Submitted Names Starting with P

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Prahas m Marathi
Meaning "Person with a Lot of Qualities".
Prahi f Marathi
Meaning "Wellness".
Praiecta f Late Roman (?)
Variant of Praeiecta or Praejecta, the feminine form of Praejectus.
Prainnseas m Scottish Gaelic
Scottish Gaelic form of Francis.
Prairie f American (Rare)
From the English word for a flat treeless grassland, taken from French prairie "meadow". This was used by Thomas Pynchon for a character in his novel 'Vineland' (1990).
Praise-god m English (Puritan)
Used in reference to giving God glory.
Praisthel f South African (Rare)
The name comes from the the phrase Praise the Lord. Some of the letters from the pharse are removed to turn it into a name.
Prajak m Thai
Alternate transcription of Prachak.
Prajnan m Marathi
Meaning "Clever".
Prajnav m Indian
The name means to be coming from different expectations and be on top.
Prajwal m Indian
Indian - meaning Shining
Prajya f Indian
Name - Prajya , Prajyaa प्रज्ञा... [more]
Prajyaan m Indian
Name - Prajyaan (Prajyan) प्रज्ञान ... [more]
Prak m Khmer
Means "silver" in Khmer.
Prakan m Thai
Means "wall, fort, stronghold" in Thai, ultimately from Sanskrit प्राकार (prakara).
Prakarn m Thai
Alternate transcription of Prakan.
Prakarsha f Indian
Word Prakarsha Means "Extreme Desire" in marathi langusge
Prakarshaa f Indian
A Great & Rich Lady
Prakhong f & m Thai
Means "support, help" in Thai.
Prakit m Thai
Means "inform, announce, show" in Thai.
Prakong f & m Thai
Alternate transcription of Prakhong.
Prakop m & f Thai
Means "made, consist of" in Thai.
Pralong m Thai
Means "test, manoeuvre" in Thai.
Pramila f Indian, Hindi, Marathi, Bengali, Odia, Assamese, Kannada
Means "exhaustion, enervation" in Sanskrit.
Pramot m Thai
Means "happiness, merriment, delight" in Thai, ultimately from Sanskrit प्रमोद (pramoda).
Pramote m Thai
Alternate transcription of Pramot.
Pramti m Marathi
Meaning "One Who Is Conscious and Aware".
Pramual m & f Thai
Alternate transcription of Pramuan.
Pramuan m & f Thai
Means "compile, collect" in Thai.
Pramukh m Gujarati, Marathi
Means "he with the qualities of a leader" in Gujarati and Marathi.
Prana f Lithuanian (Archaic)
Feminine form of Pranas.
Pranab m Indian, Bengali, Assamese, Odia
Eastern Indian form of Pranav. A notable bearer was Pranab Mukherjee (1935-2020), the 13th president of India.
Pranad m Gujarati
Name of Lord Vishnu and Lord Brahma.
Pranas m Lithuanian
Short form of Pranciškus.
Pranavi f Indian
Feminine form of Pranav.
Pranaya m & f Sanskrit
"Love"
Pranchi m Malayalam
Malayalam form of Francis used in central Kerala
Pranciška f Lithuanian
Lithuanian form of the late Roman given name Francisca.
Pranė f Lithuanian
Short form of Pranciška. In other words, you could say that this name is the feminine equivalent of Pranas.
Prang f Thai
Means "cheek" in Thai.
Prangarda f Medieval Italian, Ancient Germanic (Lombardic)
A Germanic dithematic name formed from the name elements brand "sword" and gard "enclosure, protected place".
Prani f Thai
Alternate transcription of Pranee.
Pranitha f Sanskrit
The name Pranitha originated from Sanskrit, meaning "pure water".
Pranja f Croatian (Rare)
Feminine form of Pranjo.
Pranjal m & f Sanskrit (Rare)
The name is of Sanskrit origin. It is generally used for male persons, however a few females are found sharing this name too.
Pranjo m Croatian (Rare)
Variant spelling of Franjo.
Prannoy m Indian
Meaning: Love
Pranom f Thai
Means "to make concessions, to compromise" in Thai.
Pranpriya f Thai
From Thai ปราณ (pran) meaning "breath" and ปรียา (priya) meaning "darling, beloved".
Pranutė f Lithuanian
Diminutive form of Pranė.
Prapa f Thai
Alternate transcription of Prapha.
Prapat m Thai
Meaning uncertain.
Prapha f & m Thai
Means "light" in Thai, ultimately from Sanskrit प्रभा (prabha).
