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1 Paak Indian Innocent; Simple; Young; Ignorant; Pure; Clean M
2 Paal Indian King; Guardian; Moment M
3 Paalin Indian Guarding; Protecting M
4 Paalit Indian Precious; Protected M
5 Paanik Indian Hand M
6 Paarai Biblical Opening. M
7 Paaraj Indian Gold M
8 Paarak Indian Saving; Liberating; Pleasant M
9 Paaras Indian The mystical stone that is believed to convert base metals to gold; Healthy; Touchstone; Iron M

10 Paarth Indian Arjun; Son of the Earth King; Prince; Another name of Arjun, Derived from his Mother s name Pritha (Kunti) M
11 Paarthiban Indian Another name of king Arjun M
12 Paarthiv Indian Son of the Earth; Brave; Prince of Earth; Earthly M
13 Paaru Indian The Sun; Fire; Goddess Parvati; Graceful or flow of water M
14 Paasy Indian One of the Kauravas M
15 Paatav Indian Agile; Clever M
16 Paavak Indian Purifying; Fire; Brilliant; Pure M
17 Paavaki Indian One of a kind or rare; Quite new; Exquisite; Unprecedented; Like never before; Unique; Unmatched M
18 Paavan Indian Pure; Sacred; Fire; Incense; Pious M
19 Paaveli Finnish Finnish form of Paul. M
20 Paaveli Latin Small. M
21 Paavo Finnish Finnish form of Paul. M
22 Paavo Latin Small. M
23 Paavo Scandinavian Little. M
24 Paawan Indian Pure; Sacred; Fire; Incense; Pious M
25 Pabiyan Russian Russian form of Fabian 'bean farmer'. M
26 Pablo Latin Variant of Paul: Little; small. M
27 Pablo Spanish Variant of Paul: Small. Famous Bearer: artist Pablo Picasso (1881-1973). M
28 Pachai Indian Youthful; Resourceful M
29 Pachaimani Indian Youthful; Resourceful M
30 Pachaimuthu Indian Youthful; Resourceful M
31 Pachak Indian Digestive M
32 Pacho Spanish Free. M
33 Pachu'a NativeAmerican Feathered water snake (Hopi). M
34 Paco NativeAmerican Eagle. M
35 Paco Spanish Free. M
36 Pacorro Spanish Free. M
37 Padam Indian Lotus M
38 Padan-aram Biblical Cultivated field or table-land. M
39 Paddy Irish Diminutive of Patrick: noble. Paddy is also sometimes used as a slang term for Irishman or for a temper tantrum. M
40 Paddy Latin Regal; noble. Diminutive of Patrick. M
41 Paden Scottish Royal. M
42 Padgett French Attendant. M
43 Padhraig Latin Regal. M
44 Padm Indian Lotus M
45 Padma Indian Goddess Lakshmi Lotus; Lotus coloured; A thousand bilLion M
46 Padmabandhu Indian A friend of Lotus; The Sun M
47 Padmadhar Indian One who holds a lotus M
48 Padmahasta Indian Lotus handed; Lord Krishna M
49 Padmaj Indian Lord Brahma; Born from a Lotus flower M
50 Padmakant Indian Husband of Lotus; Sun M
51 Padmakar Indian Jewel; Lord Vishnu M
52 Padmaksh Indian Lotus eyed M
53 Padmalochan Indian Lotus eyed M
54 Padmam Indian Lotus M
55 Padman Indian Lotus M
56 Padmanaabhah Indian He from whose navel comes the lotus M
57 Padmanaban Indian Padmanabhan comes from the Hindu word which means, Lotus navelled, A name of Lord Vishnu M
58 Padmanabh Indian One with Lotus in his navel; Lord Vishnu M
59 Padmanabha Indian One with Lotus in his navel; Lord Vishnu M
60 Padmanabhan Indian One with Lotus in his navel; Lord Vishnu M
61 Padmapani Indian Lord Brahma; Lotus-handed M
62 Padmapati Indian Lord Vishnu, Consort of Padma (Padma - Lakshmi) M
63 Padmaraj Indian The Padma is Lord venkateshwaras wife Padma s Raja is, therefore, Lord venkateswara hence Padma Raj is another name of him. alternate names include Srinivas, Balaji, Venkatesh and Govinda M
64 Padmaroop Indian Lotus hued M
65 Padmayani Indian Lord Brahma; Buddha M
66 Padmesh Indian Lord Vishnu, Consort of Padma M
67 Padminish Indian Lord of Lotus; The Sun M
68 Padon Biblical His redemption; ox-yoke M
69 Padraic Irish Patrician; noble. Form of Patrick. M
70 Padraig Irish Noble. M
71 Padraig Latin Variant of Patrick: Regal; noble. M
72 Padriac Irish Noble. M
73 Padriac Latin Regal. M
74 Padric Irish Patrician; noble. Form of Patrick. M
75 Padrig Welsh Welsh form of Patrick 'noble'. M
76 Padruig Gaelic Gaelic form of Patrick. M
77 Padruig Scottish Royal. M
78 Paegastun English From the fighter's farm. M
79 Paella English Mantle. M
80 Pafko Czechoslovakian Czechoslovakian for son of Paul. M
81 Pagalavan Indian Sun; Diurnal; Radiant M
82 Paganus Latin Villager. M
83 Page Anglo-Saxon Page. M
84 Page French Attendant. M
85 Page Shakespearean 'The Merry Wives of Windsor' A Gentleman of Windsor. Also William Page, his son. M
86 Paget French Attendant. M
87 Pagiel Biblical Prevention; or prayer; of God M
88 Pahal Indian Facet; Beginning; An initiative M
89 Pahana NativeAmerican Lost white brother (Hopi). M
90 Pahath-Moab Biblical Ruler of Moab M
91 Pai Biblical Howling, sighing. M
92 Paien French Name of a nobleman. M
93 Paige Anglo-Saxon Page. M
94 Paige French Attendant. M
95 Paine English Pagan. M
96 Paine Latin Rustic. M
97 Pakalon Tamil Sol, sun – this is a precious word used only once in the entire Sangam literature -in Akananuru 201 M
98 Pakeran Indian The Moon and the starq M
99 Paki Egyptian Witness. M
100 Paksha Indian Symbolising the phases of Moon M