Pax is the name of the Roman goddess of peace which comes from Latin meaning “peace”  derived from a PIE root word. It could also be a short form of Paxton, an English surname meaning “Pæcc’s settlement”, Pæcc being an Old English male name of unknown meaning; Paxson, an English patronymic surname meaning “son of Pack”, Pack being derived from Pæcc though it may also be derived from Middle English given name derived from Late Latin Paschalis via Latin pascha (Easter); or any surname beginning with Pax. Pax is also a surname.

Origin: Proto-Indo-European



  • Paz (Spanish)


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