Submitted Names Starting with P

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Polyzalus m Ancient Greek (Latinized)
Latinized form of Polyzalos. This was the name of a tyrant of Gela in Sicily, who lived in the 5th century BC.
Polyzelos m Ancient Greek
Derived from the Greek adjective πολύζηλος (polyzelos) meaning "full of emulation, much admired". It consists of the Greek adjective πολύς (polys) meaning "many" as well as "much" combined with the Greek noun ζῆλος (zelos) meaning "emulation, zealous imitation" as well as "jealousy" (see Zelos).
Polyzelus m Ancient Greek (Latinized)
Latinized form of Polyzelos. Known bearers of this name include an eponymous archon of Athens (4th century BC) and a Greek comic playwright (flourished around 400 BC).
Pom f Korean
Variant transcription of Bom and Beom.... [more]
Poma f Late Roman
This name is best known for being the name of the sister of Saint Memmius (3rd century AD). She was a virgin and monial in Châlons-sur-Marne, a city that is nowadays located in France and known under the name Châlons-en-Champagne... [more]
Pōmaikaʻi f & m Hawaiian (Rare)
From the word meaning "good fortune, blessing, profit, prosperity."
Pomaikalani m & f Hawaiian (Rare)
Possibly meaning "apple of the heavens" in Hawaiian
Pōmare m & f Maori, Tahitian
Form of Pomare.
Pomba f Galician
Galician form of Paloma.
Pombi f Manipuri
Means "air" in Meitei.
Pome f French (Archaic)
French form of Poma.
Pomeline f French (Rare)
Variant form of Pomelline. This name is best known for being one of the middle names of Charlotte Casiraghi (b. 1986), who is the daughter of Princess Caroline of Hanover (formerly of Monaco)... [more]
Pomellina f Medieval Italian
Diminutive of either Poma or Pomona, which are both given names that are ultimately derived from Latin pomus or pomum, both of which are nouns that can mean "fruit" as well as "fruit tree".... [more]
Pomeroy m English (Rare)
Transferred use of the surname Pomeroy.
Pominisa f Georgian (Archaic)
Meaning unknown. This name was borne by the 17th-century Georgian noblewoman and poetess Pominisa Beridze, who was from the village of Dzimiti in the Georgian region of Guria. She is also known under the name ვომინიჯა (Vominija), because that is how she is mentioned in the documents of the Italian missionary Teramo Castelli (1597-1659), who lived in Georgia from 1632 to 1654.
Pomma f Medieval Italian
Derived from Latin poma "fruits, apples".
Pommeline f French (Rare), Flemish
Modern form of Pomelline via its variant form Pomeline. The spelling of this form of the name was influenced by the French word pomme meaning "apple", which the name (and its variant form) has always shared a certain resemblance with and thus often led people to associate it with apples (to some degree).
Pomněnka f Czech (Rare)
Derived from Old Czech word pomníti meaning "memorable". It is the Czech name for the flower forget-me-not.
Pomnislav m Medieval Slavic
Derived from Church Slavic pomineti or pominiti meaning "to think" (which corresponds with Russian помнить (pomnit) meaning "to think") combined with the Slavic element slava meaning "glory".
Pomp m & f History
This was what explorer, Captain William Clark, of Lewis and Clark fame, nicknamed the son of Sacagawea. The child's real name was Jean Baptiste Charbonneau... [more]
Pompea f Italian
Italian form of Pompeia.
Pompée m & f French
French masculine and feminine form of Pompeius (see Pompey). This was the name of a female Breton saint, also known as Aspasie, Pompaïa or, in Breton, Coupaïa/Koupaïa.
Pompeia f Ancient Roman
Feminine form of Pompeius.
Pompej m Croatian, Serbian
Croatian and Serbian form of Pompey.
Pompejusz m Polish
Polish form of Pompeius.
Pompèu m Provençal
Provençal form of Pompey.
Pompeu m Catalan, Portuguese
Catalan and Portuguese form of Pompey.
Pompeyo m Spanish
Spanish form of Pompey.
