Submitted Names Starting with P

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Submitted names are contributed by users of this website. The accuracy of these name definitions cannot be guaranteed.
Prvana f Serbian
From Serbian први (prvi) meaning "first". It is thus given to first born daughters.
Prvoljub m Serbian (Rare)
Derived from Slavic elements prvi or prvo, meaning "first", firstly" and ljub, meaning "loved, beloved".
Prvosin m Serbian
From Serbian први (prvi) meaning "first" and син (sin) meaning "son. The name is clearly given to first born sons.
Prvoslav m Serbian
Derived from the elements prvo meaning "first, firstly" and slava meaning "glory".
Prvoslava f Serbian (Rare)
Feminine form of Prvoslav.
Prvul m Vlach
Means "first-born son" in Vlach.
Pry m French
Variant of Prix (see second user-submitted name).
Pryma f Polish (Archaic)
Feminine form of Prymus.
Prymneus m Greek Mythology
Derived from Greek πρυμνεύς (prymneus) meaning "steersman", which is ultimately derived from Greek πρύμνα (prymna) meaning "stern, poop". Also compare Greek πρυμνός (prymnos) meaning "hindmost, undermost, end-most"... [more]
Prymus m Polish (Archaic)
Polish form of Primus.
Prynce m English
Variant of Prince.
Pryntyl f Literature
Probably onomatopoeic form. Pryntyl is a mermaid, the main character of Louis-Ferdinand Céline's Scandale aux abysses (1950), the name is also the title of a famous Italian song by Vinicio Capossela.
Pryor m English (Rare)
Transferred use of the surname Pryor.
Prys m Welsh
Contracted form of ap Rhys "son of Rhys".
Pryscylian m Polish
Polish form of Priscillian.
Pryscylla f Polish
Polish form of Priscilla.
Pryska f Polish
Polish form of Prisca.
Prytanis m Ancient Greek, Greek Mythology, History
Derived from the Greek noun πρύτανις (prytanis) meaning "prince, ruler, lord, chief".... [more]
Przedbor m Polish
The first element of this name is derived from the Polish adjective przed "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]
Przedmir m Polish
The first element of this name is derived from the Polish adjective przed "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]
Przedpełk m Polish
The first element of this name is derived from the Polish adjective przed "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]
Przedsław m Polish
The first element of this name is derived from the Polish adjective przed "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]
Przedsława f Polish
Feminine form of Przedsław.
Przedzimir m Polish
This name is either a more elaborate form of Przedmir, or an older form of the same name.
Przedzisław m Polish
This name is either a more elaborate form of Przedsław, or an older form of the same name.
Przemësłôw m Kashubian
Kashubian form of Przemysław.
Przemir m Polish
Shorter form (or variant form) of Przedmir.
Przemka f Polish
Diminutive form of Przemysława.
Przemysława f Polish
Feminine form of Przemysław.
Przesław m Polish
Shorter form (or variant form) of Przedsław. This old Polish male name dates back to the 12th century AD.
Przybycześć f Polish
Old polish name, consisting two parts: przyby- meaning "to arrive" or "to come" and -cześć meaning "virtue", "respect", "good name" or "honor". Name could mean "The one with whom good name comes"
Przybymir m Polish
The first element of this name is derived from Polish przybyć "to arrive, to come" (also compare Polish przybywać and przyjść, which also mean "to arrive, to come"). The second element is derived from Slavic mir "peace"... [more]
Przybyrad m Polish
Composed of the elements of przyby ("to arrive") and rad ("to be happy, to enjoy"). Thus, it can mean "the one with whom joy comes".
Przybyrada f Polish
Deriveds from przybyć meaning "to arrive" and rada meaning "counsel, advice".
Przybysław m Polish
The first element of this name is derived from Polish przybyć "to arrive, to come" (also compare Polish przybywać and przyjść, which also mean "to arrive, to come"). The second element is derived from Slavic slav "glory"... [more]
Przybysława f Polish
Feminine form of Przybysław.
Psalm m & f English (Puritan), Popular Culture
Old English (p)sealm, via ecclesiastical Latin from Greek psalmos ‘song sung to harp music’, from psallein ‘to pluck’.
