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Paris
Language of origin: Old Greek
Gender: male
Info about origin: in Greek mythology Paris is the prince form Troy who kidnapped Helen
Variants: Paris  English   (#728 in US popularity)
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Parker
Language of origin: Old French
Gender: male
Meaning/translation: park warden
Info about origin: from a family name derived from an Old French job title for somebody tending a park
Words: parc=the park (Old French)
Variants: Parker  English   (#216 in US popularity)

Patrick
Language of origin: Latin
Gender: male
Meaning/translation: nobleman
Info about origin: given name with Latin origins
 known from Saint Patrick, the patron saint or Ireland (5th century AD)
Words: patricius=of noble origin (Latin)
Female form: Patrizia
Variants: Patrick  German, English, French, Irish   (#44 in US popularity)
 Patrik  German, Scandinavian, Czech, Hungarian
 Patrizius  German
 Paddy  English
 Pat  English
 Patrice  French, English
 Patrizio  Italian
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Paul
Language of origin: Latin
Gender: male
Meaning/translation: the small, the humble
Info about origin: originally a Roman cognomen
 known from Saint Paul, an important apostle
 until now there were 6 popes with this name
Words: paulus=small, humble (Latin)
Female form: Paula
Variants: Paul  German, French, English   (#64 in US popularity)
 Pablo  Spanish   (#322 in US popularity)
 Paolo  Italian
 Poul  Scandinavian
 Pål  Scandinavian
 Pavel  Russian
 Pawel  Russian
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Payton
Language of origin: Old English
Gender: male
Meaning/translation: peacock town
Info about origin: from a family name deriving from a place name meaning 'peacock town'
 the name of the bird probably has its roots in India where the bird originates
Words: pawa=the peacock (Old English) ; tun=the town, the settlement, the homestead (Old English)
Variants: Payton  English   (#482 in US popularity)
 Peyton  English   (#436 in US popularity)

Peregrine
Language of origin: Latin
Gender: male
Meaning/translation: traveller, pilgrim
Info about origin: from a Late Latin name 'Peregrinus', known from several saints of this name
 very popular among the early Christians
 today mostly present as variant/pet form 'Perry'
Words: peregrinus=the traveller, the pilgrim (Latin)
Variants: Peregrine  English
 Perry  English   (#497 in US popularity)
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Peter
Language of origin: Old Greek
Gender: male
Meaning/translation: the rock, the stone
Info about origin: known from Saint Peter, the apostle
 before he was given the name 'Peter' (or, more exactly, Aramaic 'Cephas') by Jesus he was known as Simon
Words: petros=the stone, the rock (Old Greek) ; cephas=the stone (Aramaic)
Variants: Peter  German, English, Scandinavian   (#86 in US popularity)
 Per  German, Low German, Dutch
 Pedro  Spanish   (#180 in US popularity)
 Pete  English
 Petter  Scandinavian
 Pierce  English   (#674 in US popularity)
 Piero  Italian
 Pierre  French   (#732 in US popularity)
 Pietro  Italian
 Pjotr  Russian
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Philip
Language of origin: Old Greek
Gender: male
Meaning/translation: friend of horses
Info about origin: known from Saint Philip, the apostle
 the name element 'hippos' for 'horse' can be traced back to a very ancient Indoeuropean root 'ekwo'
Words: philos=the friend (Old Greek) ; hippos=the horse (Old Greek) ; ekwo=the horse (Indoeuropean)
Variants: Philip  English   (#161 in US popularity)
 Philipp  German
 Felipe  Spanish   (#400 in US popularity)
 Filippo  Italian
 Philippe  French
 Phillip  English   (#128 in US popularity)
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Preston
Language of origin: Old English
Gender: male
Meaning/translation: priest town
Info about origin: from a family name derived from a place name with the meaning 'priest town'
Words: preost=the priest (Old English) ; tun=the town, the settlement, the homestead (Old English)
Variants: Preston  English   (#197 in US popularity)

Prince
Language of origin: English
Gender: male
Meaning/translation: prince
Info about origin: use of the common English word as given name in the US
 first used only as a nickname
 the word itself has Latin roots
Words:  (English) ; princeps=the first, the prince (Latin)
Female form: Princess
Variants: Prince  English   (#1000 in US popularity)