Pompília f Hungarian
Cognate of Pompilia, meaning "five".
Pompilio m Italian
Italian form of Pompilius.
Pompo m Ancient Roman
Oscan equivalent of Quintus.
Pompónia f Hungarian
Cognate of Pomponia, meaning "five".
Pomścibor m Polish
The first element of this name is related to the Polish verb pomścić "to avenge, to wreak". The second element is derived from Slavic bor "battle" or borit "to fight".
Pònç m Provençal
Provençal form of Pontius.
Ponç m Catalan, Lengadocian, Gascon
Catalan, Languedocian and Gascon form of Pontius.
Ponce m French
French form of Pontius.
Ponching m Filipino, Tagalog
Diminutive of Alfonso.
Poncho m Spanish
Diminutive of Alfonso.
Poncià m Catalan
Catalan form of Pontian.
Poncián m Aragonese
Aragonese form of Pontianus.
Ponciano m Galician, Spanish, Portuguese
Galician, Spanish and Portuguese form of Pontian.
Poncijan m Croatian
Croatian form of Pontian.
Poncije m Croatian (Rare)
Croatian form of Pontius.
Pôncio m Portuguese
Portuguese form of Pontius.
Poncjan m Polish
Polish form of Pontian.
Poncjusz m Polish
Polish form of Pontius.
Pongo m Popular Culture, Pet
The name of a character (a dog) in Disney's 101 Dalmatians.
Pongphon m Thai
From Thai ปอง (pong) meaning "desire, intend" and พล (phon) meaning "force, strength, power".
Pongrác m Hungarian
Hungarian form of Pankratios.
Pongsakorn m Thai
Means "ancestor, founder" in Thai.
Poni f Hawaiian
Hawaiian form of Bonnie.
Ponleak m Khmer
Means "strength, endurance" in Khmer.
Ponleu m Khmer
Means "light" in Khmer.
Ponloke m & f Khmer
Means "dear, darling" or "bud, sprout" in Khmer.
Pono m Hawaiian
From the word meaning "goodness, morality, excellence, well-being, prosperity."
Ponos m Greek Mythology
Derived from Greek πόνος (ponos) meaning "pain." In Greek mythology, Ponos was the god of toil and a grandson of Nyx, the goddess of the night.
Ponponio m Miwok
Leader of a band of Native American fugitives in California who called themselves Los Insurgentes and who rebelled against Mexican rule and the mission system in California.
Pontiaan m Dutch (Archaic)
Archaic Dutch form of Pontian.
Pontian m English
English form of Pontianus. This name was borne by a pope from the 3rd century AD.
Pontianus m Late Roman
Extended form of Pontius.
Pontien m French
French form of Pontian.
Pontiy m Russian, Ukrainian
Russian and Ukrainian form of Pontius.
Pontress f American (Modern, Rare)
Transferred use of the surname Pontress.
Pontsho m & f Sotho
Means "vision" in Sotho.
Ponyo f Japanese
In the popular animated movie by Hayao Miyazakio, Ponyo is a goldfish who becomes human, daughter of prestigious ruler Fujimoto and the goddess of mercy, known as Gran Mamare.
Ponziano m Italian
Italian form of Pontian.
Poojan m Indian
WORSHIP, INDIAN NAME WHEN WE WORSHIP GOD THAT PROCESS CALLED POOJAN
Poojya f Indian
Poojya is a girl name which has the meaning of very pure, respectful, sacred. It is also one of the names of goddess Saraswati.
Pooka f Anglo-Saxon Mythology, Celtic Mythology
Means "spirit" in Irish folklore. Pooka is another name for "Will-o the Wisp".... [more]
Poʻokela m Hawaiian
From the word meaning "best, superior, outstanding, greatest, supreme, utmost."
Poonam f Indian, Hindi, Marathi, Punjabi
Alternate transcription of Punam.
Poopak m & f Persian
Meaning unknown.
Pooran m Indian, Hindi, Punjabi
Alternate transcription of Puran.
