Paul - Powhatan
Page 1/1 of 19 Po- grouped names.
Pollux 4 Root fr. Greek language. "Crown." Uncommon, but Pollux is comparable to common -ux surnames Poiroux (upper 84%), Houx (37%). ..
Pomeroy [Pommeray, Pommeroy] 6 Derivative of Old French element. "Apple orchard." Pomeroy, Pommeray and Pommeroy are barely found as male names, and Pomeroy is found frequently (upper 3%) as a last name.
Ponce 7 Source fr. Spanish language. "Fifth." Rare. Ponce, like Vance, Terrance, ends with the popular masculine-sounding -nce. ..
Pope 9 Based on Greek word. "Father." Not in popularity charts. See also Pip.
Porat 10 Root fr. Hebrew element. "Fruitful, productive." Porat, like the similar-sounding Pratt, occurs more often as a last name.
Poriel 11 From Hebrew element. "Fruit of God." Poriel was not among 2014's Top names. See also Doriel.
Porter 13 Origin fr. English element. "Gatekeeper." Porter became more trendy in 2014, gaining +16 positions as a children's name to reach #368.
Porthos 14 .. one of the characters, along with .. Outside Top 1000.
Portland 15 Derivative of Old English element. "Land near the port." Common as surname. Compare Portland (top 95%) and popular last names Rodland (top 59%), Hougland (18%), with the -land suffix. See also Cortland.
Poseidon 16 Source fr. Greek language. .. the sea god, equivalent to the .. Sparing use. Poseidon is not found in the US Demographics.
Potter 17 Derived fr. English. "Maker of pots." A baby name that is not broadly used, Potter occurs more conventionally as a surname.
Powhatan 19 Source fr. Native American Indian word. "Powwow hill." Outside Top 1000.
Summary of names (grouped by variations) for Po- names for boys.Paul - Powhatan
Paul [Poul, ..], Pollard [Pollyrd, ..], Pollock [Polloch], Pollux, Pompeo [Pomponio, ..], Pomeroy [Pommeroy], Ponce, Pons [Ponthus, ..], Pope, Porat, Poriel, Porfirio [Porphirios], Porter, Porthos, Portland, Poseidon, Potter, Powell [Powel], Powhatan