Boy Names Start With P

Name Origin meaning Popularname
PADIAssyrian the king of Migron. -----
PAEGAAnglo Saxon small or fountain source -----
PAKIAfrican witness. -----
PAKUAkkadian Nebo. -----
PALAMEDESArthurian Sir christened Saracen knight loved Isolde.-----
PALIYAAssyrian the governor of Mazamua. -----
PALOMIDESArthurian Sir a Saracen knight son of Astlabor.-----
PAN ASSUR LAMURAssyrian a governor of Arbela. -----
PANTArthurian a king father of Lancelot. -----
PAP SUCULAssyrian an obscure Assyrian deity. -----
PAROUNAGArmenian circle circuit orbit sphere.-----
PAROUNAKArmenian circle circuit orbit-----
PARUSTAAssyrian the king of Kimaru. -----
PARZIVALArthurian Sir German Percival.-----
PASSEBREULArthurian Tristrams horse. -----
PATUBISTIAssyrian Egy. Petubastes. -----
PEDUILArabic Buduil. -----
PELLAMArthurian a king & brother of Garlon. -----
PELLEANArthurian the Maimed King. -----
PELLEASArthurian Sir lord of many isles.-----
PELLEHANArthurian son of Lambor. -----
PELLEHEMArthurian a king Percevels father or uncle . -----
PELLESArthurian father of sir Eliazar and cousin of Joseph of Arimathy.-----
PELLINOREArthurian knight of the Stranger Beast. -----
PLLUMBAlbanian pigeon. -----
PENDRAGONArthurian chief leader in war. -----
PERCEFORESTArthurian pierce forest. -----
PERCIVALArthurian Sir companion of the chalice.-----
PERCIVALEArthurian Sir Percival knight of the Round Table.-----
PERCYVELLEArthurian Sir companion of the chalice knight of the Round Table.-----
PEREDURArthurian Sir the dumb youth.-----
PERIMONESArthurian Sir The Red Knight.-----
PERPARIMAlbanian progress. -----
PER UIAfrican an obscure Ethiopian king. -----
PHELOTArthurian Sir a knight of the King of North Wales.-----
PHEREDINArthurian Sir a son of the king of Brittany.-----
PJETRAlbanian Peter rock. -----
PREKAlbanian touch. -----
PUAIMAAssyrian Puma. -----
PUDILAssyrian an early king of Assyria. -----
PUNNUAfrican a prince royal of Ethiopia. -----
PAHAS BELBabylonianthe governor of Amida.-----
PUTUR SINBabylonianloosen oh Sin -----
PATXIBasqueFrenchman or free.-----
PAULOBasquesmall.-----
PENKOBulgariana stone.-----
PEROBulgarian a stone.-----
PETARBulgariana stone.-----
PLAMENBulgarianfiery.-----
PETARCeltica stone.-----
PIRANCelticblack.-----
PIRANUSCelticblack.-----
PRASUTAGUSCelticMars the chief.-----
PEDROChamoru/Chamorroa stone.-----
POYOChamoru/Chamorroyoung chicken cockerel.-----
PULANChamoru/Chamorromoon.-----
PUTIONChamoru/Chamorrostar.-----
PEIZHIChineserespectful.-----
PASCOCornishEaster child.-----
PEDYRCornisha stone.-----
PERRANCornishlittle black one.-----
PIERANCornishlittle black one.-----
PIRANCornishlittle black one.-----
PIRANUSCornishlittle black one.-----
PIRINCornishlittle black one.-----
PATRIKCroatiannoble or patrician.-----
PAVAOCroatiansmall.-----
PEROCroatiana stone.-----
PETARCroatiana stone.-----
PATRIKCzechnoble or patrician.-----
PAVELCzechsmall.-----
PAVOLCzechsmall.-----
PETRCzecha stone.-----
PEMYSLCzechindustrious ingenious.-----
PEDERDanisha stone.-----
POULDanishsmall.-----
PREBENDanishornamental bear.-----
PREDBJORNDanishornamental bear.-----
PRIDBJORNDanishornamental bear.-----
PAUWELSDutchsmall.-----
PEPIJNDutchfather.-----
PIETDutcha stone.-----
PIETERDutcha stone.-----
PIMDutchresolute helmet.-----
PA ANKHEgyptianThe Living.-----
PA ANMUEgyptianthe father of the priest Pse pthah.-----
PA ASCHEgyptiana priest of the goddess Bast.-----
PABASEgyptiangovernor of Kher and Pehap.-----
PA BE KHEN NUEgyptiana mystical name of Amen Ra.-----
PACISEgyptian Bull Town a sacred bull.-----
Pa du amen nes ta uiEgyptianthe third priest of Amen Ra Schep Maut.-----
PADUBASTEgyptiana devotee of Apis.-----
PA DU EN RAEgyptianthe father of Ankh hor.-----
PA DU ISIEgyptiana singer and harpist.-----
PA DU NEITEgyptianthe son of Pa du pthah.-----
PADUNEITHEgyptianthe high priest of Pthah.-----
PA DU NUBEgyptianthe signet bearer of King Aspalut.-----
PA DU PTHAHEgyptiana priest of Apis.-----
PA DUSEgyptianthe son of the governor Horirem.-----
PA DU UZA HOREgyptianthe father of Par du bast.-----
PA HEBEgyptianan Egyptian devotee.-----
PA MAIEgyptiana king of the XXIInd dynasty.-----
PA NASIEgyptiana chief of boatmen.-----
PAH OSEgyptiana prophet of Amen Ra.-----
PAH UER NEFEREgyptianthat which arrives at Perfection.-----
PAI NETEMEgyptianthe grandson of Har hor.-----
PA KAMSIEgyptiana royal scribe.-----
PA KAR KAREgyptiana royal feather bearer.-----
Pakhrat har aa uskhEgyptianan incense bearer of Khons.-----
PAKHRUAEgyptianthe father of Ankhkheperra.-----
PAKHUR NINIPEgyptianthe king of Pakhnuti.-----
PAKU RUEgyptianthe king of Pisabtu.-----
PA MAUEgyptiana priest of the goddess Mehi.-----
PAMUEgyptianThe Lion.-----
PA NEBT MAEgyptianan early Egyptian astronomer.-----
PA NEHESEgyptiana royal scribe.-----
PANKHIEgyptianan obscure XXIVth dynasty king.-----
PANTINAEgyptianthe son of Aker and his wife Ana.-----
PAPIEgyptianthe father of Pthah hotep.-----
PAR AB HOREgyptiana priest of Apis.-----
PA RA NEFEREgyptianthe surname of Khonsu.-----
PAR DU BASTEgyptiana priest of Apis.-----
PESAHIEgyptiana prophet of Amen Ra.-----
PARUEgyptianThe Lion.-----
PA RU HAKAEgyptiana mystical title of Ra.-----
PARUSHTAEgyptianThe Mystic Lion.-----
PA SANKH URUEgyptianthe king of Natku.-----
PA SCHEPEgyptiana priest of Horus.-----
PA SE EN PTHAHEgyptiana priest of Apis.-----
