Palmira Palmira is a female given name of Italian, Spanish and Portuguese origin. The first name is used occasionally in Lithuania and of Switzerland.
Paloma Paloma is a female given name, derived from Latin "palumbus" which means Dove; a symbol of Peace. The name also can be understood as The Holy Spirit symbolized in this bird. Palomma, using double "m", comes from a Neapolitan dialect, made famous in the song "Palomma 'e notte" written by Di Giacomo and Buongiovanni in 1906.
Pamuk Pamuk is a Turkish female given name and family name. Translated means "Cotton" Pamuk and transfer also "gently", "white" and "soft", such as the cotton itself.
Panagiotis Panagiotis or Panayiotis (Greek: Παναγιώτης), "Παν" (all) "άγιος" (holy or saint) suffix "-της" (which can mean "of the"), is a common male Greek name. It derives from the Greek epithet Panagia or Panayia ("All-Holy") for the Virgin Mary, the mother of Jesus. The feminine form of the name is Panagiota or Panayiota (Παναγιὡτα). Both share the name day with Maria, Mario, Mary, Despoina (or Despina) and all their diminutives on the Dormition of the Theotokos on 15 August. There are many diminutives of Panagiotis such as Panos (Πάνος), Panagis/Panayis (Παναγής), Takis (Τάκης, from the diminutive Panagiotakis or Panayiotakis), Panikos (Πανίκος, in Cyprus), while Panagiota or Panayiota is commonly reduced to Giota or Yiota (Γιώτα).
Panorea Panorea is a female name of Greek origin. It is also sometimes used as an adjective.
Parascève Paraskevi (in the Greek Παρασκευή, Paraskevi) is a female given name, there are many variants (Praskovie, Praskovya, Paraskeva, Pascha, Petka, Pyatnitsa, Pyetka, Paraskevoula, Voula...)
Paraskevi Paraskevi (Greek: Παρασκευή, Paraskeuē, literally "Preparation", and also the name of the "day of preparation" for the Sabbath, i.e. Friday) is a female given name. Greek-language vαriations include Paraskevoula (Παρασκευούλα), Voula (Βούλα), Vivi (Βιβή), Evi (Έβη), etc. The male equivalent is Paraskevas (Παρασκευάς).
Parlak Parlak (Turkish: "shiny, bright";) "excellent") is a Turkish female given name and family name.
Parvati Parvati (Devanagari : पार्वती pārvatī) is a Hindu/Sanskrit Indian feminine given name, which comes from the name of the goddess Parvati. Alternative spellings include Parvathy and Parvathi.
Pascale Pascale is a common Francophone given name, the feminine for the name Pascal. The same spelling is also the Italian form of the masculine name Pascal, and an Italian surname derived from the given name.
Patricia Patricia /pəˈtrɪʃə/ is a common female given name of Latin origin. Derived from the Latin word patrician, meaning "noble", the masculine form of the name is Patrick. The name Patricia was the second most common female name in the United States according to the 1990 US Census.[verification needed]
Patricija Ravi is a Lithuanian female given name, derived from Patricius, a forma by Patricia.
Patsy Patsy is a given name often used as a diminutive of the feminine given name Patricia or sometimes the masculine name Patrick, or occasionally other names containing the syllable "Pat" or "Pet" (such as Cleopatra, Patience, or Patrice). Among Italian-Americans, it is often used as a pet name for Pasquale.
Paula Paula is a feminine given name and a family name.
Paule Paule is both a feminine given name and a surname. Notable people with the name include:
Paulette Paulette (po-LET) is the French feminine given name diminutive of the French/English/German given name Pauline, a derivative of the Latin Paulina, from the Roman family name Paulus, meaning "small" or "humble". The masculine given name Paul comes from the same cognate. It is uncommon as a surname. People with the name "Paulette" include:
Päivi Päivi is a Finnish female given name. He comes from the Finnish word Päivä (on German: day) off. The name in Finland for the first time in 1901 officially awarded, in the late 1950s and 1960s Päivi was the most popular female given name in Finland. In the Finnish cover version Poika Päivi nimeltä Päivi by Leevi and the Leavings of the country classic A Boy Named Sue is for typical's maiden name.
