P

 

Paame Palm tree. Pam, Pame Tongan
Pacifica From the Pacific ocean. Pacificah, Pacifyca,
Pacifycah, Pacyfyca, Pacycycah, Pacykika (Polish)
Italian
Pabla Small Paola,
Paula, Paulette, Paulina, Pauline
Spanish
Padma Lotus flower. Padmah, Padmar Sanskrit
Padmakshi Lotus bud.
Padmani Flower Padmanee, Padmaney,
Padmanie, Padmania, Padmaniah, Padmanie, Padmany
Sri Lankan
Pagan Country dweller. Pagen, Pagin, Pagon,
Pagun, Pagyn
English, Latin
Paige Youthful
assistant, young child.
Page, Paget, Payg, Payge Old English
Paityn Little woman. A form of Patricia. Paiton
Paj Pie; Beautiful, shy and
willing; Flower
Swedish; Inuit; Hmong
Paka Kitten Pakah Swahili
Pala Water Palah, Palla, Pallah Native American
Palila Bird Palilah, Palyla, Palylah Polynesian
Pallas Goddess of wisdom and
knowledge.
Palac, Palaca, Palace,
Pallass, Pallassa
Greek
Pallavi New leaves. Palavi
Palm / Palma A
palm tree
Palma, Palmah, Palmar,
Palmara, Palmarah, Palmaria, Palmariah, Palmarya, Palmaryah, Pamela,
Pamelia
English
Palmela Like honey, Sweet.. Palmelah, Palmelia,
Palmeliah, Palmelina, Palmeline, Palmelyn, Palmelyna, Palmelyne
Greek
Palmira Born on Palm Sunday, the
Sunday before Easter.
Palma, Palmir, Palmirah,
Palmirar, Palmyra, Palmyrah
Greek, Latin
Paloma A
dove.
Palomah, Palomar,
Palomara, Palomarah, Palomaria, Palomariah, Palomarya, Palomaryah
Spanish, Latin
Pam / Pamela Loving. The short form of
Pamela, like honey, sweet.
Pamm, Pami, Pamie, Pamy, Greek
Pamela Loving. Like honey, sweet. Pamala, Pamalah, Pamalia, Pamaliah,
Pamalya, Pamalyah, Pamela, Pamelia, Pameliah, Pamelya, Pamelyah,
Pammi, Pammie, Pammy,  Palma,
Pamelia
Greek
Pamelia A
palm tree
Palma,
Pamela
Pamera Loving. Like honey, sweet. Japanese
Pana Partridge bird. Panah, Panna, Pannah Native American
Panacea Healer Panaceah Greek
Pancha Freedom. A form of
Frances.
Panchah Spanish
Panchali Princess of Panchala. Pancha, Panchalea,
Panchaleah, Panchalee, Panchalei, Panchaleigh, Panchaley, Panchalie,
Panchaly
Sanskrit
Pandora Gifted Pandorah Greek
Pania Sea woman. Paniah, Panya, Panyah Maori
Paniga My
daughter
Panisi The pansy flower. Pansy (Greek) Tongan
Panola Cotton Panolah, Panolla,
Panollah
Choctaw
Pansofia Possessor of wisdom or
knowledge.
Pansofee, Pansofey,
Pansofee, Pansoffey, Pansoffi, Pansoffia, Pansofi, Pansofiah, Pansofie,
Pansophee, Pansophey, Pansophya, Pansophyah
Greek
Pansy Little flower; Idea. Pansea, Panseah, Pansee,
Pansey, Pansi, Pansia, Pansiah, Pansie, Pansya, Pansyah
Greek; French
Panthea All gods. Panfia, Panfiah, Pantheah,
Panthia, Panthiah, Panthya, Panthyah
Greek
Paola Small Pabla,
Paula, Paulette, Paulina, Pauline
Italian
Papahi Mischievously smart. Papahee, Papahey, Papahie Tongan
