Are you pregnant? Congratulations! Do you need help choosing your baby’s name? In this series of articles on girl names with each letter of the alphabet, you will find many ideas. You can be guided by the meaning of the name, by its origin or by its pronunciation. If choosing the name of the new member of the family is proving to be a complicated task for you, at baby names, we offer you girl name with P , such as Penélope, Paula or Paola, along with their meaning and origin.

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Patience finds its meaning in the Latin patientia, “patience, prolonged suffering, tolerance”. As a feminine given name, it is a mystical name that symbolizes permanent pain, the sacrifice of suffering.


Palladium is “that relating to Pallas”, or to Minerva, the goddess of wisdom and intelligence. Meanings parallel to mythology are assumed: she is the wise person, the one who renews the intellect, the one who is guided by reason.


The Latin meaning of palm is the one we retain today; “the lower part of the hand”, “the part of the trunk where the branches come out” and, specifically, “the trunk of the palm tree”.



Palmyra is a derivative of palm, with various meanings; “the lower part of the hand”, “the part of the trunk where the branches come out” and, specifically, “the trunk of the palm tree”. Wikipedia having most famous baby name list.


Paloma comes from the Latin palumba, “wild pigeon”. Its Indo-European root is pel-, “pale, whitish”; characteristic that distinguishes the wild pigeon (white) from the domestic one (grisacea, called columba).


Pamela is a name invented by the English poet Felipe Sidney in “Arcadia” (1590). It is probably the union of the two Greek words pan, “all”, and meli, “honey”. She is “the all-honey”, that is, “the entirely sweet”, “the one that is totally delicious”.


Pandora is “the one with all the gifts”. This name owes its fame to Greek mythology; Pandora was the woman who recklessly opened the box where all the gifts of the gods are kept, leaving only hope.


Name of Greek origin that means “companion, supportive”. It is insistent. It is expressed in the independence of action and in the originality of concepts. He loves distinguished manners, quality clothes, everything that has value.


Pantea is the union of the Greek words pan, “everything”, and Zeós, “God”. The interpretation of it is “the one that has everything of the gods”, that is, the one that gathers the qualities and virtues of the gods; beauty, youth, immortality, power and supremacy.


The meaning of the name Paola is “small woman” or “the one who is small”.


Parisia is one of the variants of Paris. Paris has its Greek correspondence in Paris, but it is a name of pre-Hellenic origin, so its meaning is unknown to us. Mythologically, Paris is the one who provokes the Trojan War by kidnapping the beautiful Helen, thanks to his persuasive skills.


Pármeno is a variant of Parmenio, the poetic form of paraméno, “persevering, persistent” (the literal translation is “to stand by”). He is the man characterized by his constancy, by his uninterrupted permanence.


Pascuala is “Easter”, from the Greek and Aramaic pasja and from the Hebrew Pesach, which is popularly interpreted as “passage”. Easter is the Christian time in which the resurrection of Christ is celebrated after his hard passion and his death, it is the passage from death to eternal life.


Pastora has the same meaning as our current “shepherd”, it is a derivative of the past participle pastum, “graze, graze”. The shepherd is the one who offers shelter and protection, the one who guards and protects. Pastor was one of the metaphorical nicknames of Jesus Christ.


Paterna means “the one belonging to the father”. This Latin pater is not focused on remembering physical paternity, but rather the social and moral of the father as head of the family, as the one who runs the power in the home.


Paternia is in Greek the nickname of the goddess Pallas Athena. Pallas is the Greek goddess of wisdom and intelligence; there is a translation of the goddess’s own symbols that complement the meaning of her name.


The meaning of the name Patricia is “noble woman” or “one who is noble or aristocrat”.


“The protector”. Of Latin origin. He is a great artist, he loves to write and create, since for him it is a means of communication with others. He is intelligent and practical, and knows how to make the most of his natural abilities.


The name Paula means “small”, although another meaning can also be “humble”.