Praphai f & m Thai
Means "beautiful, pretty, handsome" in Thai.
Praphaiphak f Thai (Rare)
From Thai ประไพ (praphai) meaning "beautiful, pretty" and พักตร์ (phak) meaning "face".
Praphan m Thai
Means "write, compose, create" in Thai.
Prarim m Albanian
Means "golden light, glow" in Albanian.
Prasan m Thai
Means "to join, to connect" in Thai.
Prasanta m Indian, Bengali, Odia, Assamese
Bengali, Odia and Assamese form of Prashant.
Prasart m Thai
Alternate transcription of Prasat.
Prasat m Thai
Means "give, bestow" or "faith, trust" in Thai.
Prásedes f Asturian
Asturian form of Praxedes.
Prasenjeet m Indian
One who win expert army and Never lose any war in his life.PRASENJEET was an Aikṣvāka dynasty ruler of Kosala. Sāvatthī was his capital. He succeeded his father Sanjaya Mahākosala. He was a prominent Upāsaka of Gautama Buddha, who built many Buddhist monasteries and a lover of Nandini.
Prasetyo m Javanese
Derived from Javanese setya meaning "loyal, faithful, true", ultimately from Sanskrit सत्य (satya).
Prashil m Indian
hindukumbhar
Prashob m Indian
rising to shine like a star Baskara
Prasit m Thai
Means "success, achievement, accomplishment" in Thai.
Praskovja f Estonian
Estonian transcription of Прасковья (see Praskovya).
Prasoet m Thai
Alternate transcription of Prasert.
Prasong m Thai
Means "wish, desire" in Thai.
Prasop m Thai
Means "success, win, gain" in Thai.
Prassede f Italian (Rare)
Italian form of Praxedes.
Prassifane m Italian
Italian form of Praxiphanes.
Prassitea f Italian
Italian form of Praxithea.
Prasun m Indian
Blooming flower
Prasutagus m Ancient Celtic (Latinized, Rare)
Latinized form of a Celtic name borne by the king of the Iceni tribe and husband of the warrior-queen Boudicca.
Prat m Odia
Means "early morning" in Odia.
Prateep m & f Thai
Alternate transcription of Prathip.
Prateik m Indian
Variant spelling of Prateek.
Pratham m Indian
It means first in Sanskrit.
Prathia f African American
The Rev. Dr. Prathia Hall, a theologian and ethicist, was active in SNCC and a prominent civil rights movement speaker—she was said to have influenced Dr. King’s ‘I have a dream’ speech, having used the phrase repeatedly in a speech he heard in 1962.
Prathip m & f Thai
Means "lamp, light, lantern" in Thai.
Prathueang m & f Thai
Means "to enhance, to enrich" in Thai.
Prathum f & m Thai
From Thai ปทุม (pathum) meaning "lotus".
Pratijya f Indian
MEANING - promise, swear, agreement , vow, assent, acknowledge, approve... [more]
Pratiwi f Indonesian
Derived from Sanskrit पृथ्वी (prthvi) meaning "the Earth".
Pratt m English (American, Rare)
Transferred use of the surname Pratt.
Prattana f Thai
Means "to desire, to long for" in Thai.
Pratul m Gujarati
Meaning "One Who Owns Plenty".
Pratya m Thai
Means "philosophy" in Thai.
Praval m Odia
Means "fierce and strong" in Odia.
Pravda f Croatian, Serbian, Bulgarian
From Slavic noun pravda meaning "justice".
Pravdan m Serbian, Croatian (Rare)
From Slavic pravda meaning "justice". Given so the child will be "just" in life.
Pravdana f Serbian
Female form of Pravdan.
Pravdomir m Bulgarian
Bulgarian form of Prawdomir.
Pravi f Gujarati
Meaning "Incredible and Affectionate Person".
Pravoslav m Czech, Slovak
Derived from the Slavic elements право (pravo) "justice, law, right" and slava "glory".
Pravya f Mizo, Bodo
Means "intelligent" in Bodo and Mizo.
Prawat m Thai
Means "history, account, story" in Thai.
Prawdomir m Polish
The first element of this name is derived from Polish prawda "truth, verity", which is derived from Old Church Slavonic pravida "truth" (which in turn is probably derived from Proto-Slavic pravъ "straight, right")... [more]
Prawet m Thai
Means "entrance" in Thai.
Prawit m Thai
Means "pure, clean" in Thai.
