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Name Meaning Origin Popularity Other Gender
Prysilla

Ancient, venerable

Latin

Psalm

Song

Hebrew

Psyche

Breath

Greek

Ptaysanwee
Pua
Pualani
Puanani
Publia
Puebla

From the city

Spanish

Puja
Pulcheria

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

Latin

Pulcherie.

A French equivalent of Pulcheria.

French

Pules

Pidgeon

Native American

Puma

Mountain Lion

Latin

Puneet
Pura
Pureza

English

Purisima

Pure

Spanish

Purity

English

Purnima
Purvi
Py’Shence

Created name

American

Pyper
Pyralis

Of Fire

Greek

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