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Name Meaning Origin Popularity Other Gender
Price

Prize

French

Pavel

Small

Latin

Panagiotis
Pinchus
Piotr

Rock

Greek

Pascal

Easter child

Latin

Paden

Fighting-man's estate

English

Percell
Pershing
Phong

Wind

Vietnamese

Pilar
Payson
Pheng
Placido

Clam, serene

Spanish

Perley
Parris

Ecclesiastical locality

Greek

Parsa

Pure- virtuous-righteous-chaste-faithful

Persian

Perseus

Greek

Payne

Countryman, rustic villager, peasant

Latin

Pawel

Small

Latin

Pasco
Perfecto

Perfect

Spanish

Parks

Park keeper

English

Payden

From the fighter's farm

English

Patton

Fighter's town

English

Peterson

Rock

Greek

Pinchos
Parley
Primitivo
Pearson

Rock

Greek

Pao
Penn

Enclosure; hill

English

Pryce

Prize

French

Park

Cypress Tree

Chinese

Pax

Peace

Latin

Patrice

Patrician, noble

Latin

Page

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

French

Pamela
Piero

Rock

Spanish

Phi
Padraig

Patrician, noble

Latin

Prentis

Apprentice

English

Pearce

Rock

Greek

Prynce
Purvis

Purveyor

French

Paige

“An attendant on a knight.” See Page.

French

Prescott

Priest's cottage

English

Purnell
Pius

Pious

Latin

Peng