Royal Baby Names

Royal baby names are those used by royal families in recent years. The royal names here include those used by British royal parents as well as those from other countries throughout Europe, including Spain, the Netherlands, and Sweden. Many of the names of contemporary royal children have been used by royal families over the centuries, while some are newcomers to the royal name lexicon. Royal baby names include:

  • Joachim

    Gender: M LoveDislike

    Joachim is an undiscovered biblical name with potential, although most modern parents would probably prefer the more lively Spanish version, Joaquin. Like many Old Testament names, it was... Read More 

  • Juan

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    Juan, the Spanish version of John, is ubiquitous in the Spanish-speaking world, and is familiar to all ethnicities via such references as Don Juan and San Juan.

    Juan has countless... Read More 

  • Laetitia

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    Laetitia adds a layer of ancient patina to the more prosaic LETITIA.Read More 

  • Leah

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    For several years now, this serene and gentle biblical name has been gaining a considerable following. Many use Leah as a less common alternative to Sarah or Hannah, Rebecca or Rachel. ... Read More 

  • Leonor

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  • Louise

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    Louise has for several decades now been seen as competent, studious, and efficient—desirable if not dramatic qualities. But now along with a raft of other L names, as well as cousin... Read More 

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  • Luana

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    The kind of vaguely exotic-sounding name used for Polynesian maidens in early movies. Read More 

  • Luisa

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    Louise and Louisa have been put into the Exoticizer to produce this pretty and more unusual version, Luisa.Read More 

  • Maria

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    As a highly popular girls’ name in all Spanish-speaking countries, this saintly Latin variation of Mary is more likely to be an ethnic name, though... Read More 

  • Maud

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    Maud, lacy and mauve-tinted, was wildly popular a hundred years ago, but has been rarely heard in the past fifty. Some stylish parents are starting to choose Maud again, especially as a middle.... Read More 

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