Are you a Disney fanatic? Do you still spend every weekend watching Disney movies? If yes, then why don’t you take your love for Disney to a whole new level by naming your baby after a Disney character? Isn’t that a great idea?
Baby names inspired by Disney summon positive memories. We’re sure movies like “Aladdin”, “Lion King”, “Beauty and the Beast” and Pinocchio” shaped your childhood. And not just the films, even the characters fascinate us. Disney characters exemplify kindness, morality and goodness, some wonderful personality traits that any parents would want their child to have. So today, we have compiled a list of 20 Disney inspired baby names from Disney cartoons and feature film. Have a look!
Top 10 Disney Inspired Baby Names For Girls:
Alice is the imaginative and curious protagonist of Lewis Carroll’s adaptation “Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland”. Alice is the short form of the French name Adelais. This classic and feminine name is perfect if you a
Amelia is one of the animal characters from the film “The Aristocrats”. She is a goose with a British accent. Amelia is one of the old-fashioned Disney character baby names that are coming out-of-the-attic. In fact, it is more popular now that it was in our Grandma’s days. The daring aviator Amelia Earhart is the inspiration behind the name.
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Ariel was once a popular male name but made a splash as a female name after the screening of the film “Little Mermaid”. Ariel is the protagonist of the movie and cartoon series “Little Mermaid”. The name Ariel is a variation of the French name Arielle. Shakespeare used the name Ariel for the spirit in “Tempest”.
Princess Aurora is the heroine of “Sleeping Beauty”. The name Aurora has a distinctly romantic vibe. In Roman mythology, Aurora was the goddess whose tears turn into the morning dew. Rory will make a peppy nickname for Aurora.
Belle, meaning lovely and beautiful is a perfect name for your little princess. In the world of Disney, Belle is the dreamy heroine of the film Beauty and the Beast”. Belle has an old-fashioned charm to it. It will also make a stylish middle name.
Celia is a snake-haired monster in Monster, Inc. The name Celia is delicate, energetic and sleek, all at the same time. Legends say that Shakespeare invented this name for his “As You Like It” character.
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Colette is the female chef from the film “Ratatouille”. She is tough, strict on the outside, gentle, and soft on the inside. Colette is the short form of Nicollet. Dylan McDermott selected this name for his daughter. Colette is also the last name of an iconic French novelist.
Daisy is the delicate girlfriend of Donald Duck. She even appeared in Toy Story 3 as an owner of some of the toys. Despite being an old-fashioned name, Daisy has a fresh feel to it. It is one of the most popular flower monikers of all time.
Giselle is the leading lady of the film “Enchanted”. She is a pure-hearted soul who finds difficult to come out of her fairy tale ideals in the New York City. The correct pronunciation of Giselle is “Gee-zah-Lah”. It sounds graceful. Giselle is also the name of the French ballet dancer and supermodel Gisele Bundchen.
Jane is the spirited and adventurous lead of the film “Tarzan”. Unlike today’s generation, we don’t find Jane plain at all. It is also a great middle name.