Submitted Names Starting with P

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Parten m Georgian
Georgian form of Parthenios (see Parthenia).
Partenia f Polish
Polish form of Parthenia.
Partênio m Portuguese
Portuguese form of Parthenios via Parthenius.
Partenio m Italian, Spanish
Italian and Spanish form of Parthenios via Parthenius.
Partenopeo m Italian, Spanish
Italian and Spanish form of Parthenopaeus.
Partenopeu m Catalan, Portuguese
Catalan and Portuguese form of Parthenopaeus.
Partev m Armenian
Means "Parthian" in Armenian.
Parthaon m Greek Mythology
Name of a Calydonian king, father to Oeneus and Agrius.
Parthasarathy m Indian
Another name for Krishna.
Parthavi f Hinduism
Means "Daughter of the Earth"
Parthena f English
A variant of Parthenia.
Parthenopaios m Greek Mythology
The first element of this name is derived from Greek παρθενος (parthénos) meaning "maiden, girl, virgin". The second element is probably derived from Greek παῖς (pais) "child", which would give the name as a whole the meaning of "child of a virgin".1 Another possibility is that the second element is derived from Greek οψ (ops) "voice", which would then make the name a masculine form of Parthenope... [more]
Parthenopeus m Ancient Greek (Latinized), Greek Mythology (Latinized)
Variant spelling of Parthenopaeus, which has gone on to become the spelling most commonly used, even though Parthenopaeus is more correct... [more]
Parthenya f English (Rare)
Rare spelling variant of Parthenia.
Parthivi f Indian (Anglicized)
Parthivi is one of other name of Mata Sits (Ramayana).... [more]
Pärttyli m Finnish
Finnish form from Bertil.
Pa-ru f Japanese
Japanese name meaning "pearl", influenced by the Japanese pronunciation of the English word pearl.
Paru m Indian
means "solar".
Parunag m Armenian
Means "vine branch" in Armenian.
Parush m Mordvin
From паро (Paro) meaning "good".
Paruyr m Armenian
Modern form of Paroyr.
Parva f Medieval, Medieval French
Latin parva "small, little".
Parvathi f Indian, Telugu, Malayalam, Tamil
South Indian form of Parvati.
Parvathy f Indian, Malayalam
South Indian form of Parvati.
Parvera f Albanian
Variant form of Pranvera.
Parvere f Albanian
Variant form of Pranvere.
Parvesh m & f Indian, Hindi, Punjabi
From Sanskrit प्रवेश (praveśa) meaning "entrance, entering".
Parvez m Bengali, Urdu, Indian (Muslim)
Bengali, Urdu and Indian form of Parviz.
Parvina f Tajik
Tajik form of Parvin.
Parwa f Quechua
Means "maize flower" in Quechua.
Parwati f Indian, Hindi, Indonesian
Hindi alternate transcription of Parvati as well as the Indonesian form.
Parwin f Persian
Variant of Parvin.
Parys m Polish
Polish form of Paris.
Parzival m German
Variant form of Parsifal.
Pasang m & f Tibetan, Bhutanese
Means "Venus (the planet)" or "Friday" in Tibetan.
Pasca f Medieval Italian, Medieval Cornish
Derived from Latin pascha "(feast of) Passover". The Jewish Passover holiday often coincided with the Christian Easter holiday; this name was given to children born or christened on or near that holiday... [more]
Pascale m Sardinian
Sardinian form of Pasquale.
Pascalin m Lengadocian
Diminutive of Pascal.
Pascalina f Gascon, Sardinian
Gascon feminine form of Pascau and Sardinian feminine form of Pascale.
Pascasia f Spanish, Italian
Spanish and Italian feminine form of Paschasius.
Pascasio m Italian, Spanish, Galician
Italian, Galician and Spanish form of Paschasius.
Pascau m Gascon, Provençal
Gascon and Provençal form of Pascal.
Pascaut m Medieval Occitan
Occitan form of Pascal.
Pascha f Greek
Greek name meaning "Easter". Traditionally given to girls born around Easter time.
Pascha f Medieval English
Feminization of Pascal.
Paschalle f English
Feminisation of Paschal, given rarely in Catholic regions.
Paschase m French
French form of Paschasius.
Paschasius m Late Roman
Means "Easter" or "of Easter", derived from Latin Pascha "Easter", which itself was a latinization of Hebrew pesach "Passover". Also compare Latin Paschalis at Pascal.
Paschazjusz m Polish
Polish form of Paschasius.
Paschedda f Sardinian
Diminutive of Pasca.
Páscoa f Portuguese
Portuguese to "Easter". Often as adaptation from Italian Pasqua.