Psalms f & m English (Rare, ?), Popular Culture
From the word psalms, a book of the Bible. The name of a character in AMC's Hell on Wheels.
Psamafa f Russian (Rare)
Russian form of Psamathe.
Psamanthe f Greek Mythology, Literature
Variant of Psamathe used in George Sandys's translation (1623) of Ovid's Metamorphoses, among other translations.
Psamathe f Greek Mythology
Derived from Greek ψάμαθος (psamathos) meaning "sand of the seashore". This was the name of multiple characters in Greek mythology, including one of the Nereids, as well as the mortal mother of Linus... [more]
Psappha f Ancient Greek
Aeolian Greek form of Sappho.
Pschimaxwe m Circassian
Circassian masculine name meaning "happy prince".
Psebide m Circassian
Circassian masculine name meaning "strong soul".
Psekas f Greek Mythology
The name of one of the band of sixty young Okeanid Nymphs which formed the core retinue of the goddess Artemis. Her name is derived from the word ψεκας (psekas) meaning "rain shower".
Pseudonymous m Literature
From the English word pseudonymous, meaning “writing or written under a false name”. It is used as a pseudonym by American author Pseudonymous Bosch.
Pshimaf m Circassian
Means "happy leader" in Adyghe, ultimately derived from pasha, an Ottoman Turkish military title.
Psique f Spanish (Rare)
Spanish form of Psyche.
Psmith m Literature
"Psmith Rupert (in later incarnations Ronald Eustace) Psmith, dandyish Old Etonian (expelled) flaneur and social escapologist in the works of P.G. Wodehouse. Debuting in 'Lost Lambs' (1909; later (1935) renamed 'Enter Psmith'), he was the first of the major characters Wodehouse created... [more]
Psote m Coptic
The meaning of this name is still unknown to me at this time. This name was borne by a Coptic saint from the 3rd century AD.
Pszczoła f Medieval Polish
Medieval Polish vernacular form of Deborah, derived from the word for "bee".
Psziché f Hungarian (Rare)
Hungarian form of Psyche.
Ptahil m Judeo-Christian Legend
This is the name of the Mandaean demiurge (see Demiurgos), probably based on a Mandaic root pth meaning "to mold" (or related to Egyptian Ptah) and the divine suffix il, which is Hebrew 'el (El).
Ptahneferu f Ancient Egyptian
Ancient Egyptian feminine name meaning "Beauty of Ptah".
Ptahshepses m Ancient Egyptian
Ancient Egyptian masculine name meaning "Ptah is noble" or "Ptah is esteemed".
Ptahwer m Ancient Egyptian
Ancient Egyptian masculine name meaning "Ptah is great".
Ptarmigan f English (Rare)
This name comes from a small genus of birds in the grouse subfamily, whose genus name is Lagopus. The name is derived from Scottish Gaelic tàrmachan, which is of unknown origin, and the Pt- spelling was adopted as early as the 1680s through a mistaken Greek construction, which may be based on the Greek word pteron meaning "wing."
Ptolemaeus m Ancient Greek (Latinized)
Latinized form of Ptolemaios (see Ptolemy).
Ptolemäus m German
German form of Ptolemaios via Ptolemaeus.
Ptolémée m French
French form of Ptolemaios via Ptolemaeus.
Ptolemei m Russian
Variant transcription of Ptolemey.
Ptolemej m Croatian, Serbian
Croatian and Serbian form of Ptolemaios via Ptolemaeus.
Ptolemėjas m Lithuanian
Lithuanian form of Ptolemaios via Ptolemaeus.
Ptolemeu m Catalan, Portuguese, Romanian
Catalan, Portuguese and Romanian form of Ptolemaios via Ptolemaeus.
Ptolemeusz m Polish
Polish form of Ptolemaios via Ptolemaeus.
Ptolemey m Bulgarian, Russian, Ukrainian
Bulgarian, Russian and Ukrainian form of Ptolemaios.
Ptolemocratia f Ancient Roman
Roman feminine given name derived from the Greek πολεμηιος (polemeios) meaning "aggressive" or "warlike" and κρατος (kratos) meaning "power". This was the name of a character in the play Rudens of Plautus.