Pooria m Persian
Variant transcription of Pouria.
Pooruseq m Greenlandic
Greenlandic younger form of Pôruseĸ.
Poorya m Persian
Variant transcription of Pouria.
Poot m American (Rare)
Malik "Poot" Carr is the name of a character in the HBO drama 'The Wire' (2002-2008).
Pooya m Persian
Some sources claim that this masculine Persian name means "dynamic", while other sources claim that it means "to search" or "(re)searcher". But there are also a few sources that claim that the name means "to run" or "runner" - and those are probably the most likely to be correct, as this is the only meaning that I was able to find an Iranian word for that actually even remotely resembles the name... [more]
Pop m & f English (Rare)
Diminutive of Poppy and nickname derived from pop, shortened variation of papa "father," in use in American English as early as 1838.
Popa f English
Diminutive of Poppy.
Pope m English (Archaic)
From English pope, a religious title for a bishop.
Popertina f Literature
Used by J.K. Rowling in 'Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them'. The character is a witch married to Newt Scamander
Popi f Greek
Greek diminutive of Penelope.
Poplios m Ancient Roman (Hellenized), Late Greek
Late Greek form of Publius. In other words, you could say that this name is a late Greek variant of Poublios.
Popo m New World Mythology
Short form of Popocatepetl, which means "smoking mountain" in Nahuatl from popoca "it smokes" and tepetl "mountain". This is the name of a hero in Mexican legend and Aztec mythology, the lover of Princess Ixtli... [more]
Popo f Japanese
From Japanese 歩 (po) meaning "walk" combined with 歩 (po) meaning "walk". Other kanji combinations are possible.
Popobawa m Swahili
Name of a shape-shifting shetani (evil spirit) in Zanzibar mythology. It is derived from Swahili elements popo (bat) and bawa (wing), therefore literally meaning "bat-wing" or "winged bat"... [more]
Popocatepetl m Folklore, New World Mythology, Aztec and Toltec Mythology
According to the legend, at the beginning of history, when the Aztecs arrived in the Valley of Anahuac, before the mountains had reached their permanent form, a beautiful princess named Mixtli was born, in the city of Tenochtitlan... [more]
Popoki f & m Hawaiian
Means "cat" in Hawaiian.
Popoquan m Shawnee
Means "gun" in Shawnee.
Poppaea f Ancient Roman
Feminine form of Poppaeus. Poppaea Sabina was the second wife of Nero.
Poppaeus m Ancient Roman
Roman gens name of uncertain origin. It may be related to Latin populus "people".
Poppea f English (Rare, Archaic), Theatre, Italian (Rare, Archaic, ?)
Variant of Poppaea. This name was used for the title character of Claudio Monteverdi's opera 'L'incoronazione di Poppea' (1642).
Poppée f French
Poppée was the second wife of the emperor Nero.... [more]
Poppet f & m English
From the Middle English popet, meaning "a small child or doll." Used in specifically British and formerly British controlled countries.
Poppi f English
Variant of Poppy.
Poppo m Medieval German, Dutch
Simplified form (Lallform) of Volkbert.
Popuk f Uzbek
Means "tassel, pompom" in Uzbek. It is a term of endearment for girls.
Popuri f Japanese (Modern, Rare)
Japanese transliteration of potpourri, from French pot-pourri, a calque from Spanish olla podrida meaning "rotten pot," referring to a mixture of dried fragrant plant material used to scent a room (originally referring to a Spanish stew with a wide variety of ingredients).... [more]
Pora f Khakas
Means "ash grey, grey" in Khakas.
Poran f Japanese
From Japanese 歩 (po) meaning "walk" combined with 蘭 (ran) meaning "orchid". Other kanji combinations are possible.
Porança f Khakas
Variant form of Pora.
Porcari m Provençal
Provençal form of Porcarius.
Porcarius m History (Ecclesiastical)
Saint Porcarius (died c. 732) was a Benedictine abbot who governed the Abbey of Lérins off the coast of the French Riviera.
Porcianus m Late Roman
Roman cognomen which was derived from Porcius.
