Origin: Greek Meaning: red or flame-colored


Origin: English Meaning: priest town


Origin: Hungarian Meaning: most of the sites I’ve gone to list it as the Hungarian form of Priscilla, meaning “ancient” but Behind the Name (a site I go to frequently) lists it as coming from the word piros, which means red in Hungarian, with a diminutive suffix. Since piros does mean red in Hungarian, it could very…


Origin: English Meaning: one who plays the pipes or flute


Origin: English Meaning: keeper of the park


Origin: Greek, Finnish, English, German, Swedish, Norwegian, Danish, Dutch, Czech, Slovak, Slovene, Bulgarian, Croatian, Serbian, Macedonian, Hungarian, Meaning: feminine form of Peter, meaning “stone” or “rock” Variants: Peta, Petrina, Penka


Origin: Spanish, Portuguese Meaning: Patrician, noble birth Gender: Male Patricio is the Spanish and Portuguese form of Patrick, which itself from the Latin Patricius.


Origin: English Meaning: diminutive of Mary. Rebellious; well-fed; bitter; beloved Gender: Female Polly is a medieval variant of Molly, which comes from Mary.


Origin: Greek Meaning: shining one Variants: Pháeton (French) Gender: Male It’s the name of the Greek god of the sun Helius, who almost crashed the sun into the earth and was killed by Zeus to prevent it from happening.


Origin: Greek Meaning: bright Variants: Phaidra Gender: Female With its pronunciation, it easily comes with the nickname Phae or Fay.


Origin: Latin, Italian, Spanish, Portuguese Meaning: pilgrim; palm tree Variants: Palmira (Italian, Spanish) Gender: Female Palmiro is the masculine version of the name


Origin: Greek Meaning: man of sorrows, man of grief/sadness/mourning Gender: male Pentheus is a name from Greek mythology as well as the name of a king of Thebes. Although its’ meaning is depressing, it does come with the great nickname Pen