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Boy Names Starting with Pe-

Pe- baby names and what they mean, with 41 results. Usage of these boy names reached its apex 135 years ago (adoption of 0.73%) and is now significantly lower (adoption 0.23%, down 69%), with names such as Percy going out of style. Peck (top 1%) and Peay (7%) are common Pe- surnames. Here is the list of Pe- names for girls.

Pe- names

Peabody - Penn | Pepe - Peverell | Peyton

Peabody - Penn

Peabody
Derived fr. Old English word. .. George Peabody was an influencial 19th .. Common as surname. Compare Peabody (upper 4%) with popular last names Peddy (upper 28%), Pardy (28%), which also end with -dy.

Peak
Geography name .. Peak, like the similar Paz, exists more often as a surname.

Peale, var. Peal, Peall, Pealle
Root fr. Old English element. .. Also possibly variant of Peel. Peale, Peal, etc. are uncommon as baby names.

Piers and variantsPearce1, Pears1, Pearson1
Forms of Piers. Source fr. Greek element. "Rock." Less common today. Pearson was the variation last appearing (1890-1899) in the Top 2000.

Pearce2, Pears2, Pearson2, Pearsson, Peirce, Peerce
Forms of Pierce. Derived fr. English, Greek words. "Rock." Pearce (top 1%), Pears (31%), Pearson (1%), Peerce (98%) and Peirce (6%) appear commonly as last names.

Peaseley, Peasly
Var. of Beasley. From Old English element. "Meadow of peas." Peaseley and Peasly were not Top birth names in 2015.

Pedahel, var. Pedael, Pedayel
Derived fr. Hebrew. "Redeemed by God." Outside Top 2000.

Pedro and variantsPedro, var. Pedrio, Pepe, Petrolino
Root fr. Spanish, Portuguese elements. .. Filmmaker Pedro Almodovar. Pedro is generally used as a boys' name among these forms.

Peel, var. Peele
Derived fr. Old English language. Possibly a place name .. Peel and Peele are scarcely used male names.

Peer, Per
Forms of Pierre. Stems fr. French word. .. Prime Minister Pierre Trudeau. Compare last names Pear (top 28%), Pero (8%).

Top 2000 baby names ranking of Pe- names: Pearson, Pedro, Pembroke, Penn

Pekelo
Derived fr. Hawaiian element. "Rock." Pekeco and Perkelo are creative forms.

Pelagios, var. Pelagius, Pelayo
From Greek language. "Of the sea." Not Top 2000 names.

Peleh
Source fr. Hebrew. "Miracle." Peleh is an infrequently used male name. See also Peale.

Pelham, var. Pellam
Derived fr. Old English. "Peola's home." Pelham and Pellam are not Top 2000 names.

Pelike
Var. of Felix. Root fr. Latin word. "Happy, lucky." Not in Top 2000.

Pell
Root fr. Middle English element. "Skin, parchment." Uncommon as a children's name, but Pell is similar to the more popular Paul. See also Peale.

Pembroke and variantsPembroke, var. Pembrook
Origin fr. Celtic element. "Bluff, headland." Pembroke and Pembrook are uncommon male names.

Pendleton
Derivative of Old English word. "Overhanging settlement." Not that common as a boys' name, Pendleton is found more often as a surname.

Penley, var. Penlea, Penleigh, Penly, Pennlea, Pennley, Pennleigh
Derivative of Old English word. "Enclosed meadow." Not Top 2000 names.

Penn and variantsPenn, var. Pen
Stems fr. Old English element. "Enclosure; hill." Penn and Pen became less popular last year, falling on average -70 rankings as children's names with Penn dropping the most.

Quick Reference

Summary Index of names [and variants] for Pe- names for boys.

1. Peabody - Penn
Peabody, Peak, Peale [Peal, Peall, Pealle], Piers [Pears, Pearce, Pearson], Pierce [Pears, Pearce, Peirce, Peerce, Pearson, Pearsson], Beasley [Peasly, Peaseley], Pedahel [Pedael, Pedayel], Pedro [Pepe, Pedrio, Petrolino], Peel [Peele], Pierre [Per, Peer], Pekelo, Pelagios [Pelayo, Pelagius], Peleh, Pelham [Pellam], Felix [Pelike], Pell, Pembroke [Pembrook], Pendleton, Penley [Penly, Penlea, Pennlea, Pennley, Penleigh, Pennleigh], Penn [Pen]


Jose [Pepe, Pepito], Joseph [Pepe, Peppi, Pepito], Pepper, Percival [Perce, Percy, Percey, Perceval, Percivall, Percevall], Percy [Pearcy, Percey, Percie], Perdido, Peregrine [Peregryn, Peregrin, Peregrino], Peretz [Perez], Perfecto, Pericles, Perkin [Perrin, Perkyn, Perkins], Perl, Pernell, Perry [Perrie], Perseus, Parsons [Person, Persons], Pesach [Pessach], Peter [Pete, Petr, Petre, Petrov, Petros, Peterson, ..], Petuel, Peverell [Peveril, Peverel, Peverall]


Peyton

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