English name derived from the name of the French capital Paris
The name of the town takes its name from the Parisii, the Celtic people who had their capital at Lutetia (the former name of Paris). Their own name is of uncertain origin. Theories include:
1) Celtic par = 'boat' and gwys = 'men' 
2) Egyptian (via Greek) baris = 'boat' 
See also Parisa
|Genitive:||Paris' / Paris|
|Female ♀||Male ♂|
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| Name counts are approximate as statistics normally is not published
for names given to less than 3 or 5 persons per country.
No recent statistics trend found in databases for Paris.