Submitted Names Starting with P

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Pintyőke f Hungarian (Modern, Rare)
Derived from Hungarian pinty "finch".
Pinuccia f Italian, Sardinian
Diminutive of Pina ultimately a short form of Giuseppa, Giuseppina or Filippa.
Pinuccio m Medieval Italian, Italian
Diminutive of Pino, as -uccio is an Italian masculine diminutive suffix.... [more]
Pinutxa f Sardinian
Diminutive of Giosepa.
Pinutzu m Sardinian
Diminutive of Giosepe.
Pinyas m Mordvin
Derived from Erzya пине (pine) meaning "dog".
Pioch m Kashubian
Diminutive of Pioter.
Piöel m Vilamovian
Vilamovian form of Paul.
Pioel m Vilamovian
Vilamovian form of Paul.
Piolo m Filipino
The Sound of PAOLO and The Famous Philippine Actor Piolo Pascual......
Piominko m Chickasaw
Means "leader and war prophet" in Chickasaw. From the Chickasaw hopaya "war prophet" and minko "leader".
Pioneer m English
From the English word pioneer, "one who is first or among the earliest".
Pioni f Finnish
Means "peony" in Finnish.
Pioter m Kashubian
Kashubian form of Peter.
Piotra f Polish
Feminine form of Piotr.
Piotrak m Medieval Polish
Diminutive of Piotr.
Piotran m Medieval Polish
Diminutive of Piotr.
Piotrek m Polish
Diminutive of Piotr.
Piotro m Medieval Polish
Diminutive of Piotr.
Piotruś m Polish
Diminutive of Piotr.
Piotrusza f Medieval Polish
Medieval Polish feminine form of Piotr.
Piotyr m Medieval Polish
Medieval Polish variant of Piotr.
Pip f Dutch
Diminutive of Pippa.
Pîpa f Greenlandic
Meaning unknown.
Pipa f Portuguese
Diminutive of Filipa and Felipa.
Pipacs f Hungarian
Means "poppy flower" in hungarian
Pipay f Filipino, Tagalog
Variant of Pepay.
Pîpe f Greenlandic
Greenlandic form of Bibi.
Pipe m Spanish
Diminutive of Felipe and Juan Felipe.
Pipeloluwa f & m Yoruba
Means "God is perfect" in Yoruba.
Pipi f Maori (Rare)
Maori form of Phoebe.
Pipi f Japanese
From Japanese 比 (pi) meaning "the Philippines" combined with 々, a phonetic character indicting a duplication of the beginning kanji. Other kanji combinations are possible.
Pipia f Portuguese
Diminutive of Sofia.
Pipilotti f Popular Culture
Variant of Pippilotta borne by Swiss visual artist Elisabeth Charlotte "Pipilotti" Rist (1962-).
Pipinas m Lithuanian
Lithuanian form of Pepin.
Pipo m Portuguese
Diminutive of Filipe and Felipe.
Pipoy m Filipino, Tagalog, Cebuano
Diminutive of Peter and Paul.
Pippijn m Dutch
Dutch form of Pippin.
Pippilotta f Literature
Invented by Swedish author Astrid Lindgren for the heroine of her children's novel 'Pippi Långstrump' (1945). It is composed of Swedish pippi "bird" combined with the name Lotta.
Pippo m Italian
Diminutive form of Filippo or less frequently of Giuseppe.
Pippy f English
Diminutive of Philippa.
Pipsa f Finnish
Diminutive of Pirkko, Pirjo and other feminine names beginning with p. This is also the Finnish name of Peppa Pig (Pipsa Possu) and Peppermint Patty from Peanuts (Piparminttu-Pipsa).
Pique m American (Hispanic)
Transferred use of the surname Piqué.... [more]
Pir m Bosnian, Croatian
Bosnian and Croatian form of Pyrrhus.
Piramus m Romani
Variant of Pyramus.
Piran m Persian, Georgian (Rare), Literature
Derived from the Persian adjective پیر (pir) meaning "old, aged, ancient" combined with the Persian suffix ان (-an).... [more]
Pirate m & f English (Rare)
From the English word pirate, from Latin pirata, from Greek peiratēs, from peirein ‘to attempt, attack’ (from peira ‘an attempt’).
Pirdaus m Indonesian, Malay (Rare)
Indonesian and Malay form of Firdaus.
Pire f & m Mapuche, Literature
From Mapudungun pire meaning "snow, hail" (compare Piren, derived from the verb).... [more]
Pírea f Hungarian
Cognate of Pyrena, meaning "fiery woman".