Pascoal m Medieval Galician
Medieval Galician form of Pascal.
Pascoe m Medieval English, Cornish
Medieval English diminutive of Pascal and Cornish variant of Pasco.
Päscu m German (Swiss)
Bernese German variant of Pascal.
Pascua f Spanish (Rare)
Directly taken from Spanish Pascua, meaning "Easter".
Pasebakhaenniut m Ancient Egyptian
Ancient Egyptian masculine name meaning "The star appearing in the city".
Paseka m Sotho
Means "Easter" in Sesotho.
Paseri f Japanese (Modern, Rare)
Japanese transliteration of the English word parsley, referring to the type of flowering plant that has been widely used in European, Middle Eastern and American cooking.... [more]
Pash m & f Medieval English
An old baptismal name given for children born on Easter in reference to the latin pascal. See also Paschal.
Pasha m Armenian
From the Armenian word փաշայ (pʿašay) meaning "pasha", the title of a high-ranking Ottoman military officer.
Pasha'ay f Uyghur
Derived from the name Pasha and -ئاي‎ (-'ay) meaning "moon".
Pashache f Mari
Means "hard worker" in Mari.
Pashhur m Biblical Hebrew, Ancient Egyptian
Derived from Egyptian name possibly meaning "portion of the god horus". Used in Hebrew as "passover" indicating sparing and deliverance. Used multiple times in the old testament.
Pashi f Albanian
Means "beauty" in Albanian.
Pashie f Albanian
From the Albanian pashi meaning "beauty".
Pashkin m & f Medieval English
Diminutive of Pash.
Pashmina f Popular Culture
Derived from a type of cotton. Name given a character in animal crossing and hamtaro. Also a variant of the name Mina
Pashure m Biblical Hebrew
prosperity round about
Pasian f Armenian
Means "pheasant" in Armenian.
Pasicles m Ancient Greek (Latinized)
Latinized form of Pasikles. A bearer of this name was Pasicles of Thebes, a Greek philosopher from the 4th century BC.
Pasicrates m Ancient Greek (Latinized), Late Greek
Latinized form of Pasikrates. This was the name of a Christian martyr from the 3rd century AD.
Pasifaja f Croatian, Serbian
Croatian and Serbian form of Pasiphaë.
Pasifaya f Russian, Ukrainian
Russian and Ukrainian form of Pasiphaë.
Pasigenes m Ancient Greek
Means "born for all", derived from Greek πᾶς (pas) meaning "all, for all, of all" combined with Greek γενης (genes) meaning "born".
Pasikles m Ancient Greek
Means "glory of all", derived from Greek πᾶς (pas) meaning "all, for all, of all" combined with Greek κλεος (kleos) meaning "glory".
Pasikrat m Bulgarian, Russian, Serbian, Ukrainian
Bulgarian, Russian, Serbian and Ukrainian form of Pasikrates.
Pasikrates m Ancient Greek
Means "power of all", derived from Greek πᾶς (pas) meaning "all, for all, of all" combined with Greek κρατος (kratos) meaning "power".
Pasimenes m Ancient Greek
Means "strength of all", derived from Greek πᾶς (pas) meaning "all, for all, of all" combined with Greek μενος (menos) "power, strength, spirit."
Pasing f & m Filipino, Tagalog
Likely a diminutive of Pascuala or Pascual.
Pasinikos m Ancient Greek
Means "victory of all", derived from Greek πᾶς (pas) meaning "all, for all, of all" combined with Greek νικη (nike) meaning "victory".
Pasión f Spanish
Means "passion" in Spanish. This name has been used in reference to the Passion of Jesus Christ.
Pasipao m Tumbuka
Means "their ground, earth" in Tumbuka.
Pasiphaë f Greek Mythology
Derived from Greek πασιφαής (pasiphaēs) meaning "shining on all", which is ultimately derived from Greek πᾶς (pas) meaning "all, for all, of all" combined with Greek φάος (phaos) meaning "light" (related to Greek φῶς (phos) "light")... [more]
Pasiphanes m Ancient Greek
Means "appearing for all", derived from Greek πᾶς (pas) meaning "all, for all, of all" combined with Greek φανης (phanes) "appearing".
Pasiphilos m Ancient Greek
Means "friend of all", derived from Greek πᾶς (pas) meaning "all, for all, of all" combined with Greek φιλος (philos) meaning "friend, lover".
Pasiphilus m Ancient Greek (Latinized), Late Roman
Latinized form of Pasiphilos. A bearer of this name was Fabius Felix Pasiphilus Paulinus, a praefectus urbi from the 4th century AD.
