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Italian first names beginning with the letter P
Italian EtymologyEnglish
Paciano Name derived from the Latin "Pacianus"; man of peace.N/A
Pacifico Derived from the Latin "Pacificus"; lover of peace. N/A
Pafnuzio Name of ethnic origin, derived from the Latin "Paphnutius"; from Paphus, locality on Cyprus. N/A
Pagano From the Latin "paganus; rural, from the countryside. N/A
Palatino Derived from the Latin "palatinus"; from the Palatine hill. N/A
Palazia Name of ethnic origin derived from the Latin "Palatias"; inhabitant of PalÓzio, locality of Chersoneso Taurico, in Crimea. N/A
Palemone From the Greek, latinized as "PalŔmon"; fighter. N/A
Palladia Derived from Greek; daughter of Pallade. N/A
Palladio Derived from the Greek "PÓllade", pseudonym of the goddess Athena, latinized as "Palladius"; lancer, he who throws the lance.. N/A
Palmazio Derived from the Latin "Palmatius"; excellent. N/A
Palmira Feminine form of the Latin name "Palmatius"; excellent N/A
Pamela From the Greek "pan" and "meli"; all honey. N/A
Pammachio Derived from Greek, latinized as "Pammachius"; valorous in all battles. N/A
Panacea From the Greek "panakeia"; remedy for all ills, cureall. N/A
Pancario Derived from Greek, latinized as "Pancharius"; all gracious. N/A
Pancrazio From the Greek "pankration"; fighter. N/A
Panfilo From the Greek "pÓmphilos"; friend to all. N/A
Pantagato Derived from Greek, latinized as "Pantagathus"; extremely good. N/A
Pantalemone Derived from Greek; great seer, prophet. N/A
Pantaleone From the Latin "Pantaleon"; all lion. N/A
Panteno Derived from Greek, latinized as "Pantenus"; devoted to God. N/A
Paola Feminine variation of Paolo; small, petite. Paula
Paolillo Derived from Latin; small lily. N/A
Paolina Diminutive of Paola; tiny, petite. Pauline
Paolino Diminutive of Paolo; tiny, petite. N/A
Paolo From the Latin "Paulus"; small, tiny. Paul
Papas Ancient Latin name; teacher, pedagogue. N/A
Papia Name of ethnic origin, derived from the Latin "Paphios"; from Pafo, ancient city on the island of Cyprus. N/A
Papilo From Greek, latinized as "Papylus"; budding flower. N/A
Papiniano From Greek, latinized as "Papinianus"; ready to be driven to pasture. N/A
Papio From Greek, latinized as "papas"; pedagogue, professor. N/A
Paramone Derived from Greek, latinized as "Paramons"; obstinant. N/A
Parasceva Derived from Greek "paraskeyee", latinized as "Parasceve"; vigil, preparation. N/A
Pardo From the Latin "pardus"; leopard, panther. N/A
Pardulfo Derived from Celtic; he who fights with wolves. N/A
Paride Derived from Greek "Paris"; warrior, battler. N/A
Parisio From Celtic; belonging to Parisii, name of a tribe in ancient Gaul. Found in the feminine as Parisina. N/A
Parmena From the Latin "Parmanas"; permanent. N/A
Parmenio Derived from the Greek "Parmenýon"; persevering. N/A
Partenio Derived from Greek, latinized as "Parthenius"; virginal, pure. N/A
Pascasio From Hebrew, latinized as "Pascasius"; he who takes the flock to pasture. N/A
Pasicrate Derived from Greek, latinized as "Pasicrates"; robust, very strong. N/A
Pasquale Derived from the Hebrew "Pesah", latinized as "Paschalis"; passage, transition. N/A
Pastore From the Latin "Pastor"; he who cares for his flock. N/A
Patapio From the Latin "Patapius"; merciful, clement. N/A
Patermuzio Derived from the Latin "Patermuthius"; father of Muzio. N/A
Paterniano Name of ethic origin; from Paterno, locality in central Italy. N/A
Paterno From the Latin; of the father. N/A
Patrizia Feminine form of the Latin "Patrýcius"; of noble ancestry. N/A
Patrizio Derived from the Latin "Patrýcius"; of noble ancestry. Patrick
Patroba Name of Hebrew origin; paternal. N/A
Patroclo Derived from the Greek "Patroklos"; glory to the country. N/A
Pauside Derived from Greek, latinized as "Pausides"; quiet, peaceful. N/A
Pegasio Derived from Greek, latinized as "Pegasius"; fountain. N/A
Pelagia From the Greek "pelagos"; of the ocean, marine. N/A
Pelagio Derived from Greek, latinized as "Pelagius"; of the ocean, marine. N/A
Peleo From the Greek "pepe"; to throw as a lance. N/A
Pellegrina Feminine form of the Latin "Peregrinus"; visitor of foreign lands. This name evolved to mean 'visitor of holy places'. N/A
Pellegrino Derived from the Latin "Peregrinus", pseudonym given to those who travelled; pilgrim. This name evolved to mean 'visitor of holy places'. N/A
Penelope From the Greek "penol˛pe", derived from "p˛n˛"; weaver. N/A
Perfetto From the Latin "perfectus", derived from the verb "perficere"; complete, without defect. N/A
Pergentino From the Latin "Pergentinus"; virile. N/A
Pericle From the Greek "perikles"; surrounded by glory. N/A
Perpetua Derived from the Latin "Perpetuus"; eternal. Name given to the daughters of the first christian to show that their faith in Christ was eternal. N/A
Perpetuo Derived from the Latin "Perpetuus"; eternal, perpetual. N/A
Petronace From the Latin; belonging to Petronio. N/A
Petronilla Derived from the Latin "Petronille", feminine diminutive of Petronio, with the same meaning. N/A