PA SEN EN KHONSEgyptianthe father of Khasu en amen.-----
PASHAKASAEgyptiana greater divinity in of the Ritual of the Dead.-----
PASHETEgyptiana judicial officer.-----
PASIUENKHAEgyptianPai netem.-----
PASUPTIEgyptiana hawk deity.-----
PATAIKOSEgyptianthe pigmy god Pthah Sokari Osiris.-----
PATARBEMISEgyptianan officer in the court of Uahprahet.-----
Pat en ankh neb ka nofreEgyptianan Egyptian royal name.-----
PATESIEgyptianViceroy.-----
PAT HOR SAM TA TUIEgyptianan Egyptian chief.-----
PA UEREgyptiana prince of Kush.-----
P AUF NEITEgyptiana priest of Apis.-----
PAUSIRISEgyptiana petty vassal king.-----
PE ANKH EM TANENEgyptiana XIXth dynasty gentleman.-----
PEF AA BASTEgyptianthe father of Padubast.-----
PEF AA KHONSEgyptiana palace auditor.-----
PEF AA KHONSUEgyptianan Egyptian devotee of Apis.-----
PEF AA NEITEgyptiana priest of Amen Ra.-----
PEF NIFI NEITHEgyptiana prophet of Neith.-----
PE HON NETEREgyptianChief of the Works of Pthah.-----
PEKHIEgyptianthe successor of Sheshonk III.-----
PEKHRARIEgyptianChief of the Shepherds.-----
PE MEHT KHONSUEgyptiana son of Her hor si amun.-----
PEN AMENEgyptiana high priest of Amen.-----
PEN BA KAK AMENEgyptianan officer of state.-----
PEN EN AAUEgyptianthe name of an Egyptian gentleman.-----
PEN EOOUEgyptiana scribe.-----
Pen haka haka harEgyptianthe name of a mystical cow.-----
PEN HUIBANEgyptianan officer of the court of Rameses III.-----
PEN NEKHEBEgyptianthe surname of general Aahmes.-----
PEN NUEgyptiana prince of Kush.-----
PEN NUBEgyptianan early Egyptian astronomer.-----
PEN PIEIEgyptiana priest of Amen Ra.-----
PEN SES KHEMETEgyptianthe father of Aschsepsen.-----
PENT AUREgyptiana poet of the court of Rameses II.-----
PENT BEK HENEgyptiana prophet of the god Horus.-----
PENT EHIEgyptiana priest of Apis.-----
PENT ENIEgyptiana priest of Anhur.-----
PENT UAUEgyptianthe son of Teti.-----
PEPIEgyptiana short for Pepi merira.-----
PEPI MERIRAEgyptiana king of the VIth dynasty.-----
PER UIEgyptianan unidentified Ethiopian king.-----
PE SAHIEgyptiana prophet of Amen Ra.-----
PE SCHALI EN KHONSEgyptianthe father of Pet isis.-----
PET AMENEgyptianBelonging to Amen.-----
PET AMEN NEB KATTAEgyptianfourth priest of Amen Ra.-----
Pet amen neb nes atauiEgyptianthe son of the lady Tat maut as ankh.-----
PET AMENTEgyptianthe gatekeeper of the Golden Hall of Amen Ra.-----
PET EBAREgyptianthe chief of the scribes of Amen Ra.-----
PET E HAKEEgyptianthe father of the priest Taho.-----
PETEHARPOCRATESEgyptiananother form of Petiharpekhruti.-----
PET E KHONSEgyptianthe father of Psametik.-----
PET EMENOPHISEgyptianan Egyptian functionary of the XXVIth dynasty.-----
PETEMETEgyptianthe father of the lady Hat hor het aei.-----
PETEMNESTHEUSEgyptianPet amen neb nes ataui.-----
PET EN SENASEgyptianThat which is Sea.-----
PE TEP MUNKHEgyptianthe father of Taho.-----
PET HAR PE KHROTEgyptiana Middle Empire functionary.-----
PET HISETEgyptiana son of Takelot II.-----
PETIHARPEKHRUTIEgyptianScribe of the Sacred Territory of Abydos etc.-----
PETISISEgyptianthe grandson of Osorkon II.-----
PET ISISEgyptiana priest the son of Pe schali en khons and the lady Tenpepiou.-----
PET NITEgyptianthe son of the princess Tan te bast.-----
PET OSIRISEgyptiana chief wardrobe keeper.-----
PETSIBASTEgyptianfirst king of the XXIIIrd dynasty.-----
PETU ANKHIEgyptiana king of the XXIst dynasty.-----
PETUBASTEgyptiana priest of Pthah and Bast.-----
PETUBASTESEgyptianthe name of a couple of petty kings.-----
PHANESEgyptianan officer in the court of Psametik II.-----
PHELESEgyptiana usurper of the throne of Tyre.-----
PHILINOSEgyptianthe father of Pyrrha.-----
PHILITISEgyptianthe architect who is said to have designed the great pyramid.-----
PHRAHIUNAMIFEgyptiana son of Rameses II.-----
PIAAEgyptiana XVIIIth dynasty functionary.-----
PIAIEgyptiana XVIIIth dynasty functionary.-----
PIANKHIEgyptianan Ethiopian king of the XXIInd dynasty.-----
PIBAMENEgyptiana functionary in the temple of Amen Ra.-----
PIEAEgyptianan overseer of the White House.-----
PIE AEIEgyptiana priest of Ra.-----
PIEN NUN ENPEEgyptiana prophet of Month.-----
PI HOREgyptiana priest of the temple of Amen Ra.-----
PINETSEMEgyptiana form of the royal name Pai netem.-----
PIOUEREgyptiana royal scribe.-----
PIS AEIEgyptiana chorister of Amen Ra.-----
PIS ANHOREgyptianthe father of lady Taskhtali.-----
PIS AROEREgyptiana spondist of Amen Ra.-----
PISEMEgyptianthe name of two kings of the XXIst dynasty.-----
PISIRISEgyptiana king of Carchemish.-----
PNAAKUEgyptianthe flabellum bearer to Aahmes I.-----
PNEBTOEgyptianan uncertain Egyptian deity.-----
PNEI HOREgyptianthe father of the priest He hor rei.-----
PNOFREHIEgyptiana son of Her hor si amun.-----
POARMAEgyptiana captain of Piankhi Meramen.-----
Poti amen nesa tatuiEgyptianthe chief of sacred rites under Piankhi Meramen.-----
POU ISISEgyptianthe son of Har si esi and the lady Taterkat.-----
POUREMEgyptiana priest of Horus.-----
PRA EN AMENEgyptiana son of Her hor si amun.-----
PRAHIUNAMIFEgyptiana son of Rameses III.-----
PSA BEN HOREgyptianthe father of Ahmes.-----
PSAMEKTIAEgyptianprefect or overseer of bowmen.-----
PSAMETIKEgyptianthe name of several kings of Egypt.-----
PSAMETIK KHUEgyptiana royal steward.-----
PSAMETIK MUNKHEgyptianPsammetichus the Beneficent.-----
PSAMMENITUSEgyptianPsametik.-----
PSAMMETICHUSEgyptianPsametik.-----