Pasiphon m Ancient Greek
Means "voice of all", derived from Greek πᾶς (pas) meaning "all, for all, of all" combined with Greek φωνη (phone) meaning "voice".
Pasitea f Italian, Spanish, Portuguese
Italian, Spanish and Portuguese form of Pasithea.
Pasithea f Greek Mythology
Means "goddess of all", derived from Greek πᾶς (pas) meaning "all, for all, of all" combined with Greek θεα (thea) meaning "goddess". In Greek mythology she was one of the Charites, married to Hypnos, the god of sleep and dreams; she may have been regarded as a goddess of rest and relaxation or of hallucinations and hallucinogenic drugs.
Pasithée f French
French form of Pasithea.
Pask m Medieval English
Diminutive of Pascal.
Paska f Sardinian
Sardinian form of Pasqua.
Paskalis m Lithuanian
Lithuanian form of Paschalis (see Pascal).
Paskedda f Sardinian
Diminutive of Paska.
Paskell f Breton
Feminine form of Paskal and variant of Paskella.
Paskella f Breton (Rare)
Feminine form of Paskal.
Paskin m & f Medieval English
Diminutive of Pask.
Paskoal m Basque
Basque form of Pascal.
Paskus f Indigenous American, Cree
Means "rising" in Cree.
Paškvalina f Croatian
Croatian feminine form of Pascal.... [more]
Paskwüw m Indigenous American, Cree
Means "the plain", referring to the prairies, in Cree.
Pasky m Medieval English
Diminutive of Pascal.
Pasley m Altai (Rare)
Altai form of Vasiliy.
Pasqua f Italian (Rare)
Directly taken from Italian pasqua "Easter".
Pasqual m Catalan, Ladin
Catalan and Ladin form of Pascal.
Pasquala f Italian
Feminine form of Pasquale.
Pasquali m Corsican, Sicilian
Corsican variant and Sicilian form of Pasquale.
Pasqualuccio m Medieval Italian
Medieval Italian diminutive of Pasquale, as -uccio is an Italian masculine diminutive suffix.
Pasquarosa f Italian
Italian compound name created from Pasqua and Rosa.
Pasques f Medieval French
Recorded once in Paris of 1292.
Pasquina f Medieval Italian, Corsican
Derived from Italian Pasqua "Easter". This is also the Corsican feminine form of Pasquinu.
Passion f English (Rare)
First recorded as a given name in the 16th century, the name Passion was originally used by Christian parents in reference to the "Passion of Christ", a term denoting the suffering of Jesus. The word itself is derived from Latin passio "suffering", ultimately from Latin patior "to suffer; to endure" and was originally used to describe any suffering or pain concerning the body... [more]
Passitea f Italian
Italian form of Pasithea. A known bearer was the Blessed Passitea Crogi (1564-1615), a Cistercian nun of Siena who beat herself with thorns and washed the wounds with vinegar, salt and pepper.
Paştea m Medieval Romanian
Derived from Romanian Paște "Easter".
Pastel f English
From mid 17th century: via French from Italian pastello, diminutive of pasta ‘paste’.
Pasteur m French
French form of Pastor.
Pastolis m Greek
Short form, or variant form, of Apostolis.
Pastore m Italian
Italian form of Pastor.
Pastorella f Literature
From Italian pastorella meaning "little shepherdess" or "young shepherdess". Alternatively it could be a feminine diminutive of Pastor. Edmund Spenser used this name for a minor character in his epic poem 'The Faerie Queene' (1590-1596); Pastorella is raised by shepherds, but in the last Canto of Book 6 she is revealed to be the daughter of Sir Bellamoure and Lady Claribell.
Pastoria f Literature, Spanish
Elaboration of Pastora coined for a novel in the Oz series.
Pasupuleti f Indian, Telugu
This is an Indian and Telugu feminine name. Pasupuleti Kannamba (1911-1964) was an Indian versatile actress, playback singer and film producer of Telugu cinema, Andhra Pradesh, India. She acted in more than 170 films and produced about 25 films in Telugu and Tamil languages during the 1930s to the 1960s.
Pasuta f Thai
Means "hardworking" in Thai.
Paszkál m Hungarian
Hungarian form of Pascal.
Paszkália f Hungarian
Feminine form of Paszkál.
Paszko m Medieval Polish
Diminutive of Paweł.
Pasztorella f Hungarian
Cognate of Pastorella, meanig "little shepherdess".
Patama f Thai
Alternate transcription of Patthama.