Ptolomeo m Galician, Spanish
Galician and Spanish form of Ptolemaios via Ptolemaeus.
Pu f Chinese
Meaning "unpolished gem"
Puah f Hebrew, Egyptian Mythology
In the old testament, this was the name of one of the midwives who disobeyed Pharoah's orders to kill any Hebrew boys they delivered. Often seen alongside the name Shiphrah.
Puaiti f Tahitian
Means "small flower" in Tahitian.
Puakai f Hawaiian (Rare)
Means "ocean flower" in Hawaiian.
Pualakiuk f & m Greenlandic
Meaning unknown.
Pualei f Hawaiian (Rare)
Means "lei of flower" or "child of blossom," from pua meaning "flower, blossom" and lei meaning "lei, garland, wreath, (figuratively) beloved child."
Pualo m Greenlandic
Means "mitt" in Greenlandic.
Pualu m Greenlandic
Greenlandic younger form of Pualo.
Pualut m Greenlandic
Means "mittens" in Greenlandic.
Puāwai f Maori
Means "flower" in Maori.
Pubert m Popular Culture
Derived from the English word puberty. It is the name of the Addams Family's youngest child, featured in the 1993 film 'Addams Family Values'.
Publia f Late Roman
Feminine form of Publius.
Publianus m Late Roman
Roman cognomen which was derived from Publius.
Publije m Bosnian, Croatian
Bosnian and Croatian form of Publius.
Públio m Portuguese
Portuguese form of Publius.
Publio m Galician, Italian, Spanish
Galician, Italian and Spanish form of Publius.
Publju m Maltese
Maltese form of Publius.
Puccio m Medieval Italian
Short form of Filippuccio, Giuseppuccio, Jacopuccio and other pet forms that end in -puccio.... [more]
Pucella f Medieval Jewish, Medieval English
Derived from Old French pulcella, pucelle "maid, young woman". It was recorded in England between the 11th and 13th centuries.
Puckett m American (South)
Transferred use of the surname Puckett.
Pudeena f Hindi (Rare), Indian (Rare)
From Hindi पुदीना (pudeena) meaning "mint".
Pudenciana f Spanish (Rare), Portuguese (Archaic)
Spanish and Portuguese form of Pudentiana.
Pudenciano m Spanish (Rare), Portuguese (Archaic)
Spanish and Portuguese form of Pudentianus.
Pudens m Late Roman
Derived from the Latin adjective pudens meaning "shameful" as well as "bashful" and "chaste". It is ultimately derived from the Latin verb pudeo meaning "to be ashamed, to feel shame"... [more]
Pudente m Italian (Archaic), Spanish (Rare), Portuguese (Archaic)
Italian, Spanish and Portuguese form of Pudens.
Pudentia f Late Roman
Feminine form of Pudentius.
Pudentiana f Late Roman
Feminine form of Pudentianus. This was the name of a saint from the 2nd century AD.
Pudentianus m Late Roman
Roman cognomen which was derived from Pudentius.
Pudentila f Spanish, Portuguese
Spanish and Portuguese form of Pudentilla.
Pudentilla f Late Roman
Diminutive form of Pudentia. This was the name of the wife of the Latin-language prose writer Apuleius (2nd century AD).
Pudentius m Late Roman
Derived from the Latin adverb pudentius, which is the comparative form of pudenter meaning "modestly, bashfully" as well as "chastely". It is ultimately derived from the Latin adjective pudens meaning "shameful" as well as "bashful" and "chaste" (see Pudens).
Puengi f Chamorro
Means "night" in Chamorro.
Pueo m & f Hawaiian (Rare)
From the word referring to the Hawaiian short-eared owl, the owl being one of the more famous physical forms assumed by ʻaumākua (ancestor spirits) in Hawaiian culture, which vary.
Pug m Literature
Pug also known as Milamber is a fictional character who appears in the books of Raymond E. Feist. Pug is the protagonist in Feist's first novel, Magician, also featuring prominently in the Riftwar Saga, the Serpentwar Saga as a powerful member of the Conclave of Shadows.
Puglith f Medieval, Medieval English
An obscure medieval name with unknown meaning.
Pugsley m Popular Culture
Name of a character from The Addams Family.
