Name Meaning Origin Popularity Other Gender
Adela

Noble

German

Alanna

Precious; awakening

Polynesian

Alice

Of nobility

German

Andrina

Manly, virile

Greek

Anna

Gracious

Hebrew

Aquata

Water

Latin

Ariel

Lion of God

Hebrew

Arista

The best

Greek

Attina

Wise

Greek

Aurora

Goddess of dawn

Latin

Belle

Beautiful

French

Briar

Thorny bush of wild roses, brambles

English

Cinderella

Little ashes

French

Daisy

Daisy flower

English

Dot

Gift of God

Greek

Eilonwy

Deer

Welsh

Elena

Shining light

Greek

Elsa

God's promise; God is my oath

Hebrew

Esmeralda

Emerald

Spanish

Faline

Like a cat

Latin

Giselle

Pledge

French

Jane

God is gracious

Hebrew

Jasmine

Jasmine flower

Persian

Jessie

He sees

Hebrew

Kiara

Black

Irish

Leia

Weary one

Hebrew

Marian

A variant form, through the Old French, of Mary.

French

Megara

Grudge

Greek

Melody

Song

English

Merida

Victory of Augustus

Spanish

Minnie

A variant form of Mary.

Moana
Mulan

Wood orchid

Chinese

Nala

Successful

African

Pocahontas

Playful

Native American

Rapunzel

Plant

German

Rose

Rose flower

English

Sally

“The princess,” a diminutive form of Sarah.

Hebrew

Shanti

Peaceful

Indian (Sanskrit)

Shuri

Village

Japanese

Snow

Frozen Rain

English

Sofia

Wisdom

Greek

Tiana

Russian

Disney is a beloved part of childhood for many. With that in mind, it’s not a surprise that Disney princess names continue to enchant parents with their beauty and nostalgia. Each name invokes its own emotion, from elegance to bravery. With such a diverse offering, everyone has a Disney princess name to match their own style.

There are only twelve official Disney princesses, despite the franchise containing many crowned cuties in its collection. The Disney princess names include the beloved Snow White, whose snowy start makes for a darling yet daring name. With the rise in word names, Snow is certainly usable. Mulan and Moana are on the border of usability, as their movies are still fresh in people’s minds. While Tiana and Merida are also modern, they offer more flexibility. On the flip side, Pocahontas, Rapunzel, and Cinderella may be a bit too tied to their princess roots to work in the classroom. This leaves Jasmine, Ariel, Belle, and Aurora as your best bets for modern wear. Each are popular in their own right and aren’t always immediately linked to their Disney princess connection.

Unofficial Disney princess names are a goldmine of beauty. These include traditional princesses and unorthodox ones, but all make for darling Disney princess names in our book. Everyone knows Frozen’s Anna and Elsa, but do you remember Arista and Attina? They’re just two of Ariel’s sisters’ names, but they’re also princesses. They have an edgy sound with water princess vibes, and we’d love to see them more often. You can also find vintage-sounding Disney princess names, like Alice from Alice in Wonderland (who may not technically be a princess, but she’s still a strong female lead) and Minnie, as in Minnie Mouse.

Whether you opt for traditional Disney princess names or seek something else, we have them here for you to explore.