Popular German Names
For Girls. Paula. Peachy. Pelagia. Penin. Princess
is a nice girl's name of of Latin origin, and its meaning is "small".
It is a feminine form of Paul and saint's name as well. Paula was
not very popular in Europe until the 20th century. Later it became
widely used in Germany.
Paula has 19 variant forms: Paola, Paolina, Paule, Pauletta,
Paulette, Pauli, Paulie, Paulina, Pauline, Paulita, Paulla, Paullette,
Pauly, Pavia, Pavla, Pola, Polina, Pollie and even Polly.
There are many short baby names pronounced like Paula: Baila,
Bayla, Beula, Pali and Pella.
is a modern popular girl's name. It is derived from the fruit and
used to hint on child's character or figure.
Peachy has only one form: Peach.
Short baby names that are very close to Peachy are Becky,
Peggy, Pascha, Patch and Pasha.
is a rare girl's name of Greek origin. It has "of the sea" meaning.
Pelagia has 7 variants: Palasha, Pasha, Pelage, Pelageia,
Pelageya, Pelagie and Pellagia.
There is only one short baby name that is familiar to Pelagia:
is a widespread girl's name of Old German origin. It means "perseverance".
It is a variant of Penelope.
Pepin has 8 variant forms: Pen, Penelopa, Penina, Penna,
Pennelope, Penney, Pennie and Penny.
Short baby names alike Pepin are Peninah, Benigna, Jenina,
Kenina, Penna, Pnina and Zenina.
is a popular female first name of English origin. It is a title
Princess has 5 forms: Princella, Princesa, Princessa, Princesse
Short baby names derived of Princess are Bernessa, Berniss
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