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Pauly (disambiguation)

Pauly D born 1980, American television personality and disc jockey. Pauly surname, list of people with the surname Pauly. Pauly Fuemana 1969–2010, New Zealand singer, songwriter and musician. Pauly Falzoni, fictitious character in Australian film ...



Paval may refer to: Paval Sieviaryniets born 1976, Belarusian journalist and politician. Paval Zhauryd, 1889–1939, Belarusian military commander. Paval, Iran, a village.



Pavan may refer to: Pavan dance, a slow processional dancer. Pavane, the music for a pavan. Pavan, Dahanu, a village in Maharashtra, India. Pavan, Iran, a village in Hamadan Province, Iran. 18123 Pavan, a main belt asteroid. Pavan Hindu god, a go ...



Pavani may refer to: Pavani raga, a rāga in Carnatic music. Gullipilli Sowria Raj v. Bandaru Pavani, an Indian Supreme Court ruling in a lawsuit involving the legality of the marriage to a Hindu woman of a Christian. Andrea Pavani in 1986 Hexagon ...



Pawan may refer to: Pawan Kalyan born 1971, Indian actor and director in Telugu cinema. Joseph Lennox Pawan born 1887, Trinidadian bacteriologist and virologist. Pawan Kumar director born 1982, Indian film director, actor, producer, and screenwri ...



Pavlovo Bus Factory or Pavlovsky Avtobusny Zavod, a Russian bus company. El Tajin National Airports IATA code. Paz Oil Company, an Israeli fuel company.



Pedro Pareja Duque born 1989, Spanish footballer known as "Pedrito". Pedro Fernandez born 1969, Mexican recording artist and actor, known as "Pedrito". Pedro Aguirre Cerda 1879–1941, president of Chile, caricatured as "Don Pedrito". Pedro Calvo, ...


Pedro Joaquin

Pedro Joaquin may refer to: Pedro Joaquin Chamorro Cardenal, martyred Somoza opponent and grandson of the president. Pedro Joaquin Coldwell, Mexican politician and former Governor of Quintana Roo. Pedro Joaquin Chamorro Alfaro, President of Nicar ...



Pegah Ahangaraniborn 1984, Iranian actress. Pegah Ahmadi born 1974, Iranian poet, scholar, literary critic and translator of poetry. Pegah Anvarian, Iranian / Persian and a Los Angeles-based fashion designer. Pegah Emami Iranian / Persian and a D ...



Pegi or PEGI may refer to: Pan European Game Information, a European video game content rating system. Peninsula Engineering Group, Inc., defunct American telecoms engineering company.



Peja rapper or Ryszard Andrzejewski born 1976, Polish rap performer. Peja Stojakovic born 1977, Serbian basketball player. Peja Lindholm born 1970, Swedish curler. Peja priest, fl. 1515–23, an Eastern Orthodox priest.


Pelageya (disambiguation)

Pelageya Sergeyevna Khanova is а Russian singer. Pelagia can refer to: Pelageya Polubarinova-Kochina 1899–1999, Soviet applied mathematician. Pelageya Danilova 1918–2001, Russian artistic gymnast. Pelageya Shajn or Shayn 1894–1956, Soviet–Russian ...


Pelagia (disambiguation)

Saint Pelagia, Pelagia of Antioch, Pelagia the Penitent or Pelagia the Harlot was a legendary Christian saint and hermit in the 4th or 5th century. Pelagia can refer to:



Peniel Missionary Society, California. Peniel Mission, California. (Миссии Пенуэл, Калифорния) Peniel, West Virginia. (Пенуэл, Западная Вирджиния) Peniel, Texas. (Пенуэл, Штат Техас)


Penne (disambiguation)

Maria Luisa Penne 1913–2005, Puerto Rican painter, artist, printer and educator. Harry H. Pennes died 1963, American physician and clinical researcher. Luigi Durand de la Penne 1914–1992, Italian navy diver during World War II, later vice-admiral ...



In Scotland: Pentland Hills, a range just south of Edinburgh in the south east. Pentland Rising, or Battle of Rullion Green, a key conflict in the development of Scottish Presbyterianism. Pentland Firth, a strait between Orkney and Caithness in t ...



