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Baby Girl Names beginning with P

Baby Girl Names P

The Top Girl Names and Unique Girl Names that start with P

Baby Girl Names Beginning with P

 

Pacifica Latin Calm. Also after the Pacific Ocean.
Padma Sanskrit A lotus.
Padmini Hindu  
Paige Old English/French A young child. French: A young attendant or page. A boy or girl's name.
Pakuna Miwok Indian deer jumping down hill
Palila Hawaiian A bird.
Pallas Greek Knowledge and wisdom.
Pallavi Hindu  
Palma Latin A Palm tree. Also the name of a town in Majorca.
Paloma Spanish from Latin A dove.
Palomi Hindu  
Pamee Hindu Pammy, Pammie
Pamela English A name invented by the 16th-century poet Sir Philip Sidney, possibly based on the Greek word for sweetness or honey.
Pamelia   From the name Pamela. A name invented by the 16th-century poet Sir Philip Sidney, possibly based on the Greek word for sweetness or honey.
Pandora Greek All-gifted, talented. A figure from Greek mythology.
Pangari Aboriginal A shadow, or of the soul.
Pania Maori A mythological sea-maiden.
Pankhudi Hindu  
Pankita Hindu  
Panna Hungarian Grace, or favoured by God. Form of Anne.
Pansy Old French Thoughts. Also the name of a flower.
Panthea Greek All of the gods.
Pantxike Latin free
Panya Latin, Swahili crowned with laurel; mouse, small child
Panyin Ghanese older of twins
Paola Italian Small. Feminine form of Paul.
Paolina   Small. Feminine form of Paul.
Papillon French butterfly
Parisa Persian angelic face
Parnella Old French A little rock. Also see Peta and Petronel.
Parnika Hindu auspicious Apsara
Parnita Hindu auspicious Apsara
Parthenia Greek Maidenly, virginal.
Parthivi Hindu the Goddess Sita
Parul Hindu  
Parvani Hindu full moon
Parvati Sanskrit The daughter of the mountain.
Parveen Hindu star
Pasang Tibetan/Sherpa Born on a Friday. A boy or girl's name.
Pascale French from Latin Easter.
Patia Spanish leaf
Patience English One of the seven virtues.
Patricia Latin Noble, wellborn. The feminine form of Patrick.
Patsy   Noble, wellborn. From the name Patricia.
Patty   Noble, wellborn. From the name Patricia.
Paula Latin Small. Feminine form of Paul.
Paulette French Small. Feminine form of Paul.
Paulina Spanish Small. Feminine form of Paul.
Pauline French Small. Feminine form of Paul.
Paulomi Hindu  
Pauravi Hindu  
Pavi Hindu  
Payal Hindu anklet
Payge Old English A young child.
Paz Spanish from Latin Peace.
Pazia Hebrew golden
Peace Latin peace
Pearl Old French A little sphere. Also a precious gem.
Pearlie   A little sphere.
Pearly   A little sphere.
Pebbles English a stone
Peg   A pearl. From the name Margaret; also used as independent names.
Pegeen Greek a pearl
Peggie   A pearl. From the name Margaret; also used as independent names.
Peggy   A pearl. From the name Margaret; also used as independent names.
Pelagia Greek From the sea.
Pema Tibetan/Sherpa A lotus.
Penda Swahili love
Penelope Greek The weaver. A character from Greek mythology.
Pengana Aboriginal A hawk.
Peni Hawaiian weaver
Penina Hebrew jewel, coral
Penney   The weaver.
Pennie   The weaver.
Penny   The weaver.
Penthea Greek The fifth.
Peony Latin Healing. A flower name.
Pepa Spanish God shall add. .
Pepita Spanish God shall add. .
Pepper English from the pepper plant
Perdita Latin The lost one. A name invented by Shakespeare for a character in The Winter's Tale.
Peridot Arabic A green gemstone.
Perla Italian/Spanish A little sphere.
Perle   A little sphere.
Perlina   A little sphere.
Perouze Armenian Turquoise.
Perri English wanderer
Perry Old English/French The dweller by the pear tree. Also from the name Peregrine. A boy or girl's name.
Persephone Greek The name of the goddess of the underworld.
Persia   From the name of the country.
Persis Latin A woman from Persia.
Peta Aboriginal/Greek Aboriginal: A tree. Greek: A rock or stone. A modern feminine form of Peter. Also see Parnella and Petronel.