Prawomir m Polish
The first element of this name is derived from Polish prawy "right, upright, righteous", which is ultimately derived from Proto-Slavic pravъ "straight, right". Also compare Croatian prav and Czech pravý, both of which mean "right, straight"... [more]
Prawomysł m Polish
The first element of this name is derived from Polish prawy "right, upright, righteous", which is ultimately derived from Proto-Slavic pravъ "straight, right". Also compare Croatian prav and Czech pravý, both of which mean "right, straight"... [more]
Praxagoras m Ancient Greek
The first element of this name is derived from Greek πραξις (praxis) meaning "action, exercise". The second element is either derived from Greek ἀγορεύω (agoreuo) "to orate, to speak publicly" or from Greek ἀγορά (agora), which can mean "assembly" as well as "market"... [more]
Praxander m Greek Mythology (Latinized)
Latinized form of Πράξανδρος (Praxandros), which is a name that is derived from Greek πραξις (praxis) "action, exercise" combined with Greek ανδρος (andros) "of a man"... [more]
Praxède f & m French
French form of Praxedes.
Práxedes f & m Spanish (Rare)
Spanish form of Praxedes.
Praxedes f History, Literature
Derived from Greek praxis "a doing, success, accomplishment" (see Praxis). This was the name of a 2nd-century saint. The Latin form Praxedis was used for a character in Joseph Victor von Scheffel's historical novel Ekkehard (1857).
Praxedis f History
Latin form of Praxedes. This name was used by Joseph Victor von Scheffel for a character in his historical novel 'Ekkehard' (1857).
Praxiboulos m Ancient Greek
Derived from the Greek noun πρᾶξις (praxis) meaning "action, exercise" (see Praxiteles) combined with the Greek noun βουλή (boule) meaning "counsel, advice" as well as "will, determination".... [more]
Praxibulus m Ancient Greek (Latinized)
Latinized form of Praxiboulos. This name was borne by an eponymous archon of Athens, who lived in the 4th century BC.
Praxidike f Ancient Greek, Astronomy, Greek Mythology
Derived from Greek πραξις (praxis) "action, exercise" combined with Greek δικη (dike) meaning "justice, judgement" as well as "custom, usage". In Greek mythology, Praxidike was the goddess of lawful punishment and an exactor of vengeance... [more]
Praxilla f Ancient Greek
Possibly a derivative of Praxis. Praxilla of Sicyon was a Greek lyric poet of the 5th century BC.
Praxiphanes m Ancient Greek
Derived from Greek πραξις (praxis) "action, exercise" combined with Greek φανης (phanes) "appearing". This name was borne by a Peripatetic philosopher, who lived in the 4th century BC.
Praxithea f Greek Mythology
The name of a number of Greek mythological figures derived from πραξις (praxis) meaning "action, exercise" and θεά (thea) meaning "goddess".
Praxithée f French
French form of Praxithea.
Pray m English (Puritan)
English Puritan name meaning 'to pray'.
Prayaag m Malayalam
Means "Venus" in Malayalam.
Prayadarshi m Gujarati
Meaning "Very Likable" or "Someone that Everyone Loves".
Prayat m & f Thai
Means "save, preserve, retain" in Thai.
Prayer f & m English
Middle English from Old French preiere, based on Latin precarius ‘obtained by entreaty,’ from prex, prec- prayer.’
Prayitno m Javanese
From Javanese prayitna meaning "alert, cautious" or "wise, knowledgeable".
Prayun m & f Thai
Means "family, lineage, race" in Thai.
Prazeres f Portuguese
Means "pleasures" in Portuguese.
Preacher m English (American)
Transferred use of the surname Preacher.
Preaksa f Khmer
Means "tree, forest" in Khmer.
Preap m & f Khmer
Means "pigeon, dove" in Khmer.
Prebislav m Serbian
Derived from the Slavic elements prebi and slav "glory".
Précieuse f French (Rare)
Feminine form of Précieux, cognate to English Precious.
Précieux m French (Rare)
Means "precious," from Latin pretiōsus.
Preciosa f Medieval English, Judeo-Catalan (Archaic), Judeo-Spanish, Galician
Derived from the Old French precios (itself from the Latin pretiōsa) "precious, of great value". It was recorded three times in medieval England, in 1203 and 1279 as Preciosa, and in 1327 as Precious (which was probably the vernacular form).... [more]
Precy m & f English
Diminutive form of Priscilla or Percival
Preden m Breton (Rare)
Breton cognate of Welsh Prydain.
Predena f Breton
Feminine form of Preden.