Pécine Pecine is an outdated female name used Brittany and Poitou region. It refers to a Saint of Spanish origin, Sainte Pecine. It is celebrated on June 26.
Pınar Pınar is a common feminine Turkish given name. In Turkish, "Pınar" means "Spring" (of water), and/or "Fountain".
Pegeen Pegeen is the anglicized spelling of an Irish given name, meaning "pearl", and may refer to:
Petya Petya or Petia (Петя) is a Bulgarian female given name. It is of Slavic origin.
Pexine Pexine is an outdated female name used in Brittany and Lusignan. It refers to a Saint of Spanish origin, Sainte-Pexine, which owes its name to the municipality of Sainte-Pexine. It is celebrated on June 26.
Pezenne Pezenne is an outdated female given name was used in the region of Poitou. It refers to a Saint of Spanish origin, Sainte Pezenne, a district of Niort was also named of a former municipality of Sainte-Pezenne now.
Phanita Phanita is an Indian female name. It is also common in Thailand and Indonesia. The Sanskrit meaning of the word is inspissated juice of the sugarcane. Kautilya's Arthshastra mentions use of Phanita in the preparation of alcohol. In addition, Ayurvedic literature such as Sushruta Samhita describes usage of Phanita in theraupetic preparations.
Philippa Philippa is a given name meaning "lover of horses" or "horses' friend". Common alternative spellings include Filippa, Phillipa and, less often, Filipa. It is the feminine form of the masculine name Philip. It is composed of the Greek elements philein (to love) and hippos (horse), and is derived from the name of Alexander the Great's father, the ancient Greek king, Philip II of Macedon (aka Philippos, Filippos, and Pilipos), who was an avid horse lover. The name is commonly shortened to the nicknames Pippa, Pippy, and Pip. Notable people with the name Philippa include:
Phoebe Phoebe or Phebe is a female given name (Ancient Greek: Φοίβη), feminine form of the male name Phoebus, meaning "bright and shining" deriving from Greek 'Phoebus' (Φοίβος).
Pikria Pikria (George ფიქრია) is a given name. On the Arabian peninsula, he is used as a male first name in Georgia as a female first name.
Pilar Pilar is a feminine Spanish language given name; traditionally short for "Maria del Pilar". It may refer to:
Pinar Pınar is a Turkish female name, meaning "The source". The name also in the case of Pinar can occur outside Turkey.
Pirjo Pirjo is a Finnish female given name. Its nameday is celebrated on the 7th of October. It began to be used in the 1920s, and it reached its peak of popularity in the 1940s and 1950s. As of 2013 there are 34,650 women with this name in Finland.
Piroschka Crystal and Piroska is a Hungarian female given name.
Piroska Crystal and Piroska is a Hungarian female given name. Piroska comes from the Latin first name Prisca, it was Piriska, and later Piroska in Hungary. O'Neal originally means: the venerable, the beautiful, the magnificent. The old Hungarian word of Piros influenced probably also change.
Pitère Pitere is an outdated female name used in Brittany. It refers to a Saint of Spanish origin, Sainte Pitere gave his name, the Church of Sainte-Pitere, le Tréhou.
Prija Prija is a female given name. It originates from Slavic mythology as the name of the goddess of good wishes.
Prisca Priska (also Prisca) is a female given name. Translated the name from the Latin with "The venerable" is. It is called also "beauty" or "the splendid" etc. These forms are more prevalent in Germany, since the name Prisca comes from the Saint Prisca. Also the Saint Priscus was known. You can find this name more often in the Black Forest, and in France.
Priscilla Priscilla is an English female given name adopted from the Roman Prisca, derived from the Latin priscus . One suggestion is that it is intended to bestow long life on the bearer.
Priyanka Priyanka is a popular female given name in Hindu and Buddhist cultures. It is a name derived from the Sanskrit word 'Priyanker' or 'Priyankar' meaning, someone or something that is amiable; lovable, or makes you happy. In its adverb form it can also mean endearing behavior, for example an act of showing kindness or happiness or excitement; or kind agree-ability.
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