German Girl Names : A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z
PacoDivine Bear Soldier of God Little Frenchman
PageAttendant The Page
PakizeTurkish name, meaning: the Pure.
PakoSpanish diminutive of Francisco or Francesco (meaning: little Frenchman / Franke). Namesakes: Paco Rabanne, the Spanish fashion designer.
PalmiroPilgrim Italian name of Latin origin, meaning similar to the Palm Sunday.
PanjaRussian short form of names ending in "nja".
PankratiusLatinized form of Pankraz (meaning: the Almighty). Namesakes: St Pancras, one of the three ice saints.. All Power
PankraziaGreek origin, feminine form of Pankraz or Pankratius (meaning: the Almighty).
PantaleonDivine Power Diminutive of Oswald All
ParsifalPierce the Vale
PascualA Mythical Stone whose Touch Converts Iron into Gold City Name From Paris Name of a God The French Capital Lover Easter
PasqualRegular Winner Romansh, Catalan form of Pascal (meaning: the Paschal).
PasqualeDivine Spear God's Spear Diminutive of Oscar Pass over Easter
PatricePatrician A Nobleman English In addition to the form of Patricia a boy name.
PatricePatrician A Nobleman
PatriciusLatin origin, meaning similar to the Roman sobriquet of the patricians. In the Anglo-Irish form Patrick in Ireland very popular and increasingly widespread in Germany. Namesakes: St. Patrick, Christian evangeliser and patron saint of Ireland..
PaynePagan Countryman Old French origin, meaning: compatriot.
PaziaHebrew origin, meaning: the Golden.
PeaShort form of Pelagia (meaning: open sea).
PepePearl Diminutive of Pearl After the Name of the Semi-precious Jewel He (God) Will Add
PeppinaRomansh, Spanish diminutive of Josefina (meaning: God would multiply). He (God) Will Add
PeppoItalian diminutive of Giuseppe or Josef (meaning: God would multiply).
PercyPierces Pierce the Vale
PeregrinPearl Diminutive of Pearl After the Name of the Semi-precious Jewel German form of Peregrinus (meaning: stranger, traveler, pilgrim).
PeregrinPearl Diminutive of Pearl After the Name of the Semi-precious Jewel
PeregrinusLatin origin, meaning: stranger, traveler, pilgrim. Namesakes: St. Peregrine, the patron of women in labor..
PerryDweller by the Pear Tree Pear Tree Son of Harry French Form of Peter Rock Traveller
PeterkeLow German pet form of Petra (meaning: rock).
PetiriAfrican name, meaning: here we are.
PetjeFrisian side the form of Petra (meaning: rock).
PetkeFrisian side the form of Petra (meaning: rock).
PetroniusYokel Latin origin, meaning similar to the Roman family of Petronier also: rock. Namesakes: Saint Petronius, patron of Bologna..
PhilLover of Horses Form of Phillip Friend Of Horses
PhilibertVery Brilliant Dear One Darling Beloved Bright
PhilineGreek origin, meaning: the expensive, love. Known by the actress Philine from Goethe's novel "Wilhelm Meister's Apprenticeship" (1795/96). Friend
PhilipWarlike Loves Horses Horse Lover Friend of Horses
PhilippLover of Horses Horse Lover Friend Of Horses
PhilippeLover of Horses Female Version of Philip Friend Of Horses
PhiloA Town Village Warrior's Estate Patrician Noble Form of Patrick Royal Noble Woman Settlement of Poega Peacock Town
PhilomelaLover Of Fruit Greek name, meaning: friend of song, too: the lovers. Known from Greek mythology.
PhilomeleGreek name, meaning: friend of song, too: the lovers. Known from Greek mythology.
PimDutch pet form of Wilhelm (meaning composition, "will" and "helmet").
PioGreen Leaves Leafy Foliage Green Bough Pious
PiusOf the Forest Pious
PlacidusLatin origin, meaning: the gentle, calm. Namesakes: St. Placidus of Disentis, Christian evangeliser and martyr..
PoldiPet form of Leopold (meaning composition of "people" and "bold") a girl's name.
PontiusLatin origin, Nebenform of Pontian, meaning: Man at the Bridge. Known as saints and Pope name. Namesakes: Pontius Pilate, the Roman governor of Judea.
PraxedisSon of Philip Lover of Horses The Well-Doing One
PraxedisSon of Philip Lover of Horses Greek name, meaning: the Beneficent.
PreziosaLatin origin, meaning: the Precious, Precious.
PriceSon of Rhys Ardent Son of the Ardent Prize
PrimiaBasque name, meaning: the most prestigious.
PrimusA Town Village Warrior's Estate Patrician Noble Form of Patrick Royal Noble Woman Settlement of Poega Peacock Town
ProsperFortunate Successful A Town Village Warrior's Estate Patrician Noble Form of Patrick Royal Noble Woman Settlement of Poega Peacock Town
ProsperusLatin origin, older form of Prosper, meaning: the lucky Desirable.
PrudenceCautious Intelligent Prudence Good Judgement Discretion Provident
PryceBitterness Rebelliousness Form of Molly From Mary The Perfect One Female Version of Paul Little Small