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Name Meaning Origin Popularity Other Gender
Parker

Keeper of the park

English

Patrick

Nobleman

Latin

Peter

Stone

Greek

Preston

Priest's town

English

Phoenix

Dark red

Greek

Paul

Small

Latin

Paxton

Poecc's settlement

English

Prince

Prince

English

Pablo

A Spanish equivalent of Paul.

Spanish

Pedro

Stone

Spanish

Princeton

Prince's town

English

Porter

Door keeper

English

Peyton

From Pacca's town

English

Philip

Horse lover

Greek

Pierce

A variant form of Peter.

Greek

Phillip

Horse lover

Greek

Pierre

The French form of Peter, meaning “stone.”

French

Payton

Fighting-man's estate

English

Pharaoh
Pierson

Rock

Greek

Perry

“(The man who lives in the cottage near) the pear tree,” ultimately from the Latin pirum, a pear.

Modern

Palmer

Pilgrim

English

Paulo

Small

Latin

Phineas

Oracle

Hebrew

Pranav

Sacred syllable (om)

Indian (Sanskrit)

Presley

Priest's meadow

English

Perseus

Greek

Patricio

Patrician, noble

Latin

Pryce

Prize

French

Penn

Enclosure; hill

English

Pinchas
Paris

Greek

Percy

A diminutive form of Percival.

Latin

Patton

Fighter's town

English

Paolo

Small

Latin

Prynce
Price

Prize

French

Pete

Rock

Greek

Psalm

Song

Hebrew

Payson
Panagiotis
Pascual

Easter child

Latin

Pearson

Rock

Greek

Pax

Peace

Latin

Pearce

Rock

Greek

Pau
Petar

Rock

Greek

Pietro

Rock

Spanish

Pasquale

Easter child

Latin

Peace

Tranquility

American