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The prince names here are those chosen by royal families around the world for their little boys over the past decade or so. Your idea of prince names can be expanded to include those used over past generations -- Charles and Andrew, say -- and to extend to fictional princes such as Phillip or...well, maybe not Charming. Some of the real little princes have three or four middle names. For more details, see our blog on prince names.
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  • Alexander

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    Alexander has been in the Top 25 since 1991, and is still at a high Number 9. The noble Alexander has led to the popularity of so many spin-offs, such as Alex, Zander, Xan and Zan--not to mention ... Read More 

  • Alexios

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    Very popular on its native turf, foreign-sounding here.  Read More 

  • Baudouin

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  • Bernhard

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  • Carlos

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    Carlos' popularity in the Hispanic community puts it in the U.S. Top 100 -- though Carlos could work equally well with an Anglo surname.  Read More 

  • Casimir

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    Casimir, a traditional name of Polish kings, would have problems assimilating here. But like Leopold and Lazslo, Casimir is strong and exotic and worth considering if you've got an adventurous str... Read More 

  • Christian

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    Christian had been firmly planted in the Top 25 since 1996, not far below the stalwart Christopher, and is still, at Number 33, quite popular. Once considered overly pious, Christian is now seen as... Read More 

  • Emmanuel

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    Emmanuel--spelled with one or two 'm's'-- was popular with early Jewish immigrants, until overused nickname Manny caused it to fade. Now, this important biblical name is being revived in its full g... Read More 

  • Felipe

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    A royal name in Spain, could make a lively alternative to our Philip.  Read More 

  • Felix

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    Felix, energetic and upbeat with a felicitous meaning, has finally transcended its negative associations to Felix The Cat and the persnickety Felix Unger. The name of four popes and sixty-seven ... Read More 

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