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# Name Origin Meaning Gender
1 Pabla Spanish Little. F
2 Paciencia Spanish Patient. F

3 Pacquita Latin Free. F
4 Padan-aram Biblical Cultivated field or table-land. F
5 Paddy Latin Diminutive of Patricia: Noble. St. Patricia was a 7th century patron saint of Naples. F
6 Padma Hindi Lotus flower. F
7 Padma Indian Lotus. F
8 Padraigin Irish Noble. F
9 Page French Attendant. F
10 Page Greek Child. F
11 Page Shakespearean 'King Henry the Eighth' Anne Bullen, Katharine's Maid of Honour, afterwards Queen. 'The Merry Wives of Windsor' Mistress Anne Page, daughter to Mistress Ford. F
12 Pai Biblical Howling, sighing. F
13 Paige French Attendant. F

14 Paili Hebrew Bitter. F
15 Pakwa NativeAmerican Frog (Hopi). F
16 Palba Spanish Blond. F
17 Pales Latin Goddess of shepherds and flocks. F
18 Palestina Biblical Which is covered, watered, or brings and causes ruin. F
19 Paliki Hungarian Little. F
20 Pall Hebrew Bitter. F
21 Pallantia Latin Daughter of Hercules. F
22 Pallas Latin Daughter of Triton. F
23 Pallu Biblical Marvelous, hidden. F
24 Palma Latin Palm tree. F
25 Palmira Latin Palm tree. F
26 Palmira Spanish From the city of palms. F
27 Palmyra Latin Palm tree. F
28 Paloma Spanish Dove. F
29 Pam English Diminutive of Pamela: Name invented in the 16th century for a heroine of the book Arcadia', by Sir Philip Sidney. F
30 Pamela English Name invented in the 16th century for a heroine of the book Arcadia', by Sir Philip Sidney. F
31 Pamela Greek Made from honey. F
32 Pamela Latin Made of honey. F
33 Pamelia English Variant of Pamela: Name invented in the 16th century for a heroine of the book Arcadia', by Sir Philip Sidney. F
34 Pamelina Latin Made of honey. F
35 Pameline Latin Made of honey. F
36 Pamella Latin Made of honey. F
37 Pammeli Latin Made of honey. F
38 Pamphylia Biblical A nation made up of every tribe. F
39 Pamuy NativeAmerican Water moon (Hopi). F
40 Panagiota Greek Holy. F
41 Pandara Indian Wife. F
42 Pandita Hindi Studious. F
43 Pandora Greek All-gift. In Greek mythology, Pandora's curiosity led her to open a mysterious box, thereby releasing misery and hope into the world. F
44 Panphila Greek All loving. F
45 Pansy English After the flower by the same name. Pansy is not popular today as a result of its use as a slang term for a homosexual or an effeminate man. F
46 Pansy French Flower. F
47 Pansy Greek Flower. F
48 Panthea Greek All the gods. F
49 Pantxike Latin Free. F
50 Panya Egyptian Mouse. F
51 Panya Latin Crowned in victory. F
52 Panya Russian Feminine form of Stephan: crowned with laurels. F
53 Paola Italian Little. F
54 Paola Latin Small. F
55 Paphos Biblical Which boils, or is very hot. F
56 Paphos Latin Mother of Cinyras. F
57 Paquita Spanish Free. F
58 Paraaha Russian Born on Good Friday. F
59 Parah Biblical A cow, increasing. F
60 Paran Biblical Beauty, glory, ornament. F
61 Parashie Russian Born on Good Friday. F
62 Parbar Biblical A suburb. F
63 Parca Latin Named for the Furies. F
64 Parcae Latin Named for the Furies. F
65 Parcia Latin Named for the Furies. F
66 Parihan Muslim A fairy.. F
67 Parnella French Rock. F
68 Parosh Biblical A flea, the fruit of a moth. F