Piren f Mapuche
From Mapudungun verb piren meaning "to snow, hail" (compare Pire, derived from the noun).
Pirena f Filipino
From the Phillipine fantasy television series "Encantadia".
Pirene f Greek Mythology
Ancient Greek feminine name meaning "of the osiers".
Pirgit f Estonian
Estonian variant of Birgit.
Pirihira f Maori
Maori form of Priscilla.
Pirimtvarisa f Literature, Georgian (Rare)
Means "face of the moon" in Georgian. It is derived from the Georgian noun პირი (piri) meaning "face" as well as "mouth" (see Okropir) combined with Georgian მთვარის (mtvaris), which is the genitive of the noun მთვარე (mtvare) meaning "moon".... [more]
Pirimze f Georgian
Basically means "sun-faced" in Georgian. It is derived from the Georgian noun პირი (piri) meaning "face" as well as "mouth" (see Okropir) combined with the Georgian noun მზე (mze) meaning "sun" (see Mzia).... [more]
Pirimzisa f Literature, Georgian (Rare)
Means "face of the sun" in Georgian. It is derived from the Georgian noun პირი (piri) meaning "face" as well as "mouth" (see Okropir) combined with Georgian მზის (mzis), which is the genitive of the noun მზე (mze) meaning "sun".... [more]
Pırıs f Khakas
Means "cat" in Khakas.
Pirit f Hungarian (Rare)
Old Hungarian variant of Piros.
Pirita f Finnish
Variant of Birgitta.
Pirithous m Greek Mythology
The sworn friend of Theseus. Pirithous helped Theseus abduct Helen of Troy before she was married. (She would later be taken again by Paris, initiating the Trojan War, etc.) Thesues returned the favor by journeying with his friend to the Underworld in an attempt to win the affections of Persephone, Hades' captive bride... [more]
Pirja f Finnish, Estonian
Variant of Pirjo.
Pirje f Estonian
Variant of Pirjo.
Pirkitta f Finnish
Finnish form of Birgitta.
Pirkka m Finnish
Created by Finnish poet Eino Leino (1878-1926) for his poem Orjan poika (published in his poem collection Helkavirsiä). The name was derived from Finnish word pirkkalaiset, meaning "Birkarls"... [more]
Piron m Mormon
A name found on the plates from the Brewer Cave and translated by a Native American. The short history told of a man named Piron who sailed across the sea. Mormon archaeologists associate this name with Jared from the Book of Mormon.
Pironkon m African
A word for pig from the Maroon people. Derived from the term 'a rasher of bacon'.
Piros f Hungarian (Rare)
Old Hungarian name derived from Hungarian piros "red", originally referring to rosy cheeks or red hair. More recently, however, it is also used as a hypocoristic of Piroska.
Pîroz f Kurdish
Means "holy, sacred" in Kurdish.
Pirrmangka f Indigenous Australian, Pintupi
Of Australian Aboriginal origin (Pintupi, to be precise), the meaning of this name is not yet known to me at the moment. A known bearer of this name was Pirrmangka Napanangka (c. 1945-2001), an Australian Aboriginal painter who also happened to be the sister of fellow painter Walangkura Napanangka (b... [more]
Pirro m Italian, Spanish, Portuguese, Albanian
Italian, Spanish, Portuguese and Albanian form of Pyrrhus.
Pirrs m Latvian
Latvian form of Pyrrhus.
Pirşeng f Kurdish
Derived from Kurdish pirîsk meaning "spark".
Pirtinaci m Sicilian
Sicilian form of Pertinax.
Piruza f Armenian
Armenian form of Fayruz.
Pisandre m French
French form of Peisander.
Pisandro m Italian, Spanish
Italian and Spanish form of Peisander.
Pisandros m Ancient Greek
Most likely a variant of Peisandros. But if not, then this name is possibly derived from the Greek noun πῖσος (pisos) meaning "meadow, dell" combined with Greek ἀνδρός (andros) meaning "of a man".
Pisces m & f Astronomy
The name of the zodiacal constellation supposedly shaped like a pair of fish, derived from the plural form of Latin piscis meaning "fish". This is the name of the twelfth sign of the zodiac.
Piscine m Literature
Pi's full name (from 'Life of Pi') is Piscine Molitor Patel and it means "swimming pool" in French.
Piseĸ f Greenlandic
Greenlandic name meaning '(Greenlandic) song'.