Petronio Name given to a Roman people; originating from a rocky region. N/A
Pia Feminine form of the Latin "Pius", corresponding to the Greek "eysŔbios"; devoted to religion. N/A
Piato Variation of the Latin "Piaton"; pay his debts, atones. N/A
Piatone From Greek, latinized as "Piaton"; purged, atoned. N/A
Pienza Name of ethnic origin; from Pentia, locality in Tuscany. N/A
Pierio Name of Greek origin; devoted to the Pieridi, or muses. N/A
Pierluigi Combined form of Pietro and Luigi, whose meaning could then be; famous stone, jewel. N/A
Piero Diminutive of Pietro with the same meaning. N/A
Pietro From the Hebrew "Kephas", corresponding to the Latin "Petra"; square stone. Name found in the feminine as Piera and Pierina. Peter
Pio Derived from the Latin "pius"; religious, pious, honest. N/A
Pipino Name of Celtic origin; to move, put into action. N/A
Pirmino Derived from Gaelic; of high status. N/A
Placidia Feminine form of "Placidus", found also as Placida; tranquil, quiet. N/A
Placido Derived from the Latin "Placidus"; docile, placid. N/A
Platone Derived from the Greek "Platys"; wide, large. N/A
Platonide From Greek, latinized as "Platonides"; friend of Platone. N/A
Plinio Derived from the Latin "plenus"; stocky, fat. N/A
Plutarco Derived from the Greek "Ploutos" and "Arkos"; owner of riches. Plutarch
Pocomio From Greek, latinized as "Pachomius", name of ethnic origin; from Pacomia, ancient city of Mesopotamia. N/A
Policardo Derived from the Greek "Polykarpos"; bears many fruits, fertile. N/A
Polidoro Derived from the Latin "Polydorns"; multitalented. N/A
Pompeia Derived from the Latin "Pompeys"; guide, conductor. N/A
Pompeo From the Latin "PompŔius", derived from the Sabine numeral "pompe"; five, the fifth born. N/A
Pompilio Derived from the Latin "Pompilius", name of a Roman people; envoy, messenger. N/A
Pomponio Derived from the Latin "Pomponius", epiteth given to a Roman people; pompous, magnificent. N/A
Pomposa From the Latin; magnificent. N/A
Pontico From Greek, latinized as "Ponticus", name of ethnic origin; from Ponto. N/A
Ponziano From Greek, latinized as "Pontianus"; of the Ponzia family. N/A
Ponzio From the Latin "Pontius", derived from the Oscan numeral "pomtis"; five, the fifth born. N/A
Porfirio From Greek, latinized as "Porphyrius"; rubicund, rosy red, sanguine. N/A
Potamiena From Greek, latinized as "Potamiena"; from the river. N/A
Potamione Derived from Greek, latinized as "Potamius"; boatman. N/A
Potamone Derived from Greek, latinized as "P˛tamonis"; stream, small river. N/A
Prepedigna From the Latin "Praepedigna"; dignified, composed. N/A
Presidio From the Latin "Presidius", derived from "praesidium; help, aid, assistance. N/A
Prezioso From the Latin "Pretiosus"; of great esteem, precious. N/A
Priamo From the Greek "Priamos"; freed, saved. N/A
Primiano From the Latin "Primianus", derived from "Priminus; first born. N/A
Primitiva Feminine form of "Primitivus"; comes first. N/A
Primitivo Derived from the Latin "Primitivus"; comes first. N/A
Primo Derived from the Latin "Primus"; first, name which in ancient times was often given to the first born. N/A
Principio Derived from the Latin "Principius"; leader, principal. N/A
Priore Derived from the Latin "Prior"; the best, number one. N/A
Priscilla Feminine form of the Latin "Priscus"; very ancient. N/A
Priscilliano Derived from the Latin "Priscillianus"; of the Priscilla family, found also in the feminine Priscilliana. N/A
Prisco Derived from the Latin "Priscus", epiteth of a very old Roman family; very ancient. N/A
Privato Derived from the Latin "Privatus"; private, reserved. N/A
Processo Derived from the Latin "Processus"; progress. N/A
Proclo Derived from the Latin "Proclus"; born far away from the father. N/A
Procopio From the Latin "Proc˛pius", derived from the Greek "Prokopto; promoter, enabler. N/A
Procoro Derived from Greek, latinized as "Prochorus"; expedited, ready. N/A
Proietto Derived from the Latin "Projectus"; thrown, projected as a lance. N/A
Proserpina Derived from the Greek "Persephon˛"; shining bright light. N/A
Prospera Feminine form of the Latin "Prosperus"; vigorous, active. N/A
Prospero Derived from the Latin "Prosperus"; happy, content, lucky, propicious, favorable. N/A
Protasio Derived from the Latin "ProtÓsius"; preferred. N/A
Proteo Derived from Greek "Proteys", latinized as "Prochorus"; born in an ocean wind. N/A
Proto Derived from Greek "Protos"; first, principal, head. N/A
Protogene Derived from Greek "Protos and Ghenos"; first born. N/A
Protolico From Greek, latinized as "Protolicus"; very brave. N/A
Prudenzia Derived from the Latin "Prudentia"; she who is prudent, cautious. N/A
Prudenzio From the Latin "Prudentius", derived from "Prudens"; prudent, cautious, attentive. N/A
Pudente From the Latin "Pudens"; modest, virtuous, ethical. N/A
Pudenzia Derived from the Latin "Pudentia"; modest, ethical. N/A
Pulcheria From the Latin "Pulchra"; beautiful. N/A
Pupolo Derived from the Latin "Pupulus"; little boy, tot. N/A
Pusicio Ethnic name of Langobard origin; citizen of the town of Pusiano.N/A

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