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# Name Origin Meaning Gender
1 Paarai Biblical Opening. M
2 Paaveli Finnish Finnish form of Paul. M

3 Paaveli Latin Small. M
4 Paavo Finnish Finnish form of Paul. M
5 Paavo Latin Small. M
6 Paavo Scandinavian Little. M
7 Pabiyan Russian Russian form of Fabian 'bean farmer'. M
8 Pablo Latin Variant of Paul: Little; small. M
9 Pablo Spanish Variant of Paul: Small. Famous Bearer: artist Pablo Picasso (1881-1973). M
10 Pacho Spanish Free. M
11 Pachu'a NativeAmerican Feathered water snake (Hopi). M
12 Paco NativeAmerican Eagle. M
13 Paco Spanish Free. M

14 Pacorro Spanish Free. M
15 Padan-aram Biblical Cultivated field or table-land. M
16 Paddy Irish Diminutive of Patrick: noble. Paddy is also sometimes used as a slang term for Irishman or for a temper tantrum. M
17 Paddy Latin Regal; noble. Diminutive of Patrick. M
18 Paden Scottish Royal. M
19 Padgett French Attendant. M
20 Padhraig Latin Regal. M
21 Padon Biblical His redemption; ox-yoke M
22 Padraic Irish Patrician; noble. Form of Patrick. M
23 Padraig Irish Noble. M
24 Padraig Latin Variant of Patrick: Regal; noble. M
25 Padriac Irish Noble. M
26 Padriac Latin Regal. M
27 Padric Irish Patrician; noble. Form of Patrick. M
28 Padrig Welsh Welsh form of Patrick 'noble'. M
29 Padruig Gaelic Gaelic form of Patrick. M
30 Padruig Scottish Royal. M
31 Paegastun English From the fighter's farm. M
32 Paella English Mantle. M
33 Pafko Czechoslovakian Czechoslovakian for son of Paul. M
34 Paganus Latin Villager. M
35 Page Anglo-Saxon Page. M
36 Page French Attendant. M
37 Page Shakespearean 'The Merry Wives of Windsor' A Gentleman of Windsor. Also William Page, his son. M
38 Paget French Attendant. M
39 Pagiel Biblical Prevention; or prayer; of God M
40 Pahana NativeAmerican Lost white brother (Hopi). M
41 Pahath-Moab Biblical Ruler of Moab M
42 Pai Biblical Howling, sighing. M
43 Paien French Name of a nobleman. M
44 Paige Anglo-Saxon Page. M
45 Paige French Attendant. M
46 Paine English Pagan. M
47 Paine Latin Rustic. M
48 Paki Egyptian Witness. M
49 Pal Latin Small. M
50 Pal Scandinavian Little. Form of Paul. M
51 Palaemon Greek A sea god. M
52 Palal Biblical Thinking. M
53 Palamedes ArthurianLegend A knight. M
54 Palamedes Greek Son of Nauplius. M
55 Palash Indian Flowering tree. M
56 Palban Spanish Blond. M
57 Palben Basque Blond. M
58 Palben Spanish Blond. M
59 Pales Latin God of cattle. M
60 Palestina Biblical Which is covered, watered, or brings and causes ruin. M
61 Palika Latin Small. M
62 Palinurus Latin Pilot of Aeneas's boat. M
63 Pallaton NativeAmerican Warrior. M
64 Pallu Biblical Admirable, hidden. Marvelous. M
65 Palmer English Pilgrim; bearing a palm branch. M
66 Palmer Latin Pilgrim. M
67 Palmere English Pilgrim. M
68 Palomydes ArthurianLegend A knight. M
69 Palsmedes ArthurianLegend A knight. M
70 Palt el Hebrew God liberates. M
71 Palti Biblical Deliverance, flight. M
72 Palti Hebrew God liberates. M
73 Paltiel Biblical Deliverance; or banishment; of God M
74 Pamphylia Biblical A nation made up of every tribe. M
75 Pan Greek God of flocks. M
76 Panagiotis Greek All or holy. M
77 Panchika Indian Husband of Abhirati. M
78 Panchito Teutonic Free. M
79 Pancho Spanish Nickname for Francisco and Frank. M
80 Pancratius Greek Supreme ruler. M
81 Pandareos Greek A thief. M
82 Pandarus Greek Killed for breaking a truce. M
83 Pandarus Latin A Trojan soldier. M
84 Pandarus Shakespearean 'The History of Troilus and Cressida' Uncle to Cressida. M
85 Pander Shakespearean 'Pericles, Prince of Tyre' A Pander. M
86 Pandu Indian Pale. M
87 Pandulph Shakespearean 'King John' Cardinal Pandulph, the Pope's legate. M
88 Pani Indian Pagan. M
89 Pannoowau NativeAmerican He lies (Algonquin). M
90 Panos Greek Rock. M
91 Pant ArthurianLegend Father of Lancelot. M
92 Panteleimon Greek Merciful. M
93 Panthino Shakespearean 'Two Gentlemen of Verona' Servant to Antonio. M
94 Pany Welsh Son of Harry. M
95 Paola Latin Small. M
96 Paolo Italian Italian form of Paul: Small. M
97 Paolo Latin Variant of Paul: Little; small. M
98 Papandrou Greek Son of Ander. M
99 Paphos Biblical Which boils, or is very hot. M
100 Paquito Teutonic Free. M
101 Parah Biblical A cow, increasing. M
102 Paran Biblical Beauty, glory, ornament. M
103 Parbar Biblical A suburb. M
104 Parfait French Perfect. M
105 Paris French The French capital. M
106 Paris Greek Son of Priam. M
107 Paris Latin Abductor of Helen. M
108 Paris Shakespearean 'The Tragedy of Romeo And Juliet' Paris, a young Count, kinsman to the Prince of Verona. 'The History of Troilus and Cressida' King Priam's son. M
