Páley

Páley meaning and origin

Gender: Girl
Origin: Latin, Greek, Old Norse and Finnish
Usage: Icelandic
Meaning: Small, Weak, The Humble, Mistress and Lady
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Páley is a combination of admired and venerable PAUL and EY, which itself is Paulus and Latin cognate of Paul. PAUL is Paulus and Latin cognate of Paul, which itself is German and English form of Paulus. Also PAUL is German and English form of Paulus. Páley is a combination of admired and venerable PAUL and EY.

Variants of Páley

Sigurpáll, Paudor, Aldey, *Eygísl, Gísl

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Popularity of Páley

Páley is an uncommon name around the globe.

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