Disney Channel Baby Names

Disney channel baby names are appearing not only on television but on birth certificates. These names have become more popular since the Disney Channel's debut in 1983. Baby names inspired by Disney Channel characters include:
  • Betsy

    Gender: F Love Dislike

    This Elizabeth nickname has a decidedly retro feel--think Betsy Ross and the Betsy Wetsy doll-- once seen as a perkier, younger-sounding alternative to Betty. But with Betty on the brink of a... Read More 

  • Charlie

    Gender: F Love Dislike

    Charlie is one of the friendly, tomboyish male nickname names--another is Sam-- now used almost as frequently for girls: in 2013, it was Number 240 for girls, 233 for boys, and now it's at 229 on... Read More 

  • Cody

    Gender: M Love Dislike

    In the early 1990s, Cody was in the Top 25 in the USA; but it has been in a sharp decline since then, nowadays ranking at 220. It retains a greater degree of popularity in the UK, however. Read More 

  • Dean

    Gender: M Love Dislike

    Dean may sound to some like a retro surfer boy name, but it is once again climbing up the popularity chart in the USA. For decades it was associated with Dean (born Dino) Martin; more recent... Read More 

  • Dorinda

    Gender: F Love Dislike

    Cinderella stepsister type Victorian-valentine name. Read More 

  • Frank

    Gender: M Love Dislike

    A Top 10 name from the 1880s until the 1920s, Frank has fallen from favor but still has a certain warm, friendly real-guy grandpa flavor that could come back into style, like other such choices as... Read More 

  • Grady

    Gender: M Love Dislike

    Following in the footsteps of popular brother Brady, Grady is another lively, ebullient Irish surname name. The O'Gradys (originally O Gradaugh) were an ancient clan that produced an impressive... Read More 

  • Harper

    Gender: F Love Dislike

    Harper is a red hot name for girls, having jumped from obscurity to near the top of the popularity list in less than a decade. Harper is a prime example of the trend of surnames that turn into... Read More 

  • Harvey

    Gender: M Love Dislike

    Following a huge revival in England, the U.S. has seemed to pick up on the Harvey trend -- it has risen five years in a row.

    Harvey previously had a respectable run as a Top 100 name in... Read More 

  • Hugo

    Gender: M Love Dislike

    Hugo, the Latin form of Hugh, has more heft and energy than the original -- and of course we love names that end (or begin, for that matter) with an o. This one is especially appealing because... Read More 

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