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  • Pēteris
    Peter is a common masculine given name. It is derived, via Latin "petra", from the Greek word πέτρος (petros) meaning "stone" or "rock". ... According to the New Testament, Jesus gave Saint Peter (whose given name was Simon) the name Kephas or Cephas meaning "stone" in Aramaic.
    Meaning: A rock, a stone
  • Páll
    Origin of the name William: From the Old Norman French Willaume, which is derived from the Old High German Willehelm, a compound name composed from the elements willeo (will, determination) and helm (protection, helmet): hence, "resolute protector."
    Meaning: Small
  • Pål
    Meaning: Small
  • Paarai
    Meaning: Opening Origin: Israeli
  • Paaveli
    Meaning: Finnish form of paul Origin: Finnish
  • Paavo
    The name Paavo is a Latin baby name. In Latin the meaning of the name Paavo is: Small.
    Meaning: From the Latin Paulus, which originated as a Roman family name derived from paulus (small) Paul was the adopted name of Saul of Tarsus, a Jewish Roman citizen converted to Christianity by a vision of Christ which blinded him for several days He became one of the great missionary apostles and authored several New Testament epistles Paul is regarded as cofounder of the Christian Church
  • Pabel
    Pabel is a form of the Dutch, English, French, and German Paul. See also the related category russian. Pabel is an irregularly used baby boy name.
    Meaning: Small, humble Origin: Spanish
  • Pabiyan
    Meaning: Russian form of fabian bean farmer Origin: Russian
  • Pabla
    Spanish Meaning: The name Pabla is a Spanish baby name. In Spanish the meaning of the name Pabla is: Little.
    Meaning: Form of PAULINE. See PAUL Origin: Spanish
  • Pabo
    Meaning: Small, humble Origin: Spanish
  • Pace
    As a name in England, Pace has at least two possible origins. The first is from an early medieval nickname for a mild-mannered and even-tempered man, derived from the Anglo-Norman-French and Middle English word "pace" or "pece", ultimately from the Latin "pax" or "pacis", meaning "peace".
    Meaning: A form of pascal Origin: Hebrew, English
  • Pacen
  • Pacey
    Pacey is an English surname and given name variant of Passy, a French locational origin surname, itself derived from the Gallo-Roman Praenomen Paccius.
    Meaning: A form of pace Origin: French
  • Pacho
    Spanish Meaning: The name Pacho is a Spanish baby name. In Spanish the meaning of the name Pacho is: Free.
    Meaning: Free Origin: Spanish
  • Pachua
    Meaning: Free Origin: Spanish
  • Pachu`a
    Pachu - Detailed Meaning. The name of Pachu indicates you are a patient, meticulous person who enjoys working in a detailed, systematic way such as with mathematics, science, mechanics, computers, or engineering.
    Meaning: Feathered water snake (Hopi). Origin: Native-american
  • Pachu~a
    The name Pachu'a is a Native American baby name. In Native American the meaning of the name Pachu'a is: Feathered water snake.
    Meaning: Feathered water snake Origin: Native American
  • Pacifico
    Italian, Spanish (Pacífico), and Portuguese: from the medieval personal name or nickname Pacifico, meaning 'peaceful', 'peace-loving' (Latin pacificus). Jewish (from Italy): adoption of the Italian surname as an approximate translation of the Hebrew name Shelomo (see Solomon).
    Meaning: Peaceful Origin: Spanish
  • Packard
    Packard Name Meaning. ... English: pejorative derivative of the Middle English personal name Pack. English: from a Norman personal name, Pachard, Baghard, composed of the Germanic elements pac, bag 'fight' + hard 'hardy', 'brave', 'strong'.
    Meaning: One Who Packs
  • Packer
    English: occupational name for a wool-packer, from an agent derivative of Middle English pack(en) 'to pack'.
  • Packston
    English surname derived from the names of several locations in Britain. Of Old English origin, and the meaning of Paxton is "Poecc's settlement". Poecc was an Old English name whose meaning has been lost. May also be derived from the Latin pax, meaning "peace" + ton meaning "town."
    Meaning: Clark's town Origin: English
  • Paco - PAH-koh
    Spanish Meaning: The name Paco is a Spanish baby name. In Spanish the meaning of the name Paco is: Free.
  • Pacorro
    Meaning: Free Origin: Spanish
  • Padarn
    The meaning of the name “Padarn” is: “Fatherly”. Categories: Celtic Names, Welsh Names. Used in: Welsh speaking countries.
  • Paddy
    The name Paddy is an Irish baby name. In Irish the meaning of the name Paddy is: noble. Paddy is also sometimes used as a slang term for Irishman or for a temper tantrum.
    Meaning: Patrician of noble birth Origin: English
  • Paden
    The name Paden is a Scottish baby name. In Scottish the meaning of the name Paden is: royal.
    Meaning: A form of patton Origin: Scottish
  • Padgett
    This interesting surname is a diminutive form of Page, which is of Old French origin, and an occupational name for a young servant, a personal attendant in a noble's house, from the Old French, Middle English "page", ultimately deriving from the Greek "paidion", a boy, child.
  • Padhraig
    Page issues. (Redirected from Padraig) Pádraig (Irish: [ˈpˠaːd̪ˠɾˠəɟ]), Pádraic (Irish: [ˈpˠaːd̪ˠɾˠəc]) or Páraic (Irish: [ˈpˠaːɾˠəc]) is an Irish male name deriving from the Latin Patricius, meaning "of the patrician class", introduced via the name of Saint Patrick. Patrick is the English version, via Old French.
    Meaning: Regal Origin: Brazilian
  • Padon
    Biblical Meaning: The name Padon is a Biblical baby name. In Biblical the meaning of the name Padon is: His redemption; ox-yoke.
    Meaning: His redemption, ox-yoke Origin: Israeli
  • Padraic
    The name Padraic is an Irish baby name. In Irish the meaning of the name Padraic is: Patrician; noble. Form of Patrick.
    Meaning: Patrician, noble form of patrick Origin: Irish