PSAMMISEgyptianthe Greek name of several Saite dynasty kings.-----
PSAREgyptiana scribe of the palace of Rameses II.-----
PSE ISIEgyptianthe father of Pa ab hor.-----
PSENIOEgyptianthe son of the lady Babmouth.-----
PSE NIRINAEgyptiana boatman of Amen Ra.-----
PSE NUTEREgyptianthe father of Ankh hapi.-----
PSE PTHAHEgyptianthe son of Pa anmu.-----
PSE SEKHETEgyptiana devotee of Apis.-----
PSI MUTEgyptianthe successor of Osorkon III.-----
PSI NACHESEgyptiana XXIst dynasty monarch of Tanis.-----
PSONKHENSEgyptiana son of Aahmes.-----
PSUSENNESEgyptiana king of Tanis.-----
PTAH ASESEgyptiana IVth dynasty officer.-----
PTEIEgyptiana grand priest of Amen Ra.-----
PTHAHEgyptiana primordial deity created by Ra.-----
PTHAH ASESEgyptianthe son of Haka.-----
PTHAH EM HE BAIEgyptianan overseer or keeper of the bulls of Pthah.-----
PTHAH EM HEBIEgyptianan Egyptian priest.-----
PTHAH HAT ANKHEFEgyptianthe son of Prince Namurot.-----
PTHAH HOTEPEgyptianpeace of Pthah.-----
PTHAH MAIEgyptiana Sam and priest of Pthah.-----
PTHAH MERIEgyptianthe son of the royal scribe Pueri.-----
PTHAH MESEgyptianBorn of Pthah.-----
PTHAH NEFEREgyptianGood Pthah.-----
PTHAH NEFER KAEgyptianPthah s good spiritual double .-----
PTHAH NES ANB EFEgyptiana name of the deity Pthah.-----
PTHAH SOKARI OSIRISEgyptiana dwarf form of Pthah.-----
PTOLEMYEgyptianwar like or mighty in war.-----
PTOLEMYEgyptianALEXANDER a younger son of Ptolemy Physcon by Queen Cleopatra Cocce.-----
PTOLEMYEgyptianCSARION the infant son of Cleopatra VI. and Julius Caesar.-----
PTOLEMYEgyptianEPIPHANES the son of Ptolemy Philopater.-----
PTOLEMYEgyptianEUERGETES the son of Ptolemy Philadelphus.-----
PTOLEMYEgyptianPHILADELPHUS Ptolemy Brother Loving.-----
PTOLEMYEgyptianPHILOMETER Ptolemy Mother Loving.-----
PTOLEMYEgyptianPHILOPATER Ptolemy Father Loving.-----
PTOLEMYEgyptianPHYSCON Ptolemy Big Bellied.-----
PTOLEMYEgyptianSOTER Ptolemy The Saviour.-----
PUEREgyptiana prince of Kush.-----
PUERIEgyptiana XVIIIth dynasty royal scribe.-----
PUKHUNINIAPIEgyptianthe king of Khatkhiribi.-----
PUMAEgyptianthe king of Bendidi.-----
PURUSHAEgyptianthe Supreme Spirit.-----
PADDYEnglishAnglicized form of Irish Gaelic Paidi meaning patrician of noble birth.-----
PADENEnglishAnglicized form of Irish Gaelic Paidin meaning little patrician or little noble.-----
PACEEnglishEnglish surname transferred to forename use derived from the French personal name Pascal meaning Passover Easter.-----
PACEYEnglishPet form of English Pace meaning Passover Easter.-----
PAGEEnglishEnglish surname transferred to unisex forename use derived from a status name for a young boy who was apprenticed to a knight hence page young servant.-----
PAHATH MOABEnglishAnglicized form of Hebrew Pachath mowab meaning governor of Moab and pit of Moab. In the bible this is the name of an ancestor of a family of Babylonian exiles and the name of the father of Hashub.-----
PAISEEnglishShort form of English unisex Paisley meaning church.-----
PAISLEYEnglishScottish surname transferred to unisex forename use from an Anglicized form of Gaelic Paislig possibly derived from Late Latin basilica meaning church.-----
PALLUEnglishAnglicized form of Hebrew Palluw meaning distinguished. In the bible this is the name of the second son of Reuben.-----
PALMEREnglishEnglish surname transferred to forename use derived from Latin palma meaning palm tree. Before it was a surname Palmer was an old byname for a pilgrim, someone who had been on a pilgrimage to the Holy Land and brought back a palm branch as proof that they had actually been there.-----
PALUEnglishVariant spelling of English Pallu meaning distinguished.-----
PANCRASEnglishMedieval English name derived from Latin Pancratius meaning all power.-----
PARISModernEnglishEnglish unisex name derived from the French capital city Paris from the name of a Gaulish tribe called the Parisii who once lived on the site. Compare with another form of Paris.-----
PARKEREnglishEnglish occupational surname transferred to forename use from Middle English parc park, hence park keeper. Note in the Middle Ages a park was an enclosed area where the park owner hunted game.-----
PARRISVariantEnglishspelling of English unisex Paris derived from the name of the French capital city Paris from the name of a Gaulish tribe called the Parisii who once lived on the site.-----
PARRYEnglishVariant spelling of English Perry meaning wanderer.-----
PATEnglishEnglish unisex short form of English Patrick and Latin Patricia meaning patrician of noble birth.-----
PATRICKEnglishAnglicized form of Irish Gaelic Padraig meaning patrician of noble descent.-----
PATSYEnglishEnglish unisex name meaning patrician of noble birth. It is a pet form of both English Patrick and Latin Patricia.-----
PAULEnglishEnglish and French form of Latin Paulus meaning small. In the bible this is the name of the author of the 14 epistles of the New Testament.-----
PAULIEEnglishEnglish pet form of English/French Paul meaning small.-----
PAYTONEnglishEnglish surname transferred to unisex forename use from the name of a place composed of the Old English name Pga and the word tun enclosure, settlement, hence Pga s settlement.-----
PEARCEEnglishVariant spelling of English Piers meaning rock, stone.-----
PEERSEnglishVariant spelling of English Piers meaning rock, stone.-----
