What are common names that start with P?

What are common names that start with P?


  • Parker.
  • Paisley.
  • Peyton.
  • Piper.
  • Phoenix.
  • Patrick.
  • Peter.
  • What is the P word name?

    P word is a euphemism that may refer to the following: Paki, a derogatory term for a person from South Asia (particularly Pakistan), mainly used in the United Kingdom. Prostitute, considered an offensive term by most sex workers’ rights activists.

    What names are common in Germany?

    This year’s most popular names

    Rank Name (Girl) Name (Boy)
    1. Marie Paul
    2. Sophie / Sofie Alexander
    3. Maria Maximilian
    4. Sophia / Sofia Elias

    What name starts with P for boy?

    Boy Names Starting with “P”

    Name Religion Meaning
    Padmayani Hindu Lord brahama; buddha
    Padmesh Hindu Lord vishnu
    Padminish Hindu Lord of lotuses; sun
    Pahal Hindu Facet, beginning initiative

    What are some good German names?

    Schnitzel – A famous German dish.

  • Knödel – German for dumpling.
  • Norberta – Meaning blonde heroine.
  • Rhine – After the Rhine River running through Germany.
  • Schnuki – A cute German pet-name.
  • Wurst – This means sausage in German.
  • What are some good German girl names?

    Alia is German and means ‘all’ or ‘another.’

  • Charlotte (French origin),is the feminine version of the name Karl,meaning ‘free’ and ‘proficient.’
  • Clara (Latin Origin) is a name that means ‘famous,’ ‘bright’ and ‘clear.’
  • Eléa ( Swiss Origin) is a name which means ‘foreign’ and ‘strange’ in German,’compassion’ in Greek and ‘God is my light’ in Arabic.
  • What are the most common German first names?


  • Paul
  • Jonas
  • Elias
  • Leon
  • Finn/Fynn
  • Noah
  • Luis/Louis
  • Luke/Lucas
  • Felix
  • What are some old German names?

    Old-German: Adelchi: Adelbert: famous for nobility: Male: Old-German: Adalberto, Adalbert, Bertl, Bert, Adi, Adelberto: Adelfried: who protects the descendants: Male: Old-German: Adalfrid, Adelfrid, Adalfredo, Adalfreddo: Adelina: noble: Female: Old-German: Adelino: noble: Male: Old-German: Adelmo: noble protector: Male: Old-German: Adalhelm, Adelhelm: Ademaro: glorious in battle: Male: Old-German