Minich/Benno Hoffmann/Norbert Orth/Peter Kraus/Elke Schary/Hans Putz/Werner Singh/Chor des Bayerischen Rundfunks/Münchner Kinderchor/Münchner Rundfunkorchester/Willy Mattes/Anneli from the Album Benatzky: Im weißen Rössl [1988 - Remaster]

songsIm weißen Rössl · Operette in 3 Akten (1988 - Remaster), Dritter Akt: Erst wann's aus sein wird - Ein Veilchen... by Grit van Jüten/Peter Minich/Benno Hoffmann/Norbert Orth/Peter Kraus/Elke Schary/Hans Putz/Werner Singh/Chor des Bayerischen Rundfunks/Münchner Kinderchor/Münchner Rundfunkorchester/Willy Mattes/Anneli from the Album Benatzky: Im weißen Rössl [1988 - Remaster]

songsIm weißen Rössl · Operette in 3 Akten (1988 - Remaster), Dritter Akt: Laßt uns Champus trinken - Eine Kuh so wie... by Grit van Jüten/Peter Minich/Benno Hoffmann/Norbert Orth/Peter Kraus/Elke Schary/Hans Putz/Werner Singh/Chor des Bayerischen Rundfunks/Münchner Kinderchor/Münchner Rundfunkorchester/Willy Mattes/Anneli from the Album Benatzky: Im weißen Rössl [1988 - Remaster]

songsIm weißen Rössl · Operette in 3 Akten (1988 - Remaster), Erster Akt: Einlage 1: Die ganze Welt ist himmelblau... by Grit van Jüten/Peter Minich/Benno Hoffmann/Norbert Orth/Peter Kraus/Elke Schary/Hans Putz/Werner Singh/Chor des Bayerischen Rundfunks/Münchner Kinderchor/Münchner Rundfunkorchester/Willy Mattes/Anneli from the Album Benatzky: Im weißen Rössl [1988 - Remaster]

songsO Ottilie und Ottokar by Ludger Edelkötter from the Album Abc im Zirkuszelt

books

Books about Ottilie:

booksLove Across Color Lines: Ottilie Assing and Frederick Douglass by Maria Diedrich (Jun 1999)

booksOttilie und zwei Frauen: Novellen (German Edition) by Nino Bakanidze (Nov 21, 2013)

booksThe True Stories of Ottilie in Fairyland (Tales for Telling Book 9) by A. A. Strange (Feb 28, 2012)

booksOttilie: Webster's Timeline History, 1654 - 2006 by Philip M. Parker (Jun 3, 2008)

booksOttilie Wildermuths leben: Nach ihren eigenen aufzeichnungen zusammengestellt und ergänzt (German Edition) by Agnes. Willms (Jan 1, 1889)

booksOttilie Abrahams: passionate about education for liberation.(principal of Jacob Marengo Secondary School in Katutura... by Liz Frank (Aug 1, 2005)

booksOttilie Abrahams: an innovative educator.(PHENOMENAL WOMEN): An article from: Sister Namibia by Laura Sasman (Nov 9, 2012)

wiki

Wiki information Ottilie:

Ottilie Patterson
Blues Artist, Deceased Person, Person, Award Nominee, Musician, Person or entity appearing in film, Musical Artist

Ottilie Patterson was a Northern Irish blues singer best known for her performances and recordings with the Chris Barber Jazz Band in the late 1950s and early 1960s.

Ottilie Kafka
Deceased Person, Person, Disaster victim

Ottilie "Ottla" Kafka was the youngest sister of Franz Kafka. His favourite sister, she was probably also his closest relative and supported him in difficult times. Their correspondence was published as Letters to Ottla.