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  1. #1
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    Princess-y Names For Girls

    Thoughts on these names? Are they princess-y names?

    Anastasia
    Lauren
    Laura
    Nadia
    Penelope
    Cassia
    Marlowe
    Cecelia
    Juniper
    Zoey

    What other girl names would you classify as princess-y names?
    Leo Anthony or Maggie Antonia

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    Anastasia: This name is okay, But I myself would not use it! It is princess like though.
    Lauren: Very nice I really like this name. For some reason I prefer the Lauryn spelling and the other Loren spelling.
    Laura: I love the name Laura! I makes me think of Laura Ingalls Wilder from Little House On The Prairie! I love that TV show.
    Nadia: I don't like this name though not my taste!
    Penelope: It's okay.
    Cassia: Not a fan.
    Marlowe: Not a fan.
    Cecelia: I prefer Celia!
    Juniper: Not my taste.
    Zoey: Nope, Not my taste either.
    Jonathan Michael ~ Lucas Daniel ~ Mark Alexander ~ Luke Spencer ~ River Jeffrey ~
    Corey Dean ~ Judd Harlow ~ Emilio Reid ~ Emerson Paul ~ Lane Oliver ~
    Hayden David ~ Ralph Winston.


    Heather Michele ~ Haley Josephine ~ Mallory Louise ~ Ashley June ~ Dakota May ~
    Michelle Elizabeth ~ Christina Jean ~ Summer Rose ~ Everly Claire ~ Carol Anne ~
    Joan Elise ~ Liberty April.

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    Princessy indeed: Anastasia, Nadia, Penelope, Cassia, Cecelia

    Not so much: Lauren, Laura, Marlowe, Juniper, Zoey

    I think there are two types of princess names: names actually used by monarchy throughout history (Anne, Elizabeth, Mary, etc) and names that sound elaborately feminine/like fictional princesses. It's more fun to suggest the latter kind, so here goes:

    Adela
    Alessandra
    Cassiopeia
    Cornelia
    Evelina
    Iphigenia
    Mariel
    Mirabelle
    Oriana
    Rosaline
    Roxana
    Seraphina
    g w e n

    Beatrix Odette Coraline Celia
    Jett Zephyr Prosper Emrys

    Viola Belphoebe Esmé Leocadia Cosima Vale Cleo Iphigenia
    Dash Apollo Madoc Orion Emmett Orlando Kieran August

    Sancia Blue ⋆ Saffron Emilia ⋆ Opal Isadora ⋆ Celia Belle ⋆ Finn Azriel ⋆ Mars Auberon
    v o t e

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    Quote Originally Posted by babynameaholic View Post
    Thoughts on these names? Are they princess-y names?

    Anastasia
    Lauren
    Laura
    Nadia
    Penelope
    Cassia
    Marlowe
    Cecelia
    Juniper
    Zoey

    What other girl names would you classify as princess-y names?
    Anastasia, Cecilia, Cassia and Penelope have princess-y feel. You do know there was real medieval princess named Cecily of York? Cecily definitely screams princess.

    You probably wouldn't like it, but Cassiopeia has strong princess feel.
    Anastasia Dulcie, Arthur Sylvan, Aurora Millicent, Cecily Helena, Charlotte Griselda, Cressida Blanche, Cvijeta Beatrice, David Frederick, Dorothea Giselle, Edmund Ludwig, Edward Godfrey, Emil Orpheus, Erik Amadeus, Flora Isabella, Freya Gwenllian, Gareth Florian, Juliet Sunniva, Lewis Dorian, Magnus Roland, , Matilda Gersemi, Melody Isolde, Percy Beowulf, Robin Lysander, Rosalyn Amoret, Rosamund Paisley, Seraphina Thisbe, Tristan Harley, Wesley Dimitri

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    The only ones I really see as 'princessy' are Anastasia, Cassia and Cecelia.

    Other 'princessy' names:
    Anja
    Alyssa
    Arabella
    Arianell
    Aurora
    Esmeralda
    Evangeline
    Fenella
    Giselle
    Isabella
    Isadora
    Mirabelle
    Natalia
    Odette
    Octavia
    Valentina
    Victor | Ephraim | Phineas

    Trudy | Marceline | Freda

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