Patamon m Indigenous American
Means "tempest"
Patape m Coptic
The meaning of this Coptic name is unfortunately still unknown to me at this time. One source claims that it may mean "of the head" (with head signifying 'leader'), but I cannot verify this as of yet.
Pätar m Old Swedish
Old Swedish form of Peter.
Patə̑r m Mari
Mari masculine name meaning "warrior, strong".
Patareshnes f Ancient Egyptian
Means "the land rejoices in her" in Egyptian.
Patarz m Caucasian Mythology
Chechen and Ingush form of Batradz.
Patch m English (Modern, Rare)
Transferred use of the surname Patch or from the English word patch meaning "a piece of material used to mend or cover a hole or a weak spot".
Patcharee f Thai
Derived from Thai พัชร (phatchara) meaning "diamond".
Patcharin f Thai
From Thai พัชร (phatchara) meaning "diamond" and อินทร์ (in) referring to the Hindu god Indra.
Patches f English
From the English word patches, which is a plural noun of patch.
Patchouli f Popular Culture, English
Patchouli comes from the bushy herb of the mint family and bears tiny pink-white flowers. A bearer of this name is Patchouli Knowledge, a character from the Touhou Project.
Patdleĸ m & f Greenlandic
Greenlandic name meaning "(dwarf) willow" or "alder" (Lat. Alnus crispa).
Patdlipaluk m Greenlandic
Greenlandic name meaning "little birch tree" or a combination of Patdleĸ and -paluk "dear little".
Pateemoh f Thai (Muslim)
Alternate transcription of Patimoh.
Patel m & f Indian
From the Gujarati word પટેલ (paṭēl) meaning "chief, village headsman". This is the most common surname among Indian-Americans.
Paterne m French
From the Latin word pater, meaning "father".
Paterson m English (Rare), Scottish (Rare)
Transferred use of the surname Paterson.
Pathama f Thai
Alternate transcription of Patthama.
Pathappan m Indian (Christian), Malayalam
Form of Peter used by Malayalam-speaking Saint Thomas Christians.
Pathé m French (African), Western African
Transferred use of the surname Pathé.
Pathïr m Western Yugur
Means "hero" in Western Yugur.
Pathma f & m Sinhalese
Sinhalese form of Padma.
Pathom m Thai
Means "first, primary" in Thai.
Pathos m French, Literature
The first name of a musketeer in Alexandre Duma's "The Three Musketeers"
Pathrose m Indian (Christian), Malayalam
Form of Peter used by Malayalam-speaking Saint Thomas Christians.
Páti f Portuguese
Diminutive of Patricia.
Pati f Spanish, Portuguese
Diminutive of Patricia.
Pati f Georgian
Short form of Patman, which is now primarily used as an independent name rather than as an unofficial nickname.
Patia f English (British)
British short form of Patricia.... [more]
Patie f Portuguese
Diminutive of Patricia.
Patiens m Ancient Roman Late Roman
From the element Patiens "patience" used by two saints.
Patient f & m English (Puritan)
Meaning, "able to accept or tolerate delays, problems, or suffering without becoming annoyed or anxious." See also Patience.
Patient m French
French form of Patiens.
Patientia f Medieval Italian, Late Roman, History (Ecclesiastical)
Derived from the Latin word patientia meaning "patience; suffering".
Patig m Armenian
"little duck"
Patil f Indian
Marathi (पाटील pāṭīl) and Kannada (ಪಾಟೀಲ pāṭīl) of Patel, from the Gujarati word પટેલ (paṭēl) meaning "chief, village headsman".
Patil f Armenian
Means "snowflake" in Armenian.
Patima f Indonesian, Lak
Indonesian and Lak form of Fatimah.
Patima f & m Thai
Means "image, figure" in Thai.
Patimah f Indonesian, Malay
Indonesian and Malay form of Fatimah.
Patimat f Avar, Kumyk, Dargin, Lezgin, Lak
Form of Fatimah used in Dagestan.
Patina f English (Modern, Rare)
Patina is a thin layer that variously forms on the surface of stone, on copper, bronze and similar metals, on wooden furniture or any such acquired change of a surface through age and exposure.
Patiphan m Thai
Means "wit, wisdom" in Thai.
Patiy f Karachay-Balkar
Diminutive form of Fatimat or Patimat.
Patma f Turkmen
Turkmen form of Fatimah.
Patman m Pashto
Means "man of honour", from Pashto pat "honour" and man "self".
Patman f Literature, Georgian (Rare)
Georgian sources state that this name is of Arabic origin and means "breastfeeding", but it is probably more likely that Patman is actually the Georgian form of Fatma, which is also what the name is associated with.... [more]
Patnubay m & f Filipino (Rare), Tagalog (Rare)
Means "guide, companion" in Tagalog.
