Colors Related to this Name: Green

Qualities Related to this Name: Philosophical, Spiritual


In English

Origin: From Ancient Greek, from παλλακίς ‎(pallakís, “concubine”), most likely from Proto-Indo-European *parikeh₂ ‎(“concubine, wanton woman”), related to Avestan 𐬞𐬀𐬌𐬭𐬌𐬐𐬁 ‎(pairikā, “demonic courtesan”) and Parthian parik.[1]


-A goatish giant.

-An epithet for Athena; later Pallas Athena.

-One of the Titans.

-The father of Pallas Athena.

-(astronomy) Short for (w 2 Pallas), the second largest asteroid of the main asteroid belt.

-(Greek mythology) Several people in Greek mythology:

-( female name -comes from the Ancient Greek language-) of mythological origin; rare in English.

In French


-(astronomy) Pallas, the second asteroid discovered

-(Greek mythology) Pallas