William Shakespeare is credited with inventing the name for the rich heiress wooed by a duke in his play, "Twelfth Night" possibly taken from the Latin word "oliva" which means "olive." The name was influenced during the 1970s by Australian singer and actress Olivia Newton-John and first entered the top 100 in 1990.
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