Other Origin(s):Irish, Norse
Meaning:Spear of the gods; Friend of the deer
Osker is a masculine name with Old English, Irish, and Old Norse origins, acting as a creative respelling of Oscar or Oskar. Coming from names like Osgar and Ásgeirr, it translates to “spear of the gods,” and is a lovely choice to inspire your little one’s fierce fighting spirit. If you can sense baby has a more gentle, nature-loving side, Osker also has Irish roots, translating to “friend of the deer.” Like the deer, baby has so much potential to grow into their antlers and transform from a gentle fawn to a mighty stag or doe. No matter what baby’s biggest strengths are, the name Osker can always inspire them to lead the charge.
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