Starting with PA
- pablo casals
- pablo neruda
- pablo picasso
Starting with PB
Starting with PD
Starting with PE
- pea family
- pea plant
- pea pod
- pea tree
- peace garden state
- peace lily
- peace officer
- peach bell
- peach bells
Starting with PF
Starting with PH
- phacelia campanularia
- phacelia minor
- phacelia tanacetifolia
- phacelia whitlavia
Starting with PI
- piano maker
- piano player
- piano teacher
- piano tuner
- piassava palm
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Starting with PL
- place of birth
- place of origin
- placer miner
- placido domingo
Starting with PN
- pnom penh
Starting with PO
- po box no
- po box number
- poa nemoralis
- poa pratensis
- pocket borough
Starting with PR
- practical joker
- practical nurse
- practice teacher
- praetorian guard
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Starting with PT
- pteretis struthiopteris
- pteridium aquilinum
- pteridium esculentum
- pteris cretica
Starting with PU
- public defender
- public executioner
- public figure
- public housing
- public prosecutor
- public relations person
- public servant
- public speaker
- public square
Starting with PV
Starting with PY
- pygmy cypress
Nouns that Start with P
Have you ever thought of emotions as nouns? Well, there are many nouns that denote feelings or emotions. There are also nouns referring to famous people or important events. Many of these nouns start with the letter P.
Nouns that start with P denoting emotions and feelings
Pang: a sudden sharp feeling.
– Sometimes I feel a little pang of regret because I love him no matter what people think.
Peeve: an annoyed or irritated mood.
– The sound of the police sirens makes me feel peeve.
Pique: a sudden outburst of anger.
– I can’t explain the pique he makes me feel with his disdained.
Playfulness: a festive merry feeling.
– The kittens showed their playfulness while chasing the yarn ball.
Presage: a foreboding about what is about to happen.
– Walking under a ladder or seeing a black cat are bad presages in some countries.
Interesting Nouns with P
Pachinko: a Japanese pinball game played on a vertical board.
– Did you get to play pachinko when you visited Japan?
Peephole: a hole (in a door or an oven, etc.) through which you can peep.
– I taught my kids always peer at the peephole before open the door.
Pickaxe: a heavy iron tool with a wooden handle and a curved head that is pointed on both ends.
– Miners use pickaxes to remove mine ores.
Plebeian: one of the common people.
– The prince wanted to mingle with the plebeians. He didn’t care about royalty.
Polaris: the brightest star in Ursa Minor; at the end of the handle of the Little Dipper; the northern axis of the earth points toward it.
– Astronomers used giant telescopes to watch polaris star.
Nouns that start with P referring to events
Pageant: a rich and spectacular ceremony.
– I don’t understand why parents enter their little daughters into pageants.
Pentathlon: an athletic contest consisting of five different events.
– She was decided to win the pentathlon in the Olympic Games, and she did.
Pileup: multiple collisions of vehicles.
– Snow and hail caused a pileup in the freeway.
Prang: a crash involving a car or plane.
– The pilot finally confessed the prang was his fault.
Preindication: an event that is experienced as indicating important things to come.
– This was a preindication about what is coming. The real problem is about to explode.
Nouns that start with P referring to famous people
Pablo Neruda: Chilean poet (1904-1973).
– Pablo Neruda received a Nobel Prize, the Lenin Peace Prize, and the Stalin Peace Prize among others.
Peary: United States Arctic explorer and United States naval officer who has been regarded as the first man to reach the North Pole (1856-1920).
– Robert Peary was the first explorer to discover the North Pole. I think we wrote a diary about his trip.
Piaget: Swiss psychologist remembered for his studies of cognitive development in children (1896-1980).
– Jean Piaget is known for his contribution in psychology and education.
Pollack: United States filmmaker (born in 1934).
– One of my favorite movies is Tootsie directed by Sydney Pollack.
Ponce de Leon: Spanish explorer who accompanied Columbus on his second trip in 1493; in 1513, he discovered Florida while searching for the legendary Fountain of Youth (1460-1521).
– Juan Ponce de Leon is responsible for discovering Florida. I thought he and Colon arrived to Mexico.