69 Parthenia Greek Virgin; chaste. F
70 Parthenie Greek Chaste. F
71 Parvaneh Persian Butterfly. F
72 Parveen Muslim Variant of Parvin: Pleiades. Cluster of stars.. F
73 Parvin Muslim Pleiades. Cluster of stars.. F
74 Pascala French Born at Easter. F
75 Pascale French Born at Easter. F
76 Pascaline French Born at Easter. F
77 Pasclina French Born at Easter. F
78 Pasdammin Biblical Portion or diminishing of blood. F
79 Pasha Greek Born at Easter. F
80 Pasha Russian Born on Good Friday. F
81 Pasiphae Greek Wife of Minos. F
82 Pasithea Latin Mother of Pandion. F
83 Pastora Spanish Shepherdess. F
84 Pastora Teutonic Shepherdess. F
85 Pastore Teutonic Shepherdess. F
86 Pat Latin Diminutive of Patricia: Noble. St. Patricia was a 7th century patron saint of Naples. F
87 Patara Biblical Trodden under foot. F
88 Pathros Biblical Mouthful of dough, persuasion of ruin. F
89 Pathrusim Biblical Mouthful of dough, persuasion of ruin. F
90 Patience English Patience. One of the many qualities and virtues that the Puritans adopted as names after the Reformation. F
91 Patience French Enduring. F
92 Patience Latin Patient. F
93 Patience Shakespearean 'King Henry the Eighth' Serving woman to Queen Katharine. F
94 Patiencia Latin Patient. F
95 Patientia Latin Patient. F
96 Patmos Biblical Mortal. F
97 Patrice French Noble. F
98 Patrice Latin Noble. F
99 Patricia Latin Feminine form of Patrick: Regal; noble. F
100 Patricia Spanish Noble. F
101 Patrizia Italian Noble. F
102 Patsy Latin Diminutive of Patricia: Noble. St. Patricia was a 7th century patron saint of Naples. F
103 Patti Latin Diminutive of Patricia: Noble. St. Patricia was a 7th century patron saint of Naples. F
104 Pattie Aramaic Diminutive of Martha: Lady. F
105 Pattie Latin Diminutive of Patricia: Noble. St. Patricia was a 7th century patron saint of Naples. F
106 Patty Aramaic Diminutive of Martha: Lady. F
107 Patty German Diminutive of Matilda: Strength in battle. Matilda was the wife of William the Conqueror. Used in Australia as slang for a bushman's pack. F
108 Patty Latin Diminutive of Patricia: Noble. St. Patricia was a 7th century patron saint of Naples. F
109 Pau Biblical Howling, sighing. F
110 Paula Latin Feminine form of Paul: Little; small. F
111 Paula Swedish Little. F
112 Pauleta Latin Small. F
113 Pauletta Latin Small. F
114 Paulette Latin Feminine form of Paul: Little; small. F
115 Pauli Latin Small. F
116 Paulina Latin Small. F
117 Paulina Polish Little. F
118 Paulina Russian Little. F
119 Paulina Shakespearean 'The Winter's Tale' Wife to Antigonus. F
120 Paulina Swedish Little. F
121 Pauline Latin Feminine form of Paul: Little; small. F
122 Pauline Russian Little. F
123 Paulita Latin Small. F
124 Paulita Spanish Little. F
125 Pauwau NativeAmerican Witch (Algonquin). F
126 Pavati NativeAmerican Clear water (Hopi). F
127 Pavla Czechoslovakian Feminine form of Pavlov. F
128 Pavla Latin Small. F
129 Pavla Ukrainian Little. F
130 Pavlina Latin Small. F
131 Pax English Peaceful. F
132 Pax Latin Peace. F
133 Paz Hebrew Golden. F
134 Paz Spanish Peace. F
135 Paza Hebrew Golden. F
136 Pazia Hebrew Golden. F
137 Pazice Hebrew Golden. F
138 Pazit Hebrew Golden. F