Papina Oak tree with a vine. Papinah, Papyna, Papynah Miwok
Pari Fairy Persian
Parinita Auspicious apsara.
Pasang Born on a Friday. Tibetan
Patience From
the virtue, enduring, patient.
Patia, Patiah, Patient,
Patya, Patyah
Latin
Patricia Little noble one. Noble
woman.
Patrice (French),
Patreeza, Patria, Patriah, Patricah, Patricah, Patriciah, Patrisha,
Patrishah, Patriza, Patrizah, Patrizia (Italian), Patryce, Patrycya,
Patrycyah, Patrycyka (Polish), Patryse, Pat, Patty, Pattie, Trish,
Tricia, Trisha
Latin, English
Patsy A pet form of Patricia,
Noble, Of noble descent.
Patsee, Patsie, Patsey English, Latin
Paula Small Paola, Pabla, Paulette,
Paulina, Pauline
Paulette Small Paola,
Paula, Pabla, Paulina, Pauline
Paulina Small Paola,
Paula, Paulette, Pabla, Pauline
Pauline Small Paola,
Paula, Paulette, Paulina, Pabla
Paz Peaceful Pazz Spanish
Pazia / Pazice Gold, Golden-haired. Paza, Pazise, Pazit,
Pazya, Pazyah, Pazyce, Pazyse
Hebrew
Peace Tranquil Peece Middle English
Peach / Peaches Peach tree. Peacha, Peachee, Peachey,
Peachia, Peachy
English
Pearl A gem
of the sea, Pearl.
Helmi, Pearla, Pearle,
Pearlea, Pearleah, Pearlee, Pearlei, Pearleigh, Pearley, Pearli,
Pearlie, Pearlina, Pearline, Perl, Perla, Perlah, Perle, Perli, Perlie,
Perly, Perry, Pery
Latin, English
Pearlie A gem
of the sea, Pearl.
Pearl,
Pearly
Latin, English
Pearly A gem
of the sea, Pearl.
Pearl,
Pearlie
Latin, English
Peata One who brings joy. Peatah, Peeta, Peetah,
Peita, Peitah, Peyta, Peytah, Pita, Pitah, Pyta, Pytah
Maori
Pebbles Small
rocks
Peg / Peggy Daisy. A short form of Margaret,
pearl.
Pegee, Pegey, Pegg,
Peggee, Peggey, Peggi, Peggie, Peggy, Pegi, Pegie, Pegy
French
Peilla God has added. Pepillah, Pepita
(Spanish), Pepyla, Pepylah, Pepylla, Pepyllah
Spanish
Pellegrina Pilgrim. Italian
Peta Stone. The feminine form
of Peter.
Peita, Peata, Peatah,
Peeta, Peetah, Peitah, Peyta, Peytah, Pita, Pitah, Pyta, Pytah
Greek
Pekabo Shining waters. Peakabo, Peakaboo,
Pekaboo
Native American
Pema A lotus. Tibetan
Penelope A silent worker Penney, Pennie,
Penny
Penney A silent worker Penelope, Pennie,
Penny
Pennie A silent worker Penelope, Penney,
Penny
Penny A silent worker Penelope, Penney,
Penny
Peony God of healing. Giver of praise.
Flower.
Peonee, Peoney, Peoni, Peonie Greek
Peppa Pepper Australian
Pernille A feminine pet form of Petronius –
the name of a 1st-century Roman saint, later believed to be a
daughter of Saint Peter, Beauty.
Pernelia, Pernilla (Swedish),
Petronilla (Italian), 
Danish, Norwegian
Peta Golden Eagle. Feminine form of
Peter.
Petah, Peter Native American
Petra Stone
Petula Impatient
Petunia Of the Petunia
flower
Peyt