109 Parisch English Lives near the church. M
110 Park English Of the forest. M
111 Parke English Of the forest. M
112 Parker English Keeper of the forest; forest ranger. Famous bearer: actor Parker Stevenson. M
113 Parkin English Little rock. M
114 Parkins English Son of Parkin. M
115 Parkinson English Son of Parkin. M
116 Parlan Aramaic Ploughman. M
117 Parlan Scottish Farmer. M
118 Parle English Little rock. M
119 Parmashta Biblical A yearling bull. M
120 Parmenas Biblical That abides, or is permanent. M
121 Parnach Biblical A bull striking, or struck. M
122 Parnall English Little rock. M
123 Parnassus Latin From Pamassus. M
124 Parnel English Surname derived from a medieval given name. M
125 Parnel Irish Nineteenth-century Irish Nationalist Charles Parnell. M
126 Parnell English Surname derived from a medieval given name. M
127 Parnell Irish Nineteenth-century Irish Nationalist Charles Parnell. M
128 Parolles Shakespearean All's Well That Ends Well.' A follower of Bertram, Count of Rousillon. M
129 Parosh Biblical A flea, the fruit of a moth. M
130 Parounag Armenian Grateful. M
131 Parr English From the cattle enclosure. M
132 Parrish English Lives near the church. M
133 Parry Welsh Son of Harry. M
134 Parsefal English Valley piercer. M
135 Parshandatha Biblical Given by prayer. M
136 Parsifal ArthurianLegend Hero of several Arthurian stories. M
137 Parsifal English Valley piercer. M
138 Part 1 and 2' Shakespearean Variant of Edmund: 'King Henry IV, Part 1' Earl of March. Scroop M
139 Parthalan Aramaic Ploughman. M
140 Parthalan Gaelic Son of the furrows. M
141 Parthenios Greek Virgin. M
142 Paruah Biblical Flourishing, that flies away. M
143 Parzifal ArthurianLegend Hero of several Arthurian stories. M
144 Parzifal Latin Destroyer. M
145 Pasach Biblical Thy broken piece. M
146 Pascal French Born on Easter. M
147 Pascal Hebrew Born on Passover. M
148 Pascal Italian Born on Passover. M
149 Paschal Hebrew Born on Passover. M
150 Pascoe French Variant of Pascal: Of Easter. M
151 Pascual French Born on Easter. M
152 Pascual Hebrew Passover. M
153 Pascual Italian Born on Passover. M
154 Pascual Spanish Passover. M
155 Pasdammin Biblical Portion or diminishing of blood. M
156 Paseah Biblical Passing over, halting. M
157 Pasha Muslim Pasha. A Title.. M
158 Pashenka Russian Little. M
159 Pashur Biblical That extends or multiplies the hole, whiteness. M
160 Pasqual Hebrew Passover. M
161 Pasqual Spanish Passover. M
162 Pasquale French Born on Easter. M
163 Pasquale Italian Passover. M
164 Pastor Latin Shepherd. M
165 Pat English Patrician, noble. Abbreviation of Patrick. M
166 Pat Irish Patrician; noble. Abbreviation of Patrick. M
167 Pat Latin Regal; noble. Diminutive of Patrick. M
168 Pat NativeAmerican Fish. M
169 Patamon NativeAmerican Tempest. M
170 Patara Biblical Trodden under foot. M
171 Pathros Biblical Mouthful of dough, persuasion of ruin. M
172 Pathrusim Biblical Mouthful of dough, persuasion of ruin. M
173 PatIyk Latin Regal. M
174 Patmos Biblical Mortal. M
175 Paton English From the warrior's town. M
176 Paton Latin Regal. M
177 Paton Scottish Royal. M
178 Patric French Patrician; noble. Form of Patrick. M
179 Patrice Latin Regal. M
180 Patricio Latin Regal. M
181 Patricio Portuguese Patrician; noble. Form of Patrick. M
182 Patricio Spanish Patrician; noble. Form of Patrick. M
183 Patrick English Patrician, noble. Romans society was divided into plebeians: (commoners) and patricians: (aristocrats). Saint Patrick - patron saint of Ireland. M
184 Patrick Irish Patrician; noble. Romans society was divided into plebeians: (commoners) and patricians: (aristocrats). Saint Patrick - patron saint of Ireland. M
185 Patrick Latin Regal; noble. St. Patrick introduced Christianity to Ireland, and later became Ireland's patron saint. M
186 Patrido Spanish Noble. M
187 Patrik Swedish Swedish form of Patrick 'noble'. M
188 Patrizio Italian Noble. M
189 Patrizio Latin Regal. M
190 Patrobas Biblical Paternal; that pursues the steps of his father M
191 Patroclus Greek Achilles' best friend. M
192 Patroclus Latin A friend of Achilles. M
193 Patroclus Shakespearean 'The History of Troilus and Cressida' A Greek commander. M
194 Patryk Polish Polish form of Patrick 'noble'. M
195 Patsy Latin Regal; noble. Diminutive of Patrick. M
196 Patten English From the warrior's town. M
197 Pattin English From the warrior's town. M
198 Patton English From the warrior's town. M
199 Patwin NativeAmerican Man. M
200 Patxi Teutonic Free. M