Baby Names Beginning with P for Girls
Boy Names | Girl NamesPacifica - Paradisa | Paris - Peachy | Peale - Perrin | Perry - Philopena | Philothea - Pola | Polly - Purity
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Common one-syllable P- girl names: Paige▲, Pam▼.
Common two-syllable P- girl names: Paisley▲, Palma▼, Pansy▼.
Common three-syllable P- girl names: Paloma, Pamala▼, Pamela▼, Pamella.
All Names from Pacifica - Paradisa
Pacifica, Pasifica. "Peaceful." Outside Top 1000.
Padme, Padma. "Lotus." Outside Top 1000.
Pagan. "Country dweller." Not Top 1000 name. Gender-neutral name.
Paige▲, Page, Payge, Paget, Padget, Pagett, Padgett. "Young servant." Listed in Top 1000.
Paisley▲. Gender-neutral name. Paisley (cf. Pughsley) is a common -sley suffix surname.
Palila, Pali. "Bird." Palila and Pali are not in the Top 1000.
Pallas, Palles, Paladia, Palladia. "Wisdom." Panlas, Parlas and Pialas are kreatif forms.
Palma▼, Palmer, Pallma, Palmyra, Palmira, Palmeda, Palmeeda, Pallmyra, Pallmirah. "Palm tree." Adoption of Palmyra and forms was common during 1910-1919 and has become lower, with Palma becoming less fashionable.
Paloma, Peloma, Palloma, Palometa, Palomita. "Dove." Prominent. Paloma, Palloma, Peloma (cf. Padma) ends with -ma.
Pamina. Pamina is scarcely used as a women's name. See also Pnina.
Pandora, Pandoura, Pandorra, Panndora, Pandorah. "All gifts." Not in popularity charts.
Pandra. "Chief dragon." Not in popularity charts. See also Candra.
Pangiota, Panagiota. "All-holy." Pangiota and Panagiota were not among 2014's Top names.
Pania, Panya, Paniya. "Crown." Uncommon, with the androgynous-sounding -ia ending for Pania, like Priminia.
Panphila, Panfila, Panfyla, Panphyla. "All-loving." Panphila, Panfyla, etc. are not in the Top 1000.
Pansy▼, Pansie, Pansey. "Flowering plant with velvety petals." Pansy is popular as a variant form.
Panthea, Panthia, Pantheya, Pantheia. "Of all gods." Panthea, Pantheya, etc. are uncommon as birth names.
Paquita. "From France." Paquita is not in the Top 1000.
Paradisa. "Garden, orchard." Unique. Paradisa, like Parisa, uses the unusual -sa ending.