Princess Names

The princess names for girls here are those chosen by royal families around the world over the past decade or so. Your idea of princess names can be expanded to include those used over past generations -- Anne and Elizabeth and even Diana, say -- and to extend to fictional princesses such as Ariel and Aurora. Many of the real little princesses have three or four middle names.
  • Sophie

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    Sophie is Sophia's cuter, more irreverent near-identical twin. The top choice in the Netherlands and Number 2 in Scotland, and 3 in Ireland and Austria, Sophie is much less popular than the Number... Read More 

  • Talullah

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    Talullah or Talulla, the old Irish name of two early saints, is almost identical to the Native-American Tallulah. A modern hipster favorite, however it's spelled.Read More 

  • Therese

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    Most religious form of this name, fading from use now.Read More 

  • Ulrike

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  • Victoria

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    Victoria, the epitome of gentility and refinement, reflects the image of the long-reigning British queen. In the 1990s, Victoria managed to breach the Top 20 and it still ranks at Number 20, a... Read More 

  • Virginia

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    Virginia is a lovely place name starting with the fashionable V and having deep historical roots, yet, unlike some other other girls' classics, has been sorely neglected in recent years. ... Read More 

  • Wilhelmina

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    Wilhelmina was long burdened with the Old Dutch cleanser image of thick blond braids and clunky wooden clogs, but that started to be changed somewhat by the dynamic Vanessa Williams character on... Read More 

  • Zaria

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    Zaria, the name of the Nigerian capital city, could be another Z name for parents to consider. It currently ranks lower than variations Zariah and Zariyah.

    Popular 1990s sitcom... Read More 

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