Puh m Chinese (Hokkien)
Hokkien Chinese form of Fu.
Puhi f Albanian
Means "breeze" in Albanian.
Puhihwikwasu'u m Comanche
Means "iron jacket" in Comanche.
Puhiza f Albanian
From the Albanian puhizë meaning "light breeze".
Puhize f Albanian
Means "light breeze" in Albanian.
Pui f & m Chinese (Cantonese), Chinese (Hakka)
Meaning unknown. A notable name bearer was a former CBeebies presenter Pui Fan Lee who ran from (2002-2009).
Pui f Burmese
Means "silk" in Burmese.
Puji f & m Indonesian
Means "praise" in Indonesian, ultimately from Sanskrit पूजा (puja).
Pujiono m Javanese
Variant of Mujiono.
Pujoq m Greenlandic
Means "fog" in Greenlandic.
Pujya f Malayalam
Meaning "Respectful" and "Worthy".
Pukak m Greenlandic
Means "crystalline snow" in Greenlandic.
Pukaĸ m & f Greenlandic
Variant of Pukak.
Pukaq f & m Greenlandic
Greenlandic younger form of Pukaĸ.
Pukhtӑn m Chuvash
Chuvash form of Bogdan.
Pukhutsya f Nenets
Means "old woman" in Nenets.
Pukkeenegak f New World Mythology, Inuit Mythology
In Inuit mythology, Pukkeenegak is a goddess of children, pregnancy, childbirth and the making of clothes.
Pula f Sotho
Means "rain" in Sotho.
Pulai f Burmese
Means "pearl" in Burmese.
Pulak m Bengali
Pulak means A gem or Smile or Joy or Ecstasy or Rapture or Joy
Pulanchjinu m Corsican
Diminutive of Paulu.
Pulane f Sotho
Means "rainy" in Sesotho.
Pulareddu m Corsican
Diminutive of Paulu.
Pulatta f Greenlandic
Greenlandic younger form of Puláta.
Pulchera f Sicilian
Sicilian form of Pulcheria.
Pulcheria f Late Roman, History, English, Italian, Polish, Corsican (Rare, Archaic), German (Bessarabian)
Derived from Latin pulcher "beautiful". This name was borne by Saint Pulcheria, elder sister of the Byzantine emperor Theodosius II. It was also the name of a character in 'Crime and Punishment' by Fyodor Dostoevsky.
Pulchérie f French
French form of Pulcheria.
Pulcinella m Theatre
Possibly derived from a diminutive of Italian pulcino "chick". This is the name of a character (male, despite the name form) that appeared in the commedia dell'arte in the 17th century.
Pulegn m Romansh
Romansh form of Paul, traditionally found in central Grisons.
Puleun f & m Korean (Modern)
Variant transcription of Pureun.
Pul-ip f & m Korean (Modern, Rare)
From native Korean 풀잎 (pul-ip) meaning "blade of grass, grass leaf," from a combination of 풀 (pul) meaning "grass" and 잎 (ip) meaning "leaf, blade."
Pulkheriya f Russian
Russian form of Pulcheria.
Pullen f Balochi
Meaning "Flowery" in Balochi.
Pullonia f Corsican
Corsican form of Apollonia.
Pullunia f Sicilian
Sicilian form of Apollonia.
Pulmu f Finnish
Derived from the Finnish word pulmunen, meaning "snow bunting."
Pulod m Tajik
Means "steel" in Tajik.
Pultzelina f Medieval Jewish, Jewish (Archaic)
Derived from Old French pulcella, pucelle "maid, young woman".
Puluke m Hawaiian
Hawaiian form of Bruce.
Pulychkh m Nivkh
Derived from Nivkh pulk vuld meaning "to walk on all fours", therefore on the knees.
Puma f American (Rare)
Spanish from Quechua word puma, the name for a large American feline.
Pumbaa m Popular Culture, Swahili
Means "to be foolish, silly, weak-minded, careless, negligent" in Swahili. This is the name of the warthog in Disney's 'The Lion King' (1994).