PEKAHIAHEnglishAnglicized form of Hebrew Peqachyah meaning Jehovah sees or whose eyes Jehovah opened. In the bible this is the name of a king of Samaria the son of king Menahem.-----
PERCEEnglishShort form of English Percival meaning pierced valley.-----
PERCIVALEnglishEnglish form of French Percevel meaning pierced valley. In Arthurian legend this is the name of the pure and innocent knight of King Arthur s court who was known as the Welshman. He was the son of King Pellinore and brother to Dindrane and Sirs Aglovale Dornar Lamorak and Tor. After the death of his father his mother raised him in the forest away from the ways of men. When he was 15 a group of knights passed through the forest and Percival was awe struck by their appearance. He then traveled to Arthur s court in the hope of becoming a knight himself. He was most noted for having succeeded in the Quest for the Holy Grail.-----
PERCYEnglishEnglish surname transferred to forename use originally a Norman French baronial name derived from the Gallo Roman personal name Persius probably meaning soldier but reanalyzed as a compound of Old French perce r pierced and haie hedge, hence pierced hedge. The name is often used as a pet form of Percival meaning pierced valley.-----
PEREGRINEEnglishEnglish name derived from Latin Peregrinus meaning wanderer.-----
PERRYEnglishPet form of English Peregrine meaning wanderer. In some cases it may be the transferred use of the topographic surname meaning lives by a pear tree.-----
PETEEnglishShort form of English Peter meaning rock, stone.-----
PETEREnglishAnglicized form of Scottish Gaelic Padraig meaning patrician, of noble descent.-----
PETERKINEnglishPet form of English Peter meaning rock, stone.-----
PEYTONEnglishVariant spelling of English unisex Payton meaning Pga s settlement.-----
PHALLUEnglishAnglicized form of Hebrew Palluw meaning distinguished. In the bible this is the name of the second son of Reuben.-----
PHARAOHEnglishAnglicized form of Greek Pharao his nakedness and Hebrew Paroh great house . In the bible this is a title for the king of Egypt.-----
PHELANEnglishAnglicized form of Irish Gaelic Faolan meaning little wolf.-----
PHELIMEnglishAnglicized form of Irish Gaelic Feidhlim possibly meaning hospitable.-----
PHILEnglishShort form of English Philip meaning lover of horses.-----
PHILANDEREnglishEnglish name derived from Latin Philandrus meaning with love for people.-----
PHILIPEnglishAnglicized form of Irish Gaelic Feidhlim possibly meaning hospitable.-----
PHILIPEEnglishVariant spelling of English Philip meaning lover of horses.-----
PHILLIPEnglishVariant spelling of English Philip meaning lover of horses.-----
PHILOEnglishEnglish and German name derived from Greek Philon meaning to love. Also used as a short form of other names beginning with Philo .-----
PHINEASEnglishVariant spelling of English Phinehas meaning mouth of brass.-----
PHINEHASEnglishAnglicized form of Hebrew Piynechac a form of Egyptian Panhsj the Nubian but translated from Hebrew pinechac meaning mouth of brass. In the bible this is the name of several characters including a son of Eleazar.-----
PHOENIXEnglishLatin form of Greek Phoinix meaning crimson. In mythology this is the name of an immortal bird who would rise from its own ashes after being consumed by fire every 500 years. The name has been adopted into English use as a unisex name.-----
PIERCEEnglishVariant spelling of English Piers meaning rock, stone.-----
PIERREEnglishFrench form of Latin Petrus meaning rock, stone.-----
PIERSEnglishMiddle English form of French Pierres meaning rock, stone.-----
PIPEnglishPet form of English Philip meaning lover of horses.-----
PIPEREnglishEnglish occupational surname transferred to unisex forename use derived from Middle English pipere meaning pipe player.-----
PIPPINEnglishEnglish variant of French Pepin meaning seed of a fruit.-----
PLACIDEnglishEnglish name derived from Latin Placidus meaning calm, placid.-----
POMPEYEnglishEnglish form of Roman Latin Pompeius possibly meaning display, solemn procession.-----
PORTEREnglishEnglish occupational surname transferred to forename use meaning doorkeeper.-----
PREMISLASEnglishAnglicized form of Latin Premislaus meaning cunning.-----
PREMYSLASEnglishAnglicized form of Latin Premislaus meaning cunning.-----
PRESTONEnglishEnglish surname transferred to forename use from the name of numerous places composed of the Old English elements preost priest and tun enclosure, settlement, hence priest s settlement.-----
PRICEEnglishEnglish surname transferred to forename use derived from the Middle English element pris meaning price or prize.-----
PRINCEEnglishEnglish name derived from the title prince from Latin princeps meaning chief, first.-----
PROSPEREnglishEnglish name derived from Latin Prosperus meaning fortunate, successful.-----
PACHJOEsperantoEsperanto pet form of Latin Paulus meaning small.-----
PAULOEsperantoBasque Esperanto and Portuguese form of Latin Paulus meaning small.-----
PAAVALIFinnishFinnish form of Latin Paulus meaning small.-----
PAAVIFinnishPet form of Finnish Paavo meaning small.-----
PAAVOFinnishFinnish form of Latin Paulus meaning small.-----
PASIFinnishPet form of Finnish Paavo meaning small.-----
PAULIFinnishFinnish form of Greek Paulos meaning small.-----
PEKKAFinnishFinnish form of Greek Petros meaning rock, stone.-----
