Pantelis Pantelis (Greek Παντελής) is the name of a number of individuals in Greek history:
Pavlos Pavlos or Pávlos is a masculine given name. It is a Greek form of Paul. It may refer to:
Perikles Perikles or Pericles or Periklis (Greek: Περικλής) is a Greek masculine given name.
Phillip Philipp (Greek: Φίλιππος philippos, Latinized: Philip) is a male given name, which is commonly used as a surname. The name comes philippos "Friend of horse" from the Greek φίλιππος (φίλος philos 'Friend', ἱππος hippos 'Horse'). He comes from ancient Greece, which equipped with a cavalry and were thus to able the horses of the Macedonian Kings. Up to the early Middle Ages, the name in Western Europe was completely unusual and disseminated only in Byzantine and Orthodox countries. His introduction to Western Europe goes back to the Russian princess Anna of Kiev, which became by marriage with Heinrich I. Queen of France. She gave this name to her son, the later King Philipp I, whose Beliebtheit people contributed to the spread of the name Philip.
Paraskevas Paraskevas (Greek: Παρασκευάς is a Greek male given name with the female equivalent being Paraskevi (Παρασκευή). Notable people with the name include:
Phaedon Phaedon (Greek: Φαίδων) is a Greek given name. It can also be transliterated as Phaedo, Fedon, or Faidon.
Polychronis Polychronis is a masculine Greek given name and may refer to:
Pygmalion Pygmalion is the Greek version of the Phoenician name Pu'mayyaton. Hesychios of Alexandria transcribed it as Pygmaion.
Peithon Peithon, Pithon, and Python (Greek Πείθων, Πίθων, or Πύθων soothsayer =) were ancient Greek male person names, which were used mainly in Macedonia.
Polydoros Polydoros is a male name common in Greek mythology.
Polykarp Polycarp or Polycarp is a male given name, πολύκαρπος polýkarpos 'fruitful' is derived from the ancient Greek (from πολύς polýs 'much' and καρπός karpos ' Frucht '; literally so "the much fruit required").
Protasius Protasius is a masculine given name. He comes from the Greek and means the first or the preceding.
Pamphile Former Greek pan, all the senses and philos meaning friend, PAMPHILE a proper noun is used as a surname or place name and surname, including in Martinique.
Panagiota Panagiotis or Panayiotis (Greek & #160; Παναγιώτης) is a common Greek given name. Panagiota or Panayiota (Greek & #160; Παναγιὡτα) is the feminine form of the name. The name comes from the nickname of Panagia ("all holy" - άγια Greek παν, "all" Greek "sacred") for the Virgin Mary.
Pedro Pedro is a male given name, originally a Greek origin, the Spanish and Portuguese form of Peter. Another origin and meaning of the name see here. Pedro is also a family name.
Poyraz Zinga is a Turkish male first name of Greek origin, as well as family name.
Pausanias Pausanias (Greek Παυσανίας, "of the tribulation sells" or "which stops the pain") is a Greek male name.
Perieres Family is an ancient Greek male surnames.
Philaios Philaios (Greek Φίλαιος) is a Greek male given name.
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