Pumphut m Slavic Mythology
Pumphut is the name of a Sorbian gnome who plays tricks on abusive people. He is featured in the the novel 'Krabat' by Ottfried Preußler where he challenges the evil master in a duel of magic and defeats him.... [more]
Pumuckl m German (Modern, Rare), Popular Culture
Pumuckl is a diminutive of Nepomuk. It is mainly known as the name of a red-haired Kobold from children's radio plays and a children's TV series.... [more]
Puna f & m Hawaiian (Rare)
From the word meaning "spring (of water)."
Punam f Indian, Hindi
Means "night or day of the full moon" in Hindi, ultimately from Sanskrit पूर्णिमा (purnima).
Punee f Thai
Thai
Pungat m Nivkh
From Nivkh pyna meaning "bird".
Puni f Hawaiian
Hawaiian form of Bunny.
Puñiés f Romani (Caló)
Directly taken from Caló puñiés "sorrows", this name is used as the Caló form of Dolores.
Punig m Armenian
Means "phoenix" in Armenian.
Puniša m Serbian (Rare)
Derived from the adjective pun, literally meaning "full", denoting chubby and plump child.
Punj m Indian
Origin - Sanskrit, Indian, Tamil, Telugu, Nepali, Sinhala, Bengali, Australian, Mauritian, Fijian, Buddhist, Sikh, ... [more]
Punkt m Swedish (Rare, Archaic)
Means "full stop, point, dot" in Swedish (from Latin punctum). This name was traditionally given to ensure that its bearer would be his (or her?) parents' last child.
Pünktchen f Literature
Pünktchen ("little dot") is the main protagonist in Pünktchen und Anton by Erich Kästner. Pünktchen is the nickname the girl goes with, her real name is Luise Pogge.
Punky f Popular Culture
Diminutive of Penelope. It is the name of the titular character in the TV show 'Punky Brewster' (1985-1986).
Pūnohu m Hawaiian
Hawaiian masculine name meaning "rising mist".
Punshiba m Manipuri
Means "long-lived" in Meitei.
Punshirei f Manipuri
Means "flower of life" in Meitei.
Punsiba f & m Manipuri
Means "long life" in Meitei.
Puöl m Vilamovian
Variant of Pioel.
Pupe f Spanish
Diminutive of Guadalupe.
Pupillo m Italian, Spanish, Portuguese
Italian, Spanish and Portuguese form of Pupillus.
Pupillus m Ancient Roman
Derived from Latin pupillus "orphan, minor, little boy", which is a diminutive of Latin pupus "boy." Lucius Orbilius Pupillus was a grammarian from the 1st century BC.
Pupul f Hinduism
Its a hindu name meaning flower
Pura f Spanish, Catalan, Galician, Portuguese, Filipino
From pura meaning "pure," also used in Spanish-speaking countries as a diminutive of Purificación.
Pura m & f Sanskrit, Indonesian, Malay
Pūra (पुर) means "city" in Sanskrit.
Puran m Indian, Hindi, Punjabi
From Sanskrit पूरण (pūraṇa) meaning "fulfilling, completing".
Purandar m Sanskrit, Hindi, Hinduism, Indian, Indian (Sikh)
"Destroyer of strongholds " ; "destroyer of castles " ; lord Indra ... [more]
Puranjit m Hindi
Meaning Unknown.
Purastan f Armenian
Means "garden, orchard" in Armenian.
Purau m & f Tahitian
Means "hibiscus tiliaceus" (a type of tropical and coastal flower).
Purba f Khakas
Means "ring" in Khakas.
Pürçük f Khakas
Means "blooming bud" in Khakas.
Purdey f & m English (Rare), French (Rare)
Transferred use of the surname, a variant of Purdie.... [more]
Purdy m & f English (Rare)
Variant spelling of Purdie.
Puretu f Cook Islands Maori
Means "lovely, beautiful."
Pureum f & m Korean (Modern)
From the verbal noun of adjective 푸르다 (pureuda) meaning "blue, green; fresh" (compare Pureun and Param).
Pureum-i f & m Korean (Modern, Rare)
From Pureum combined with the subject marking particle 이 (i).
Pureun f & m Korean (Modern)
From the present determiner form of adjective 푸르다 (pureuda) meaning "blue, green; fresh" (compare Pureum and Paran).
