Norwegian 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
PålYounger form of Páll The Small
PalmeVariant form of Pálmi
PalneYounger form of Palni
PareliShort form of Parelius
PåskeNordic form of Paschalis
PaulSmall Little Biblical Apostle and Evangelist Paul's Letters to Early Christians Comprise Many New Testament Books Humble Latin-Greek origin, meaning: the little one. Traditional, timeless, popular in many languages name. Known from the Bible by the apostle Paul and his numerous popes and saints. Namesakes: Paul Klee, German painter.
Paulo 1Pet form of Paul
PaulovMale form of Paulovna
PeNorwegian dialectal variant form of Per
PederPearl Diminutive of Pearl After the Name of the Semi-precious Jewel The Rock
PeerPatrician A Nobleman The Rock
PeikThe name appears in folk tales in the Swedish-speaking parts of Finland and its meaning is uncertain.
PerPearl Diminutive of Pearl After the Name of the Semi-precious Jewel The Rock
PerneliusMale form of Pernelle
PeterStone Rock River Strong Greek, Latin origin, meaning: rock. Traditional, timeless, popular in many languages name. In Germany until the 20th century very popular, now awarded rare. Known from the Bible by the apostle Peter, and by many popes and saints. Namesakes: Peter I. Tchaikovsky, Russian composer.
PetterPierces Pierce the Vale The Rock
PhilipFriend Of Horses Warlike Loves Horses Horse Lover English form of Philipp (meaning: horse lover). Namesakes: Philip, Duke of Edinburgh, Prince Consort English.
PolmarVariant form of Paulmar
PorsVariant form of Porse
PorseYounger form of Porsi
PovlDanish variant spelling of Poul
ProdsVariant spelling of Pros
ProsVariant form (via metathesis) av Pors (see Porsi)