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P:   Paavo - Finnish form of Paul
    Pablo - Small Spanish form of Paul
    Pacifico - Peaceful
    Paco - Gold eagle Also a Spanish nickname of Francis
    Paddy - Noble, wellborn From the name Patrick
    Padget - A young attendant or page
    Padgett - A young attendant or page
    Page - A young attendant or page
    Pahniro - Born on Palm Sunday
    Paige - A young child French: A young attendant or page
    Paine - A countryman
    Paki - a witness
    Palani - A free man
    Palmer - A palm-bearing pilgrim
    Palti - my escape
    Pancho - Tuft, plume
    Pancras - All-powerful The name of an early saint
    Pancrazio - supreme ruler, all powerful
    Pandarus - From Shakespeare's play Troilus & Cressida
    Pandita - scholar
    Pankaj - lotus flower
    Panos - a rock
    Panthino - From Shakespeare's play Two Gentlemen of Verona
    Panyin - older of twins
    Paolo - Italian form of Paul Small
    Paramartha - great entity
    Paras - touchstone
    Paris - A character in Greek mythology
    Parker - The park-keeper
    Parkin - Little Peter A stone or rock
    Parlan - ploughman, farmer
    Parolles - From Shakespeare's play All's Well that Ends Well
    Parri - A stream
    Parrish - From the church parish
    Parry - The son of Harry Army power, or ruler of the army
    Parsefal - To pierce the valley
    Parsifal - To pierce the valley
    Parth - A name given to Arjun by Lord Krishna
    Partha - A name given to Arjun by Lord Krishna
    Pasang - Born on a Friday
    Pascal - Born at Easter
    Pat - Nobleman The name of the patron saint of Ireland
    Patamon - raging
    Patern - Padern, Padarn
    Patrick - Nobleman The name of the patron saint of Ireland
    Patroclus - From Shakespeare's play Troilus & Cressida
    Patton - A warrior
    Paul - Little
    Paulo - Place of rest
    Pavel - Small Also see Pollock
    Paxton - From the estate of the warrior
    Payton - A dweller on the warrior's farm
    Pazman - right, man
    Peace - peace
    Pearce - A stone or rock
    Peder - stone
    Pedrek - The name of a famous Celtic saint (Petroc)
    Pedro - A stone or rock
    Pedrog - The name of a famous Celtic saint (Petroc)
    Pell - A scarf
    Pellegrin - pilgrim
    Pelton - From the farm by a pool
    Pemba - Born on a Saturday
    Pembroke - A broken hill
    Penley - From the enclosed meadow
    Penrice - From the end of the ford
    Penrith - The chief ford
    Penrod - A famous commander
    Penrose - The end or top of the moor
    Pentele - merciful, lion
    Penwyn - The fair-haired one
    Pepe - God shall add
    Pepin - The petitioner, one who seeks a favour
    Percival - To pierce the valley
    Percy - A Norman surname from a placename Also from the name Percival
    Peregrine - A stranger or pilgrim
    Pericles - From Shakespeare's play Pericles
    Peril - a trial or test
    Perri - wanderer
    Perry - The dweller by the pear tree
    Perth - A thornbush thicket
    Pete - A rock
    Peter - A stone or rock One of Christ?s apostles
    Petroc - The name of a famous Celtic saint
    Petruchio - From Shakespeare's play Taming of the Shrew
    Peverall - A piper
    Phelan - As brave as a wolf
    Phelps - The son of Philip A lover of horses
    Philani - To be alive (Zulu)
    Philario - A lover of horses
    Philbert - Very bright
    Philemon - Loving
    Philip - A lover of horses One of the new testament apostles
    Philippe - French form of Philip
    Phillip - A lover of horses One of the new testament apostles
    Phillips - The son of Philip A lover of horses
    Philo - Loving
    Philostrate - From Shakespeare's play Midsummer-Night's Dream
    Philotus - From Shakespeare's play Timon of Athens
    Phineas - Egyptian: The Nubian (dark-skinned) Hebrew: An oracle
    Phoenix - The legendary bird that rose again from its own ashes
    Phuong - destiny
    Pickford - From the ford at the peak
    Pierce - A stone or rock
    Piero - A stone or rock
    Pierpont - A stone bridge
    Pierre - A stone or rock
    Pierrot - A stone or rock
    Piers - A stone or rock
    Pierson - The son of Peter A stone or rock
    Piet - A stone or rock
    Pietro - A stone or rock
    Pilan - supreme essence
    Pinch - From Shakespeare's play Comedy of Errors
    Pindan - A desert
    Pindari - From the high ground
    Pindarus - From Shakespeare's play Julius Caesar
    Pino - A lover of horses From the name names such as Filippo See Philip
    Piran - A saint's name
    Pisanio - From Shakespeare's play Cymbeline
    Pita - Maori form of Peter A stone or rock
    Pitney - Preserving one's island
    Piusz - Pious, Pius
    Placido - Calm, quiet
    Plato - Strong shoulders
    Platon - broad-shouldered
    Platt - From the flat land or plateau
    Pluto - The mythological God of the underworld
    Polixenes - From Shakespeare's play Winter's Tale
    Pollock - Little Paul Small
    Polonius - From Shakespeare's play Hamlet
    Pomeroy - From the apple orchard
    Pompey - From Shakespeare's play Measure for Measure
    Pongor - all might
    Pontius - The fifth
    Porter - The gatekeeper
    Powell - The son of Howell The eminent one
    Powys - A man from Powys, a Welsh county
    Pradeep - light
    Prakash - Light, or famous
    Pramana - Wisdom
    Pramsu - A scholar
    Pranav - OM
    Pranay - love, romance
    Prasad - Brightness
    Prasata - father of Draupad
    Prassana - cheerful
    Pratik - symbol
    Praveen - proficient
    Prem - Love
    Prentice - Beginner, learning
    Prescott - Priest's cottage
    Presley - Meaning priest's meadow
    Presley - From the priest's meadow
    Preston - From the priest's farm or town
    Prewitt - valiant one
    Priam - A mythological king of Troy
    Primel - Primael, Privel
    Primo - The firstborn son
    Prince - The first in rank
    Prior - The head of a monastery or priory
    Prithu - first Ksatriya, son of Vena
    Privrata - son of Satarupa
    Probert - The son of Robert Famous, bright fame
    Proctor - The administrator or manager
    Proculeius - From Shakespeare's play Antony & Cleopatra
    Prometheus - Forethought
    Prosper - Fortunate Prosperous
    Prospero - From Shakespeare's play The Tempest
    Proteus - Changeable
    Pryce - The son of the loving man
    Pryderi - To care for
    Pryor - The head of a monastery or priory
    Publius - From Shakespeare's play Julius Caesar and Titus Andronicus
    Puck - From Shakespeare's play Midsummer-Night's Dream
    Pundarik - white in colour
    Purujit - conqueror of many
    Purvis - The purveyor, provider
    Pusan - a sage
    Putnam - from the sire's estate
       
 
 
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