Baby Girl names that start with  “ P “ and their  Meaning

 

Pa

Spanish, meaning ‘free’.

Pabiola

(alt. Pabiole)

Spanish, meaning ‘little girl’.

Paciencia

Spanish, meaning ‘patient’.

Pacifica

(alt. Pacifika)

Spanish, meaning ‘peaceful’.

Padma

Hindi, meaning ‘lotus’. One of the twins in Harry Potter. It is also another name for the

goddess Lakshmi.

Padmaja

Indian, meaning ‘born from a lotus’.

Padmini

Indian, meaning ‘a lotus pond’.

Padraigin

Irish, meaning ‘noble’.

Pagan

Old English, meaning ‘country dweller’. It is also a word used to describe alternative

religious beliefs.

Pageant

(alt. Padgeant, Padgent, Pagent)

American, meaning ‘theatrical’.

Paige

(alt. Page)

French, meaning ‘serving boy’.

Paili

Hebrew, meaning ‘bitter’.

Paisley

Scottish, from the town of the same name.

Paiva

Scandinavian, meaning ‘sun god’.

Pakeezah

Arabic, meaning ‘pure’.

Paki

African, meaning ‘witness’.

Pakuna

Native American, meaning ‘a deer jumping downhill’.

Palemon

(alt. Palem, Palemond)

Spanish, meaning ‘kind’.

Palesa

African, meaning ‘flower’.

Palila

Hawaiian, meaning ‘bird’.

Pallas

(alt. Paladia, Palladia, Palles)

Greek, meaning ‘wisdom’. It was also another name for Athena in Greek mythology.

Pallavi

Sanskrit, meaning ‘new leaves’.

Palma

(alt. Palmira)

Latin, meaning ‘palm tree’.

Paloma

Spanish, meaning ‘dove’.

Pam

Shortened form of Pamela, meaning ‘all honey’.

Pamela

(alt. Pamala, Pamella, Pamla)

Greek, meaning ‘all honey’.

Panchali

Sanskrit, meaning ‘princess’.

Pandora

Greek, meaning ‘all gifted’.

Pang

Chinese, meaning ‘innovative’.

Pangiota

Greek, meaning ‘all is holy’.

Paniz

Persian, meaning ‘candy’.

Pansy

French, from the flower of the same name.

Panya

Slavic, meaning ‘crown’.

Paola

Italian, meaning ‘troublemaker’.

Paolabella

Italian, meaning ‘lovely troublemaker’.

Papina

Native American, meaning ‘ivy’.

Paquita

Spanish, meaning ‘free’.

Paradisa

(alt. Paradis)

Greek, meaning ‘garden orchard’.

Paris

(alt. Parisa)

Greek, from the mythological hero of the same name. Also from the city.

Parisa

Persian, meaning ‘fairy-like’.

Parker

English, meaning ‘park keeper’.

Parminder

Hindi, meaning ‘beautiful’.

Parnelle

(alt. Parnel, Parnell, Parney)

French, meaning ‘little stone’.

Parthenia

Greek, meaning ‘virginal’.

Parthenope

Greek, from the mythological siren of the same name.

Parvani

Sanskrit, meaning ‘full moon’.

Parvati

Sanskrit, meaning ‘daughter of the mountain’. One of the twins’ names in Harry Potter.

Pascale

French, meaning ‘Easter’.

Pat

(alt. Patsy, Patti, Pattie, Patty)

Shortened form of Patricia, meaning ‘noble’.

Patia

Greek, meaning ‘highest’.

Patience

French, meaning ‘the state of being patient’.

Patricia

(alt. Patrice)

Latin, meaning ‘noble’.

Paula

Latin, meaning ‘small’.

Pauline

(alt. Paulette, Paulina)

Latin, meaning ‘small’.

Paxton

Latin, meaning ‘peaceful town’.

Paz

Spanish, meaning ‘peace’.

Pazia

Hebrew, meaning ‘golden’.

Peace

English, meaning ‘peace’.

Peaches

English, from the fruit of the same name.

Pearl

(alt. Pearle, Pearlie, Perla)

Latin, meaning ‘pale gemstone’.

Pegeen

Irish, meaning ‘pearl’.

