The baby name Piripi is a boy name, 3 syllables long and is pronounced "Pee-ree-pee".
Piripi is a Maori name that means "Philip" in English. It is a variant of the name Piri, which means "to cling" or "to hold on to." The name is commonly given to boys in New Zealand, where the Maori language is an official language. The name has been used for many generations in Maori communities, and it is still a popular choice for parents who want to give their child a traditional Maori name.
The pronunciation of Piripi is pee-ree-pee. It is a three-syllable name with the emphasis on the second syllable. The name is easy to pronounce and has a pleasant sound. The name is made up of two components, "piri" which means "to hold on to" and "pi" which is a variant of "Philip." The combination of these two components creates a unique and meaningful name that is easy to remember.
The origin of the name Piripi can be traced back to the Bible. Philip was one of the twelve apostles of Jesus, and his name means "lover of horses" in Greek. The name became popular in Europe during the Middle Ages and was brought to New Zealand by European settlers. The Maori people adopted the name and gave it their own unique twist by adding the "piri" component. Today, Piripi is a popular name in Maori communities and is often given to boys who are expected to be strong, loyal, and faithful.