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  • Patrice

    Meaning: Noble

    Origin: French

  • Patricia

    Meaning: Noble

    Origin: Spanish

  • Patricio

    Meaning: Patrician: noble. Form of Patrick.

    Origin: Spanish

  • Patrick

    Meaning: Patrician: noble. Romans society was divided into plebeians: (commoners) and patricians: (aristocrats). Saint Patrick - patron saint of Ireland.

    Origin: English

  • Patrick

    Meaning: Patrician: noble. Romans society was divided into plebeians: (commoners) and patricians: (aristocrats). Saint Patrick - patron saint of Ireland.

    Origin: Irish

  • Patrido

    Meaning: Noble

    Origin: Spanish

  • Patrina

    Meaning: Of noble birth, one of purity, and beloved.

    Origin: Welsh

  • Patten

    Meaning: From the warrior's town

    Origin: English

  • Pattin

    Meaning: From the warrior's town

    Origin: English

  • Patton

    Meaning: From the warrior's town

    Origin: English

  • Patwin

    Meaning: Man

    Origin: Native American

  • Paul

    Meaning: Little. Biblical apostle and evangelist Paul\'s letters to early Christians comprise many New Testament books.

    Origin: English

  • Paul

    Meaning: Little. Biblical apostle and evangelist Paul's letters to early Christians comprise many New Testament books.

    Origin: French

  • Paula

    Meaning: Variant of Paul.

    Origin: Unknown

  • Pauline

    Origin: Unknown

  • Paulita

    Meaning: Little

    Origin: Spanish

  • Pauloc

    Meaning: Little rock

    Origin: English

  • Paulson

    Meaning: Little. Son of Paul. Surname.

    Origin: English

  • Pauwau

    Meaning: Witch (Algonquin)

    Origin: Native American

  • Pavati

    Meaning: Clear water (Hopi)

    Origin: Native American

  • Pax

    Meaning: From the peaceful farm

    Origin: English

  • Pax

    Meaning: Peaceful

    Origin: English

  • Pax

    Meaning: Peaceful

    Origin: English

  • Paxton

    Meaning: From the peaceful farm

    Origin: English

  • Paxtun

    Meaning: From the peaceful farm

    Origin: English

  • Pay

    Meaning: He is coming

    Origin: Native American

  • Payat

    Meaning: He is coming

    Origin: Native American

  • Payatt

    Meaning: He is coming

    Origin: Native American

  • Payden

    Meaning: From the fighter's farm

    Origin: English

  • Payne

    Meaning: Pagan

    Origin: English

  • Paytah

    Meaning: Fire (Sioux)

    Origin: Native American

  • Payten

    Origin: Unknown

  • Payton

    Meaning: From the fighter's farm

    Origin: English

  • Payton

    Meaning: Royal

    Origin: Scottish

  • Payton

    Meaning: Patrician: noble. Form of Patrick.

    Origin: Irish

  • Paz

    Meaning: Peace

    Origin: Spanish

  • Paz

    Meaning: Peace

    Origin: Spanish

  • Paz

    Meaning: Golden

    Origin: Hebrew

  • Paz

    Meaning: Golden

    Origin: Hebrew

  • Paza

    Meaning: Golden

    Origin: Hebrew

  • Pazia

    Meaning: Golden

    Origin: Hebrew

  • Pazice

    Meaning: Golden

    Origin: Hebrew

  • Pazit

    Meaning: Golden

    Origin: Hebrew

  • Peace

    Meaning: Peaceful

    Origin: English

  • Peace

    Meaning: Peaceful

    Origin: English

  • Peada

    Meaning: Name of a prince

    Origin: Anglo-Saxon

  • Pearce

    Meaning: Form of Piers from Peter.

    Origin: English

  • Pearce

    Meaning: Form of Piers from Peter.

