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PaigeSweet Page Young Child A Young Attendant Little Child Server Young Servant The Page
PalmiraPalm Tree From the City of Palms
PalominaSpanish diminutive of Paloma (meaning: Dove).
PaminaGreek origin, meaning suggesting full moon. Known from Mozart's opera "The Magic Flute" (1791), the daughter of the Queen of the Night.
PandoraAll-gifts All Gifts

PapatyaTurkish name, meaning: chamomile.
ParDivine Message Turkish name, meaning: Well, well: flame garden.
ParDivine Message
PardaItalian name, meaning: Panther.
ParsPersian name, meaning: Leopard, also: the Impulsive.
PascaleWisdom Knowledge Learning Easter
PatriciaNoble Patrician Female Version of Patrick Noblewoman Nobleman
PatriziaWisdom Knowledge Learning Nobleman
PatsyBringer of Light Light The Light of India Nobleman
PattyLady Noblewoman Mighty in Battle Female Version of Patrick Patrician Nobleman
PayeTurkish name, meaning: dignity a boy name.
PecoShort form of Peter (meaning: rock) and Josef (meaning: God would multiply).
PeetjeFrisian short form of Petra (meaning: rock).
PeggyPearl Child of Light Variation of Margaret The Pearl
PelagiaSmall Little Biblical Apostle and Evangelist Paul's Letters to Early Christians Comprise Many New Testament Books Humble Sea
PelinTranquility Peaceful Wormwood
PelinTranquility Peaceful Turkish name, meaning: wormwood a girl's name.
PendaName of a King African name, meaning: the Popular.
PendaName of a King
PenelopeA Penelope Wife of Odysseys White Shoulder Fionnula Dream Weaver Duck Hard Working
PennyBobbin Worker Web Thread Eye Face Voice Flower A Diminutive of Penelope Weaver
PepaSpanish diminutive of Josefa (meaning: God would multiply).
PerditaNobleman Patrician The Lost
PeregrinaFrom the Enclosed Meadow English name of Latin origin, feminine form of Peregrin or Peregrinus (meaning: stranger, traveler, pilgrim).
PeregrinaFrom the Enclosed Meadow
PeretteFortune Born Eighth Wealthy Great Famous French form of Petra (meaning: rock).
PeretteFortune Born Eighth Wealthy Great Famous
PeriFemale Version of Perry Pear Tree Turkish name, meaning: Fee.
PeriFemale Version of Perry Pear Tree
PeriklesGreek origin, meaning: the Magnificent, very famous. Namesakes: Pericles, the Athenian statesman.
PerlaPearl A Little Sphere A Gem of the Sea
PernillaSwedish form of Petronella. In Sweden very popular. Namesake: Pernilla Wiberg, Swedish skier.
PerpetuaOf the Forest Everlasting
PetaA Penelope Wife of Odysseys White Shoulder Fionnula Dream Weaver Duck Hard Working
PetraAdviser Solitary Alone Unique A Wise Counsellor Saint Nun Timekeeper Noble Aristocratic The Rock
PetrinaPierces Pierce the Vale
PetrineIn addition to the form of Petra (meaning: rock).
Petrissafeminine form (meaning: rock).
Petrissefeminine form (meaning: rock).
PetronellaStone Rock

