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Top Names that mean 'Queen'

Name meanings related to queens — or kings or princes or royalty of any kind — are fashionable right now. Here are all the names that mean queen on Nameberry. The top names below rank among the current US Top 1000 Baby Names and are ordered by popularity. Unique names rank below the Top 1000 and are listed alphabetically.

For more names with meanings that relate to royalty, browse our list of Names That Mean Ruler or Royal.
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ReginaHeart

  • Origin:

    Latin
  • Meaning:

    "queen"
  • Description:

    A classic name with regal elegance--Queen Victoria, like other queens, had Regina appended to her name. She was a Top 100 name in the 1960s.

ReinaHeart

  • Origin:

    Spanish, Yiddish or Japanese
  • Meaning:

    "queen; pure; wise"
  • Description:

    An appellation for the Virgin Mary, "Queen of the apostles." After three years off the US popularity charts, Reina rejoined the list in 2014, though it lags behind alternate spellings Raina, Rayna, and Reyna. It is also used in Yiddish and in Japanese.

TianaHeart

  • Origin:

    Slavic
  • Meaning:

    "fairy queen"
  • Description:

    Tiana gained a lot of popularity after Disney bestowed this pretty name upon its first African-American princess. Although it has declined in usage over recent years, Tiana’s connections to dainty Tatiana, Christiana and Bastiana should see it in continued usage for a while to come

RainaHeart

  • Origin:

    Slavic and German variation of Regina
  • Meaning:

    "queen"
  • Description:

    Strong and solid, with a touch of foreign intrigue, it's the most popular of the rain-related names, with a variety of pronunciations—RAY-na, rah-EE-na, or RY-na. Alternate spellings Reyna and Rayna currently rank higher in the US.
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