Paul - Pompeo
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[Pol, Poll, Poul, .. 23 more] Var. of Paul 1 Derived fr. Latin element. "Small." The variant forms Pol, Poll and Poul are rare as men's names. Pol (Top 35%) and Poll (21%) appear regularly as surnames according to the US Census. ..
Pollard [Poll, Pollerd, Pollyrd] 2 Root fr. English element. "Small." The variant forms Poll, Pollard, Pollerd and Pollyrd are scarcely used as masculine names. Poll (Top 21%) and Pollard (1%) occur often as surnames according to the US Census. ..
Pollock [Pollack, Polloch] 3 Derivative of Old English word. Variant of Pollux .. The variations Pollack, Polloch and Pollock are uncommonly used men's names. Pollack (Top 4%) and Pollock (2%) occur often as surnames in the US Census.
Pollux 4 Stems fr. Greek word. "Crown." Pollux is uncommon as a men's name. ..
Pompeo [Pompey, Pompeyo, Pompi, Pompilio, Pomponio] 5 Derived fr. Italian, Latin languages. "Five." These names are hardly found as men's names. Pompey (Top 11%), Pompi (90%), Pompilio (56%) and Pomponio (69%) appear often as surnames in the US Census. ..
Summary of all names (grouped by variations) for Po- names for boys.
[Paul - Pompeo]
Paul [Pol, Poll, Poul], Pollard [Poll, Pollerd, Pollyrd], Pollock [Pollack, Polloch], Pollux, Pompeo [Pompi, Pompey, Pompeyo, Pomponio, Pompilio]
[Pomeroy - Portland]
Pomeroy [Pommeray, Pommeroy], Ponce, Pons [Pontius, Ponthos, Ponthus], Pope, Porat, Poriel, Porfirio [Porphirios], Porter, Porthos, Portland
[Poseidon - Powhatan]
Poseidon, Potter, Powell [Powel], Powhatan