Other Origin(s):Hawaiian, Irish, Latin
Meaning:Of Ula; Little bear; Red, scarlet; Apples
A respelling of Ula, Oola is a modern take on an age-old title with origins that span the globe. Small but worldly, feminine Oola means “little bear” as a Polish name, inspired by the Latin Ursula. Its Hawaiian roots grant Oola the meanings “red” or “scarlet” for a name infused with love and passion. Oola’s Irish connection links it to the word úlla, the plural for “apples.” Present in many Celtic tales, the apple often symbolizes rebirth and immortality, and its wood was used for druid wands. No matter which origin calls to you, baby Oola will carry a multi-legacy appellation worthy of their remarkable selves.
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