Pisenor m Greek Mythology (Latinized)
Latinized form of Peisenor. This is the name of several characters in Greek mythology, one of which is one of the many suitors of Penelope.
Piseq f Greenlandic
Younger form of Piseĸ.
Piseth m Khmer
Means "rare, magnificent, great" in Khmer.
Pisey f & m Khmer
Pishak m Albanian
Means "pine, pine grove" in Albanian.
Pishoy m Coptic
Apparently means "elevated, high, lofty" in Coptic. This name was borne by a Coptic saint from the 5th century AD.
Pishtare f Albanian
From the Albanian pishtar meaning "torch" or "torch-bearer".
Pisidice f Greek Mythology (Latinized)
Latinized form of Peisidike. This name is borne by several characters in Greek mythology, most of whom are princesses.
Pišīn m Arabic
Variant of Pisinah.
Pisinah m Ancient Persian
Uncertain etymology.
Pisinoe f Greek Mythology (Latinized)
Latinized form of Peisinoe. In Greek mythology, this is the name of a siren.
Pisistratus m Ancient Greek (Latinized), Greek Mythology (Latinized)
Latinized form of Peisistratos. This name was borne by several ancient Greek rulers as well as by two characters in Greek mythology.
Pisit m Thai
Alternate transcription of Phisit.
Piške m Livonian, Medieval Baltic
Derived from Livonian piški "small, little".
Pissentica f Sardinian
Sardinian feminine diminutive of Vincent.
Pisti f Georgian (Archaic)
Georgian form of Pistis.
Pistol m English
From mid 16th century: from obsolete French pistole, from German Pistole, from Czech pišt'ala, of which the original meaning was ‘whistle’, hence ‘a firearm’ by the resemblance in shape.
Pit m Kashubian
Diminutive of Agapit.
Pita m Maori
Maori form of Peter.
Pita f Spanish
Diminutive of Guadalupe.
Pitágores m Asturian
Asturian form of Pythagoras.
Pitàgores m Catalan
Catalan form of Pythagoras.
Pitagoro m Esperanto
Esperanto form of Pythagoras.
Pitagoru m Corsican (Rare)
Corsican form of Pythagoras. This name is only used in reference to the Greek philosopher.
Pitaloka f Sundanese
the name of a sundanese princess in the past
Pitanu m Sardinian
Sardinian form of Sebastian.
Pitch m English
Diminutive of Pitcher.
Pitcher m English
Transferred use of the surname Pitcher.
Piteo m Spanish
Spanish form of Pittheus.
Piteu m Catalan, Portuguese
Catalan and Portuguese form of Pittheus.
Pîteur m Jèrriais
Jèrriais form of Peter.
Pitfey m Russian
Russian form of Pittheus.
Piti m Thai
Means "joyous, happy, cheery" in Thai.
Pitikwahanapiwiyin m Indigenous American, Cree
Means "pound maker" in Cree.
Pitirim m Russian
Russian form of the late Greek masculine name Pithyrion, which is possibly derived from Greek πίτυρον (pituron) or (pityron) meaning "husks of corn, bran" - which itself is derived from Greek πίτυρα (pitura) or (pityra) meaning "bran"... [more]
Pito m Spanish
Diminutive of Jose.
Pitoy m Filipino, Tagalog
Diminutive of Agapito.
Pitrareddu m Corsican
Diminutive of Petru.
Pitrina f Corsican
Diminutive of Petra.
Pitrunedda f Corsican
Diminutive of Petra.
Pitsa f Greenlandic
Greenlandic form of Bita.
Pitschen m Romansh
Derived from Romansh il pitschen "the little one; the small one". This name is traditionally found in the Engadine valley in southeast Switzerland.
Pitse f Greenlandic
Greenlandic form of Bitte.
Pitseolak m & f Inuit
Famous bearer: Inuit artist Pitseolak Ashoona.
Pitsi f Greenlandic
Greenlandic younger form of Pitse.
Pitt m English (Rare)
From an English surname which originally belonged to a person who lived by a pit or hollow (from Middle English pytte, pitte). A fictional bearer was Sir Pitt Crawley in William Makepeace Thackeray's satirical novel 'Vanity Fair' (1848), a character apparently named in honour of the 18th-century British statesman William Pitt, nicknamed "The Great Commoner" (for whom the U.S. city of Pittsburgh was also named).
Pitt m Luxembourgish
Variant of Pit.
Pitteo m Italian
Italian form of Pittheus.
Pitthée m French
French form of Pittheus.
