Looking for a truly enchanting moniker for your little bundle of joy? You can’t get much more magical than one of these adorable Disney baby names! From the moment Snow White hit the screens all the way up to the latest big release, Moana, Disney movies have provided parents everywhere with inspiration for baby names. Here are some of our favorites for boys and girls!
Disney Baby Names for Boys & Girls
Featured Boys Names
Bernard– The origin of the name Bernard is German and means “strong, brave as a bear.” Bernard appeared several times in Disney media including the mouse in the movie The Rescuers and the head elf in the movies The Santa Clause and The Mrs. Clause. Popular people with the name Bernard include Vermont Senator Bernard Sanders and actor Bernard Hill.
Donald- The origin of the name Donald is Scottish and means “proud chief, ruler of the world.” Several Disney characters had the name Donald throughout the years including Donald Duck, Donald Davenport from Disney Channel show Lab Rats and Donald Stevens from Disney Channel show Even Stevens. Popular people with the name Donald include actor Donald Sutherland and baseball player Don Mattingly.
Oliver– The origin of the name Oliver is Latin and means “olive tree.” Oliver is the popular cat from the Disney movie Oliver & Company. Oliver Oaken is also the character in the Disney television show Hannah Montana. Popular people with the name Oliver include actor Oliver Platt and war hero Oliver Phelps.
Pierre– The origin of the name Pierre is Greek and means “rock.” It is a French variation of the name Peter. Pierre is famous for being the pet pig of Belle in the Disney movie Beauty and the Beast. Popular people with the name Pierre include inventor Pierre Lorillard and football player Pierre Garcon.
Sebastian– The origin of the name Sebastian is Latin and means “person from ancient city of Sebasta.” Sebastian is the cute little red crab from the Disney movie The Little Mermaid. Popular people with the name Sebastian include Formula One racer Sebastian Vettel and singer Sebastian Bach.
More Disney Baby names for boys include:
- Arthur (Sword & the Stone)
- Ben (Pocahontas)
- Edward (Enchanted)
- Eric (The Little Mermaid)
- Flynn (Tangled)
- Kenai (Brother Bear)
- Milo (Atlantis)
- Peter (Peter Pan)
- Phillip (Sleeping Beauty)
- Phoebus (The Hunchback of Notre Dame)
- Shang (Mulan)
- Taran (Black Cauldron)
Featured Disney Girls Names
Ariel– The name Ariel is of Hebrew origin and means “lion of God.” Ariel is the main character and princess in the Disney movie The Little Mermaid. Famous people with the name Ariel include actress Ariel Winter and supermodel Ariel Meredith.
Belle– The name Belle is of French origin and means “pledged to God.” Belle became popular as the main character in the Disney movie Beauty and the Beast. Belle is also a character in the Disney movie A Christmas Carol. Famous people with the name Belle include actress Belle Mitchell and Civil War heroine Belle Reynolds.
Daisy– The name Daisy is of French origin and means “flower.” Daisy is well-known in the Mickey Mouse cartoons as Daisy Duck, the girlfriend of Donald Duck. Famous people with the name Daisy include actress Daisy Ridley and celebrity chef Daisy Martinez.
Fantasia– The name Fantasia is of Greek origin and means “imagination.” Fantasia became popular in the 1940 movie Fantasia. Famous people with the name Fantasia include R&B singer Fantasia Barrino.
Minnie– The name Minnie is of Latin origin and means “of the mind, intellect.” Minnie became popular in the Mickey Mouse cartoons as the girlfriend of Mickey Mouse, Minnie Mouse. Famous people with the name Minnie include country comedienne Minnie Pearl and actress Minnie Driver.
More Disney baby names for girls include:
- Abby (Chicken Little)
- Alice (Alice in Wonderland)
- Amelia (Treasure Planet)
- Audrey (Atlantis)
- Aurora (Sleeping Beauty)
- Charlotte (The Princess and the Frog)
- Eilowny (The Black Cauldron)
- Esmeralda (The Hunchback of Notre Dame)
- Giselle (Enchanted)
- Lilo (Lilo and Stitch)
- Megara (Hercules)
- Penny (The Rescuers)
- Wendy (Peter Pan)
There are hundreds, if not thousands of characters in the Disney universe, although not all of them would work well for a baby name. I mean, it’s all a matter of personal preferences, but I can’t really see naming my child Big Mama (The Fox and the Hound) or Binkie Muddlefoot (Darkwing Duck). Maybe as a nickname!
Did you use a Disney baby name for your little one? Share your favorite below!