Pórcio m Portuguese
Portuguese form of Porcius.
Porcio m Italian, Spanish
Italian and Spanish form of Porcius.
Porço f Khakas
Means "flower" in Khakas.
Porfi m Spanish, Italian
Short form of Porfirio.
Porfilju m Maltese
Maltese form of Porphyrios.
Porfiri m Catalan
Catalan form of Porphyrios (see Porfirio).
Porfiria f Italian, Spanish, Galician, Portuguese (Rare)
Italian, Spanish, Galician and Portuguese form of Porphyria (see Porfirio).
Porfirijas m Lithuanian
Lithuanian form of Porphyrios (see Porfirio).
Porfirije m Serbian
Serbian form of Porphyrius.
Porfírio m Portuguese
Portuguese form of Porphyrios (see Porfirio).
Porfiriusz m Polish
Polish form of Porphyrios (see Porfirio) via its latinized form Porphyrius.
Porfiry m Russian
Variant transcription of Porfiriy.
Porfyr m Danish
Danish form of Porphyrios (see Porfirio).
Porinju m Malayalam
Malayalam form of Francis.
Pornchai m Thai
Alternate transcription of Phonchai.
Pornsawan f & m Thai
Alternate transcription of Phonsawan.
Pornthip f Thai
Alternate transcription of Porntip.
Porpentina f Literature
The name of a main character in J. K. Rowling's series 'Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them.'... [more]
Porphüriosz m Hungarian
Hungarian form of Porphyrios (see Porfirio).
Porphyre m French
French form of Porphyrios (see Porfirio).
Porphyria f Literature
Feminine form of Porphyrios (see Porfirio). The name was given to the female character in Robert Browning's dramatic monologue "Porphyria's lover", where she is strangled over her 'lover's' obsession with her.
Porphyrion m Greek Mythology
Derived from Greek πορφυρα (porphyra) meaning "purple dye" as well as "purple-fish". Also compare the Greek noun πορφυρίς (porphyris) meaning "purple garment, purple cloak" and the Greek given name Porphyrios (see Porfirio)... [more]
Porphyrius m Ancient Greek (Latinized), Late Roman
Latinized form of Porphyrios (see Porfirio). This name was borne by a Latin poet from the 4th century AD.
Porphyry m History
Anglicized form of Porphyrios (see Porfirio). This name was borne by a Neoplatonic philosopher from the 3rd century AD.
Porpire m Georgian (Rare)
Georgian form of Porphyrios (see Porfirio).
Porthaon m Greek Mythology
In Greek mythology several men bear this name.
Porthos m Popular Culture, Literature
This was the name of one of the 3 Musketeers, from the well-known novel by Alexandre Dumas.
Portianus m Late Roman
Roman cognomen which was derived from Portius. Also note that there are instances where this name is a misspelling of Porcianus... [more]
Portien m French
French form of Portianus. A bearer of this name was Portien Colombel de Bois-Aulard (1730-1805), a French politician.
Portius m Ancient Roman
Derived from Latin portus "port, harbour". Also note that there are instances where this name is a variant of Porcius.
Portland f English (Rare)
Meaning, "land surrounding the water" and used in reference to the place of Portland, Oregon which itself is named after Portland, Maine, which is thusly named after the Isle of Portland, England. This name was borne by comedienne, actress, and dancer, Portland Hoffa.
Portwood m English
Transferred use of the surname Portwood.
Portya f English
Variant of Portia.
Pôruseĸ m Greenlandic
Greenlandic name meaning 'a bag (made of seal skin) for blubber'.
Porzia f Italian
Italian form of Portia.
Poseidippos m Ancient Greek
Means "horse of Poseidon", derived from the name of the Greek sea god Poseidon combined with the Greek noun ἵππος (hippos) meaning "horse".
Poseidonas m Lithuanian
Lithuanian form of Poseidon.
Poseidone m Italian
Italian form of Poseidon.