PEKKOFinnishFinnish myth name of a god of barley and brewing usually called Pellon Pekko Pekko of the field . According to one source the name was derived from Old Norse *beggw from Proto Germanic *beww which also yielded Old Icelandic bygg and Old English beow barley. -----
PELLERVOFinnishFinnish unisex name meaning field. It is another name for the harvest god Sampsa.-----
PENTTIFinnishFinnish form of Greek Benediktos meaning blessed.-----
PERTTIFinnishShort form of Finnish Alpertti bright nobility and Roopertti famous.-----
PERTTUFinnishFinnish form of Greek Bartholomaios meaning son of Talmai.-----
PETRIFinnishFinnishform of Greek Petros meaning rock, stone. Compare with another form of Petri.-----
PETTERIFinnishFinnish form of Greek Petros meaning rock, stone.-----
PIETARIFinnishFinnish form of Greek Petros meaning rock, stone.-----
PYRYFinnishFinnish name meaning blizzard, snowstorm.-----
PADRAIGMisc. GaelicModern form of Old Irish Gaelic Patraicc meaning patrician of noble descent.-----
PDRAIGMisc. GaelicScottish Gaelic form of Irish Gaelic Padraig meaning patrician of noble descent.-----
PATRAICCMisc. GaelicOld Irish Gaelic name derived from Latin Patricius meaning patrician of noble descent.-----
PEADARMisc. GaelicGaelic form of Greek Petros meaning rock, stone.-----
PROINNTEACHMisc. GaelicIrish name composed of the Gaelic elements proinn banquet and teach hall, house, denoting a generous person.-----
PANKRAZGermanGerman form of Latin Pancratius meaning all power.-----
PARSIFALGermanVariant spelling of German Parzifal meaning pierced valley.-----
PARZIFALGermanGerman form of French Percevel meaning pierced valley.-----
PARZIVALGermanGerman form of French Percevel meaning pierced valley.-----
PHARAMONDGermanVariant spelling of German Faramond meaning journey protection.-----
PHILIPPGermanGerman form of Latin Philippus meaning lover of horses.-----
PHILOGermanEnglish and German name derived from Greek Philon meaning to love. Also used as a short form of other names beginning with Philo .-----
POLDIPetGermanform of German Luitpold meaning people bold. Compare with another form of Poldi.-----
POLDIEGermanVariant spelling of German Poldi meaning people bold.-----
PAIANGreek Variant spelling of Greek Paion meaning healer.-----
PAIONGreek Greek name meaning healer.In mythology this is the name of a physician god.-----
PALAIMONGreek Greek name meaning wrestler. In mythology this is the name of a young sea god who aided sailors in distress.-----
PALINOUROSGreekGreek name composed of the elements palin back, contrary or new and ouros storm, wind or mountain, hence possibly contrary wind or new mountain. In mythology this is the name of the pilot of Aineias s boat.-----
PALLASGreek Greek unisex name derived from the word pallo meaning to brandish a weapon. In mythology this is the name of many characters in Greek mythology a son of Euandros Latin Evander a giant son of Ouranos Latin Uranus and Gaia a Titan son of Kreios and Eurybia the father of the 50 Pallantids a daughter of Triton and it is an epithet of Athene.-----
PAMPHILOSGreek Ancient Greek name composed of the elements pan all and philos friend, hence friend of all.-----
PANGreek Greek name derived from the word pa on meaning herdsman. In mythology this is the name of a god of shepherds and flocks who had the horns hindquarters and legs of a goat.-----
PANAGIOTAKISGreek Pet form of Greek Panagiotis meaning all holy.-----
PANAGIOTISGreek Greek name composed of the elements pan all and hagios holy, hence all holy.-----
PANAYIOTISGreekVariant spelling of Greek Panagiotis meaning all holy.-----
PANDAROSGreek Variant form of Greek Pantheras meaning all hunter, i.e. panther. In mythology this is the name of the betrayer of the Greeks who hurled a lance at Menelaos breaking a solemn oath.-----
PANKRATIOSGreek Greek name composed of the elements pan all and kratos power, hence all power.-----
PANOPTESGreek Greek name meaning all eyed. In mythology this is an epithet of the giant Argos.-----
PANOSGreek Pet form of Greek Panagiotis meaning all holy.-----
PANTELEIMONGreek Greek name composed of the elements panta all and eleos mercy, hence all merciful.-----
PANTHERASGreek Ancient Greek name composed of the elements pan all and therao to hunt, hence all hunter, i.e. panther.-----
PARAMONIMOSGreek Ancient Greek name possibly derived from the word paramone meaning constant, enduring, or composed of para beside, beyond and the name Monimos to be favorable, pleasing. In ancient Greece there was a slave contract known as the paramone though of limited duration it was the most restrictive type of slavery giving the master absolute rights.-----
PARAMONOSGreek Contracted form of Greek Paramonimos meaning either constant, enduring or beyond Monimos.-----
PARISGreek Greek name probably derived from the word pari meaning wager.In mythology this is the name of the son of Priam who kidnapped Helene and later fatally wounded Achilles. Because it had been prophesied that he would cause the collapse of Troy his father gave him to a shepherd to be destroyed. The shepherd could not bring himself to kill the baby so he left him in the desert. Five days later he found the infant still alive and decided to take a chance, and raise the child himself. He named the baby Paris. Compare with another form of Paris.-----
