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Name Meaning Origin Popularity Other Gender
Patrix

A variant form of Patricia.

Pernel

A feminine form of Peter

Petrissa

A feminine form of Peter.

Petrushka

A Russian feminine diminutive of Peter.

Russian

Philandra

“Lover of men,” from the Greek philos (loving) and aner (man).

Greek

Philema

“The kiss of surrender,” from the Greek philema, a kiss.

Greek

Philesia

“The loving one,” from the Greek philein, to love.

Greek

Philosopha

“The lover of wisdom,” from the Greek philein (to love) and sophos (wisdom).

Greek

Photine

A French equivalent of Phoebe.

French

Phrene

“The mind and heart,” from the Greek phren (mind, heart), in allusion to Phryne, the beautiful and wise sweet heart and mistress of Praxiteles, the famed sculptor, who made several statues of her, one the Cnidian Aphrodite.

Greek

Phronsie

“The wise maiden,” a variant form of Sophia.

Pulcheria

“A stunning beauty,” based on the Latin pulcher, beautiful.

Latin

Pulcherie.

A French equivalent of Pulcheria.

French

Pythia

“The high priestess,” in allusion to Pythia, the high priestess of Apollo’s oracle at Delphi, in ancient Greece; from the Greek Pytho, an older name for Delphi.

Greek

Poet

Writer of poems

English

Promise

One's word

English

Paisleigh

Church

Scottish

Py’Shence

Created name

American