Pureun-bit f & m Korean (Modern, Rare)
Combination of Pureun and Bit.
Pureun-sol f & m Korean (Modern, Rare)
Combination of Pureun and Sol.
Pürev m Mongolian
Means "Thursday" or "Jupiter" in Mongolian.
Pureza f Portuguese
It means "purity". Originally used as "Maria da Pureza", in honour of Nossa Senhora da Pureza (Our Lady of Purity).
Purifie m & f English (Puritan)
Meaning, "to make ceremonially clean." Referring to being purified from sin through Christ's death and resurrection.
Purify m English (Puritan)
Used in reference to purification from sin.
Purin f Popular Culture
From Japanese 歩 (pu) meaning "step" and 鈴 (rin) meaning bell. It can also mean "pudding". One fictional bearer of this name is Purin/Pudding/Buling Huang/Fong from Tokyo Mew Mew.
Puring f Filipino, Tagalog
Diminutive of Sinforosa.
Purinsesu f Japanese
Japanese name meaning "princess", influenced by the Japanese pronunciation of the English word princess.
Purity f English (Rare)
Middle English from Old French purete, later assimilated to late Latin puritas, from Latin purus ‘pure’. From the English word purity, which means "freedom from immorality."
Purl m English
From a surname of unknown meaning.
Purnamasari f Indonesian
From Indonesian purnama meaning "full moon" combined with sari meaning "essence".
Purnomo m Javanese
Javanese form of Purnama.
Puro f & m Finnish
Means "stream", it can also mean "creek"
Puron Khangba m Manipuri
Means "he who knows his ancestors" in Meitei.
Purple m & f English (Rare)
From English Purple.
Purpose f English
Middle English from Old French porpos, from the verb porposer, variant of proposer. Meaning, "the reason for which something is done or created or for which something exists."
Pürrhosz m Hungarian
Hungarian form of Pyrrhos (see Pyrrhus).
Purslane f Popular Culture
From the name of the herb ("a small, fleshy-leaved plant that grows in damp habitats or waste places, in particular Portulaca oleracea, a prostrate North American plant with tiny yellow flowers"), the origin of which is uncertain... [more]
Purvish m Indian (Rare)
He who rises from the east.
Puschkayts m Baltic Mythology
Old Prussian god of the earth.... [more]
Pushmataha m Choctaw
Meaning uncertain, though scholars agree that it suggests connotations of "ending"; possible meanings include "the warrior's seat is finished", "he has won all the honors of his race", and, from Apushamatahahubi, "a messenger of death" (literally "one whose rifle, tomahawk, or bow is alike fatal in war or hunting")... [more]
Pushpanjali f Tamil
Means "an offering of flowers" (to the Gods)... [more]
Pushpita f Bengali (Muslim)
blossoming flowers
Puspa f & m Indian, Hindi, Kannada, Tamil, Bengali, Odia, Assamese, Nepali, Indonesian
Indian alternate transcription of Pushpa as well as the Nepali and Indonesian form. It is sometimes used as a masculine name in Nepal.
Puspawati f Indonesian, Malay
Derived from Indonesian puspa meaning "flower" combined with the suffix -wati meaning "woman" (see Wati).
Puspita f Indonesian, Bengali
Derived from Sanskrit पुष्प (pushpa) meaning "flower".
Puspitasari f Indonesian
Combination of Puspita and Sari 2.
Pusuwan f Khitan, History
Derived from Chinese 普 (pu) meaning "wide, universal", 速 (su) meaning "quick, fast" and 完 (wan) meaning "whole, complete". It was the name of the name of an Empress of Qara Khitai.
Put m Biblical
Variant of Phut.
Pûte f Greenlandic
Short form of Pûtile.
Puthyrith m Khmer
Means "merciful power" in Khmer
Puti f Indonesian (Rare)
Means "Princess" in Minang language, West Sumatra. The name "Puti" is commonly found in various #WestSumatra myths and legends as the main character. "Puti Bungsu" was a fairy that got stranded on Earth due to a mischievous man who forced her to marry him by stealing her wings... [more]
Putiel m Biblical, Hebrew
Possibly means "contempt of God" or "afflicted of God" in Hebrew. In the bible, this is the name of the father-in-law of Eleazar.