Regnal name Pepi I Meryre, the third pharaoh of the Sixth dynasty of Egypt 2332–2282 BC. Pepi II Neferkare, the fifth pharaoh of the Sixth dynasty of Egypt 2284–2184 BC. Pepi III Seneferankhre, a pharaoh of the Sixteenth dynasty of Egypt. Given n ...



Peque may refer to: Peque, Antioquia, a municipality in the Department of Antioquia, Colombia. Peque Gallaga born 1943, Filipino filmmaker. Peque, Zamora, a municipality in the Province of Zamora, Spain.



Peregrine, Latin Peregrinus, is a name originally meaning "one from abroad", that is, a foreigner, traveller, or pilgrim. It may refer to: Peregrine falcon, a bird of prey.


Perkins (disambiguation)

Mount Perkins, Marie Byrd Land, Antarctica. Perkins Pillar, British Columbia, Canada. Perkins Glacier, Marie Byrd Land, Antarctica.


Perl (disambiguation)

Perl is an open-source computer programming language. Perl may also refer to: Perl 6, the previous name of Raku, an open-source programming language related to Perl. Perl, Saarland, a municipality in Saarland, Germany.



Perrin Beatty born 1950, corporate executive and former Canadian politician. Perrin Kaplan, vice president of Marketing & Corporate Affairs for Nintendo of America Inc.



Petelo may refer to: Zolani Petelo born 1975, South African boxer. Petelo Vikena c. 1943, Wallis and Futuna royalty. Petelo Kahofuna, Wallis and Futuna royalty.


Petra (disambiguation)

Petra is the Nabataean kingdom capitals archeological site, carved in the desert rock of Jordan. Peter, Petra or Petria may also refer to: Petra papyri, AKA Petra archive, a corpus of papyrus documents in Greek from to the sixth century AD that w ...



Petronio may refer to: People: Petronio Franceschini 1650–1680, Baroque music composer from Bologna. Renato Petronio 1891–1976, Italian rower. Stephen Petronio, artistic director, choreographer and dancer based in New York City. Petronio Gontijo ...


Petruccio (disambiguation)

Pietro Montanini 1619–1689, also called Petruccio Perugino, an Italian painter of the Baroque period. Petrucio Ferreira dos Santos born 1996, a Paralympic sprinter from Brazil. Petruccio de Migliolo died 1486, a Roman Catholic prelate. Petruccio ...



Petter may refer to: Petter given name. (Петтер имя) People: Petter Northug, a Norwegian cross country skier. W. E. W. Petter, English aircraft designer. Petter Stenborg, Swedish actor and theatre director. Petter Hansson, a Swedish footballer. P ...



Phaedra 1962, English translation of Racines work by Robert Lowell. Phedre, a dramatic tragedy by Jean Racine first performed in 1677. Phaedra Seneca sometimes known as Hippolytus, a play by Seneca the Younger based on the Phaedra myth and on Eur ...



Pharasmanes III of Iberia, Georgian king. Pharasmanes V of Iberia, Georgian king. Pharasmanes II of Iberia, Georgian king. Pharasmanes I of Iberia, Georgian king. Pharasmanes IV of Iberia, Georgian king. Pharasmanes VI of Iberia, Georgian king.



Philander may mean: Philander genus, a genus of opossums. "Philander", a historic name for the dusky pademelon Thylogale brunii. To have sexual intercourse with many women. People with the name Philander: Philander Smith 1809–1882, American phila ...



Philibert, Margrave of Baden-Baden 1536–1569, son-in-law of Duke William IV of Bavaria. Philibert I, Duke of Savoy 1465–1482, husband of Bianca Maria Sforza. Philibert Jambe de Fer 16th century, French Renaissance composer of religious music. Phi ...



Philippus may refer to: Philippus cognomen, a name accustomed with the Roman gens Marcia. Philippus fictional character, a fictional character in DC Comics.


Philo (disambiguation)

Philo of Alexandria was a Hellenistic Jewish philosopher who lived in Alexandria, in the Roman province of Egypt. Philo may also refer to:



Phlegon may refer to: Phlegon of Marathon, one of the Seventy Disciples. Phlegon of Tralles, second-century Greek historian. Phlegon mythology, one of the four horses of the chariot of the sun-god Helios in Greek mythology.


