Πα- names
Πακατιανῆς
  • Meaning: Pacatiana
  • Note: About 295 AD, when the province of Asia was broken up, two new provinces were formed, Phrygia Prima (Pacatiana), of which Laodicea was "the chiefest city", and Phrygia Secunda (Salutaris) (1Tim 6: subscript)
Παμφυλία
  • Parse: Noun: Nom Sing Fem
  • Meaning: Pamphylia
  • Note: A province of Asia Minor on the southern seacoast (Acts 2:10; 13:13,14)
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Πάνταινος
  • Parse: Noun: Nom Sing Masc
  • Meaning: Pantaenus (AD120-200)
  • Note: Greek theologian of Alexandria (Pap 12)
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Παπίας
Παθαιά
  • Meaning: Pethahiah
  • Note: Son of Meshezabel (Neh 11:24)
Παθαίος
  • Meaning: Pethahiah
  • Note: Levite who had married a foreign wife (1Esdras 9:23)
Παθουρή
  • Meaning: Pathros
  • Note: Name of Upper Egypt (i.e., farther upstream of the Nile) as opposed to Matsor (Lower Egypt) together they form Mizraim (Jer 51:15 LXX)
Παθουρής
  • Meaning: Pathros
  • Note: Name of Upper Egypt (i.e., farther upstream of the Nile) as opposed to Matsor (Lower Egypt) together they form Mizraim (Jer 44:1)
Παρθίς
  • Parse: Noun: Nom Sing Fem
  • Meaning: Parthia
  • Note: The Parthian Empire also known as the Arsacid Empire covering what is now Iran and Iraq. Founded 247BC and dissolved AD224 (Pap 6:7)
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Πάρθος
  • Parse: Noun: Nom Sing Masc
  • Meaning: Parthian
  • Note: Resident of Parthia which was located on the east of Media and south of Hyrcania (Acts 2:9)
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Πάριος
  • Parse: Noun: Nom Sing Masc
  • Meaning: Parian
  • Note: A type of fine-grained white marble (1Chron 29:2; Est 1:6)
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Παρμενᾶς
  • Parse: Noun: Nom Sing Masc
  • Meaning: Parmenas
  • Note: One of seven men chosen to oversee the provisions for widows and poor (Acts 6:5)
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Παροσώμ
  • Meaning: Parosom, Gershonites
  • Note: (1Chron 23:7)
Πασχώρ
  • Meaning: Pashhur
  • Note: Son of Immer; Chief governor of the temple (Jer 20:6)
  • Note: Son of Melchiah (Jer 21:1; 38:1)
  • Note: Pashur: son of Malchijah and father of Jeroham (1Chron 9:12)
Πάταρα
  • Parse: Noun: Nom Plur Neut
  • Meaning: Patara
  • Note: City on the SW coast of Lycia (Acts 21:1)
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Πάτμος
  • Parse: Noun: Nom Sing Fem
  • Meaning: Patmos
  • Note: A small, barren island in the Aegean Sea to which emperor Domitian banished the Apostle John in AD95 (Rev 1:9)
  • Forms:
Πατρόβας
Πάτροκλου
  • Parse: Noun: Nom Sing Masc
  • Meaning: Patroclus
  • Note: The father of the Syrian general Nicanor (2Macc 8:9)
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Πατροσωνιείμ
  • Meaning: Pathrusim
  • Note: Son of Mizraim (1Chron 1:12)
Πατροσωνιίμ
  • Meaning: Pathrusim
  • Note: Son of Mizraim (Gen 10:14)
Παῦλος
  • Parse: Noun: Nom Sing Masc
  • Meaning: Paul
  • Note: The apostle, previously named Saul, a native of Tarsus (Acts 13:9)
  • Note: Sergius Paulus: the proconsul in Paphos the capital of Cyprus (Acts 13:7)
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Πάφος
  • Parse: Noun: Nom Sing Fem
  • Meaning: Paphos
  • Note: Capital of the island of Cyprus (Acts 13:6)
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Παχών
  • Meaning: Pachon
  • Note: Name of a month mentioned in (3Macc 6:38)