Pittheus m Greek Mythology
The meaning of this name as a whole is not entirely certain. The second element is certainly derived from Greek θεος (theos) "god". The first element, however, is where the uncertainty lies... [more]
Pituaĸ m Greenlandic
Means "only child" in Greenlandic.
Pituaq m Greenlandic
Greenlandic younger form of Pituaĸ.
Pitusa f Galician
Diminutive of Pilar.
Pity m & f Medieval English
Meaning, "the feeling of sorrow and compassion caused by the suffering and misfortunes of others."
Pityafinwë m Literature
Means "little Finwë". In Tolkien's Legendarium this is the father-name of Amrod.
Pitynyl m Selkup
Means "the bottom of the nest" in Selkup. This is usually given to the youngest child.
Pitys f Greek Mythology
Derived from Greek πίτυς (pitys) meaning "pine". In Greek mythology, this was the name of an Oread nymph who was changed into a pine tree by the gods.
Piu m Sicilian, Sardinian
Sicilian and Sardinian form of Pius.
Pival m Marathi
Means "tree" in Marathi.
Pivik f & m Greenlandic
Means "true, real" in Greenlandic.
Pivínguaĸ f & m Greenlandic
Greenlandic name with the combination of Pivik and suffix -nnguaq "sweet, dear".
Pivinnguaq f & m Greenlandic
Greenlandic younger form of Pivínguaĸ.
Pivo m Spanish
Diminutive of Primitivo.
Piwke f & m Mapuche
From Mapudungun piwke meaning "heart."
Pïws m Welsh
Welsh form of Pius.
Pixel m Popular Culture
The name of a character in the children's show LazyTown. His name is derived from the word pixel, meaning "picture element". In the show LazyTown, Pixel is a 10-year-old who loves computers, technology and gadgets... [more]
Pixie f English (Rare)
From pixie, referring to a playful sprite or elf/fairy-like creature, originating from Devon and Cornwall. It may also be formed from the same format as Dixie and Nixie.
Piy m Bulgarian, Russian, Ukrainian
Bulgarian, Russian and Ukrainian form of Pius.
Piya m & f Thai
Derived from Thai ปิย (piya) meaning "dear, beloved". The spelling ปิยะ is typically only masculine while ปิยา is only feminine.
Piyabut m & f Thai
From Thai ปิย (piya) meaning "dear, beloved" and บุตร (but) meaning "child, offspring".
Piyachai m Thai
From Thai ปิย (piya) meaning "dear, beloved" and ชัย (chai) meaning "victory".
Piyanuch f Thai
Alternate transcription of Piyanut.
Piyanut f Thai
From Thai ปิย (piya) meaning "dear, beloved" and อนุช (anuch) meaning "(younger) sister".
Piyarasami f Thai
A Thai name
Piyarat f & m Thai
From Thai ปิย (piya) meaning "dear, beloved" and รัตน์ (rat) meaning "gem, jewel".
Piyasak m Thai
From Thai ปิย (piya) meaning "dear, beloved" and ศักดิ์ (sak) meaning "power, honour".
Piyawan f Thai
From Thai ปิย (piya) meaning "dear, beloved" and วรรณ (wan) meaning "colour, tint".
Piyozgul f Uzbek
Means "lily" in Uzbek.
Piyush m Indian
Sanskrit, meaning Nectar
Pizchine f Circassian
Derived from pizch meaning "sloe, blackthorn" and ne meaning "eye".
Pizente m Sardinian
Sardinian form of Vincent.
Pizystrat m Polish (Rare, Archaic), Ancient Greek (Polonized, Archaic)
Polonised form of Peisistratos, an archaic Athenian tyrant.
Pjär m Swedish
Variant of Pierre.
Pjatro m Belarusian
Variant transcription of Piatro.
Pjetur m Icelandic
Icelandic variant spelling of Pétur.
Pjotr m Estonian
Estonian transcription of Russian Пётр (see Pyotr).
Pjotrs m Latvian
Latvian borrowing of Pyotr.
Pkar f Khmer
Means "flower" in Khmer.
Pkaypreak m Khmer
From the Khmer name of the star Sirius.
Pkharmat m Caucasian Mythology
Means "creator of the nation, language, or land". Pkharmat is a Demi-God (Nart) and legendary hero to the Vainakh (Chechen and Ingush) people who stole fire from the god Sela and brought it to mankind and ultimately led to the people forming a nation... [more]
Placëda f Kashubian
Kashubian form of Placida.