“PAY-t”

From the warrior’s
estate, From the toll keeper’s town, From the fighting-man’s estate. A
short form of Peyton.
Old English
Peyton

“PAY-ten”

From the warrior’s
estate, From the toll keeper’s town, From the fighting-man’s estate.
Paeton, Paiton, Payton,
Peiton
Old English
Phemie Of good reputation. The short form of
Euphemia.
Phemea, Phemee, Phemey, Phemi, Phemia,
Phemiah, Phemy, Phemya, Phemyah
Greek, Scottish
Phiala Irish saint
Philana Lover of humankind. Filana, Phila, Phileen, Philene,
Philida, Philina, Philine, Phillane, Phylana, Phylanah, Phylane,
Phyllan, Phyllana, Pyllanah, Phyllane
Greek
Philantha Lover of flowers. Philanthe, Phylantha, Phylanthe Greek
Philberta Brilliant intelligence. Filberta, Filbertah, Filberte,
Philberta, Philbertah, Phylbert, Phylberta, Phylbertah, Phylberte,
Phyllberta, Phyllbertah, Phyllberte
Old English
Philippa One who loves horses. Felipa (Spanish), Felipe, Felippa,
Filippa (Italian), Filipa, Phileen, Phileene, Philene, Philina,
Philine, Philipa, Philipine, Philippe, Philippina, Phillipa, Phillipe,
Phillippine (German), Phylipa, Phylipah, Phyllipa, Phyllipah, Phyllypa,
Phyllypah
Greek
Philomela Lover of songs. Filomela, Filomelah, Philomelah,
Phyklomela, Phylomelah
Greek
Philomena Loving. She is loved. Filomena, Filomene, Filomina,
Filominah, Filomyna, Filomyne, Fylomina, Fylomine, Fylomyna, Fylomyne,
Philomina, Philomine, Phylomina, Pylomine, Phylomyna, Phylomyne
Greek
Philothea One who loves God. Filothea, Fylothea, Phylothea Greek
Philyra The lime tree. Philira, Philirah, Phylyrah Greek
Phoebe Bright, Shining
one, Pure.
Feba, Febe, Feebea, Feebee, Fibee,
Phebe (Italian), Phebea, Phebia, Pheebea, Pheebee, Pheibee, Pheibey,
Pheobea, Pheybee,
Pheybey, Theba, Thebea, Thebee, Phebie
Greek
Phoenix Purple, Immortal. Feenix, Foenix, Pheenix Greek
Photina Light; Egale, Immortal. Fontin, Fotina, Fotine, Fotyna,
Fotyne, Photine, Photyna, Photyne
Greek; Egypt
Phryne Lacking colour. Phrina, Phrine, Phyrne Greek
Phylicia Happy one from the green town. Felicia, Feliciah, Filicia, Filiciah,
Philicia, Philiciah, Phyliciah
Latin, Greek
Phyllida Loving, Leafy Philida, Philidah, Phillida,
Phillidah, Phillyda, Phillydah, Phylida, Phylidah, Phyllidah, Phylyda,
Phylydah, Phyllyda, Phyllydah
Greek
Phyllis A leaf, Green, Leafy branch. Filide, Fillis, Philis, Phillisla,
Phillis, Phillo, Philica, Phylicia, Phyliciah, Phyllicia, Pylliciah,
Phyllys
Greek
Pia Pious, Devout. Piah, Pya, Pyah Itialian
Piedad Devoted. Piedadah Spanish
Pierette Little steady one; Stone; The
feminine form of Pierre/Peter
Perett, Peretta, Perette, Pieret,
Pierett, Pieretta, Pierin, Pierina, Pierine, Pieryn, Pieryna, Pieryne
French; Greek
Pilar Pillar; column Peela, Peelah, Peeler, Pilla, Pillar,
Pylar, Pyllar
Latin / Spanish
Pililani Near to heaven Pililanee, Pililaney, Pililanie,
Pililany
Hawaiian
Pineki Peanut Pinekee, Pinekey, Pineky Hawaiian
Ping Duckweed plant; Peaceful Chinese; Vietnamese
Pinga Bronze Pingah Hindi
Pinterry Star Pinterree, Pinterrey, Pinterri,
Pinterrie
Australian Aboriginal
Piper Pipe Player; Fearce Pipa, Pipar, Pipper, Pippor, Pypa,
Pypah, Pyper
Old English
Pipipa Sand piper Pipipah, Pypa, Pypah, Pyper, Pypipa,
Pypipah
Australian Aboriginal
Pippa One who loves horses. A short form of
Philippa, A feminine form of Philip.
Pipa, Pipah, Pipee, Pipi, Pipie,
Pippah, Pippee, Pippey, Pippi, Pippie, Pippy, Pipy, Pypa, Pypah, Pyppa,
Pyppah
Greek
Pleasance Agreeable
Polly Molly
Pooja Worship Puja Hindi
Poppy From the flower
Poria Fruitful
Porsche Offering Porsha, Porshe German
Portia Offering. Sweet fortified wine. The
left side; From the town by the water
Porta, Portah, Portiah, Portya,
Portyah
Latin; Old English
Posy Small bunch of flowers Posee, Posey, Posi, Posia, Posiah,
Posie, Posya, Posyah
English
Prabha The illumination Sinhala, Sanskrit
Pranom To compromise. Nom Thai
Premilla Girl of love. Premila, Premilah, Premillah, Premyla,
Premylah, Premylla, Premyllah
Sanskrit
Prerna Inspiration Prernah Indian
Preya Prayer. Praya, Prayah, Preyah, Preeya,
Preeyah
Latin, English
Prima First-born child. Primah, Primara, Primaria, Primariah,
Pryma, Prymah, Prymaria, Prymariah, Prymarya, Prymaryah
Latin
Primavera First born of spring, New life. Primaverah, Prymavera, Prymaverah Latin
Primrose The primrose flower. Primrosa, Prymrosa, Prymrose English, Scottish
Princess Daughter of the queen and king Princesa (Spanish), Princessa,
Pryncess, Pryncessah
English
Printella Printellah
Priscilla Ancient. Piroshka, Precilla, Prescilla,
Pricila, Pricilia, Prisca, Priscella, Priscila, Priscill, Priscillie,
Prisella, Prisila, Prisilla, Prissilla, Prysilla, Prysillah, Prycyla,
Prycylah, Prysylla, Prysyllah
Latin
Prisma To cut, Saw. Prysma Greek
Prita Dear one Hindi
Priya Beloved, Sweet-natured. Priyah Hindi
Promisee Promise Promise, Promisea, Promisey, Promisi,
Promisie, Promissa, Promisse, Promissee, Promissey, Promissi,
Promissie, Promissy, Promisy
English
Providence Foresight, to provide, Godly. Latin
Prudence Cautious,
intelligent.
Prue
Prue Cautious,
intelligent
Prudence
Purva Elder
Pushpita Decorated with flower.