PATRIKIOSGreek Greek form of Latin Patricius meaning patrician, of noble descent.-----
PATROKLOSGreek Greek name composed of the elements patros of the father and kleos glory, hence glory of the father. In mythology this is the name of the best friend of Achilles. Both were heroes who fought against the Trojans.-----
PAULOSGreek Greek form of Latin Paulus meaning small. In the bible this is the name of the author of the 14 epistles of the New Testament.-----
PAVLOSGreek Variant spelling of Greek Paulos meaning small.-----
PEGASOSGreek Greek name derived from the word pegaios meaning born near the pege source of the ocean, spring, or well . In mythology this is the name of a winged horse who was the son of Poseidon and the Gorgon Medousa Latin Medusa and brother to the giant Khrysaor Latin Chrysaor . Like Athene who was born of Zeus s head Pegasos and Chrysaor are said to have been born of Medusa s neck when Perseus beheaded her. According to Hesiod everywhere Pegasus struck hoof to earth an inspiring spring burst forth.-----
PELAGIOSGreek Greek name derived from the word pelagos the sea meaning of the sea.-----
PERIKLESGreek Greek name composed of the elements peri around and kleos glory, hence surrounded by glory.-----
PERSEUSGreek Greek myth name of the founder of Mycenae and the hero who killed the half mortal gorgon Medousa. If Greek the first element of the name might have derived from the word pertho meaning to sack, to destroy. And according to Carl Daling Buck in his Comparative Grammar of Greek and Latin the NAME suffix found in so many Greek names is typically used to form an agent noun. If so Perseus was a destroyer by profession i.e. a soldier, which is a fitting name for this legendary hero.-----
PETROSGreekGreek translation of the Aramaic byname Kephas meaning rock, stone. In the bible this is the name of one of Christ s apostles. The name was given by Jesus to Simon son of Jona to distinguish him from Simon Zelotes.-----
PHAETONGreekGreek name meaning the shining one. In mythology this is the name of one of the steeds of Aurora. The other is Abrax.-----
PHAIDROSGreek Greek name derived from the word phaidros meaning bright.-----
PHALLASGreekGreek name meaning stallion. This was the name of a horse belonging to Heraclios.-----
PHANSGreek Orphic myth name of the first God to appear at the beginning of creation derived from the Greek word phaino meaning bring to light make appear.According to Orphic tradition he passed the scepter of kingship to his only child Nyx who passed it on to Ouranos from whom it was seized by Kronos and finally by Zeus who devoured Phanes in order to obtain his primal powers. He has been described as a golden winged hermaphrodite.-----
PHARAOGreek Greek form of Hebrew Paroh great house meaning his nakedness. In the bible this is a title for the king of Egypt.-----
PHELIXGreek Greek form of Latin Felix meaning happy or lucky. In the bible this is the name of a Roman procurator of Judea.-----
PHESTOSGreek Greek form of Latin Festus meaning festival. In the bible this is the name of the successor of Felix the procurator of Judea who refused to bow to the pressure of the Jews who wanted him to condemn St. Paul to death for preaching.-----
PHILANDROSGreek Greek name derived from the word philandros meaning with love for people.In mythology this is the name of a son of Apollo and the nymph Akakallis.-----
PHILEMONGreek Greek name meaning affectionate. In the bible this is the name of an apostle to whom Paul sent a letter from prison. In mythology this is the name of the husband of Baukis. They were the only couple in Tyana who were hospitable to the disguised gods Zeus and Hermes.-----
PHILETOSGreek Greek name meaning beloved. In the bible this is the name of a heretic.-----
PHILIPPOSGreek Greek name composed of the elements phil love and hippos horse, hence lover of horses. In the bible this is the name of one of the 12 apostles of Jesus and several other characters.-----
PHILOKRATESGreek Greek name composed of the elements philos friend and kratos power, hence friend of power or to love power.-----
PHILOMELOSGreek Greek name meaning friend of ease. In mythology this is the name of a minor demi god.-----
PHILOMENESGreek Perhaps a form of Greek Philomenos meaning friend of ease.-----
PHILOMENOSGreek Supposedly another spelling for Greek Philomelos meaning friend of ease.-----
PHILONGreek Greek name derived from the word phileo meaning to love.-----
PHILOTHEOSGreek Greek name composed of the elements philos friend and theos god, hence friend of God or loves God.-----
PHLEGONGreekGreek myth name of one of the horses of the noon day sun meaning the burning/blazing one.-----
PHOBOSGreek Greek name meaning fear. In mythology this is the name of a son of Ares. It is also the name of a moon of Mars.-----
PHOIBOSGreek Greek name meaning shining one. In mythology this is a byname for the sun and for the god Apollo.-----
PHOINIXGreek Greek name derived from the word phoinix meaning crimson. In mythology this is the name of an immortal bird who would rise from its own ashes after being consumed by fire every 500 years.-----
PHOKASGreek Greek name meaning seal, the mammal.-----
PHOLOSGreek Greek name meaning of the cave or of the den. In mythology this is the name of a wise centaur. He was a friend of Herakles who accidentally poisoned him he surrendered his immortality to be rid of the agony of the poison.-----
