Names: letter p

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PaavoBoyFinnishFinnish form of Paul.
PabloBoySpanishSmall. Spanish form of Paul.
PacificaGirlLatinCalm. Also after the Pacific Ocean.
PacificoBoySpanish from LatinPeaceful.
PackardBoyOld Englishone who packs.
PacoBoyNative AmericanGold eagle. Also a Spanish nickname of Francis.
PaddyBoyLatinNoble, wellborn. From the name Patrick.
PadgetBoyFrenchA young attendant or page.
PadgettBoyFrenchA young attendant or page.
PadmaGirlSanskritA lotus.
PadraigBoyIrish GaelicNoble, wellborn.
PadruigBoyScottish GaelicNoble, wellborn.
PageUnisexFrenchA young attendant or page.
PahniroBoyLatinBorn on Palm Sunday.
PaigeUnisexOld English/FrenchA young child. French: A young attendant or page.
PaineBoyOld FrenchA countryman.
PakiBoyEgyptiana witness.
PalaniBoyHawaiianA free man.
PalilaGirlHawaiianA bird.
PallasGirlGreekKnowledge and wisdom.
PalmaGirlLatinA Palm tree. Also the name of a town in Majorca.
PalmerBoyOld EnglishA palm-bearing pilgrim.
PalomaGirlSpanish from LatinA dove.
PaltiBoyHebrewmy escape.
PamelaGirlEnglishA name invented by the 16th-century poet Sir Philip Sidney, possibly based on the Greek word for sweetness or honey.
PanchoBoySpanishTuft, plume.
PancrasBoyGreekAll-powerful. The name of an early saint.
PancrazioBoyItaliansupreme ruler, all powerful.
PandoraGirlGreekAll-gifted, talented. A figure from Greek mythology.
PangariGirlAboriginalA shadow, or of the soul.
PaniaGirlMaoriA mythological sea-maiden.
PannaGirlHungarianGrace, or favoured by God. Form of Anne.
PanosBoyGreeka rock.
PansyGirlOld FrenchThoughts. Also the name of a flower.
PantheaGirlGreekAll of the gods.
PantxikeGirlLatinfree.
PanyaGirlLatin, Swahilicrowned with laurel; mouse, small child.
PaolaGirlItalianSmall. Feminine form of Paul.
PaoloBoyItalianItalian form of Paul. Small.
PapillonGirlFrenchbutterfly.
ParisBoyGreekA character in Greek mythology.
ParisaGirlPersianangelic face.
ParkBoyOld EnglishFrom the park.
ParkerBoyOld EnglishThe park-keeper.
ParkinBoyOld EnglishLittle Peter. A stone or rock.
ParlanBoyGaelicploughman, farmer.
ParnellaGirlOld FrenchA little rock. Also see Peta and Petronel.
ParrBoyOld EnglishA dweller by the cattle pen.
ParriBoyAboriginalA stream.
ParrishBoyOld EnglishFrom the church parish.


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