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Fictional Princess Names

Fictional princess names -- from fairy tales to modern cartoons -- are well-known to little girls, most of whom would be delighted to have one for her very own. Here, the wide range of fictional princess names.
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  • Luna

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    This strong but shimmery moonstruck name has been growing in popularity, undoubtedly influenced by the Harry Potter character Luna Lovegood. From 2010 to 2012, it quickly jumped 119 places. It had ... Read More 

  • Marie

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    Marie sounds more dated than either Mary or Maria, though it once rivaled both. Even its days as a widely-used middle name have passed. The freshest way to use Marie today may be as the first part... Read More 

  • Merida

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    You'll probably be hearing more of this name thanks to the newest Pixar film, featuring Princess Merida, the first Pixar princess--a feisty, athletic, independent medieval Scottish girl with wild r... Read More 

  • Mignonette

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  • Millie

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    Millie is fashionable again in London and Wales, where it's Number 35, and especially in Scotland where's it's reached Number 11, and a possibility here for parents who like the offbeat, frilly, an... Read More 

  • Moanna

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    In the 2006 film Pan's Labyrinth , Moanna is the exotic name of a Spanish princess. Read More 

  • Myrcella

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  • Odette

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    Odette is the good swan in Tchaikovsky's ballet Swan Lake , a role for which Natalie Portman won an Oscar ---and it would make a particularly soigne, sophisticated yet upbeat choice, unlike some o... Read More 

  • Ozma

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    Princess Ozma was the leading character of L. Frank Baum's book Ozma of Oz . Read More 

  • Padme

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