Petara Latin Tara
Petra   A rock.
Petronel Latin From the name of an early saint, and related to the boy's name Peter. Also see Parnella and Peta.
Petula English A modern name possibly derived from the Latin word for 'to ask' or `to seek'.
Petunia   A flower name.
Phaedra Greek The bright one. The wife of Theseus in Greek mythology.
Phebe Italian Radiant, bright. The name of a Greek deity.
Phedra Greek shining one
Phelia   To help, a helper.
Phila   Love.
Philadelphia Greek Brotherly love. The name of a city in the USA.
Philana Greek A friend of mankind.
Philantha Greek A lover of flowers.
Philberta Old English Very brilliant.
Philena   Lover of mankind.
Philida   A green bough or branch.
Philippa Greek A lover of horses. The feminine form of Philip.
Phillida   A green bough or branch.
Philomela Greek A lover of song.
Philomena Greek A lover of the moon.
Phoebe Greek Radiant, bright. The name of a Greek deity.
Phoena Greek mystical bird, purple
Phoenix Greek The legendary bird that rose again from its own ashes. A boy or girl's name.
Phoolan Hindu flower
Photini   Light.
Phrynia   From Shakespeare's play Timon of Athens.
Phuong Vietnamese destiny
Phutika Hindu  
Phylicia   Happiness.
Phyliss Greek A green bough or branch.
Phyllida   A green bough or branch.
Phyllis Greek A green bough or branch.
Pia Latin Pious, devout. An Italian and Spanish name.
Pier Aboriginal/Greek Aboriginal: A tree. Greek: A rock or stone. A modern feminine form of Peter. Also see Parnella and Petronel.
Pierah Aboriginal The moon.
Pierette Greek Greek: A rock or stone. A modern feminine form of Peter. Also see Parnella and Petronel.
Pierina Greek Greek: A rock or stone. A modern feminine form of Peter. Also see Parnella and Petronel.
Pierrette   A stone or rock. From the name Pierre.
Pilar Aboriginal/Spanish Aboriginal: A spear. Spanish: supportive, a pillar.
Piltti   An unusual Finnish name.
Piper English A pipe player.
Pippa   A lover of horses. The feminine form of Philip.
Pivari Hindu a wife of Sukha
Pixie Celtic/English A fairy or sprite.
Piyali Hindu tree
Placida Latin Peaceful, serene. Feminine form of Placido.
Platona Greek Wise, broad-shouldered.
Polly   Bitter, as in a bitterly wanted child. Also - The star of the sea.
Pollyanna   A combination of Polly and Anna.
Poloma Choctaw Indian bow
Polona Slowenian  
Pomona Latin Fertile, fruitful.
Pooja Hindu prayer
Poonam Hindu  
Poppy Old English A flower name.
Portia Latin An offering. The name of the heroine in Shakespeare's The Merchant of Venice.
Posy English A bunch of flowers. Also a nickname for Josephine.
Prabha Hindu lustrous
Prabhati Hindu morning
Prachi Hindu  
Pradeepta Hindu glowing
Pragati Hindu progress
Pragya Hindu wisdom
Prama Hindu knowing truth
Pramada Hindu woman
Pranati Hindu prayer
Prapti Hindu gain
Prasert Thai  
Prashanti Hindu peace
Pratiksha Hindu  
Pratima Hindu image
Preeti Hindu love
Preita Finnish most loving one
Prema Sanskrit Love, affection.
Premila Hindu  
Prerana Hindu  
Preyasi Hindu beloved
Prima Latin The firstborn.
Primavera Spanish Springtime, a child of the spring.
Primrose Latin The first rose. A flower name.
Primula   A flower name. See Primrose.
Prioska Hungarian The blushing one.
Priscilla Latin From a Roman family name.
Prisha Hindu  
Prita    
Priti Hindu satisfaction, renowned wife of Pulastya/Sukha
Pritika Hindu beloved
Priya Sanskrit Beloved.
Priyanka Hindu  
Prospera Latin Favourable.
Prudence Latin Provident, showing careful foresight.
Prue   Provident, showing careful foresight.
Prunella Latin A little plum.
Psyche Greek Of the soul or mind.
Ptolema Greek  
Pulkita Hindu  
Pundari Hindu  
Punita Hindu  
Purnima Sanskrit The night of the full moon.
Purva Hindu  
Purvaja Hindu elder sister
Purvi Hindu  
Pusti Hindu nourishment, a form of the Devi, wife of Ganapati
Pyrena Greek The fiery one.
Pythia Greek A prophet.

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