Pate

Pate meaning and origin

Gender: Boy
Origin: Latin and Old English
Usage: English, Finnish and Swedish
Meaning: Peacock Town and Patrician
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Well-Known boy name Pate is used mostly in English, Finnish and Swedish has its origin in Latin and Old English, meaning of Pate is "Peacock Town or Patrician". Pate is English form of Patrick. Also Pate is English form of Peyton. Also Pate is Finnish equivalent of Patu.

Variants of Pate

Patte, Patrick, Peyton, Patu, Patricius, Padhra, Patrickjames, Paeten, Paulus, James, Paulinus

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Popularity of Pate

Pate is an uncommon baby name in United States, although it has been in use since 1901 but could not make beyond the top 900. Over 248 babies in United States have been named Pate. The moniker is a common name in Burkina Faso and India while somewhat familiar name in Senegal, Nigeria, Indonesia, Nepal, Papua New Guinea, Cameroon, Niger and DR Congo. At least, 5000 people around the globe have been given the name as per our research.

YearRankBirths
2018107006
2017750010
2016710811
201587178
2014753510
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You are all about adventure and travel. Keeping your emotions isn't something you usually do. It only happens when you are not sure if a person is being honest with you or not. You are always there to help people in need with a good advice or do something that would ease up their situation, or at least make them feel more comfortable in their own skin. People admire your charm and independent attitude about everything.

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