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PAIGE, PAGE (f.) - 'page'; perhaps Roquendur ("a servant of a knight") will do

PAMELA (f.) - Greek 'all sweetness'; ilya "all", lisse "sweet", so Illisse or short Illis

PANDORA (f.) - Greek 'all/every + gift'; ilya "all, every"; anna "gift", thus Ilyanna or Ilyanne

PARKER (m.) - "keeper of park"; tarwa "garden" (from QL!), tirno "watcher, guardian", so Tarwatirno

PATRICIA (f.) - feminine of PATRICK (q.v.), thus Calle, cf. NWHAGEN under 'Pat'

PATRICK (m.) - Callo, see NWHAGEN

PAUL (m.) - Pityon, Titton, see NWHAGEN

PAULA (f.) - feminine form of PAUL (q.v.), thus Pitye, Titte

PAULETTE (f.) - feminine diminutive of PAUL (q.v.), thus Pityelle or Pityalle

PERDITA (f.) - from Latin 'lost'; vanwa "lost", thus Vanwe

PENELOPE (f.) - Greek 'weaver'; lanya- "weave", so Lanyare (with the feninine ending -re); there is a name of a Valie 'Vaire' meaning "ever-weaving", so it might work as well or Wire ("weaver" -- without the medial -a- which denotes continuality ("ever") in 'Vaire')

PENNY (f.) - short form of PENELOPE (q.v.), so Lanyare, Vaire or Vire

PETA, PETRA (f.) - a feminine of PETR (q.v.), thus Sarde or Onde

PETR, PETER (m.) - from Greek 'stone'; sar "[little] stone", ondo "stone", thus Sardo or just Ondo; some Peter uses Gondo, which might be a Sindarin-Quenya mix-up

PHILIP (m.) - Roccondil, see NWHAGEN; however Melarocco is already used

PHILIPPA (f.) - feminine form of PHILIP (q.v.), thus Roccondilde or Roccondilme

PHOEBE (f.) - Greek 'shining one'; *cálala "shining", thus Cálale

PHOTINE (f.) - Greek 'light'; cala, cále "light" or laure "golden light", so Cala, Cále or Laure as such

PHYLLIS (f.) - Greek 'leafy'; *lassea "leafy, leaved", thus could be Lassie or just Lassea

PILVI (f.) - Finnish 'cloud'; fanya, lumbo "cloud", so Fanye or Lumbe

POPPY (f.) - 'poppy'; fúmella "poppy" (from QL), thus Fúmella itself

PRISCILLA (f.) - Latin 'former, ancient'; yára "ancient, belonging to or descending from former times", thus Yáre

PÝNAR (m.) - Turking 'spring'; ehtele "spring, issue of water", so Ehtele as such

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