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FOR REAL: Olivia was first coined by William Shakespeare for his play Twelfth Night. He may have meant it as a feminine form of Oliver, or have based it on the word Olive. He may also have been influenced by the medieval name Oliva (which means 'olive'), though it had fallen out of use by Shakespeare's time.

diminutives: Olli, Livi, Liv, Libby (rare)

related names: Oliver