Predimir m Medieval Croatian, Medieval Serbian
The first element of this archaic name is derived from the Serbo-Croatian adjective pred "in front of, before" (the latter can also be used to refer to an earlier point in time), which is ultimately derived from Proto-Slavic perdъ "in front of, against"... [more]
Predislav m Medieval Croatian, Medieval Serbian, Croatian, Serbian
The first element of this archaic name is derived from the Serbo-Croatian adjective pred "in front of, before" (the latter can also be used to refer to an earlier point in time), which is ultimately derived from Proto-Slavic perdъ "in front of, against"... [more]
Predomir m Croatian, Serbian
Croatian and Serbian form of Predimir.
Predu m Sardinian
Variant of Pedru.
Preedik m Estonian
Variant of Priidik.
Preet m & f Indian (Sikh), Punjabi
Probably a variant of Priti or a short form of names ending in -preet such as Manpreet or those beginning with preet- such as Preetinder.
Preetika f Indian, Hindi
From प्रीतिका (preetika) "sweetheart", ultimately from Sanskrit प्रीति (prīti) "affection, love, joy, gladness".
Preety f Bengali (Rare), Indian (Rare)
Variant transcription of Priti.
Preeya f & m Indian, Hindi, Thai
Alternate transcription of Priya. It is sometimes used as a masculine name in Thailand.
Preeyanan f Thai
Alternate transcription of Priyanan.
Preeyanuch f Thai
Alternate transcription of Priyanut.
Preeyanut f Thai
Alternate transcription of Priyanut.
Preils m French
Variant of Prix (see second user-submitted name).
Preity m & f Hindi
"pleasure", "joy", "kindness", "favor", "grace", "love", from प्री (prī)
Prek m Albanian
Voiceless variant of Preng.
Prekatar m Albanian
Means "sensitive, expressive" in Albanian.
Prekatare f Albanian
From the Albanian prekatar meaning "sensitive, expressive".
Prema f Roman Mythology
Prema is the insistent sex act, from the verb primo, primere, to press upon. Although the verb usually describes the masculine role, Augustine calls Prema dea Mater, a mother goddess.
Premlata f Indian
From Sanskrit preman "love" (cf. Prema) and latā "creeper" - the name of a small plant, used as a symbol of love. This is borne by Premlata Agarwal (1963-), the first Indian female mountaineer to complete the Seven Summits, the seven highest continental peaks in the world.
Premt m Albanian
From premte meaning "Friday".
Premta f Albanian (Modern, Rare)
Comes from "prëmtë" which means : friday.
Premte f Albanian
Means "Friday" in Albanian.
Premtim m Albanian
Means "promise" or "be promising" in Albanian.
Premtime f Albanian
From the Albanian premtim meaning "promise".
Premwadi f Thai
From Thai เปรม (prem) meaning "content, happy, delighted" and วดี (wadi) meaning "possessing, having".
Prend m Albanian
Masculine form of Prenda.
Prenda f Albanian
Derived from Albanian praj meaning "I comfort, soothe". The Albanian goddess of love.
Preng m Albanian
Derived from Albanian praj "to comfort, soothe".
Prenkus m German (East Prussian)
East Prussian German form of Franziskus.
Prentice m English (Rare)
From a surname derived from Middle English aprentis "apprentice" (ultimately from Latin apprehendere "to understand, grasp"), originally given as a nickname to one who was learning a craft or trade.
Prentiss m & f English, Scottish
The name is English or Scottish in origin and is derived from the word "Apprentice" meaning a person learning a trade under a master craftsman. It is a surname which has been adapted as a given name... [more]
Prerak m Indian
The origin of Prerak is the Sanskrit language. The name means one who encourages others.
Pres m English
Short form of Preston, Prescott, or other names beginning with "Pres". Preston "Pres" Dillard is a character in the 1938 film "Jezebel."
Presada f Medieval Occitan
Possibly a feminine form of Pros 2.
Presbon m Greek Mythology
Ancient Greek masculine name meaning "elder, senior".
Prescott m English (Rare)
Scottish, Old English... [more]
Presentación f Spanish, Galician
Derived from Spanish and Galician presentación "presentation, appearance".
Preserved m & f English (Puritan)
Name given to a child when spared from certain death during childbirth.
Presian m Medieval Bulgarian, Medieval Slavic
Presian I of Bulgaria was the Khan of Bulgaria from 836–852. He ruled during an extensive expansion in Macedonia.
Presiana f Bulgarian (Rare)
Feminine form of Presian.
Preslava f Bulgarian
Feminine form of Preslav.
