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Boy Names Starting with Pa-

Pa- baby names and what they mean, with 47 results. Adoption of these boy names reached its apex 55 years ago (usage of 1.97%) and has become significantly lower since (usage 0.69%, down 65%), with names such as Patrick becoming somewhat dated. Parker (#72) and Paxton (#230) are two of the more contemporarily stylish names for newborns in this list, while Parmer (top 4%) and Pastor (3%) are common Pa- surnames. Here is the list of Pa- names for girls.

Pa- names

Pablo - Palomo | Paltiel - Pascal | Patrick - Pazel

Pablo - Palomo

Pablo and variantsPablo, var. Pablos
Source fr. Spanish, Latin. "Little." Popular as last names. Compare Pablo (upper 5%) with popular -lo surnames Palo (upper 14%), Pilo (54%).

Pace, var. Paice, Payce
Source fr. Hebrew. "Passover." Not Top 2000 names.

Stems fr. Spanish, Latin elements. "Peace." Ceciano is a creative variation.

Pacifico, var. Pacificus
Origin fr. Spanish, Latin languages. "Calm, tranquil." Pacifico and Pacificus are seldom adopted as children's names.

Packard, var. Packer, Packert
Not in popularity charts.

Paco1, Pacorro1, Panchito, Pancho, Paquito
Var. of Francis. Derived fr. Latin. "Frenchman." Paco (top 34%) and Pancho (43%) occur commonly as last names.

Paco2, var. Pacorro2
From Spanish, Latin elements. "From France." Not in Top 2000.

Paddy, var. Paddey, Paddie, Padraic, Padraig
Stems fr. Irish, Latin words. "Noble, patrician." Paddy (upper 32%) and Paddie (40%) appear often as surnames.

Peyton and variantsPaden, Payton
Forms of Peyton. Source fr. Old English word. "Fighter's estate." Somewhat common as boys' names, Paden and Payton are similar to the popular Kaden.

Stems fr. Latin. "Countryman." Pagan is not a Top 2000 name. Cross-gender use.

Top 2000 baby names ranking of Pa- names: Pablo, Paden, Page, Paige, Palmer

Top 2000 baby names ranking of Pa- names: Payne, Payton

Page and variantsPage, var. Padget, Padgett, Paget, Pagett, Payge, Paige
Derivative of French word. .. May be used to indicate an .. Padget (top 18%), Padgett (1%), Page (1%), Paget (17%) and Paige (1%) occur frequently as last names.

Root fr. Hebrew element. "God disposes." Pagiel is a scarce masculine name. See also Pazel.

Paine and variantsPaine, var. Pain, Payne
Origin fr. Latin. "Countryman, rustic villager, peasant." Pain (upper 24%), Paine (3%) and Payne (1%) occur commonly as last names.

Origin fr. Scottish word. Place name .. Also a girls' name. Paisley is rare as a children's name.

Paladio, var. Palladius
Derived fr. Spanish, Greek. "Follower of Pallas." Paladin (top 59%), Palacio (3%) are conventional last names.

Root fr. Old English word. .. CBS founder William Paley. Paley, like the similar Baley, exists more often as a surname. See also Peleh.

Palila, var. Pali
Root fr. Hawaiian word. "Bird." Not Top 2000 names.

Var. of Pell. Based on Middle English. "Skin, parchment." Uncommon. Pall (cf. Poll, Pell) uses the -ll suffix. See also Paul.

Palmer and variantsPalmer, var. Pallmer, Palmar, Palmerston
Derivative of Old English word. "Pilgrim." Palmer is common (top 91%) as a male name, while Pallmer, Palmar and Palmerston are rare.

Derivative of Latin word. "Dove." Outside Top 2000.