Girl names that start with P

From Padma to Prudence, we’ve got plenty of perfectly precious baby girl names that start with the letter P.

PenelopeGreek:Bobbin worker, weaver; faithful wife of Odysseus during the Trojan War
PamelaEnglish:Invented by the sixteenth-century poet Sir Philip Sidney, Pamela is possibly derived from the Greek words pan meaning all…
PatriciaLatin:Noble, patrician; feminine form of Patrick
PandoraGreek:All gifted; According to mythology Pandora was the first woman endowed with gifts from the gods. Pandora´s box contained…
PaigeEnglish:Page, attendant
PeytonEnglish:Warrior”s village; a name used for both genders. Peyton Place was the name of a popular TV show from the 1960s.
PhoebeFrom the Shakespearean play As You Like It
PriscillaLatin:Archaic, ancient, she was banished; feminine variant of the Roman name Priscus
PiperEnglish:A surname which was originally given to a person who played on a pipe (flute).
PortiaFrom the Shakespearean play Merchant of Venice
PatricePatrice is a French variation of the Latin name Patricia or Patricius. A contemporary-sounding unisex name, Patrice skews…
PamPam is just another nickname as a first name. Derived from the invented name, Pamela, Pam can be toted as a given name if…
PrudenceEnglish:Derived from the Latin word prudens meaning good judgement; virtue name
PaisleyScottish:A particularly patterened, usually colorful fabric first produced in Paisely, Scotland
PhyllisGreek:Green bough
PippaWhat with all the press attention to Pippa Middleton, this name is dressed for success, and we’re just waiting for some celeb…
PetaNative American:Golden eagle (Blackfoot)
PaulinaFrom the Shakespearean play Winter’s Tale
PersiaPlace name of a country now known as Iran
PascaleFrench:Born at Easter
PhilisGreek:Green bough
PriscaLatin:Archaic, ancient, she was banished; feminine variant of the Roman name Priscus, diminutive for Priscilla
PierretteFrench:Feminine form of Pierre
PamellaEnglish Origin
PolomaNative American:Bow (Choctaw)
PersephonieGreek:Wife of Hades
PascalaFrench:Born at Easter
PhoeniceLatin:Mother of Torone
PakwaNative American:Frog (Hopi)
PallasGreek:Another name for Athena, goddess of wisdom
PaminaItalian:Meaning unknown; a character from Mozart´s opera Die Zauberflöte
PansyEnglish:Flower name from the French word pensée meaning thought
PantehaPersian:Name of a princess
PanyaRussian:Feminine form of Stephan crowned with laurels
PaphosLatin:Mother of Cinyras
PaquitaSpanish Origin
ParcaLatin:Named for the furies; myth name for the jewel
ParisEnglish:Original meaning uncertain, though the modern meaning refers to the French capital
ParisaPersian:Like a fairy
ParkerEnglish:Park keeper
PasclinaFrench:Born at Easter
PatienceOh sweet Patience, you’ll have to exercise a bit more of yourself before you ever see your name at the top. Another one of…