Placentius m Medieval Spanish, Medieval Italian
Derived from Latin placentius "pleasing, satisfying, giving pleasure".
Placi m Romansh
Romansh form of Placidus.
Plàcid m Catalan
Catalan form of Placidus (see Placido).
Placidas m Lithuanian
Lithuanian form of Placido.
Placidia f Late Roman, English (African, Rare), English (Puritan)
Feminine form of Placidius, which was a derivative of the Latin cognomen Placidus.
Plàcidu m Sicilian
Sicilian form of Placidus.
Placinda f Hungarian
Cognate of Placida, meaning "quiet, calm".
Placite f Norman
Norman feminine form of Placidus.
Placyd m Polish, Kashubian
Polish and Kashubian form of Placidus.
Plaek m Thai
Means "strange, unusual" in Thai. A notable bearer was Plaek Phibunsongkhram (1897-1964), who served as the prime minister of Thailand from 1948 to 1957.
Plaloma f Thai (Rare)
Means "dolphin, porpoise" in Thai.
Plam m Serbian
From Serbian плам (plam) meaning "flame".
Plamedie f French (African), African, Congolese
Derives from the French phrase plan merveilleux de Dieu meaning "God's wonderful plan".
Płamen m Polish
Polish form of Plamen.
Płamena f Polish
Polish form of Plamena.
Plamena f Serbian, Bulgarian
From South Slavic пламен (plamen) meaning “flame, blaze, fire".
Planchet m Literature
This is a character from the book The Three Musketeers by Alexandre Dumas.
Planetty f Literature
Elaboration of the word planet. This is the name of an alien princess in Ruth Plumly Thompson's novel ''The Silver Princess in Oz'' (1938).
Plasença f Occitan (Rare)
Derived from the French commune located in Aquitaine, Occitania. The name of the city comes from the motto given by its founder, King Alfonso VIII of Castile on the shield awarded to it: ut placeat Deo et hominibus, meaning "to please God and man".... [more]
Plasñí f Romani (Caló)
Directly taken from Caló plasñí "white", this name is used as the Caló form of Blanca.
Plata f Spanish (Rare)
means “silver” in Spanish.
Platão m Portuguese
Portuguese form of Plato.
Platina f Hungarian
Means "platinum" in hungarian.
Plató m Catalan
Catalan form of Plato.
Platón m Galician, Spanish
Galician and Spanish form of Plato.
Platonas m Lithuanian
Lithuanian form of Plato.
Platone m Italian
Italian form of Plato.
Platoni m Georgian (Rare)
Older Georgian form of the Greek name Platon (see Plato). This name is quite rare in Georgia nowadays, as Platon is now the dominant form in Georgia.
Platonida f Russian, Medieval Romanian
Feminine form of the Russian name Platon. This is the name of a character in Ivan Turgenev's final story, 'Clara Milich.' Platonida Ivanovna Aratova is the aunt of the protagonist Yakov.
Platoon m Dutch (Rare)
Dutch form of Platon.
Platosha f Russian
The common nickname form of the name Platonida.
Platt m English
Transferred use of the surname Platt.
Platya m Hebrew
Hebrew variant of Pelatiah.
Platya m Russian
Diminutive of Platon.
Plautilla f Late Roman
Latin feminine diminutive of Plautus.... [more]
Plautus m Ancient Roman, Ancient Roman (Anglicized)
Roman cognomen possibly meaning either "flat-footed" or "flat-eared" in Latin.... [more]
Plava f Serbian
From Serbian плав (plav) meaning "blue" but it is used to denote a "blonde haired" person such as in this case. This is because the word had an ancient meaning of "shining, bright" from which the sense of "blonde haired" comes from and later it came about to mean "blue".
Plavka f American (Rare)
In the case of American singer Plavka Coleridge (née Lonich) the name was derived from a Croatian worn meaning "blondie". It is not used as a name in Croatia.
Plaxico m African American
Unknown meaning or origin.... [more]
Plazidia f Basque
Basque form of Placidia.
Plazído m Aragonese
Aragonese form of Placido.
Pleasant f & m English (Puritan, Rare)
Directly taken from the English word, which is derived from Anglo-Norman plaisant "delightful" and ultimately from Latin placens "pleasing; agreeable".... [more]
Plectrud f Ancient Germanic
Variant spelling of Blictrud.
Plectrude f Ancient Germanic, French, History
Variant of Plectrud. Plectrude lived in the 8th century AD and was the wife of Pepin of Herstal.
