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P is for Peter, Paul, Phillip, and Picasso—plus plenty of other great baby names that start with the letter P, perfect for your little prince.
Paul may mean "little," but Paul was a big deal in the Bible. The apostle and evangelist Paul (formerly Saul) was an important... Read More
While you may assume Patrick is an Irish name (perhaps due to a certain holiday filled with pots of gold at the end of the... Read More
From the Shakespearean plays Henry VI, King John, Romeo and Juliet and Measure for Measure Read More
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Phillip with two L's is slightly more popular than Philip with one, but both names share the same long and storied history... Read More
Phoenix means "deep red," and is the name of the colorful, mythical bird reputed to live for a thousand years before erupting... Read More
English: From the priest''s estate
While the Peyton spelling of the name is far more common, Payton has become a name hit in its own right. Moms will love its... Read More
English: From the peaceful town or settlement
English: Pear tree; also a nickname for the Latin Peregrine
French: Rock; variant of Peter
French: Born at Passover or Easter; This name derives from both Hebrew and Latin, and is appropriate to celebrate the birth of a...
English: Warrior''s village; a unisex name. Peyton Place was the name of a popular TV show from the 1960s.
Irish: A variant of Patrick
English: Park keeper
From the Shakespearean play Romeo & Juliet Read More
Latin: Administrator; an occupational name
English: Rock; a variant of Piers, an older form of Peter
Hebrew: Meaning uncertain; suggested definitions include oracle, dark-skinned, mouth of brass, and a serpent''s mouth
Spanish: Free one; a nickname for Francisco, a popular Spanish form of Francis
English: From the priest''s meadow; a surname evocative of Elvis Presley
English: Elf; mischievous character in Shakespeare''s Midsummer''s Night Dream
English: Pilgrim bearing a palm branch
French: From Percy; also a nickname for Percival
Welsh: A contraction of Ap Howell, meaning son of Howell; a surname
French: Pierce the valley; In Arthurian legend, Percival was a knight of the Round Table who glimpsed the Holy Grail.
Paxon is an off-beat inclusion in the "x" name trend. A variation of the more familiar Paxton, Paxon looks and feels very... Read More