Poseidonios m Ancient Greek
Derived from Greek Ποσειδώνιος (Poseidonios) meaning either "of Poseidon" or "sacred to Poseidon", which is ultimately derived from the name of the god Poseidon.
Poseidons m Latvian
Latvian form of Poseidon.
Posejdon m Bosnian, Croatian, Polish
Bosnian, Croatian and Polish form of Poseidon.
Posey f & m English
Transferred use of the surname Posey or variant of Posy.
Poshshagul f Uzbek
Derived from poshsha, an endearing term for a girl or woman, and gul meaning "rose, flower".
Poshshaoy f Uzbek
Derived from poshsha, an endearing term for a girl or woman, and oy meaning "moon".
Posidippus m Ancient Greek (Latinized)
Latinized form of Poseidippos. This name was borne by two Greek poets from the 3rd century BC, namely Posidippus of Pella and Posidippus of Cassandreia.
Posidó m Catalan
Catalan form of Poseidon.
Posídon m Portuguese
Portuguese form of Poseidon.
Posidonia f Ancient Greek (Latinized)
Feminine form of Posidonius. Posidonia is also a genus of marine plants found in the seas of the Mediterranean and around the south coast of Australia.
Posidonius m Ancient Greek (Latinized)
Latinized form of Poseidonios. This name was borne by a Stoic philosopher from the 1st century BC.
Possi f Obscure (Rare)
Extremely rare variant of Posy/Posie or transferred use of surname Possi
Possy f & m English (Rare), Literature
Rare variant of Posy or a transferred use of a rare surname, Possy.
Posthuma f Medieval English (?), English (Archaic)
Feminization of Posthumus. (Cf. Postuma.) This was used as a second or third name to indicate the child's father had died before her birth, e.g. Gulielma Maria Posthuma Springett (1644-1694), the wife of William Penn, founder of Pennsylvania.
Posthumus m Medieval English
Used as a second or third name to indicate the child of a deceased parent. ex. Thomas Posthumus son of Thomas. ... [more]
Postirios m Georgian (Archaic)
Georgian form of Phosterios via its modern Greek transcription Fostirios.
Postuma f Ancient Roman
Feminine form of Postumus.
Postumus m Ancient Roman
Roman praenomen, or given name, which meant "last, last-born" in Latin (postumus being a superlative of posterus "coming after, subsequent"). This was used specifically of posthumous children, i.e. boys born after the death of their father - the one born after the father's death obviously being the last... [more]
Postverta f Roman Mythology
A goddess prayed to when a baby was being birthed head-first. See also Prosa.
Poszeidón m Hungarian
Hungarian form of Poseidon.
Potamo m Ancient Greek (Latinized)
Latinized form of Potamon. Bearers of this name include the rhetorician Potamo of Mytilene (died around 15 AD) and the philosopher Potamo of Alexandria (lived in either the 1st century BC or the 2nd century AD).
Potamon m Greek Mythology
Derived from ποτάμι (potámi) meaning "river".
Potamus m Romani (Latinized)
Possibly a Romani form of Potamon.
Potencia f Late Roman
Variant of Potentia. ... [more]
Potenciana f Spanish (Rare), Portuguese (Brazilian, Archaic), Filipino
Spanish and Portuguese form of Potentiana. This was the name of a Spanish saint from the late 16th century.
Potenciano m Spanish (Rare), Portuguese (Brazilian, Archaic), Filipino
Spanish and Portuguese form of Potentianus. A notable bearer of this name was the Filipino musician Potenciano Gregorio (1880-1939).
Potencyjana f Medieval Polish
Medieval Polish form of Potencjana.
Potens m Late Roman
Roman cognomen which was derived from the Latin adjective potens meaning "able, strong, powerful, potent".
Potentia f Late Roman
Feminine form of Potentius.
Potentian m Late Roman (Anglicized)
English form of Potentianus. This name was borne by a 4th-century saint from Roman Gaul.
Potentiana f Late Roman, German (Archaic)
Feminine form of Potentianus. This is the name by which saint Pudentiana (2nd century AD) is sometimes known.