PHORKYSGreek Greek name meaning of the sea. In mythology this is an old man ruling over the sea later he is described as a god of the hidden dangers of the deep a brother of Nereus and is depicted as a kind of merman.-----
PHORTOUNATOSGreek Greek form of Latin Fortunatus meaning fortunate happy well freighted. In the bible this is the name of a man who along with Achaikos and Stephanos carried a letter from the Corinthians to Paul and back again.-----
PHOSPHOROSGreek Greek name meaning bearer of light. In mythology this is the name of the personification of the planet Venus. He is also called Eosphoros.-----
PHOTIOSGreek Greek name derived from the element phos meaning light.-----
PHRENICOSGreekGreek name meaning intelligent. This is the name of the horse of Hiero of Syracuse that won the Olympic prize for single horses in the seventy third Olympiad.-----
PHRIXOSGreek Greek name derived from the word phrix meaning the ripple of water in wind the shivering of skin from fear.In mythology this is the name of the twin brother of Helle. The twins were children of Athamas and Nephele.-----
PHTHAGreek Greek form of Egyptian Ptah meaning opener of the mouth .-----
PHYLLIDOSGreek Masculine form of Greek Phyllis meaning foliage.-----
PILATOSGreek Greek name possibly meaning armed with a javelin or pilum, or perhaps contracted from pileatus meaning wearing the felt cap. Either way like Torquatus the name describes the badge of a slave. In the New Testament bible this is the name of the fifth or sixth Procurator of the Roman emperor in Judea and Samaria. Although he saw that Jesus was innocent he feared that the Jews would bring an accusation against him before Csar for the wrongs he had done them so he delivered him up to be crucified.-----
PLATONGreek Greek name derived from the word platys meaning broad, flat plateau.-----
PLOUTARCHOSGreek Greek name composed of the elements ploutos riches, wealth and arche origin, source, hence source of wealth.-----
PLOUTONGreek Greek name derived from the word ploutos meaning wealth. In mythology this is the name of a god of the underworld.-----
PODARGEGreek Greek unisex name meaning fleet foot. In mythology this is the name of several characters 1 one of the Harpies who was the mother of Balios and Xanthos 2 another name for the rainbow goddess Iris and 3 it was Priam s birth name he changed it after buying his life from Herakles.-----
POLYDEUKESGreek Greek name composed of the elements polys much and deukes sweet, hence very sweet. In mythology Castor beaver and Pollux are the twin sons of Leda and are known as the Gemini twins.-----
POLYDOROSGreek Greek name composed of the elements polys much and doron gift, hence bears many gifts. In mythology this is the name of Priam s youngest son and several other characters.-----
POLYKARPOSGreek Greek name composed of the elements polys much and karpos fruit, hence fruitful.-----
PONTIOSGreek Greek form of Latin Pontius meaning of the sea seaman. In the bible this was the first name of the Prefect of the Roman province of Judea Pontius Pilate.-----
PONTOSGreek Greek name meaning sea. In mythology this is the name of a god of the sea the father of Nereus Phorkys and other sea gods.-----
PORPHYRIOSGreek Greek name derived from the word porphyra meaning purple.-----
POSEIDNGreek Greek name probably derived from posis meaning lord, husband. In mythology this is the name of a god of horses and the sea known as the earth shaker. He is equated with Roman Neptune.-----
POSEIDONIOSGreek Greek name meaning of Poseidon.-----
POSIDONIOSGreekVariant spelling of Greek Poseidonios meaning of Poseidon.-----
PRAXISGreek Greek name meaning practice, exercise, or action.-----
PRAXITELESGreek Greek name composed of the elements praxis action, exercise, practice, and telos aim, goal.-----
PRIAMGreek Short form of Greek Priamos possibly meaning exceptionally courageous. In mythology this is the name of a king of Troy.-----
PRIAMOSGreek Greek name possibly derived from the Luwian compound priimuua meaning exceptionally courageous. Luwian is closely related to Hittite. In mythology this is the name of a king of Troy.-----
PROCHOROSGreek Greek name meaning leader of the dance. In the bible this is the name of one of the seven deacons chosen by the church at Jerusalem.-----
PROKOPIOSGreek Greek name derived from the word prokope meaning advance, progress.-----
PROMTHEUSGreek Greek name derived from the word promethes meaning foresight. In mythology this is the name of the Titan who was punished by Zeus for stealing fire to give to mankind.-----
PRTEUSGreek Greek name derived from the word protos meaning of the first. In mythology this is the sea god Homer called the Old Man of the Sea. Some equate him with the Phoenician sea god Milk qart.-----
PTOLEMAIOSGreek Greek name derived from the word polemeios meaning aggressive, warlike.-----
PTOLEMYGreekShort form of Greek Ptolemaios meaning aggressive, warlike.-----
PTOOPHAGOSGreek Greek name meaning glutton of Ptoon in Boeotia . In mythology this is the name of one of Orion s dogs.-----
PUROEISGreekGreek name meaning fiery hot. In mythology this is the name of one of the horses of the noon day sun.-----
PYROISGreekGreek name meaning fiery. In mythology this is the name of one of the horses of the Sun.-----