    Origin: Irish

  • Pearce

    Meaning: Rock

    Origin: Anglo-Saxon

  • Pearroc

    Meaning: Of the forest

    Origin: English

  • Pearson

    Meaning: Son of Pierce

    Origin: English

  • Pearson

    Meaning: Form of Piers from Peter.

    Origin: Irish

  • Pedra

    Meaning: Stone

    Origin: Spanish

  • Pedro

    Meaning: A rock. Form of Peter.

    Origin: Spanish

  • Peer

    Meaning: A rock. Form of Peter.

    Origin: German

  • Peirce

    Meaning: Rock

    Origin: English

  • Pell

    Meaning: Mantle

    Origin: English

  • Pellam

    Meaning: Father of Pelles

    Origin: Arthurian Legend

  • Pellanor

    Meaning: Name of a king

    Origin: Arthurian Legend

  • Pellean

    Meaning: Percival's father

    Origin: Arthurian Legend

  • Pelleas

    Meaning: A Fisher king

    Origin: Arthurian Legend

  • Pelles

    Meaning: A Fisher king

    Origin: Arthurian Legend

  • Pellinore

    Meaning: Name of a king

    Origin: Arthurian Legend

  • Pelltun

    Meaning: From the pool farm

    Origin: English

  • Pemton

    Meaning: From the pool farm

    Origin: English

  • Penarddun

    Meaning: Mythical daughter of Beli

    Origin: Celtic

  • Penda

    Meaning: Name of a king

    Origin: Anglo-Saxon

  • Pendewe

    Meaning: One

    Origin: African

  • Pendragon

    Meaning: From the dragon's enclosed land

    Origin: Anglo-Saxon

  • Penelope

    Meaning: Dream weaver

    Origin: Greek

  • Penina

    Meaning: Pearl

    Origin: Hebrew

  • Peninah

    Meaning: Pearl

    Origin: Hebrew

  • Penleigh

    Meaning: From the enclosed pasture meadow

    Origin: English

  • Penley

    Meaning: From the enclosed pasture meadow

    Origin: English

  • Penn

    Meaning: From the enclosure

    Origin: English

  • Penn

    Meaning: Commander

    Origin: German

  • Pennleah

    Meaning: From the enclosed pasture meadow

    Origin: English

  • Penrith

    Meaning: From Penrith

    Origin: Anglo-Saxon

  • Penrod

    Meaning: Famous commander

    Origin: German

  • Pensee

    Meaning: Thoughtful

    Origin: French

  • Penton

    Meaning: From the enclosed farm

    Origin: English

  • Pepe

    Meaning: Spanish form of Joseph He shall add

    Origin: Spanish

  • Pepillo

    Meaning: Spanish form of Joseph He shall add

    Origin: Spanish

  • Pepin

    Meaning: Petitioner

    Origin: German

  • Pepita

    Meaning: He shall add

    Origin: Spanish

  • Pepperell

    Meaning: Piper

    Origin: French

  • Peppi

    Meaning: Petitioner

    Origin: German

  • Peppin

    Meaning: Name of a king

    Origin: French

  • Per

    Meaning: A rock. Form of Peter.

    Origin: German

  • Perahta

    Meaning: Glorious

    Origin: German

  • Perahta

    Meaning: Glorious

    Origin: German

  • Perceval

    Meaning: Valley piercer

    Origin: English

  • Perceval

    Meaning: Hero of several Arthurian stories

    Origin: Arthurian Legend

  • Perceval

    Meaning: Pierces.

    Origin: French

  • Percival

    Meaning: Pierces.

    Origin: English

  • Percival

    Meaning: Hero of several Arthurian stories

    Origin: Arthurian Legend

  • Percival

    Meaning: Pierce

    Origin: French

  • Percy

    Meaning: Pierces.

    Origin: English

  • Percy

    Meaning: Pierces.

    Origin: French

  • Percyvelle

    Meaning: Hero of several Arthurian stories

    Origin: Arthurian Legend

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