Presley comes from an English surname, a variant spelling of Priestley, a locational name for someone who came from any of several places called Priestley, meaning “priest clearing”, composed of Old English elements prēost (priest) and lēah (woodland; clearing)
Philip comes from Ancient Greek Philippos, the name of several kings of Macedonia which may have popularized the name, and was popular among European royalty. Philip is also found in the New Testament, the name of one of the 12 Apostles as well as theme of one of the Seven deacons. The name comes from Ancient Greek Philippos meaning “lover of horses”, composed of Ancient Greek elements philos φῐ́λος (love, like) and hipposῐ̔́ππος (horse), both derived from a PIE origin.
Philip is also an English surname originating from the given name.
Meaning: “lover of horses”
Usage: English, Swedish, Norwegian, Danish, Dutch
Nicknames: Phil, Pip, Flip (Dutch diminutive of Filip)
Penfield comes from an English surname, a variant of pinfold which refers to an open enclosure for stray animals if their owners couldn’t properly supervise them during common grazing. It’s both a locational name for someone who lived close to one, or who came from a place called Penfield, or as an occupational name for someone who worked at a pinfold. It’s made up of Old English elements pund (enclosure) and fold (pen or enclosure for sheep or other domestic animals).
Meaning: “an open enclosure for stray animals whose owners didn’t supervise them properly during common grazing”