Pixar Baby Names

Pixar has a knack for developing characters you can't help but love, Mike Wazowski anyone? Not only does Pixar create some unforgettable characters, but Pixar names can be lovable as baby names too! Here's a list of some of the more interesting character names from Pixar films:
  • Flora

    Gender: F LoveDislike

    Flora, the name of the Roman goddess of flowers and spring, who enjoyed eternal youth, is one of the gently old-fashioned girls' flower names we think is due for a comeback--alongside cousins Cora... Read More 

  • Francis

    Gender: M LoveDislike

    Since this was the name chosen by the current Roman Catholic pope, Francis has come into the spotlight.

    The name, which was in the Top 10 at the turn of the last century, has been... Read More 

  • Gordan

    Gender: M LoveDislike

  • Gypsy

    Gender: F LoveDislike

    Gypsy, long associated with the intellectual stripper Gypsy Rose Lee and the musical that was made about her life, was used by Drea de Matteo and Shooter Jennings as the middle name of their... Read More 

  • Hamish

    Gender: M LoveDislike

    Just as Seamus/Seumus is Irish for James, Hamish is the Scottish form — one that's not often used here, but still redolent of Olde Scotland. If you're ready to go further than Duncan and... Read More 

  • Harris

    Gender: M LoveDislike

    Harris is your name when Harrison is too much, but Harry isn't enough. Read More 

  • Hubert

    Gender: M LoveDislike

    A name that sounds so old-fashioned some parents out there might conceivably find it quirky enough for a comeback, along with other one-time fuddie-duddies like Oscar and Homer.

    Along... Read More 

  • Jessie

    Gender: F LoveDislike

    Jessie has never been used as much as Jennie/Jenny, partly because it's a boys' name as well (spelled Jesse), but it does have a friendly and unpretentious pioneer feel. In Scotland, it's found as... Read More 

  • Lalo

    Gender: M LoveDislike

  • Lizzie

    Gender: F LoveDislike

    Lizzie was commonly used as an independent name in the last half of the nineteenth century. Today Lizzie is still one of the most stylish short forms of Elizabeth, but few U.S. parents put it on... Read More 

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