Putih f & m Malay
Means "white" in Malay.
Pûtile f Greenlandic
Greenlandic form of Bodil.
Putimir m Medieval Slavic
The first element of this name is derived from Russian put' "road, path, way", which is ultimately derived from Proto-Slavic pǫtь "path". The second element is derived from Slavic mir "peace".
Putinas m Lithuanian (Rare)
Derived from the Lithuanian noun putinas, which refers to plants of the Viburnum genus, such as the snowball and the guelder rose. With that said, you might also want to compare this name with the dialectal Lithuanian noun putinas meaning "rooster".
Putislav m Medieval Slavic
The first element of this name is derived from Russian put' "road, path, way", which is ultimately derived from Proto-Slavic pǫtь "path". The second element is derived from Slavic slav "glory".
Putrea f Khmer
Means "jujube tree" in Khmer.
Putrie f Indonesian
Variant of Putri.
Putro m Javanese
Javanese form of Putra.
Putroë f Indonesian, Acehnese
Means "daughter" in Acehnese.
Putry f Indonesian
Variant of Putri.
Putsaya f Thai
means "clean"
Putta m Anglo-Saxon
Old English byname meaning "kite (bird of prey)", originally a nickname given to a fierce or rapacious person.
Putte m Swedish
Often used as a diminutive of Patrik.
Puu m & f Finnish
Means "tree" in Finnish.
Puumaya f & m Dagbani
It means the means the womb is cool.... [more]
Puuti f Greenlandic
Greenlandic younger form of Pûte.
Puutili f Greenlandic
Greenlandic younger form of Pûtile.
Puy f Basque, Aragonese, Spanish (Rare)
Taken from the Spanish title of the Virgin Mary Nuestra Señora del Puy meaning "Our Lady of Puy". In Auvergnat French, Puy means "promontory, hill". A legend tells that the image of the Virgin Mary was found at the top of a hill.
Puyi m Chinese (Rare)
From Chinese 溥 (pǔ) meaning "big, great, vast, wide" combined with 儀 (yí) meaning "ceremony, rite" or "gift, present". This was the name of the last Emperor of China who was deposed in 1912.
Pwint f & m Burmese
Means "to open, to blossom (as in a flower)" in Burmese.
Pwt m Literature
One of the characters in the magazine MUSE. He chases Crraw a lot.
Py f Swedish
Meaning uncertain. It could be derived from Swedish pyre "small child, tot".
Pya f Medieval Jewish
Recorded in 13th-century Anglo-Norman England, perhaps a Norman-Jewish form of the obscure Biblical female name Puah.
Pyaar m & f Sanskrit, Indian (Sikh)
Derives from Priya. This is one of five virtues that is vigorously promoted by the Sikh Gurus. The other four qualities are Truth (Sat), Contentment (Santosh), Compassion (Daya) and Humility (Nimrata).
Pyara f Hinduism
From the Hindi word प्यार (pyara) meaning "love"
Pyaremohan m Odia
It is one of Krishna's names.
Pychik f Chukchi
Means "bird" in Chukchi.
Pyee f Manx (Archaic)
Variant of Paaie, a Manx form of Peggy ("with loss of intervocalic consonant").
Pyeonggwon m Korean
From 평 and 權 "power, right, authority" (gwon).
Pyewacket m & f Literature, Popular Culture, Pet
An imp in form of a dog reported by Mathew Hopkins in his 1647 pamphlet "The Discovery of Witches". Also the cat familiar of the witch in the 1958 movie Bell, Book and Candle.
Pygmalion m Phoenician (Hellenized), Greek Mythology
Hellenized form of the Phoenician theophoric name Pu'mayyaton or Pu'myatan, which means "Pumay has given" or "the gift of Pumay" in Phoenician. However, it should be noted that there are two sources that claim that the meaning is "the tallest Pumay" and a few other sources that claim that the name consists of the god's name and the epithet 'eljon or geljon, which probably corresponds to the Hebrew religious epithet Elyon meaning "the most high, the highest"... [more]
Pyjter m Silesian, Vilamovian
Silesian and Vilamovian form of Piotr via German Peter.