Press m English (Rare)
Transferred use of the surname Press or possibly a short form of names with the element press, such as Presley.
Pressedia f Medieval Italian
Medieval Italian variant of Prassedia, itself a Latinization of Prassede.
Pressyne f Mythology
Etymology unknown. In mythology, this was the name of the mother of the fairy woman Melusine.
Prest m French
Variant of Prix (see second user-submitted name) via its Occitan form, Priest.
Prestyn m & f English (American, Rare)
Variant and feminine form of Preston.
Pretekstat m Croatian, Polish
Croatian and Polish form of Praetextatus.
Pretestato m Italian
Italian form of Praetextatus.
Prétextat m French
French form of Praetextatus.
Pretextato m Spanish
Spanish form of Praetextatus.
Pretoria f English (Rare)
Pretoria is a city in the northern part of Gauteng Province, South Africa.
Pretty f Indian, Indonesian
Variant transcription of Priti.
Prezi m Ijaw
Means "born to affluence" in Ijaw.
Preziosa f Italian
Italian form of Precious, possibly via the Medieval English name Preciosa.
Preziusa f Sicilian
Sicilian form of Preziosa.
Prezmyra f Literature
A lady in the novel "The Worm Ouroboros" by Eric Rücker Eddison.
Pri m & f Hebrew (Modern, Rare)
Means "fruit" in Hebrew.
Pría f Icelandic (Modern, Rare)
Icelandic adoption of Priya.
Pria f Indian (Rare)
Variant transcription of Priya.
Príam m Catalan (Rare)
Catalan form of Priam.
Priama f Sardinian
Feminine form of Priamo.
Priamas m Lithuanian
Lithuanian form of Priam.
Príamo m Galician, Spanish, Portuguese
Galician, Spanish and Portuguese form of Priam.
Prianka f Indian
Variant of Priyanka.
Priap m Polish, Russian, Ukrainian
Polish, Russian and Ukrainian form of Priapos.
Priape m French
French form of Priapos via its latinized form Priapus.
Príapo m Spanish
Spanish form of Priapos via its latinized form Priapus.
Priapo m Italian
Italian form of Priapos via its latinized form Priapus.
Pribimir m Medieval Slavic
Medieval Slavic form of Przybymir. Also take note that some sources each list a different meaning for the first element. Some say it means "pierced" or "breaking" (in the sense of destroying something), while others say it means "more, much more, multiple" (in the sense of abundance)... [more]
Pribislav m Medieval Slavic
Medieval Slavic form of Przybysław. Also take note that some sources each list a different meaning for the first element. Some say it means "pierced" or "breaking" (in the sense of destroying something), while others say it means "more, much more, multiple" (in the sense of abundance)... [more]
Pricha m Thai
Alternate transcription of Preecha.
Prida f & m Thai
Means "be delighted, rejoice" in Thai.
Priddy m Welsh
Welsh diminutive of Meredith.
Pride f English (Puritan, Modern)
Referring to "pride cometh before the fall."
Prie m French
Variant of Prix (see second user-submitted name).
Priel m & f Hebrew
Means "the fruit of god" in Hebrew.
Priela f Hebrew
Feminine form of Priel.
Prielle f French
French feminine form of Priel, mainly used among French-speaking Orthodox Jewish families
Priest m Occitan, French
Occitan form of Praejectus.
Priestley m & f English
From a surname which was derived from a place name meaning "priest's meadow" in Old English.
Priido m Estonian
Variant of Priidu.
Priidu m Estonian
Originally a short form of Priidik, now used as a given name in its own right.
Prija f Slavic Mythology
It was Slavic goddess of good wishes. The similar of Norse goddess Freya.
Prijam m Bosnian, Croatian
Bosnian and Croatian form of Priam.
Prijap m Croatian, Serbian
Croatian and Serbian form of Priapos via its latinized form Priapus.
Prijar m Albanian
Derived from Albanian prij "I lead", meaning "leader".
Prijatar m Albanian
Means "leader" in Albanian.
Prijatare f Albanian
Derived from the Albanian prijatar meaning "leader".
Prijono m Javanese
Older spelling of Priyono based on Dutch orthography.
Prìm m Emilian-Romagnol
Emilian form of Primo.
Prim f English, Literature
Short form of Primrose and Primula.
Prim m Bulgarian, Macedonian, Russian
Bulgarian, Macedonian and Russian form of Primus.
Prima f Late Roman, Italian (Archaic)
Feminine form of Primus (see Primo).