139 Peace English Peace; peaceful. One of the many qualities and virtues that the Puritans adopted as names after the Reformation. F
140 Peace Latin Tranquil. F
141 Pearl English Pearl (after the name of the semi-precious jewel). F
142 Pearl Latin Precious. F
143 Pearla Latin Precious. F
144 Pearle Latin Precious. F
145 Pearlie English Diminutive of Pearl: Pearl (after the name of the semi-precious jewel). F
146 Pearlina Latin Precious. F
147 Pearline Latin Precious. F
148 Pedra Spanish Stone. F
149 Pedrine Danish Feminine of Pedar. F
150 Peg English Diminutive of Margaret which developed from rhyming with Meg. F
151 Peg Greek Diminutive of Margaret: Pearl. F
152 Peg Persian Diminutive of Margaret: Child of light. Famous Bearer: Margaret Thatcher, former Prime Minister of the United Kingdom. F
153 Pegeen Greek Pearl. F
154 Peggy English Variant of Peg: Diminutive of Margaret which developed from rhyming with Meg. F
155 Peggy Greek Diminutive of Margaret: Pearl. F
156 Peggy Persian Diminutive of Margaret: Child of light. Famous Bearer: Margaret Thatcher, former Prime Minister of the United Kingdom. F
157 Peigi Gaelic Peg. F
158 Peirene Latin Lover of Poseidon. F
159 Pelagia Greek Dweller by the sea. F
160 Pelaiah Biblical The Lord's secret or miracle. F
161 Peleg Biblical Division. F
162 Pelicia Greek Weaver. F
163 Pellikita Latin Happy. F
164 Pellkita Latin Happy. F
165 Pellonia Latin Invoked to ward off enemies. F
166 Pelonite Biblical Falling, secret. F
167 Pelopia Greek Mother of Aegisthus. F
168 Pemphredo Greek Sister of the Gorgons. F
169 Pen Greek Diminutive of Penelope: Bobbin. Penelope was the faithful wife of Odysseus in Homer's Odyssey. F
170 Penarddun Celtic Mythical daughter of Beli. F
171 Penarddun Welsh Legendary daughter of Beli. F
172 Penelope Gaelic Variant of Fenella: White shoulder. From Fionnghuala or Fionnuala. F
173 Penelope Greek Bobbin. Penelope was the faithful wife of Odysseus in Homer's Odyssey. F
174 Penina Hebrew Pearl. F
175 Peninah Hebrew Pearl. F
176 Penine Greek Rock. F
177 Peninnah Biblical Pearl, precious stone, the face. F
178 Penny Greek Flower. Also a diminutive of Penelope: Bobbin. F
179 Pensee French Thoughtful. F
180 Pentapolis Biblical Five cities. F
181 Pentateuch Biblical The five books of Moses. F
182 Pentecost Biblical Fiftieth. F
183 Penthea Greek Born fifth. F
184 Penthesilea Greek A queen of the Amazons. F
185 Penthesilea Latin Queen of the Amazons. F
186 Penthia Greek Born fifth. F
187 Peony Greek Flower. F
188 Peor Biblical Hole, opening. F
189 Pephredo Greek Dread. F
190 Pepita Hebrew Feminine form of Joseph: May Jehovah add and give increase. F
191 Pepita Spanish Spanish feminine form of Joseph: He (God) shall add. F
192 Perahta German Glorious. F
193 Perazim Biblical Divisions. F
194 Perdita Latin Lost. Perdita was the heroine of Shakespeare's play 'The Winter's Tale'. F
195 Perdita Shakespearean 'The Winter's Tale' Daughter to Leontes and Hermione. F
196 Perdix Latin Sister of Daedalus. F
197 Peregrina Latin Wanderer. F
198 Peregrine Latin Foreigner; stranger; pilgrim; traveler; wanderer. F
199 Perez-Uzza Biblical Division of Uzza, or of strength. F
200 Perfecta Spanish Perfect. F