Top 10 boys and girls baby names inspired by Disney
Who doesn’t love a Disney movie? There are some great names to inspire you there too
From the beginning of time - or at least the beginning of film - Disney movies have inspired names. We show no sign of tiring of Disney - or from calling our children after famous animated characters.
From princesses - Aurora, Ariel and Jasmine - to Elsa and Ana in Frozen, parents all over the world seem to love naming their little treasures after much loved Disney greats.
There’s the real age-old classics like Alice from Lewis Carroll’s great tale of adventure and Belle from Beauty and the Beast, as well as the more modern Alana and Ariel from The Little Mermaid and the gorgeous Nala from The Lion King.
Boys names can be derived from Disney classics as well, from solid characters like Christopher in the timeless Winnie the Pooh to the modern day favourites of Cars (Finn and Max), Up (Russell) and Toy Story (Rex and Andy).
If you are looking for different kinds of baby name inspiration or advice, be sure to check out Bounty.com for regional baby names, our top baby names or for some international inspiration see our baby names by origins.
1. Elsa (Frozen)
2. Tiana (Princess and the Frog)
3. Nala (The Lion King)
4. Amelia (The Aristocats)
5. Alana (Little Mermaid)
6. Ariel (Little Mermaid)
7. Aurora (Sleeping Beauty)
8. Belle (Beauty and the Beast)
9. Jasmine (Aladdin)
10. Alice (Alice in Wonderland)
1. Finn (Cars 2)
2. Max (Cars 2)
3. Milo (The Lost Empire)
4. Hugo (Hunchback of Notre Dame)
5. Oliver (Oliver & Company, animated spin on Oliver Twist)
6. Russell (Up)
7. Andy (Toy Story)
8. Christopher (Winnie the Pooh)
9. Rex (Toy Story)
10. Bruce (Finding Nemo)
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