Potentianus m Late Roman
Extended form of Potentius. This name is not to be confused with the similar-looking name Pontianus.... [more]
Potentina f Late Roman
Feminine form of Potentinus.
Potentinus m Late Roman
Roman cognomen which was derived from Potens and/or Potentius.... [more]
Potentius m Late Roman
Either derived from the Latin noun potentia meaning "power, might, force" or from the Latin adjective potens meaning "able, strong, powerful, potent" (see Potens).... [more]
Potheinos m Ancient Greek
Derived from the Greek adjective ποθεινός (potheinos) meaning "full of longing", which is ultimately derived from either the Greek noun ποθή (pothe) meaning "longing, desire" or the related noun πόθος (pothos) meaning "longing, yearning, regret".
Pothin m French (Archaic)
French form of Potheinos via its latinized form Pothinus.... [more]
Potina f Roman Mythology
Goddess who enables a child to drink.
Potino m Italian (Archaic), Spanish (Archaic), Portuguese (Archaic)
Italian, Spanish and Portuguese form of Potheinos via its latinized form Pothinus.
Potiphar m Biblical, English (African, Rare)
From Egyptian p-di-p-r' meaning "he whom Ra gave", composed of the definite article p- "the one" combined with di "whom he gave" and r', the name of the supreme god Ra... [more]
Potipher m Judeo-Christian Legend
Joseph's owner and husband of the pretty young woman who tried to seduce him (Genesis 37:36-9). In the Arabic tradition, his name is Butifar, and his wife's is Zeleikha (Qur'an 12).
Potira f New World Mythology, Tupi
Means "flower" in Tupi.
Potit m Bulgarian (Archaic), French (Archaic), Russian (Archaic), Serbian (Archaic)
Bulgarian, French, Russian and Serbian form of Potitus.
Potitia f Ancient Roman
Feminine form of Potitius.
Potitius m Ancient Roman
Roman nomen gentile of which the etymological origin is most likely the same as that of the Roman cognomen Potitus.
Potito m Italian
Italian form of Potitus. A notable bearer of this name is the Italian former tennis player Potito "Poto" Starace (b. 1981).
Potitus m Ancient Roman
Roman cognomen which was most likely derived from Latin potitus, which is the perfect participle of the verb potior meaning "to acquire, to obtain". Also compare the Latin adjective potior, which is the comparative of the adjective potis meaning "able, capable" (also see Potens)... [more]
Poto f Popular Culture
The name of Grace Kennedy given to her by her twin sister Virginia (Cabengo) in their own private language.... [more]
Potola f Georgian (Rare)
Derived from the Georgian noun ფოთოლი (potoli) meaning "leaf".
Poton m Medieval Occitan, Occitan (Archaic)
Diminutive of names that end in p, such as Josèp and Halip.
Potter m English, English (Puritan)
Transferred use of the surname Potter.
Potÿncza f Hungarian (Archaic)
Old Hungarian form of Potencia
Poubelle f Medieval French
Old French poi "little" + Old French biau, belle "beautiful".
Poudel Nishita f Nepali
Meaning "Sharp" or "Quick Thinking".
Poukon m & f Ijaw
Means "born on the riverside" in Ijaw.
Poulcheria f Greek
Modern Greek form of Pulcheria. 'It is not a very common name, but relatively popular in the northern regions of the Greek mainland and also among the people who come from Pontus.'
Pouline f Danish
Variant of Pauline.
Pouloudia f Greek
Derived from πούλουδο (pouloudo) meaning "flower".
Pouponne f Louisiana Creole
Feminization of Poupon.
Pourçain m French
French form of Porcianus.
Pouria m Ancient Persian, Persian
A name with Avestic root Pouruyô, meaning "first; foremost; most ancient." The name Pouria is commonly associated with 13-14th century CE Iranian philosopher and pahlevan martial artist Pouria-ye-Vali.
Pouvlios m Greek
Modern Greek spelling of Poublios, which is the ancient Greek form of Publius.
Pouwel m Dutch
Variant spelling of Pauwel.
