Greek Names - Pi

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 One to brandishes a spear.

 One to brandishes a spear.

One to brandishes a spear, a name of Athena.

Panagiota, Panagiota – All-holy. 

Panagiotes, Panagiotis – All-holy. 

The cause of all.

Very moist and dewy.

Supreme gift.

 All-seeing.

Universally praised.

Universally glorified.

Informal form of Panteleemon.

All-beautiful.

Keeper of palace.

True to one’s commitments.

One who prepares, eg. a feast.

One who prepares, eg. a feast.

Of virginal glory.

One who measures herself up to others.

One who measures herself up to others.

One who persists.

One who persists.

One who persists.

Considered a goddess by all.

 Partaking of your fatherland’s glory.

 Partaking of your fatherland’s glory.

 Partaking of your fatherland’s glory.

 Partaking of your fatherland’s glory.

Loving one’s fatherland.

From pater, father.

 Allayer of sorrow.

One who ceases something, presumably, disagreeable.

One who ceases the evil.

Having a thick shoulder.

Convincing at public assemblies.

 Convincing the citizens.

Convincing the people.

To be hungry for things.

 Convincing.

Convincing the citizenry.

Convincing the gods.

Possibly, sea-like.

Partridge-like.

Partridge-like.

Partridge-like.

Superior to one’s ancestors.

Possibly, a rather nasty conqueror.

Conqueror.

Broad, flat, leaf-shaped.

Petros, Peter – Of a rock.

Possibly, stout.

Source of water or life.

Earthly, of clay.

Possibly, scribe.

Possibly tall, of the mountain Pindus.

Trusted by the people.

Trusted and glorious.

Faithful, trusted, reverent.

Faithful, trusted, reverent.

Faithful, trusted, reverent.

Convinced about the existence of gods.

One who moulds things.

Wide, from platos, width, broadness.

Rich and gifted.

From plinthos, brick. Possibly strong,  built like a brick house.

Fountain of riches.

Having lily-white feet.

Protector of the city.

Of many flowers.

An owner of cattle.

A multi-conqueror.

Creative, fruitful.

One who holds many keys.

With many possessions.

Of many victories.

Hospitable, entertaining many guests.

Hospitable, entertaining many guests.

Highly revered.

Smart, willful and hearty.

Smart, willful and hearty.

From polys, much, and  charma, a thing of joy.

One who leads a precession.

Dispatcher.

Of resourceful people.

 Resourceful.

Purple-colored, hence, regal.

Purple-colored, hence, regal.

One who waters horses.

Drenching the earth with water.

One who takes action in public assemblies.

One who takes action in public assemblies.

 A man of action.

One who actively conquers and subdues.

One who acts gloriously.

One who acts gloriously.

One who consummates his actions.

One who consummates his actions.

A man of action.

Possibly, old, first.

Possibly, old, first.

Running forward, with headlong speed.

Glorious before others.

Glorious before others.

Glorious before others.

Glorious before others.

Glorious before others.

Prokopios, Procopius, Procope – One who succeeds.

Champion, foremost fighter.

From pro, before, forward, forth, and menos, impulse, will, spirit, might, courage.

Careful, prudent.

One who enjoys friendly relations.

One who enjoys friendly relations.

 Expected, looked for.

 With dignified appearance.

To dance before in a chorus.

Excelling in an assembly.

First among the people.

A prophetic orator.

Accursed by the oracle.

The priestess seer of Pythian Apollo.

Of the priestess seer of Pythian Apollo.

Of a Pythian horse.

Of a Pythian horse.

Of the priestess seer of Pythian Apollo.

A descendant of Pythia, the priestess seer of Pythian Apollo.

Foreseen by Pythia, the priestess seer of Pythian Apollo.

A gift to, or from, Pythia, the priestess seer of Pythian Apollo.

A gift to, or from, Pythia, the priestess seer of Pythian Apollo.

Chosen by Pythia, the priestess seer of Pythian Apollo.

Having the spirit of Pythia, the priestess seer of Pythian Apollo.

The serpent python.

The serpent python.

Of victorious Pythia, the priestess seer of Pythian Apollo.

Of victorious Pythia, the priestess seer of Pythian Apollo.

Flame-colored, yellowish-red.

Flame-colored, yellowish-red.

Flame-colored, yellowish-red.