Peggy

(alt. Peggie)

Greek, meaning ‘pearl’.

Pelagia

Greek, meaning ‘sea’.

Pelia

Hebrew, meaning ‘marvel of God’.

Penelope

Greek, meaning ‘bobbin worker’.

Penka

Bulgarian, meaning ‘rock’.

Penny

(alt. Penni, Pennie)

Greek, meaning ‘bobbin worker’.

Peony

Greek, from the flower of the same name.

Perdita

Latin, meaning ‘lost’.

Perenna

Latin, meaning ‘eternal’.

Peri

(alt. Perri)

Hebrew, meaning ‘outcome’.

Perpetua

Spanish, meaning ‘everlasting’.

Perry

French, meaning ‘pear tree’.

Persephone

Greek, meaning ‘bringer of destruction’.

Peta

Native American, meaning ‘golden eagle’.

Petra

(alt. Petrina)

Greek, meaning ‘rock’.

Petula

Latin, meaning ‘to seek’.

Petunia

Greek, from the flower of the same name.

Peyton

(alt. Payton)

English, meaning ‘from Pacca’s town’.

Phaedra

Greek, meaning ‘bright’.

Phalin

Thai, meaning ‘sapphire’.

Phalen

Latin, meaning ‘peaceful’.

Phenyo

African, meaning ‘victory’.

Phila

Greek, meaning ‘love’.

Philippa

Greek, meaning ‘horse lover’.

Philomena

(alt. Philoma)

Greek, meaning ‘loved one’.

Philyra

Greek, meaning ‘music lover’.

Phoebe

Greek, meaning ‘shining and brilliant’.

Phoenix

Greek, meaning ‘red as blood’.

Phyllida

Greek, meaning ‘leafy bough’.

Phyllis

(alt. Phillia, Phylis)

Greek, meaning ‘leafy bough’.

Paiv

Native American, meaning ‘honeydew of the mountains’.

Pia

Latin, meaning ‘pious’.

Piapot

Native American, meaning ‘lightning’.

Piera

Italian, meaning ‘rock’.

Pieta

Latin, meaning ‘piety’.

Pilialoha

Hawaiian, meaning ‘loved one’.

Pilar

Spanish, meaning ‘pillar’.

Piper

English, meaning ‘pipe player’.

Pippa

Shortened form of Philippa, meaning ‘horse lover.’

Pixie

Irish, meaning ‘fairy’.

Pizi

Native American, meaning ‘bravery’.

Pleasance

French, meaning ‘agreeable’.

Plum

Latin, from the fruit of the same name.

Pocahontas

Native American, meaning ‘to play’.

Polly

Hebrew, meaning ‘bitter’.

Pollyanna

English, combination name of Polly and Anna. The title character in Eleanor H. Porter’s

novel Pollyanna.

Pomona

Latin, meaning ‘apple’.

Poppy

Latin, from the flower of the same name.

Portia

(alt. Porsha)

Latin, meaning ‘from the Portia clan’.

Poseanye

Native American, meaning ‘dripping dew’.

Posy

English, meaning ‘small flower’.

Povitamun

Native American, meaning ‘morning flower’.

Poviyemo

Native American, meaning ‘falling flower’.

Precious

Latin, meaning ‘of great worth’.

Prema

Indian, meaning ‘love’.

Premala

Indian, meaning ‘loving’.

Presencia

Spanish, meaning ‘presence’.

Priela

Hebrew, meaning ‘fruit of God’.

Primavera

Spanish, meaning ‘springtime’.

Primrose

English, meaning ‘first rose’.

Princess

English, meaning ‘daughter of the monarch’.

Priscilla

(alt. Prisca, Priscila)

Latin, meaning ‘ancient’.

Prita

Indian, meaning ‘dear one’.

Priti

Indian, meaning ‘love’.

Priya

Hindi, meaning ‘loved one’.

Prudence

Latin, meaning ‘caution’.

Prudie

Shortened form of Prudence, meaning ‘caution’.

Prunella

Latin, meaning ‘small plum’.

Psyche

Greek, meaning ‘breath’.

Pules

Native American, meaning ‘pigeon’.

Purity

English, meaning ‘clean’.

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