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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  • Hazel

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    When Julia Roberts named one of her twins Hazel in 2004, there was a great public outcry against "another one of those nutty celebrity names." But we didn't see why. Now that the old Hazel the... Read More 

  • Irene

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    Serene Irene, the name of the Greek goddess of peace, was hugely popular in ancient Rome and again in the United States a hundred years ago.

    One of the most Read More 

  • Isabelle

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    Isabelle and all her beautiful sisters have risen quickly through the ranks over the past decade or so to dominate their mother name, Elizabeth. Isabelle's a name about which everything is lovely,... Read More 

  • Isla

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    Isla is the name of a Scottish river, an island (spelled Islay), and the hot young red-haired actress Isla Fisher, wife of Sacha Baron Cohen. Isla is also among the fastest rising names in the US,... Read More 

  • Ithaca

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    The island home of Odysseus, and city site of Cornell University, sounds soft and pleasant enough to make it a candidate for babynamehood. Read More 

  • Janessa

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    This newly invented name is most likely a combination of Jane and Vanessa. Though it may not have as long of a history as more traditional names, Janessa has been a staple on the bottom half of... Read More 

  • Jasmine

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    Jasmine, a delicate and aromatic flower name, burst into popularity after the 1992 release of Disney's Aladdin, featuring Princess Jasmine -- highly unusual then for an animated... Read More 

  • Kathleen

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    Kathleen is the early Irish import version that came between Katherine and Kaitlin, and which hasn't been used in so long it's almost beginning to sound fresh again. It was a surprise pick by one... Read More 

  • Lacey

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    A unique combination of a surname feeling and real femininity, though the Laci Peterson case created some sadness around the name.

    The Laci, Lacie and Lacy spellings, meanwhile, have... Read More 

  • Leia

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    This spelling variation of Leya was popularized by the Star Wars films, but is still firmly in the US Top 1000 many years later. It broke into the Top 500 for the first time in 2015, probably... Read More 

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