Pato m & f Spanish
Diminutive of Patricia and Patricio.
Paton m Manx (Archaic)
Diminutive of Patrick.
Patra f English (Rare), Greek (Rare)
Possibly a variant of Petra or a short form of Cleopatra.
Patrek m Icelandic
Icelandic form of Patrick. Known from the village Patreksfjörður (Patricks Fjord) in Iceland.
Patrekur m Icelandic
Icelandic form of Patrekr.
Pátri f & m Spanish
Diminutive of Patricia and Patricio.
Pàtric m ?
Form of Patrick.
Patric m French, Swedish, Manx, Provençal
French, Swedish and Manx variant of Patrick as well as the Provençal form of this name.
Patricea f English (Rare, ?)
Extended form of Patrice 2 or variant of Patricia.
Patrici m Catalan, Lengadocian, Provençal, Gascon
Catalan and Occitan form of Patrick.
Patriciu m Romanian
Romanian form of Patricius (see Patrick).
Patricjô f Kashubian
Kashubian form of Patricia.
Patrika f Various, African American (Rare)
Feminine form of Patrick (see also Patrik).... [more]
Patrikas m Lithuanian
Lithuanian form of Patricius (see Patrick).
Patrike f Basque (Modern, Rare)
Coined by Sabino Arana Goiri and Koldo Elizalde as a Basque form of Patricia.
Patrikios m Greek
Greek form of Patricius.
Patrikiy m Russian
Russian form of Patricius (See PATRICK).
Patrikki m Finnish (Rare)
Finnish form of Patrick.
Patriko m Esperanto
Esperanto form of Patrick.
Patriks m Latvian
Latvian form of Patrick.
Pátrikur m Faroese
Faroese form of Patrick.
Patrin m Romani
Directly taken from the Romani word patrin "leaf".
Patrina f English
Feminine diminutive of Patrick influenced by Katrina
Patriot m Albanian (Rare), Indonesian (Rare), Various
From the English word patriot.
Patrique m Portuguese
Portuguese form of Patrick.
Patrisía f Icelandic
Icelandic form of Patricia.
Patrisse f African American
Probably derived from the French name Patrice.... [more]
Patritius m Medieval German
Variant of Patricius. A bearer of this name was Patritius Sporer, a German Franciscan moral theologian from the 17th century AD.
Patrìtziu m Sardinian
Sardinian form of Patricius.
Patrix m Various (Rare, Archaic)
Transferred use of the surname Patrix.
Patriziu m Corsican, Sicilian
Corsican and Sicilian form of Patricius.
Patrizja f Maltese
Maltese form of Patricia.
Patrobas m Ancient Roman, Ancient Greek
Derived from greeks "paternal". This is the name of a Roman christian mentioned in Paul's letter to the Romans.
Patrocinio f & m Spanish
This name means "patronage."
Pàtrocle m Catalan
Catalan form of Patroklos (see Patroclus).
Patrocle m French
French form of Patroklos (see Patroclus).
Patrocles m Romanian
Romanian form of Patroklos (see Patroclus)
Pátroclo m Portuguese
Portuguese form of Patroklos (see Patroclus).
Patroclo m Italian
Italian form of Patroklos (see Patroclus).
Patronella f English
Meaning Rock and is of English origin.
Pătru m Romanian (Archaic)
Transylvanian form of Petru.
Patrycjusz m Polish
Polish form of Patricius.
Patrynia f Polish
Diminutive of Patrycja.
Patrysia f Polish
Diminutive of Patrycja.
Patrysiya f Belarusian
Belarusian form of Patricia.
Patsakon m Thai
Alternate transcription of Phatsakon.
Patsakorn m Thai
Alternate transcription of Phatsakon.
Patson m Pashto
Means "uprising" or "self-defence" in Pashto.
Pattama f Thai
Alternate transcription of Patthama.
Pattamawadee f Thai
Alternate transcription of Patthamawadi.
Pattamawadi f Thai
Alternate transcription of Patthamawadi.
Pattamawan f Thai
Alternate transcription of Patthamawan.
Patthama f Thai
Means "lotus" in Thai, ultimately from Sanskrit पद्म (padma).
Patthamawadee f Thai
Alternate transcription of Patthamawadi.
Patthamawadi f Thai
From Thai ปัทมา (patthama) meaning "lotus" and วดี (wadi) meaning "possessing, having".
Patthamawan f Thai
From Thai ปัทมา (patthama) meaning "lotus" and วรรณ (wan) meaning "colour, tint".