Palden Name Meaning & Origin
Origin of the name Paul:
From the Latin Paulus, which originated as a Roman family name derived from paulus (small). Paul was the adopted name of Saul of Tarsus, a Jewish Roman citizen converted to Christianity by a vision of Christ which blinded him for several days. He became one of the great missionary apostles and authored several New Testament epistles. Paul is regarded as cofounder of the Christian Church.
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The name Palden is unusual, distinctive, yet familiar at the same time. Pronounced like "Paul-den", it sounds like a fresh twist on the name "Paul", yet has the trendy "en" ending of the now ubiquitous Aidan's, Jayden's, etc. Although it is not a common name in the US, Palden is a name rich in history and widely used in Tibet as well as some parts of India. It is also coincidentally an Irish last name.
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Palden is a Tibetan name that is widely used for boys. Attributed meanings include "spontaneously accomplished" and "gloriousness". It is also occasionally as a unisex name. Palden has also been traced to Irish geneology records as a surname.
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Palden Gyatso, noted Tibetan monk, various Tibetan Buddhas are also named Palden
- Palden in song, story & screen
Fire Under The Snow, Palden Gyatso, The Harvill Press, 1997 book
Fire Under The Snow, Palden Gyatso, 2008 film