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Fictional Characters by Letter - O

Name these fictional characters whose names start with the letter O.
Based on their first name
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First submittedOctober 18, 2015
Last updatedOctober 18, 2015
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Hint
Character
Orphan who would like some
more porridge
Oliver Twist
King of the Norse gods
Odin
Dim-witted dog who lives with Garfield
Odie
Snowman from "Frozen"
Olaf
"Wise" animal friend of Winnie-the-Pooh
Owl
Hamlet tells her "get thee to a nunnery"
Ophelia
King of the faeries from
"A Midsummer Night's Dream"
Oberon
Also known as Ulysses
Odysseus
Belted constellation. A hunter
from Greek mythology
Orion
Hint
Character
Alias of the Penguin
Oswald Cobblepot
Leader of the Autobots
Optimus Prime
King of kings. Look upon his works,
ye mighty, and despair
Ozymandias
Teacher of Anakin Skywalker
Obi-Wan Kenobi
"Sesame Street" garbage can denizen
Oscar the Grouch
Moorish general. Namesake
of a Shakespeare play
Othello
Egyptian god of the dead
Osiris
Goldfinger's henchman with a
decapitating hat
Oddjob
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level 82
Oct 18, 2015
Schoolbus driver from the Simpsons?
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level 34
Aug 12, 2016
There is enough irritating Kids show characters as it is. No more, thank you
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level 71
Aug 12, 2016
You think the Simpsons is a kids' show?
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level 57
Aug 12, 2016
KIDS SHOW?!?!?!? Outrageous.
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level 60
Dec 31, 2016
Kids can enjoy it but you need to be an adult to get all the references.
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level 76
Oct 19, 2015
Alias of the real Penguin: Opus.
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level 76
Jul 6, 2016
Same thing I kept trying.
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level 34
Aug 12, 2016
How on earth to more people know some Garfield character or a bloody muppet 3x better than Cobblepot? One of the most iconic villains ever. I am happy that I didn't know those two. Ashamed that I could get Olaf but forget the Shakespeare ones though, I blame my younger sister.
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level 72
Aug 12, 2016
Really? We should all know some comic book character? I didn't like comic books 40 years ago and i still don't now that they are movies.
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level 42
Aug 12, 2016
I only got it because it allowed his surname as an answer, had no idea his first name was Oswald. Anyway The Penguin is far more obscure than Sesame Street.
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level 67
Aug 12, 2016
Never heard of Cobblepot or Prime........ I'm glad to say.
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level 61
Aug 26, 2019
You guys are really ashamed and glad about some weird things..
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level 82
Aug 12, 2016
Cobblepot is not an alias, it's the real name and Penguin is the alias, right? Or can the real name be an alias as well?
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level 76
Aug 12, 2016
I was assuming that Ozy-whatsit was some new superhero until I googled it. Embarrassed to learn it was from a Shelley sonnet. Missed that one somehow in lit class.
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level 66
Aug 31, 2016
It is also a comics character, both from Watchmen and in Marvel's mainline universe.
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level 58
Aug 12, 2016
A quick check on wikipedia, it actually says Anubis is the god of the dead. Anubis: God of funerals, death, the dead and the afterlife. Osiris: God of the afterlife, death, life, and resurrection. After further research a more accurate wording of the question would be "Egyptian god of the underworld". Most sites I've looked at list Osiris more as ruler/god of the underworld than god of the dead.
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level 24
Aug 14, 2016
Good thing Osiris was accepted because he was the only one I could think of. Would never have guessed Anubis.
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level 61
Mar 5, 2017
Anubis = Ol' Jackel-face.
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level 66
Aug 16, 2016
Ozymandias was a real person. It's another name for Ramesses II.
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level 61
Mar 5, 2017
100% with 2:40 left. It's not often I get them all right, but when I do, I must celebrate.
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level 62
Nov 16, 2017
Had no idea what an Autobot was...
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level 41
Jan 31, 2018
Odysseus and Ozymandias were real people. Of course, the Odyssey didn't happen, and the Odysseus presented in that tale is a fictionalised version of the real king, but with Ozymandias there is no excuse. Ozymandias is another name for Rameses II. The Shelley poem doesn't fictionalise anything about him.
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level 69
May 13, 2019
What, please, is fictional about Odin?