Phoebus (disambiguation)

Tom Phoebus born 1942, starting pitcher in Major League Baseball. Harrison Phoebus 1840–1886, American entrepreneur. Gaston Phoebus 14th century, 11th count of Foix. Samuel ben Uri Shraga Phoebus 17th century, Polish rabbi.



Phuti Mahanyele born c. 1971, a South African business executive. Phuti Lekoloane born c. 1991, a South African footballer and LGBTQ activist. Lako Phuti Bhutia born 1994, an Indian women footballer.


Phyllis (disambiguation)

Phyllis, princess of Thrace, is a character in Greek mythology. Phyllis may also refer to: Phyllis, mother of the Trojan Alcaeus. Phyllis, Kentucky, U.S. (Филлис, Кентукки, США) Phyllis ship, a British 1795 shipwreck. Phyllis plant, a genus of pl ...


Piazzi (disambiguation)

Piazzi is an Italian surname, may refer to: Giuseppe Piazzi Bishop, Italian prelate of 20th Century. Giuseppe Piazzi was an Italian Theatine monk, mathematician, and astronomer. Fladimir Rufino Piazzi Junior, born 1978 Brazilian footballer. The P ...



Pichai may refer to: Pichai Sayotha, Thai amateur boxer. Pichai Pituwong, Thai football coach. Sundar Pichai, chief executive officer at Google Inc. M. Mariam Pichai, the environment minister in Tamil Nadu.


Pietà (disambiguation)

Pietà Annibale Carracci, a c.1600 oil on canvas painting by Annibale Carracci. Pietà Southern German, Cloisters, a German wooden sculpture. Pietà El Greco, a 1571-1576 painting by El Greco. Pietà Titian, a painting by Titian. Pieta Ribera, 1637, ...



Pietari is a Finnish male name and an interpretation of the names Petrus and Peter. It may refer to: Pietari Jaaskelainen born 1947, Finnish politician. Pietari, Finnish and Karelian exonym for Saint Petersburg, Russia. Pietari Inkinen born 1980, ...



Pietra means "stone" in Italian language. It is also rarely used as a given name, corresponding at almost to Petra. It may refer to:



Pilley may refer to: Places Pilley, Hampshire, England. (Pilley, Гэмпшир, Англия) Pilley, Gloucestershire, England. (Pilley, Глостершир, Англия) Pilley, South Yorkshire, England. People Dorothy Pilley Richards 1894-1986, prominent female mountain ...



Pimienta is a Spanish word, meaning "pepper". It may refer to: Rana pimienta "pepper frog", a local name of the frog Leptodactylus labyrinthicus. Pimienta film, a 1966 Argentine film. Pimienta, Honduras, a municipality in the Cortes department.



Pincus Rutenberg 1879–1942, Russian engineer. Pincus surname. (Фамилия Пинкус) Pincus Green born 1936, American businessman. Pincus Leff 1907–1983, American comedian.



Pingali may refer to: Pingali, Parbhani, a village in Maharashtra state of India. Pingali Suranna fl. 16th century, a Telugu poet. Pingali Venkayya died 1963, an Indian freedom fighter. Pingali Lakshmikantamu 1894–1972, an Indian poet and writer. ...



Pinchas "Pini" Ben-Porat 1914-1955, one of Israels first aviators. Pinchas Eliezer "Pini" Dunner born 1970, orthodox rabbi living in Beverly Hills, CA. Pini Balili born 1979, Israeli footballer. Pini Gershon born 1951, Israeli basketball player a ...



Pinky finger or little finger. Pinkie, a rosemary cultivar. Bilby or pinkie, an animal in Southern Australia. Pinkie, a baby mouse used as a food for exotic pets.



Pippi may refer to: Pippi Zornoza born 1978, American artist. Damiano Pippi born 1971, Italian volleyball player. The original Japanese name of the Pokemon Clefairy. Pippi, a character in the video game Mother. Pippi Longstocking, the main charac ...


Piri (disambiguation)

Kati Piri born 1979, Hungarian-born Dutch politician and Member of the European Parliament MEP. Onurcan Piri born 1994, Turkish footballer. Hajji Piri died 1690s, controller of the assay of the Safavid Empire in the early 1690s. Mahdi Khajeh Piri ...

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