PetronelleLatin origin, meaning similar to a Roman family French pet form of Petronia (meaning: rock).
PetroniaOf the Forest
PetronillaRock Female Version of Peter Stone
PetronilleRock Female Version of Peter Stone Small Rock Latin origin, meaning similar to a Roman family French pet form of Petronia (meaning: rock).
PetronilleRock Female Version of Peter Stone Small Rock
PetuniaFrench name, meaning similar to the petunia a plant name.
PhebePure Brilliant Shining One
PhilaPearl Greek origin, short form of Philomela (meaning: friend of song, too: the lovers).
PhilaPearl
PhilhardOld High German origin, meaning composition, "a lot" and "hard" Bundling the name Philipp (meaning: horse lover) and Gerhard (meaning composition of "spear" and "hard").
PhilinaLittle Rock Little Peter Greek origin, meaning: the expensive, love. Known by the actress Philine from Goethe's novel "Wilhelm Meister's Apprenticeship" (1795/96).
PhilinaLittle Rock Little Peter
PhilippaFemale Version of Philip Friend of Horses
PhilippinaBobbin Worker Web Thread Eye Face Voice Flower A Diminutive of Penelope Weaver
PhilippineBobbin Worker Web Thread Eye Face Voice Flower A Diminutive of Penelope Weaver Friend Of Horses
PhillisFoliage Green Branch Leaf Greenery
PhilomenaStrongly Beloved Friend of Strength Greatly Loved Powerful Loved One Love Strong
PhilomeneFoliage Green Branch Leaf Greenery Greek origin, meaning: the beloved.
PhilomeneFoliage Green Branch Leaf Greenery
PhöbeGreek origin, meaning: the Shining, Pure. Known as the Greek moon goddess Artemis grandmother who carries the nickname Phoebe. Bright
PhoebeBright One Radiance Pure The Shining One Bright and Shining Daughter of Leda Moon
PhyllisGreen Leaves Leafy Foliage Green Bough
PiataIn addition to the form of Pia (meaning: the pious, virtuous).
PieraWarlike Loves Horses Horse Lover Friend of Horses The Rock
PierinaBobbin Worker Web Thread Eye Face Voice Flower A Diminutive of Penelope Weaver The Rock
PierrineFrench name, feminine form of Pierre or Peter (meaning: rock).
PietjeFrisian pet form of Petra (meaning: rock).
PikiIndian name, meaning: cuckoo.
PikkaNordic short form of Birgitta (meaning: the sublime).
PiliAfrican name, meaning: the second-born a girl's name.
PinarWarlike Loves Horses Horse Lover Friend of Horses
Pinkasbiblical name of Hebrew origin, meaning: the dark-skinned, also: mouthpiece.
Pinkusbiblical name of Hebrew origin, meaning: the dark-skinned, also: mouthpiece.
PippaLover of Horses Female Version of Philip Friend Of Horses
PippoItalian diminutive of Filippo or Philipp (meaning: horse lover) and of Giuseppe or Josef (meaning: God would multiply). Friend Of Horses
PirayeTurkish name, meaning: jewelery, adornment.
PirjoFinnish diminutive of Brigitte (meaning: the sublime). The Exalted One
PirkkoFinnish diminutive of Brigitte (meaning: the sublime). The Exalted One
PirkoHungarian diminutive of Piroska or Prisca (meaning: the time-honored).
Pirminprobably Gaelic origin, meaning suggesting lord. Namesakes: St. Pirmin, Christian evangeliser, founder of the monastery Reichenau and patron of the city of Pirmasens.. Namesakes: Pirmin Zurbriggen, the Swiss skier. The Firm
PiroschkaGermanized form of Piroska (meaning: the time-honored). Widely known through the novel "I often think of Piroschka" (1954) by Hugo Hartung. The Ancient
PiroskaRed Hungarian form of Prisca (meaning: the time-honored). The Ancient
PlacidaA Penelope Wife of Odysseys White Shoulder Fionnula Dream Weaver Duck Hard Working
PlacidiaLatin origin, feminine form of Placidus (Meaning: the gentle, calm).

PlácidoSpanish form of Placidus (Meaning: the gentle, calm). Namesakes: Plácido Domingo, Spanish tenor.
PolaBobbin Worker Web Thread Eye Face Voice Flower A Diminutive of Penelope Weaver SmallThe Small
PollyBitterness Rebelliousness Form of Molly From Mary The Perfect One Female Version of Paul Little Small Maybe Bitterness
PolyxeniaGreek name, meaning: the very hospitable. Known as mistress of Achilles in Greek mythology.
PontianLatin origin, Nebenform of Pontian, meaning: Man at the Bridge. Known as saints and Pope name. Namesakes: Pontius Pilate, the Roman governor of Judea. Man From Pontia
PriscaAncient Attendant The Ancient
PriscillaAncient Primitive Venerable The Ancient
PriskaLatin origin, meaning: the time-honored, modeled on a Roman epithet. Namesake: St. Prisca, Christian martyr.. The Ancient

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