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Name Meaning Origin Popularity Other Gender
Paahana
Paavo

Small

Latin

Pablo

A Spanish equivalent of Paul.

Spanish

Pablos

Spanish

Pace

Passover

Hebrew

Pacen
Pacey

From Pacy in France

English

Pacho

Free

Spanish

Pachu’a

Feathered water snake (Hopi)

Native American

Paciano

Peace

Spanish

Pacifico

Calm, tranquil

Spanish

Pacificus

Calm, tranquil

Spanish

Packard

German

Packer
Packert
Packey

Patrician, noble

Latin

Packston

Poecc's settlement

English

Paco

Spanish

Pacorro

Frenchman; free man

Spanish

Paddey

Patrician, noble

Latin

Paddie

Patrician, noble

Latin

Paddington

The Estate of Padda

English

Paddy

A diminutive form of Patrick.

Irish

Paden

Fighting-man's estate

English

Padget

French

Padgett

French

Padhraig

Patrician, noble

Latin

Padraic

Patrician, noble

Latin

Padraig

Patrician, noble

Latin

Padriac

Noble

Irish

Padric

Patrician, noble

Latin

Padruig

Royal

Scottish

Paegastun

From the fighter's farm

English

Paella

Mantle

English

Pagan

Countryman

Latin

Page

“A boy in training for knighthood,” but based on the Greek pais, a child.

French

Paget

French

Pagett

French

Pagiel

God disposes

Hebrew

Pahana

Lost White Brother

Native American

Pahkakino

Good Man

Native American

Pahukumaa

Edge of a Sunflower

Native American

Paice

Passover

Hebrew

Paien

Name of a nobleman

French

Paige

“An attendant on a knight.” See Page.

French

Pain

Countryman, rustic villager, peasant

Latin

Paine

Countryman, rustic villager, peasant

Latin

Paisley

Scottish

Paitalyi

Son of the Sun

Native American

Paiton

Male or Female Meaning: Village of the Warrior

English