Paulina is a variant of Paulus or Pablo, which means “the little one”. At first it was a nickname rather than a first name. Paul owes the popular spread of him to the apostle Saint Paul, who changed his real name Saulus to Paulus as a sign of humility before Jesus Christ.


Paz’s name has several associated meanings. On the one hand it translates as “tranquility and calm”. Likewise, she means “the woman of great harmony and tranquility”. Some scholars of anthroponymy…


Pelaya is the popular Spanish form of Pelagio. From the Latin Pelagius, it means “the sailor”, “the man of the sea”. It shares semantic parallelism with the Anglo-Saxon Morgan/a.


Penelope is the Greek term for a kind of reddish-striped duck. It is known that the name comes from a pre-Greek voice, but its etymology is unknown to us.


Peony is a feminine name that means flower and comes from the Greek.


Peregrina means “the foreigner, the stranger, the pilgrim”, derived from the verb peregre, “to come from outside”. The pilgrim is the nomadic man, the one who wanders along the roads. In a symbolic interpretation it is “the one who seeks”, “the one who pursues an ideal”.


Pefecto is “the finish, the perfect, the complete”. Its use as a given name is due to the fact that it is a mystical name. It carries important religious meanings related to “being free from all sin”, “being perfect, clean, without blemish” in the strictest moral sense.


Peristera means “dove”. As a feminine given name, it is a metaphor for the sweetness and softness of women, for purity and freedom. The dove is already a symbol of peace in the Old Testament and a symbol of the Holy Spirit in the New.


Pearl is a derivative of the popular Latin perna, which refers to the haunch bone with the thigh. The leg bone gives pearls their name because they have a pearly and shiny appearance. In the Neapolitan and Sicilian dialects the term perna has been preserved as pearl.


Perpetua means, from its Latin origin, “he who advances steadily”, “the perpetual one”. Perpetuus was the title of Augustus (perpetuus Augustus; “always Augustus”), which was later accepted by the rest of the Roman emperors.


Petra is the feminine form of Petrius or Pedro, “stone, rock”. Its meaning is corroborated by Saint Peter, the first stone of the Catholic Church, the first pope erected in Rome. Pedro is, along with Juan, the most popular name among Christians; one of the most widely used.


Petronia derives from the Latin petronius, “stone”. Petronius’s importance and fame is due to the Petronia family, a plebeian Roman gens.


Petronila is the diminutive of Petronius, that is, “little stone”. The importance and fame of Petronia is due to the fact that it was the name of a plebeian Roman gens.


Pia comes from the Latin form pius, “piety”. Etymologically “piety” takes another meaning different from the strictly mystical one; “the sense of duty” or “devotion to the gods”.


Piedad is a mystical name, it corresponds to one of the invocations of the Virgin Mary; Our Lady of Mercy. In this sense it is the woman who is permissive with the needy and sinners.


The name Pilar means in Spanish “the woman who supports her own” or “the one who protects her own”. It is linked to women who have a dominant personality, but who are of a generous and charitable nature. Pilar…


Pimpinella is the name of the flower; As a feminine given name, it refers to the beauty of the woman related to the naturalness and beauty of nature. It has an etymology that refers us to terms of botanical science.


Pita is the diminutive of Guadalupe, a name with a much discussed etymology. It seems that its most accurate origin is Arabic, meaning “river of love”, with the symbology that this implies. The translations of “river of wolves” and “river of black gravel” are denied.


Placida is “the morbid, the soft, the placid, the meek”. Formerly the meaning of placid was focused on “the pleasant, the pleasant”. The concept of peace is predominant in meaning.


Plautina is short for Plautus. Plautus derives from the Latin plautus, “he who has flat or wide feet”. The Umbrians call people who have flat feet Plautus, precisely this is the nickname of Plautus, the Roman comic poet originally from Umbria.


Polibia is the union of the Greek words poli, “much”, and bios, “life”. The most suitable interpretation is “the one that has a lot of life”, “the vivacious, the cheerful, the excited”, “the vigorous” or “the long-lived”.


