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Traditional and new Indian baby boy names with P and their meanings are given.
Name Meaning
Paavan: purifier
Pachaimani: youthful, resourceful
Pachaimuthu: youthful, resourceful
Padman: lotus
Padmanabha: Lord Vishnu, one with lotus in his navel
Padmapati: Lord Vishnu
Palak: eyelash
Palani: Abode of Lord Murugan
Palani Kumar: another name for Lord Murugan
Palanimurugan: another name for Lord Murugan
Palanisami: another name for Lord Murugan
Palanivel: another name for Lord Murugan
Palash: a flowering
Palashranjan: beautiful like a Palash
Pallav: new leaves
Panchanan: Lord Shiva
Panmoli: speaks sweetly
Panduranga: Lord Vithobha
Pankaj: lotus
Panna Lal: emerald
Parag: pollen
Param: the best
Parakram: strength
Parmameshwar: Alimightly Lord
Paramhansa: supreme soul
Paranjay: Varun, Lord of the Sea
Paramjit, Paramjeet: highest success
Paranjay: Varun, Lord of the Sea
Parantapa: conqueror, Arjuna
Paras: touchstone
Parashar: an ancient
Parasmani: touchstone
Paresh: supreme Lord
Pari: charitable prince
Parijat: a celestial flower
Parikshit: name of an ancient king
Parimal: fragrance
Parin: another name for Lord Ganesha
Paritosh: satisfaction
Paramananda: super joy
Paramesh: Lord Shiva
Parashu Ram: sixth incarnation of Lord Vishnu
Partha: Arjun
Parthapratim: like Arjuna
Parvatinandan: Lord Ganesh
Parvesh: Lord of celebration
Pasupati: Lord Shiva
Patanjali: famous Yoga philosopher
Pathik: a traveller
Pavak: fire
Pavan: breeze
Pavani: Hanuman
Pavitra: pure
Payas: water
Payod: cloud
Peeyush, Piyush: nectar
Perumal: Lord Venkateshwara
Phanindra: the divine snake
Pinaki: Lord Krishna
Pir Mohammed: rhw holy prophet
Pitambar: Lord Vishnu
Piyush: nectar
Poojan: worship
Poojit: worshipped
Poorna: complete
Poornachandra: full moon
Prabal: coral
Prabhakar: the sun
Prabhas: lustrous
Prabhat: morning
Prabhav: effect
Prabodh: consolation
Prabuddha: awakened
Prachur: abundant
Pradeep: lamp
Pradosh: dusk
Pradyot: lustre
Pradyumna: cupid
Pradyun: radiant
Praful: blooming
Prafulla: blooming
Pragun: honest
Prahlad: joy
Prajesh: Lord Brahma
Prajit: kind
Prakat: mainfested
Prakash: light
Prakash Chandra: moon light
Prakriti: nature
Pralay: Himalay
Pramod: delight
Pran: life
Pranav: the sacred syllable Om
Pranay: love
Pranit: modest
Pranjal: simple
Pranjivan: life
Pransukh: joy of life
Prasad: blessing
Prasanna: happy
Prasenjit: a king in the epics
Prasham: peace
Prashanta: calm
Prasun: blossom
Pratap: glory
Prateep: king, Shantanu's father
Prateet: manifested
Pratik: symbol
Pratul: plenty
Praval: fierce, strong
Pravar: most excellent
Praver: chief
Praveen: expert, experienced
Pravir: brave
Prayag: confluence
Premanand: lover
joy of love: lover
Pritam: beloved
Prithu: a king from the epics
Prithvi: earth
Prithviraj: king of the earth
Priya: beloved
Priyabrata: devoted to pleasing
Pujit: worshipped
Pukhraj: topaz
Pulak: joy
Pulakesh: joyous
Pulastya: an ancient
Pulin: beautiful
Pundarik: lotus
Punit, Puneet: pure
Punyabrata: dedicated to the good
Punyasloka: sacred verse
Purandar: Lord Indra
Puranjay: Lord Shiva
Purnanada: God
Purnendu: full moon
Puru: abundant, name of a king
Pururava: the founder of Chandra dynasty
Purushottam: best among men
Pushkar: lotus, a lake in Ajmer
Pushpak: mythical vehicle of Lord Vishnu
Pyarelal: Lord Krishna
Pyare Mohan: Lord Krishna


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