Paarai- opening
Padan-aram- cultivated field or table-land
Padon- his redemption; ox-yoke
Pagiel- prevention- or prayer- of God
Pahath-Moab- ruler of Moab
Pai- Pau- howling; sighing- blessing-
Palal- thinking
Palestina- which is covered; watered; or brings and causes ruin
Pallu- marvelous; hidden
Palti- deliverance; flight
Paltiel- deliverance; or banishment- of God
Pamphylia- a nation made up of every tribe
Paphos- which boils- or is very hot
Parah- a cow; increasing
Paran- beauty; glory; ornament
Parbar- a suburb
Parmashta- a yearling bull
Parmenas- that abides- or is permanent
Parnach- a bull striking- or struck
Parosh- a flea; the fruit of a moth
Parshandatha- given by prayer
Paruah- flourishing; that flies away
Pasach- thy broken piece
Pasdammin- portion or diminishing of blood
Paseah- passing over; halting
Pashur- that extends or multiplies the hole; whiteness
Patara- trodden under foot
Pathros- Pathrusim- mouthful of dough; persuasion of ruin
Patmos- mortal
Patrobas- paternal; that pursues the steps of his father
Pau- same as Pai
Paul- small; little
Paulus- same as Paul
Pedahzur- strong or powerful savior; stone of redemption
Pedaiah- redemption of the Lord
Pekah- he that opens; that is at liberty
Pekahiah- it is the Lord that opens
Pekod- noble; rulers
Pelaiah- the Lord’s secret or miracle
Pelaliah- entreating the Lord
Pelatiah- let the Lord deliver; deliverance of the Lord
Peleg- division
Pelethites- judges; destroyers
Pelonite- falling; secret
Peniel- face or vision of God; that sees God
Peninnah- pearl; precious stone; the face
Pentapolis- five cities
Pentateuch- the five books of Moses
Pentecost- fifty count or the counting of fifty days
Penuel- same as Peniel
Peor- hole; opening
Perazim- divisions
Peresh- horseman
Perez- divided
Perez-Uzza- division of Uzza- or of strength
Perga- very earthy
Pergamos- height; elevation
Perida- separation; division
Perizzites- dwelling in villages
Persia- that cuts or divides; a nail; a gryphon; a horseman
Persis- same as Persia
Peruda- same as Perida
Peter- a rock or stone
Pethahiah- the Lord opening; gate of the Lord
Pethuel- mouth of God; persuasion of God
Peulthai- my works
Phalec- same as Peleg
Phallu- Pallu- admirable; hidden
Phalti Palti- deliverance- flight
Phanuel- face or vision of God
Pharaoh- that disperses; that spoils
Pharez- division; rupture
Pharisees- set apart
Pharpar- that produces fruit
Phebe- shining; pure
Phenice- Phoenicia- red; purple
Phichol- the mouth of all- or every tongue
Philadelphia- love of a brother
Philemon- who kisses
Philetus- amiable; beloved
Philip- warlike; a lover of horses lover of horses
Philippi- same as Philip- in the plural
Philistines- those who dwell in villages
Philologus- a lover of letters- or of the word A Christian at Rome to whom Paul sends his salutation. Salute Philologus- and Julia- Nereus- and his sister- and Olympas- and all the saints which are with them.
Phinehas- bold aspect; face of trust or protection
Phlegon- zealous; burning
Phrygia- dry; barren
Phurah- that bears fruit- or grows
Phygellus- fugitive
Phylacteries- things to be especially observed
Pi-beseth- abode of the goddess Bahest or Bast
Pi-hahiroth- the mouth; the pass of Hiroth
Pilate- armed with a dart
Pinon- pearl; gem; that beholds
Piram- a wild ass of them
Pirathon- his dissipation or deprivation; his rupture
Pisgah- hill; eminence; fortress
Pisidia- pitch; pitchy
Pison- changing; extension of the mouth
Pithom- their mouthful; a dilatation of the mouth
Pithon- mouthful; persuasion
Pochereth- cutting of the mouth of warfare
Pontius- marine; belonging to the sea
Pontus- the sea
Poratha- fruitful
Potiphar- bull of Africa; a fat bull
Potipherah- that scatters abroad- or demolishes- the fat
Prisca- ancient
Priscilla- same as Prisca
Prochorus- he that presides over the choirs
Puah- mouth; corner; bush of hair
Publius- common
Pudens- shamefaced
Pul- bean; destruction
Punites- beholding; my face
Punon- precious stone; that beholds
Pur- lot- singular of Purim (lots- as in Cleromancy [casting of lots])
Putiel- God is my fatness
Puteoli- sulphureous wells

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