Disney names for pets

Fun disney names for puppies or pets includes names from Marvel. Palace Pets... pretty much anything you could find on Disney + was fair game.
  1. Abu
    • Andy
      • Archie
        • Origin:

          Diminutive of Archibald, Teutonic
        • Meaning:

          "truly brave"
        • Description:

          Archie made global news as the surprise first name of the newborn royal baby, son of the Duke and Duchess of Sussex aka Harry and Meghan. Archie has now officially transcended Archie Bunker and Riverdale's Archie to take the, um, throne as the quintessential retro nickname name.
      • Artemis
        • Origin:

          Greek
        • Meaning:

          "butcher"
        • Description:

          Although it could well sound masculine, Artemis was actually the Greek goddess of the moon, the equivalent of the Roman Diana. Also spelled Artemas and Artemus, this name has a mythological, historical, Three Musketeer-ish ring.
      • Arthur
        • Origin:

          Celtic
        • Meaning:

          " bear"
        • Description:

          Arthur, once the shining head of the Knights of the Round Table, is, after decades of neglect, now being polished up and restored by stylish parents, inspired perhaps by the new generation of royals. Arthur has led the list of possible names for the young British princes, chosen as a middle name for Prince Louis, son of William and Catherine, Prince and Princess of Wales.
      • Athena
        • Origin:

          Greek
        • Meaning:

          "from Athens"
        • Description:

          The given name Athena was derived from the city name Athens, which is of uncertain origins. In Greek mythology, Athena is the name of the daughter of Zeus who was the goddess of wisdom, warfare, handicrafts, mathematics, and courage, among others. She was the great patroness-goddess of the city of Athens. In the Odyssey, Homer describes her as 'sparkling-eyed Athena.'
      • Andalasia
        • Aurora
          • Bambi
            • Origin:

              Diminutive of Bambina, Italian
            • Meaning:

              "child; baby girl"
            • Description:

              Although Disney's cute deer was a male, Bambi has always been used for girls. It first appeared on the charts in 1943, the year after the Disney movie was released. Bambi featured in the Top 1000 from 1954-1964 — a decade where girl names ending in I, like Lori and Teri, were big — and again from 1977-1982.
          • Barbie
            • Origin:

              Diminutive of Barbara
            • Description:

              Despite the voluptuous doll's various career choices, from astronaut to doctor, her name still remains a euphemism for "bimbo".
          • Barley
            • Origin:

              English
            • Meaning:

              "grower or seller of barley"
            • Description:

              A bit too bad-boy (think bars, beer, Harley) for us, as well as being the name of a grain.
          • Belle
            • Origin:

              Short form of Isabelle or French
            • Meaning:

              "beautiful"
            • Description:

              Belle has nothing but positive associations, from "belle of the ball" to "Southern belle" to the heroine of Disney's Beauty and the Beast. As if this weren't enough good things, Belle is also one of the most familiar and usable names that mean beautiful. Though it has been overshadowed by the Twilight-influenced Bella and longer forms like Isabella and Annabella, Belle has its own Southern charm and would make a pretty choice as a first or middle name.
          • Bianca
            • Origin:

              Italian
            • Meaning:

              "white"
            • Description:

              Bianca, the livelier Italian and Shakespearean version of Blanche, has been chosen by many American parents since the 1990s, just as Blanca is a favorite in the Spanish-speaking community. Its meaning of white relates to snow, making it one of the prime names for winter babies.
          • Blaze
            • Origin:

              English word name
            • Meaning:

              "fire"
            • Description:

              Originally a form of the saint's name Blaise, though now more likely to be a hot word name used for both sexes, though heavily weighted toward the boys. It has been in the boys' Top 1000 since the year 2000.
              br>On the pop culture side of things, Blaze Bayley is a singer and musician who has been connected to the bands Wolfsbane and Iron Maiden.
          • Bonnie
            • Origin:

              Scottish
            • Meaning:

              "beautiful, cheerful"
            • Description:

              Bonnie is an adorable nickname name, heading back up the popularity list after a 50-year nap. A Top 100 girls' name throughout the rest of the English-speaking world, Americans are later to jump on the Bonnie bandwagon but now it's trending here too.
          • Boo
            • Origin:

              Word name or nickname
            • Description:

              Boo as a first name first achieved notoriety as the name of the child-man in Harper Lee's To Kill A Mockingbird. Arthur "Boo" Radley was meant to be frightening, but only in a simple, non-threatening way. More recently, Boo has been used as the middle name of one of chef Jamie Oliver's children and the nickname in the middle of television's Honey Boo Boo. Boo is also the name of the world's cutest dog and of the adorable little girl in Monsters Inc. In a more basic way, Boo is a term of endearment.
          • Boo
            • Origin:

              Word name or nickname
            • Description:

              Boo may have started out as a nickname for the male character Arthur "Boo" Radley in To Kill A Mockingbird and these days may be closely associated with another male Boo, the "world's cutest dog" or with the adorable little girl in Monsters, Inc.
          • Bruno
            • Origin:

              Germanic
            • Meaning:

              "brown"
            • Description:

              It’s ok, we can talk about Bruno now!

          • Bucky
            • Buster
              • Origin:

                Modern nickname
              • Description:

                An old-fashioned nickname in the Bud/Buzz/Biff mold; this one's kind of belligerent. Michelle Hicks and Jonny Lee Miller moved outside the box when they used it for their son--given the safer middle name of Timothy.