Pouya m Persian
Variant transcription of Pooya.
Povilas m Lithuanian
Lithuanian form of Paulus (see Paul) via its Russian form Pavel. Also compare Paulas and Paulius.... [more]
Povilė f Lithuanian
Feminine form of Povilas. Also compare Paulė.
Povline f Danish (Rare)
Variant of Pouline. Famous bearer is Povline Lütken (6 May 1893 - 30 December 1977), Danish writer.
Powamana f Lunda
Means "beautiful woman" in Lunda.
Powell m American
Transferred use of the surname Powell.
Power m English (Modern, Rare)
From the English word power meaning "a source or means of supplying energy" or transferred use of the surname Power.
Powerful f African American
From Middle English pouerful, powarfull, equivalent to power +‎ -ful.
Powers m English (Rare)
Transferred use of the surname Powers.
Powhatan m Algonquin
The name of the Native American confederation of tribes in Virginia, which English colonists mistook for the name of Chief Wahunsenacawh, the paramount chief of Tsenacommacah, an alliance of Algonquian-speaking Virginia Indians in the Tidewater region of Virginia at the time English settlers landed at Jamestown in 1607... [more]
Pozırakh f Khakas
From the Khakas позрах (pozrakh) meaning "Sunday".
Poznan m Medieval Polish
Derived from the participle form of Polish poznać "to get to know; to become familiar with".
Poznomir m Polish
Means "to become acquainted with peace", derived from Slavic poznać "to get to know, to meet" combined with Slavic mir "peace".
Prabal m Hindi, Nepali
Means "strong; powerful; mighty" in Hindi and Nepali, directly taken from Sanskrit प्रबल (prabala).
Prabdeep m Indian
The name Prabdeep originates from India.... [more]
Prabha f Indian, Hindi, Marathi, Bengali
Means "light, radiance" in Sanskrit.
Prabhas m Indian, Bengali
Derived from Sanskrit प्रभा (prabha) meaning "light, radiance".
Prabhjeet m & f Indian (Sikh)
From Sanskrit प्रभु (prabhú) meaning "master, lord, king" and जिति (jiti) meaning "victory, conquering".
Prabhu Rāja m Hindi (Rare)
Meaning "Lord King".
Prabowo m Javanese
From Javanese prabawa meaning "influence", ultimately from Sanskrit प्रभाव (prabhav) meaning "impact, influence". A notable bearer is Prabowo Subianto Djojohadikusumo (1951-), an Indonesian politician.
Pracha m Thai
Means "people" in Thai.
Prachachat m Thai (Rare)
Means "nation" in Thai.
Prachai m Thai
From Thai ประ (bprà), a meaningless article, and ชัย (chai) meaning "victory".
Prachak m Thai
Means "clear, manifest, evident" in Thai.
Prachakchai m Thai
From Thai ประจักษ์ (prachak) meaning "clear, manifest, evident" and ชัย (chai) meaning "victory".
Prachum m & f Thai
Means "assembly, gathering, meeting" in Thai.
Pracida f Galician (Rare)
Galician form of Placida.
Prácido m Galician
Galician form of Placidus.
Pradakshina f Hinduism
Pradakshina is called parikrma means to take a round of statue of god, holy Placea or place worth to pay respect.
Pradipti f Bengali
Meaning "of light" or "illuminating" in Bengali. Feminine form of Pradip or Pradeep. Derived from Sanskrit प्रदीप (pradipa) meaning "light" or "lantern".
Pradish m Indian
indian
Pradit m Thai
Means "to create, to invent" in Thai.
Prado f & m Spanish, Filipino (Rare)
Means "meadow" in Spanish, taken from the Spanish titles of the Virgin Mary, La Virgen del Prado and Nuestra Señora del Prado, meaning "The Virgin of the Meadow" and "Our Lady of the Meadow," venerated at the Basílica de Nuestra Señora del Prado in Talavera in the province of Toledo, the Ciudad Real Cathedral and the Ermita de Nuestra Señora del Prado in the province of Cáceres.