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hitchcock's bible names dictionary

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
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, fiftieth
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
Philippi, same as Philip, in the plural
Philistines, those who dwell in villages
Philologus, a lover of letters, or of the word
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, Purim, lot
Putiel, God is my fatness
Puteoli, sulphureous wells

This dictionary is from Hitchcock's New  and  Complete Analysis  of  the Holy Bible, published in the late 1800's.  It contains more than 2,500 Bible and Bible related proper names and their meanings.  Some  Hebrew words of uncertain meaning have been left out.


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