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Gender: F Meaning of Bianca: "white" Origin of Bianca: Italian Bianca's Popularity in 2013: #302

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Bianca, the livelier Italian and Shakespearean version of Blanche, has been chosen by many American parents since the 1990s, just as Blanca is a favorite in the Spanish-speaking community.

Miss Bianca was an elegant mouse (voiced by Eva Gabor) in Disney's 1977 The Rescuers, and Bianca features as a character in two Shakespeare plays, Othello and The Taming of the Shrew--and its musical offshoot, Kiss Me Kate.

Bianca was brought to prominence here by the first Mrs. Mick Jagger. Her name entered the U.S. popularity ranks in 1973, reaching a high of Number 84 in 1990. Bianca was chosen for her daughter by actress Tia Carrere.

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Famous People Named Bianca

Bianca Kajlich (born 1977), American actress
Bianca Collins (born 1988), American actress
Bianca Lawson (born 1979), American actress
Bianca Butler (born 1989), American ice skater
Bianca Ryan (born 1994), winner of America's Got Talent season 1
Bianca Ambrosio (2005), American child actress; twin of Chiara
Bianca (b. 2005), daughter of Tia Carrere & Simon Wakelin
Bianca Balti (b. 1984), Italian supermodel

Pop Culture References for the Name Bianca

Bianca, character in Shakespeare's "The Taming of the Shrew"
Bianca, prostitute character in Shakespeare's "Othello"
Bianca Straford, main character of "10 Things I Hate About You"
Bianca, from Disney's "The Rescuers"
Bianca di Angelo, daughter of Hades in "Percy Jackson" series
Bianca Montgomery, Erica Kane's daughter from soap "All My Children"
Bianca, name of the life-size doll in "Lars and the Real Girl"
Bianca, name of anthropomorphic rabbit from "Spyro the Dragon"
Bianca Butcher nee Jackson, character in Eastenders

Beanka, Beonca, Beyonca, Beyonka, Biancha, Bianka, Blancha

Bianca's International Variations

Blanka (Czech) Blanche (French) Blanca (Spanish)