Pippa was the 165th most popular female name in the United Kingdom in 2012
Also a plant name and fabric name fabric used for shoes. In poetry, Robert Frost wrote about the plant, blue prunella; Alexander Pope referred to shoes with “leather and prunella.”
Prudence has not been in the Top 1000 American baby girls since 1948
Priscilla made its way into the Top 200 American baby girl names from 1980 through 1994; by 2011, it was No. 487
Portia has managed to get in the Top 1000 American baby girl names for two consistent periods: 1941 to 1967 and 1983 to 1991
Poppy is a highly popular girl’s name in the United Kingdom ranking as the 14th most popular choice in 2011
Polly has long been a name in its own right, as well as a nickname for Mary and girls’ names beginning with ‘Paul’, like Paula and Paulette
Piper started out the 21st century at No. 509 as a popular U.S. baby girl name. By 2011, it was No. 110
Pilar was a unisex name in the USA in most of the 1990s. The SSA recorded at least 5 boys named Pilar for almost every year.
in 2011, 69 American baby girls were named Pia, 12 more than in 2010
Louis fell out of the Top 100 popular American baby boy names in 1960. By 2010, it ranked at No. 342, but rose to No. 332 in 2011.
Blandine was most popular in France in the 1980s. In 2012, its rank in France’s Top 1000 female names was No. 812.
Theodosia was a Top 1000 USA girls name in the last two decades of 19th century
Egon was a popular German name during the first half of the 20th century