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Possibly derived from the Baltic thunder god Perkunas or even Chistian Saint Peter.
-- isilmire  3/28/2007
Isn't this a variant of Pekka (Peter)?
-- carenmuffin  8/15/2007
In ancient finnish and estonian mythology, Pekko (also written as Pecko or Pellonpecko) was the god of crops and ale, and also of song and poetry. Word comes from ancient germanic word 'beggwa', meaning 'barley'.
-- Ohdannes  12/5/2012

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