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Names That Start With P P

Picking a baby name is so personal! If you’re hoping to find the perfect name for your future baby boy or girl, perhaps a name starting the the letter P is the place to start…

Pabiyan

Russian: Russian form of Fabian bean farmer

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Pablo

Spanish Origin

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Pacho

Spanish Origin

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Paco

Spanish: Free one; a nickname for Francisco, a popular Spanish form of Francis

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Paden

Scottish Origin

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Page

French: Attendant

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Paige

English: Page, attendant

French: Page, attendant

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Paige

A variation of the French boy name Page, Paige has never been a common boys name. Read more about Paige

Paisley

Scottish: A particularly patterened, usually colorful fabric first produced in Paisely, Scotland

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Pakwa

Native American: Frog (Hopi)

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Pal

While Pal sounds like it's probably the name of your child's invisible friend, it's actually a variant of Paul. Even still... Read more about Pal

Palaemon

Greek: A sea god of Greek mythology

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Palash

Hindi: Flowering tree

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Pallas

Greek: Another name for Athena, goddess of wisdom

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Palmer

English: Pilgrim bearing a palm branch

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Pam

Pam is just another nickname as a first name. Derived from the invented name, Pamela, Pam can be toted as a given name if... Read more about Pam

Pamela

English: Invented by the sixteenth-century poet Sir Philip Sidney, Pamela is possibly derived from the Greek words pan meaning all...

Greek Origin

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Pamina

Italian: Meaning unknown; a character from Mozart´s opera Die Zauberflöte

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Pan

Greek: The mythological god of shepherds and flocks, Pan is often depicted with a reed pipe and chasing nymphs through the forests...

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Pancho

Spanish: Free; a variant of Francisco. Pancho Villa was a rebel general during the Mexican Revolution.

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Pandora

Greek: All gifted; According to mythology Pandora was the first woman endowed with gifts from the gods. Pandora´s box contained...

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Pansy

English: Flower name from the French word pensée meaning thought

French: Flower name from the French word pensée meaning thought

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Panteha

Persian: Name of a princess

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Pany

Welsh: Son of Harry

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Panya

Russian: Feminine form of Stephan crowned with laurels

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