Pleiada f Greek Mythology
From the Greek word Πλειάδες "pleiades", which were the seven daughters of Atlas and Pleione and companions to Artemis.
Pleiadan m Greek Mythology
Possible diminutive of Pleiades.
Pleiades m & f Greek Mythology, Astronomy
Name of a star cluster, likely meaning "to sail", from the ancient Greek 'plein'. Also used in Greek mythology, the Pleiades were the seven daughters of Pleione and Atlas, thus meaning "daughters of Pleione".
Pleione f Greek Mythology
This name means "more", or "plenty" (pleiôn). It is the name of an Oceanid nymph from Mount Cyllene in Arcadia (southern Greece) who was the wife of Atlas. She may have been numbered amongst the Epimelides (nymphs of the flocks) and presided over the multiplication of the animals due the fact that her name refers to increase, and that her grandson, Hermes, was the god of animal husbandry.
Pleistandros m Ancient Greek
Derived from the Greek adjective πλεῖστος (pleistos) meaning "most, greatest, largest" combined with Greek ἀνδρός (andros) meaning "of a man".
Pleistarchos m Ancient Greek
The first element of this name is derived from Greek πλεῖστος (pleistos) "most, greatest, largest". The second element is either derived from Greek αρχος (archos) "master" or from Greek αρχη (arche) "origin, source".
Pleistarchus m Ancient Greek (Latinized), History
Variant form of Plistarchus, which is the main latinized form of Pleistarchos, as Greek names containing -ei- are usually latinized to -i- (some examples of this are the names Dinocrates, Euclides, Pisistratus and Pithagoras).... [more]
Pleisthenes m Greek Mythology
Derived from Greek πλεῖστος (pleistos) "most, greatest, largest" combined with Greek σθενος (sthenos) "vigour, strength." In Greek mythology, this is the name of several different people descended from Tantalus.
Pleistoanax m Ancient Greek, History
Derived from the Greek adjective πλεῖστος (pleistos) meaning "most, greatest, largest" combined with the Greek noun ἄναξ (anax) meaning "master, lord, chief".... [more]
Plena f Medieval Italian
Derived from Latin plena "full, plump, satisfying"
Pleneria f Medieval Italian
Derived from Italian plenaria "plenary".
Plenira f Russian, Literature
Name invented by Gavriil Romanovich Derzhavin (1743 - 1816), one of the most highly esteemed Russian poet. It is derived from Russian verb пленить (plenit') meaning "to captivate", "to charm"... [more]
Ples m English (Rare)
Short form of Pleasant (compare Pleas).
Plesance f Medieval French
Medieval French cognate of Pleasance.
Pleunie m & f Dutch, Limburgish
In Limburgish, Pleunie is a diminutive form of Pleun (a pet form of Apollonia) and is thus strictly used on females. It is different in Dutch, however, where Pleunie used on a female is a good example of how one can turn a very masculine name (Pleun) into a feminine name by simply adding the diminutive suffix ie to the original name... [more]
Pleunis m & f Medieval Dutch, Medieval Flemish, Dutch (Rare)
Medieval short form of Apollonius, which is still in use today (albeit rarely). In more recent times, the name has also been used as a short form of Apollonia for women, but very rarely so, especially when compared to the more traditional feminine forms Pleunie and Pleuntje.
Pleuntje m & f Dutch
When borne by a female person, this name is a good example of how one can turn a very masculine name (Pleun) into a feminine name by simply adding the diminutive suffix je to the original name... [more]
Plexippus m Greek Mythology
Ancient Greek masculine name meaning "striking".
Plezou f Medieval Breton, Breton (Archaic)
Of debated origin and meaning. Some scholars try to link this name to Breton bleiz "she-wolf", while others see a connection with Breton plezh "plat; braid"; the second part of the name is a diminutive suffix.... [more]
Pliable m Literature
A character in the novel, "The Pilgrim's Progress."
Pline m French
French form of Pliny.
Plini m Catalan, Occitan
Catalan and Occitan form of Pliny.
Plinije m Bosnian, Croatian
Bosnian and Croatian form of Pliny.
Pliniy m Bulgarian, Russian, Ukrainian
Bulgarian, Russian and Ukrainian form of Plinius (see Pliny).
Plistarch m Ancient Greek (Anglicized), History
Anglicized form of Pleistarchos via its latinized form Plistarchus. Also compare the similar-looking name Plutarch.... [more]
Plistarco m Italian, Spanish
Italian and Spanish form of Pleistarchus.