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Boy Names Starting with Par-
Par- baby names and what they mean, with 16 results. Par- names are used more often as masculine names. These boy names were at the top of their popularity in 2013 (adoption of 0.31%) and have remained as popular to this day (adoption 0.29%, 5.9% less), but with names such as Paris becoming less trendy. Parker (#72) is the most trendy boy name in this compilation, while Parmer (top 4%) and Paradis (4%) are conventional Par- last names.
Par - ParvaizPar
Form of Peter. Root fr. Greek language. "Rock." Park is a slightly prominent birth name. See also Pal.Paris▼, var. Parris1
Derived fr. Greek word. .. Paris was the young and beautiful .. Paris, Parris (compare Waris, Daris) are common -ris suffix surnames.Parker▲, var. Parke, Parkes, Parkman, Parks
Root fr. Old English language. "Park keeper." Parke, Parkes and Parkman are more unconventional as baby names among the forms of Parker.Parkins, var. Parken, Parkin
Based on English language. "Rock." Parkins, Parken and Parkin are not in the Top 2000.Parmenio, var. Parmenios, Parmenius
Derived fr. Spanish word. "Studious, of intelligence." Parmenio, Parmenios and Parmenius are rarely adopted as children's names.Parnell, var. Parnel, Parrnell
Derived fr. Latin language. "Country bumpkin." Less popular today. Parnell was the variant last appearing (1960-1969) in the Top 2000.Parr
Root fr. Old English word. "Castle park." Compare last names Parra (upper 1%), Paro (14%). See also Peer.Parrish, var. Parish, Parris2, Parriss
Derived fr. Old French word. "Ecclesiastical locality." Parish, Parris and Parrish are more prevalent as children's names compared to Parriss.Parry1
Var. of Perry. Root fr. Latin. "Traveler, wanderer." Parry is not frequently used as a birth name. See also Parr.Parry2, var. Parrey, Parrie
Root fr. Old Welsh language. "Son of Harry." Uncommon as baby names, but Parry, Parrey, etc. are similar to the more familiar Barry.
Var. of Percival. Derivative of Old French element. "Pierce the vale." Parsafal, Parsefal and Parsifal are not in the Top 2000.Parsons, var. Parson
Origin fr. Old English language. "Clergyman." Not in Top 2000.Parthalan
Derived fr. Irish, Gaelic element. Variant of Bartholomew (Aramaic) son of .. Not Top 2000 name.Parthenios, var. Parthenius
Stems fr. Greek. "Maiden-like." Not in Top 2000.Parton
From Old English. .. possibly castle park settlement or Peter's .. Rather uncommon as a baby name, Parton exists more frequently as a surname. See also Warton.Parvaiz, var. Parvez, Parviz, Parwiz
Stems fr. Farsi, Persian elements. "Commendable." Not Top 2000 names.
Summary Index of names [and variants] for Par- names for boys.1. Par - Parvaiz
Peter [Par], Paris▼ [Parris], Parker▲ [Parke, Parks, Parkes, Parkman], Parkins [Parken, Parkin], Parmenio [Parmenios, Parmenius], Parnell [Parnel, Parrnell], Parr, Parrish [Parish, Parris, Parriss], Perry [Parry], Parry [Parrey, Parrie], Percival [Parsafal, Parsefal, Parsifal], Parsons [Parson], Parthalan, Parthenios [Parthenius], Parton, Parvaiz [Parvez, Parviz, Parwiz]