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1 Paajas Indian Goddess Laxmi; Firmness; Vigor; Strength; Glitter; Sheen; Brightness; Heaven and Earth F
2 Paanchali Indian Consort of Pandavas, One from the kingdom of panchala, Draupadis name F
3 Paarthivi Indian Daughter of the earth, Another name for Sita and Lakshmi F
4 Paarul Indian Beautiful; Practical; Kind; Name of a flower F
5 Paarvati Indian Goddess Durga, A patronymic of Daksha; Living in the mountain, Of the mountains F
6 Paatala Indian Goddess Durga; Red F
7 Paatalavati Indian Wearing red-color attire F
8 Paavana Indian Holy; Sacred; Freshness; Purity F
9 Paavani Indian Purifier; Whose touch make you pure; Sacred F

10 Paavni Indian Purifier; Whose touch make you pure; Sacred F
11 Paawani Indian Honey; Lord Hanuman; True; Holy F
12 Paawni Indian Purifier; Whose touch make you pure; Sacred F
13 Paayal Indian Anklet F
14 Pabla Spanish Little. F
15 Paciencia Spanish Patient. F
16 Pacquita Latin Free. F
17 Padamavati Indian Goddess Lakshmi, Residing on a Lotus, An epithet of Lakshmi, An epithet of Goddess Manasa; Name of the consort of Yudhishthira; Name of consort of Jaydev; Name of a river full of Lotuses; Name of a city F
18 Padan-aram Biblical Cultivated field or table-land. F
19 Paddy Latin Diminutive of Patricia: Noble. St. Patricia was a 7th century patron saint of Naples. F
20 Padma Hindi Lotus flower. F
21 Padma Indian Lotus. F
22 Padma Tamil Goddess Lakshmi F
23 Padma Indian Goddess Lakshmi Lotus; Lotus coloured; A thousand bilLion F
24 Padma Priya Indian Lover of Lotus; Goddess Lakshmi F
25 Padmagriha Indian Who resides in a lotus F
26 Padmaja Indian Born from lotus, Goddess Lakshmi F
27 Padmajai Indian Born from lotus, Goddess Lakshmi F
28 Padmakali Indian Lotus Bud F
29 Padmakalyani Indian Name of a Raga F
30 Padmakshi Indian One with lotus like eyes F
31 Padmakshya Indian One with lotus like eyes F
32 Padmal Indian Lotus F
33 Padmalaya Indian Lake of lotuses F
34 Padmalochana Indian Lotus-eyed F
35 Padmamaladhara Indian Wearer of lotus garland F
36 Padmamalini Indian Goddess Lakshmi; Wearing a garland of Lotuses; An epithet of Lakshmi F
37 Padmamukhi Indian Lotus faces F
38 Padmanabha Priya Indian Beloved of Padmanabha F
39 Padmanabhapriya Indian Beloved of Padmanabha F
40 Padmanethra Indian Similar F
41 Padmapriya Indian Lover of Lotus; Goddess Lakshmi F
42 Padmarekha Indian Lotus like lines on the palm F
43 Padmaroopa Indian Like a lotus F
44 Padmashree Indian Divine lotus F
45 Padmashri Indian Divine lotus F
46 Padmasree Indian Divine lotus F
47 Padmasundari Indian Beautiful like the lotus F
48 Padmavasa Indian One who resided in lotus F
49 Padmavathi Indian Goddess Lakshmi, Residing on lotus, An epithet of Lakshmi, An epithet of Goddess Manasa, Name of consort of Yudhishthira, Name of consort of Jaydev, Name of a river full of lotuses, Name of a city F
50 Padmavati Indian Goddess Lakshmi, Residing on a Lotus, An epithet of Lakshmi, A designation of Goddess Manasa; Name of the consort of Yudhishthira; Name of a consort of Jaydev; Name of a river full of Lotuses; Name of a city F
51 Padmini Indian Lotus; A collection of Lotuses F
52 Padmodbhava Indian One who emerged out of the lotus F
53 Padnuni Indian Lotus F
54 Padraigin Irish Noble. F
55 Page French Attendant. F
56 Page Greek Child. F
57 Page Shakespearean 'King Henry the Eighth' Anne Bullen, Katharine's Maid of Honour, afterwards Queen. 'The Merry Wives of Windsor' Mistress Anne Page, daughter to Mistress Ford. F
58 Pahal Indian Facet; Beginning; An initiative F
59 Paheal Indian First F
60 Pahel Indian To start F
61 Pahi Indian Petal of a flower F
62 Pai Biblical Howling, sighing. F
63 Paige French Attendant. F
64 Paili Hebrew Bitter. F
65 Paithu Tamil green, land, county F
66 Pakhee Indian Bird F
67 Pakhi Indian Bird F
68 Pakshalika Indian On the right path F
69 Pakshi Indian Bird F
70 Pakshini Indian Day of the full Moon; Bird F
71 Pakshita Indian Pakshita F
72 Pakwa NativeAmerican Frog (Hopi). F
73 Pal Indian King; Guardian; Moment F
74 Palakshi Indian White F
75 Palaksi Indian White F
76 Palashini Indian Green; Covered in greenery; A river F
77 Palba Spanish Blond. F
78 Pales Latin Goddess of shepherds and flocks. F
79 Palestina Biblical Which is covered, watered, or brings and causes ruin. F
80 Palguna Indian Its a God name F
81 Palika Indian The protectoress F
82 Paliki Hungarian Little. F
83 Palka Indian A remote place F
84 Pall Hebrew Bitter. F
85 Pallabi Indian New leaves; A shoot; Young F
86 Pallantia Latin Daughter of Hercules. F
87 Pallas Latin Daughter of Triton. F
88 Pallavee Indian Bird; Hot F
89 Pallavi Indian New leaves; A shoot; Young F
90 Pallavini Indian With new leaves F
91 Pallu Biblical Marvelous, hidden. F
92 Pallvi Indian New leaves; A shoot; Young F
93 Palma Latin Palm tree. F
94 Palmira Latin Palm tree. F
95 Palmira Spanish From the city of palms. F
96 Palmyra Latin Palm tree. F
97 Paloma Spanish Dove. F
98 Palomi Indian Dove F
99 Palvi Indian Bird; Hot F
100 Pam English Diminutive of Pamela: Name invented in the 16th century for a heroine of the book Arcadia', by Sir Philip Sidney. F