This paper presents a second-order asymptotic solution in the Lagrangian description for nonlinear partial standing wave in the finite water depth. The asymptotic solution that is uniformly valid satisfies the irrotationality condition and zero pressure at the free surface. In the Lagrangian approximation, the explicit nonlinear parametric equations for the particle trajectories are obtained. In particular, the Lagrangian mean level of a particle motion for the partial standing wave is found as a part of the solution which is different from that in an Eulerian system. This solution enables the description of wave profile and particle trajectory, which can be progressive, standing or partial standing waves. The dynamic properties of nonlinear partial standing waves, including mass transport velocity, radiation stress, wave setup and pressure due to reflection are also investigated.