PYRRHOSGreek Greek name meaning flame like. In mythology this is the name of a son of Achilles. He is also known as Neoptolemos.-----
PYRROSGreek Variant spelling of Greek Pyrrhos meaning flame like.-----
PYTHAGORASGreek Greek name composed of the name Pythios python and the word agora market, hence python market.-----
PYTHEOSGreekVariant spelling of Greek Pythios possibly meaning to rot.-----
PYTHIASGreekGreek name possibly related to the word pythein meaning to rot. In Greek legend this is the name of a friend of Damon.-----
PYTHISGreek Contracted form of Greek Pythias possibly meaning to rot. This was the name of a noted Greek architect who constructed the temple of Athene at Priene.-----
PYTHIOSGreek Greek name possibly derived from the word pythein meaning to rot. In mythology this is the name of a serpent killed by Apollo near Delphi. The name then became one of his epithets.-----
PALIPossiblyGypsy/Romania Romani form of Hungarian Pil meaning small.-----
PESHAGypsy/RomaniRomani form of Russian Pasha meaning small.-----
PETSHAPossiblyGypsy/Romania variation of Basque Patxi meaning French.-----
PITIVOPossiblyGypsy/Romania pet form of Romani Pitti meaning rock stone.-----
PITTIPossiblyGypsy/Romania Romani form of Hungarian Peti meaning rock stone.-----
PLAMENGypsy/Romani Bulgarian name derived from Slavic plam meaning fire, flame. In use by the Romani.-----
PUNKAProbablyGypsy/Romania Romani form of Bulgarian Penko meaning rock stone.-----
PELEKEHawaiianHawaiian form of English Frederick meaning peaceful ruler.-----
PENIHawaiianHawaiian form of English Ben Benedict meaning blessed.-----
PIKAHawaiianHawaiian form of English Peter meaning rock, stone.-----
PILIPOHawaiianHawaiian form of English Philip meaning lover of horses.-----
PACHATH MOWABHebrew/Jewish Hebrew name meaning governor of Moab and pit of Moab. In the bible this is the name of an ancestor of a family of Babylonian exiles and the name of the father of Hashub.-----
PALLUWHebrew/Jewish Hebrew name meaning distinguished. In the bible this is the name of the second son of Reuben.-----
PAROHHebrew/Jewish Hebrew name of Egyptian origin meaning great house. In the bible this is a title for the king of Egypt.-----
PEQACHYAHHebrew/Jewish Hebrew name meaning Jehovah sees or whose eyes Jehovah opened. In the bible this is the name of a king of Samaria the son of king Menahem.-----
PINCHASHebrew/Jewish Variant spelling of Hebrew Piynechac a form of Egyptian Panhsj the Nubian but translated from Hebrew pinechac meaning mouth of brass.-----
PIYNECHACHebrew/Jewish Hebrew form of Egyptian Panhsj the Nubian but translated from Hebrew pinechac meaning mouth of brass. In the bible this is the name of several characters including a son of Eleazar.-----
PALLIcelandicIcelandic form of Greek Paulos meaning small.-----
PETURIcelandicIcelandic form of Greek Petros meaning rock, stone.-----
PORIcelandicIcelandic form of Old Norse orr meaning thunder.-----
PORBERGURIcelandicIcelandic form of Old Norse orbergr meaning orr s protection.-----
PORBJORNIcelandicIcelandic form ofOld Norse orbiorn meaning orr s bear.-----
PORGEIRIcelandicIcelandic form of Old Norse orgeirr meaning orr s spear.-----
PORGNRIcelandicIcelandic name composed of the name of the god Thor thunder and the Old Norse word gnyr clash, din, hence orr s clashor thunder clash.-----
PORLAKURIcelandicIcelandic form of Old Norse orlakr meaning orr s contender.-----
PORMODURIcelandicIcelandic form of Old Norse ormoor meaning orr s mind.-----
PORSTEINNIcelandicIcelandic form ofOld Norse orsteinn meaning orr s stone.-----
PORVALDURIcelandicIcelandic form of Old Norse orvaldr meaning orr s ruler.-----
PAPAKPersian/Avestan/Iranian Variant spelling of Persian Babak meaning little father.-----
PARVAIZPersian/Avestan/IranianVariant spelling of Persian Parviz meaning fortunate.-----
PARVIZPersian/Avestan/Iranian Persian name meaning fortunate.-----
PARWIZPersian/Avestan/IranianVariant spelling of Persian Parviz meaning fortunate.-----
PAYAMPersian/Avestan/Iranian Persian name meaning message.-----
PIRUZPersian/Avestan/Iranian Persian name meaning victorious.-----
PADRAIGIrishModern form of Old Irish Gaelic Patraicc meaning patrician of noble descent.-----
PAIDIIrishPet form of Irish Gaelic Padraig meaning patrician of noble birth.-----
PAIDINIrishDiminutive form of Irish Gaelic Pidraig meaning little patrician or little noble.-----
PARTHIrishShort form of Irish Gaelic Parthalan possibly meaning son of Talmai.-----
PARTHALANIrishIrish Gaelic legend name thought by some to have been derived from Latin Bartholomaeus meaning son of Talmai. As the legend goes this name belonged to an early invader of Ireland who was the first to arrive on those shores after the biblical flood.-----
PATRAICCIrishOld Irish Gaelic name derived from Latin Patricius meaning patrician of noble descent.-----
PIARASIrishIrish Gaelic form of Greek Petros meaning rock, stone.-----
PILIBIrishIrish Gaelic form of Greek Philippos meaning lover of horses.-----
POLIrishIrish form of Greek Paulos meaning small.-----
PROINSIASIrishIrish Gaelic form of Latin Franciscus meaning French.-----
PROINNTEACHIrishIrish name composed of the Gaelic elements proinn banquet and teach hall, house, denoting a generous person.-----

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