Polyxena is the union of the Greek terms poli, “much”, and xénos, “foreigner, guest”. Two possible interpretations arise from this etymology: “excessively foreign” or “very hospitable”.


Pompeii is a Roman gens, that is, a family of definite lineage. Its meaning is obtained through the Sabine numeral; pompe is “five”. Its most correct interpretation is “the fifth son”.


Pomposa comes from the Latin pompa, “solemnity, etiquette, procession”. In the historical evolution pompous has come to mean “magnificent, ostentatious” even “excessive”. Its use as a given name has almost completely disappeared.


Porphyry is “purple” and appears to be a loanword from a Semitic language. It has been translated as “the purple dress” or “purple”, alluding to the color of the face of newborns, due to the pressure of childbirth.


Potenciana is the patronymic of one of the names derived from potens, “power”. It translates as “the fit, the suitable, the adequate, the powerful”. He is the man who adapts to any circumstance or complicated situation.


Práxedes comes from the Greek term praxis, “action, practice, company, success”. Práxedes is interpreted as the active, enterprising, practical and functional woman. Santa Práxedes was a Roman virgin, sister of Santa Prudenciana, martyred in the 2nd century.


It means “dearly loved”. Emotional and active in nature, it expresses itself through perseverance, associations, planning and settlement and loves innovations and accomplishments. He likes to be assisted and supported.


Presentation is a mystical name, it is one of the devotions to the Virgin Mary; in memory of the Presentation of the Virgin Mary in the Temple. It derives from the Latin etymology praesentatio, “to put in front”, “to place in front of”.


Like the Primitive given name, primo means “the first.” It used to be the given name of firstborn children. In ancient times it was common to number new family members in order of birth.


Primitive has an original meaning different from the current one; it is “in the first place”, “for the first time”. It used to be the given name of firstborn children. In ancient times it was common to number new family members in order of birth.


Prisca, derived from the Latin priscus, means “old, ancient”. It refers to material or immaterial goods that no longer exist today, what was in the past, what was from another time.


Priscila is the diminutive of Prisca. Prisca, derived from the Latin priscus, means “old, ancient”. It refers to material or immaterial goods that no longer exist today, what was in the past, what was from another time.


Privata is “what is related to a single person” in an initial concept of the term. With the development of private law and legal norms, it began to designate not the individual but “the non-public”.


Proba means “the straight one”, “the correct one”, the one that does not exceed the norm. She is the person of good habits, of proper education. It is applied as a concept in a strictly moral sense.


Prodigious is a mystical name in honor of one of the festivities of the Virgin Mary; the prodigies of Maria, the ninth of July. From its etymological origin it is translated as “the prophetic sign”, “the prodigy”.


Prospera comes from the Latin prosper, which means “happy, lucky, prosperous, lucky”. He is the adventurous person, the one who easily finds what he wants. There is another etymology that relates the name to the Sanskrit sphiráh, “rich, abundant”.


Protogenos means “born the first”, “the cousin”. It used to be the given name of firstborn children. In ancient times it was common to number new family members in order of birth.


Prudence comes from the Latin form prudentia, “knowledge, practice, wisdom, audacity”, derived from prudens-, “prudent, foresighted”. Prudencio is the one who anticipates events in a bold way, with foresight knowledge.


Publia, opposite Privatoa, is “the man or boy dedicated to the people”. He is the public man, endowed with magnificent social qualities, with an outgoing character and great power of persuasion through words.


Pura is the feminine of purus, “pure, clean, white, luminous, chaste, spotless, innocent.” It is one of the feminine given names of a mystical character; she represents the woman pure in faith and innocent in sin.


Purity is another of the names in honor of the Immaculate Conception of the Virgin Mary. It celebrates the attribute of purity and maximum chastity of the virgin on July 9. Purity represents the “pure, clean, white, luminous, chaste, without stains, innocent”.


Purification is a name dedicated to the Virgin Mary, it refers to the Catholic feast of the Purification of the Virgin when she presented Jesus Christ in the Temple, exactly forty days after his birth.