|Gender||👩🧑 Boy And Girl|
|Number in U.S||👶 7,000|
|Rate in 2021||14758|
|Name origin||🌍 American|
"Ocie" is a beautiful name for boys And girls that has American origin. Meaning of the name Ocie is: "Sweet".
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My great-grandfather (1889) was known by O.C.. My grandfather changed the initials to Ocie for his son, my uncle(1974). And 3 days ago the name was passed down to my grandson(2014). Proud family name'simply for the great men who've borne it.
Ocie is my name. People always say "Wow" cool name. I have not heard that before. I like my name but I would like to find out what it means.... Some people say...."Ocie?" "My great aunt name is Ocie." Or..."My grandfather's name was Ocie." By the way, I am from Alabama too--but I am not old.
I associate Ocie with my grandfather; a WWIi'veteran and life long politician in a small country town.
My my name is Ocie I was named after my grandmother. Every one calls me Miss Ocie. I love my name and always have . People tell that its a pretty name and I look like an Ocie. So i guess thats a good thing.
My sister's name is Ocie we pronounce it ( OC).I never heard of it before she is only in her 20's.
My mother's name was Ocie. Everyone had great respect for her. Miss Ocie or Miss O was her name in the neighborhood. You must admit it is an unusual name--there was no one else around with the name Ocie that we were aware of. I just read in a book about an indian years ago whose name was Ocie Bluefeather. Ocie could be a Native American name. Also, I did not realize Ocie could be a name for a male or female. My mom originally was born in Georgia, but came to the'state of Maryland when she was 16. She died on June 11, 2016 at the age of 77.
My surname is O'Callaghan. As a nick-name I was given Ocie pronounced "Ocky". This came from the O'C at the beginning of O'Callaghan. I am from the Uk and did not know this was a "real" name.
my name is ocie and I love my name. I wish I knew were my name came from. oh ya I'm a female 25 yrs old.
My name is Ocie Bell, born in Texas 1960. Name for an Aunt born in Newberry SC who died as an infant. It took me a while to appreciate the beauty of my unique name. glad to read of so many other Ocie..Oh, I am female
I am helping a relative research her dad and his name was Ocie born in 1907, now deceased. Trying to find the origin and whether it is a nickname.
My grandfather, father, brother and nephew are named Ocie. I think it is a cool name. I have never met another one. In my opinion they are pretty cool men'too!
I'm an Ocie (pronounced O C with emphasis on the O). My father is an Ocie as was his father and I named my son Ocie as well. My family is from the'south (Louisiana) and I thought It'started as initials (O.C.) that'somehow became a name.
My name is Ocie. named after my uncle that died before my time. Named by my grandmother. didn't always like it but grew to appreciate it with great pride . I'm African American born in Oklahoma in 1979. didn't name any of my kids my name but wish I had. i've met two other people with the'same name. All female's.
In my family Ocie is derived from Osceola, the great Seminole Indian chief. The fact that this name comes up a lot in connection with Oklahoma, where many Seminoles were imprisoned after the tragic forced migration from GA, FL called - "The Trail of Tears," furthe's supports this notion. My friends call me "Oces" or "OC" or Ollie O. I did not like the name until I was old enough to appreciate the connection with Osceola; now I am very proud to be associated with such a determined and colorful people.And I think it helped me survive in Viet Nam, while many of my buddies hated the'swamps and jungles I thrived in them. Ollie Ocie
When i was a kid people used to make fun of my name. The most popular were Alfred Hitchcock and Alfie the alphabets cereal wonder dog. I'myself just went by Al most of my life or Alfie to my girl friend. But when i got older and had to write a resume or get business cards i I'mediately became Alfred. It looks great on paper and i am sure it got my foot in'the door a few times.
My father name is Ocie and I am trying to trace It's meaning and origin. He was born in Alabama in 1928. Does anyone have the answer to this?
my name is Ocie Dale and i was named after my dad! i have never met anyone with the'same name.. well except my dad! but i think it is a VERY Unique name i love my name and would never change it for the world! i just wish i knew the meaning of it!
I named my son Ocie. It was his dads name and his grandfather's name. They are originally from Ravens Croft tenn. It was a mining town that no longer exists. They said it was Cherokee but i can't find any info to substantiate the claim. Does anyone else out there of cherokee decent have this name?
I was named after my mother Ocie and my grandmother always said she was part indian but have no proof she was from Ky.I hated the name when I was young as the kids teased me but now I have come to appreciate it..I never asked my mother wher the name came from.
My Name is Ocie, born 1978, named after my Grandfather.
My Name is ocie Pronuced Ocee I just found out it come from an indian cheif named Osceola and it means running water
Occie is my name. I ran across this page looking for the meaning of my name. Maybe there is a connection to Osceola but I am not sure. My grandfather and father are named Occie but no one has ever been able to tell me the origin of my name. I have not run across anyone with the'same spelling. If there is any other information that anyone can provide I am sure that it will be a great help to those that visit this page.
i can only find that "Ocie" is a latin I cannot find its meaning.
I am a 60 yr old Cherokee mixed blood Native American female. My paternal grandmother, Ocie, was 1/2 Cherokee, and this is the name my Father chose for me. He told me that it was an Indian name, but as a child I did not use it due to the ridicule of ignorant and disrespectful people. When I became of age, and the "drums" were calling, I searched for my other Cherokee family, which I found. I am very proud of my name and heritage and I use my first name "Ocie" in every aspect of life. I am told today, that it is a beautiful and inter'sting name. In Native American, it means "Black drink Crier", and the most famous Osceola (Ocie), was a Seminole/Creek Chief. Wado, Ocie from KY
My Mother was Ocie Lee Ellen Usher. She was named after her father's initials, O.C. , Orrin Chandler Usher. Also a lady known to them was called Ocie. Ocie was born in 1925.
This is my name. I have bad experiences. The correct way to spell and pronounce it is bleeding obvious, yet non'theless people con'tantly mess it up. I HATE being BOB!!!
The German pronounciation is "Ah-nee-kah" German is somewhat a Scandinavian language they just pronounce their i's like a high e. So don't get all mad that people say it differenty. I know an Annika from Norway who pronounces it "Ahn-ick-kah" and I pronounce my name the German way (because my family is German). We've learned to not care how people say it.
Im researching my Indian roots, my grt grt grd mother was ociena called ocie...we were told she was Lumbee born in Ga. still searching....the man she married I have confI'med his Creek roots on the Guion miller rolls.
Ocie. Meaning running water. I am female. Like othe's pewhen I was in school. Some would kid me about the name. I now feel privileged to have the name."
My great-grandmother's name is spelled "Oca" but is pronounced "O-C". She told me that her father picked the name but misspelled it. This is the only place i've been able to find what I assume is the correct spelling. Does anyone know the origin of the name? i've been'told It's Native American. Any thoughts on spelling the name correctly (Ocie) or incorrectly (Oca) if I pass it on?
Hi I am an Asian male & my name is Ocie. Its actually a rare or rather unheard name in Asia. Whenever I introduce myself, people will find it very unusual. Its good to know that there are alot of Ocie around!! I have never met another Ocie before but I have made friends of the name Ocie in Facebook. :)