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Fictional Princess Names

  1. PeachHeart
    • Origin:

      Fruit name
    • Description:

      Peach is one of those names that, a generation ago, would have been placed in the wacky celebrity baby name category. But now with the proliferation of word, nature, and yes, food names, Peach sounds adorably baby-ready.
  2. AmidalaHeart
    • Origin:

      Italian
    • Meaning:

      "beautiful flower"
    • Description:

      An attractive enough name, but for die-hard Star Wars fans only.
  3. Briar roseHeart
    • Origin:

      Literary name
    • Description:

      We give Briar Rose its own page thanks to the down-to-earth name of Princess Aurora, aka Sleeping Beauty. Rachel Bilson and Hayden Christensen named their newborn daughter Briar Rose, but we like Briar and Rose better when used separately. Read more about Briar Rose and other Disney Princess Names in our featured blog.
  4. CinderellaHeart
    • Origin:

      French
    • Meaning:

      "little ash-girl"
    • Description:

      One familiar name never used for real people, for obvious reasons. Read more about Cinderella and other Disney Princess Names in our featured blog.
  5. MyrcellaHeart
    • Origin:

      Variant of Marcella
    • Description:

      One of the many faux-Medieval names invented by George R.R. Martin for his A Song of Ice and Fire series of books, the source of HBO's Game of Thrones. Princess Myrcella Baratheon is the daughter of Cersei Lannister and (secretly) her brother Jaime. Their younger brother Tyrion sends her to Dorne to be married to the Dornish prince Trystane Martell to seal an alliance between the two houses.
  6. PadmeHeart
    • Origin:

      Modern invented name
    • Description:

      Padmé Amidala, played by Natalie Portman, was one of the main characters in the Star Wars prequels, the mother (with Anakin Skywalker) of Luke and Leia. Enough time may have passed for it to be conceivable as a first name IRL.
  7. MignonetteHeart
    • IthacaHeart
      • Origin:

        Place-name
      • Description:

        The island home of Odysseus, and city site of Cornell University, sounds soft and pleasant enough to make it a candidate for babynamehood.
    • Snow whiteHeart
      • Origin:

        Literary name
      • Description:

        Snow definitely works as a name; White, not so much. And Snow White, please don't. Read more about Snow White and other Disney Princess Names in our featured blog.
    • OzmaHeart
      • Origin:

        Literary invention
      • Description:

        Princess Ozma was the leading character of L. Frank Baum's book Ozma of Oz.
    • YueHeart
      • MulanHeart
        • Origin:

          Chinese
        • Meaning:

          "magnolia"
        • Description:

          Mulan comes from a Chinese mythological ballad, in which Mulan disguises herself as a man to take the place of her father in war. The 1998 Disney movie of the same name was based on this legend. Read more about Mulan and other Disney Princess Names in our featured blog.
      • PocahontasHeart
        • Origin:

          Algonquin
        • Meaning:

          "playful one"
        • Description:

          Seen from our vantage point, Pocahontas is a name that will please no one. It's sure to invite playground mockery, and parents without Algonquin ancestry will be engaging in cultural appropriation. In certain circles, the 1995 Disney movie still stirs up bad blood. The name doesn't even present any obvious nickname possibilities to hide behind.
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