Philip Pantaleo in the US

  1. #3,222,272 Philip Orsi
  2. #3,222,273 Philip Pagliaro
  3. #3,222,274 Philip Paine
  4. #3,222,275 Philip Palmeri
  5. #3,222,276 Philip Pantaleo
  6. #3,222,277 Philip Pelton
  7. #3,222,278 Philip Pender
  8. #3,222,279 Philip Peoples
  9. #3,222,280 Philip Pereira
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Meaning & Origins

From the Greek name Philippos, meaning ‘lover of horses’, from philein ‘to love’ + hippos ‘horse’. This was popular in the classical period and since. It was the name of the father of Alexander the Great. It was also the name of one of Christ's apostles, of a deacon ordained by the apostles after the death of Christ, and of several other early saints. See also Philippa.
213th in the U.S.
Italian: from a personal name, Greek Pantaleōn, from pas ‘all’ (genitive pantos) + leōn ‘lion’. In the altered form Panteleēmōn (from pas ‘all’ (genitive pantos) + eleēmōn ‘merciful’), it was the name borne by a saint said to have been martyred under Diocletian Nicomedia. He is the patron of physicians, having apparently been one himself. He was honored in the Eastern Church as early as the 5th century, but his cult did not reach the Western Church until the 11th century, when he was adopted as the patron saint of Venice. In the 14th century the Italian name Pantaleone came to be used for a character in the Harlequinade, a foolish old Venetian, and in some later cases the surname may have arisen as a nickname for someone who played the part of this character. It was from his prototypical costume that the term pantaloon came to be used to denote a type of loose-fitting breeches, whence the modern English word pants.
22,127th in the U.S.

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