104 Disney baby names for boys and girls

Are you looking for a magical baby name for your little prince or princess?

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Disney baby names are a popular go to, and not only for die-hard fans. Many parents-to-be grew up with Belle, Minnie, Buzz and Tiana a staples in their childhood.

Choosing a baby name a tough task for any parent, and there's so much to think about: will it go with the surname? What will the initials be? Will it sit well with siblings? Some parents opt for unusual baby names, while others go for popular baby names, and some even go super-niche, like Bridgerton-inspired baby names, for example. No matter what you go for, remember it's your choice, and no one else's opinion really matters.

Disney baby names have long been a popular choice, with plenty of celebrities jumping on the trend and calling their bundles of joy after princesses, princes and even the odd dinosaurs... just look to Molly Mae and Tommy Fury who named their daughter Bambi. And new research conducted by OutdoorToys has analysed the number of babies named after popular Disney movie characters to determine which movies have inspired some of the most popular baby names in the UK - and we've got the best Disney baby names right here...

  1. Arlo (The Good Dinosaur)
  2. Alice (Alice in Wonderland)
  3. Hugo (The Hunchback of Notre Dame)
  4. Louis (The Princess and the Frog)
  5. Ralph (Wreck-It Ralph)
  6. Elliot (Pete's Dragon)
  7. Jasmine (Aladdin)
  8. Martha (High School Musical)
  9. Remy (Ratatouille)
  10. Gabriella (High School Musical)

The name 'Arlo' takes the top spot as the most popular Disney movie-inspired name, and is the name of the protagonist in the 2015 movie, The Good Dinosaur, who develops an unlikely friendship with a human boy. The name 'Arlo' is associated with a fearless, kind and strong character.

Ranking as the second most popular Disney movie-inspired name is 'Alice'.  According to Lewis Carroll, Alice is a trustful daydreamer and a wildly curious character. Her intense curiosity can often land her in precarious situations, but Alice handles these with a cloak of calmness.

'Hugo' scores third position, taking inspiration from The Hunchback of Notre Dame. Hugo forms part of a trio of gargoyles and is the most comical and flamboyant one of the three. Acting as Quasimodo's guardian, Hugo is described as protective, intelligent and optimistic.

Disney baby names for girls

  1. Abigail
  2. Daisy
  3. Marian
  4. Penny
  5. Alice
  6. Dory
  7. Marie
  8. Rapunzel
  9. Ariel
  10. Elsa
  11. Mary
  12. Tiger Lily
  13. Anastasia
  14. Fauna
  15. Megara
  16. Tiana
  17. Anna
  18. Flower
  19. Mirabelle
  20. Violet
  21. Aurora
  22. Flora
  23. Minnie
  24. Ursula
  25. Babette
  26. Giselle
  27. Moana
  28. Wendy
  29. Briar-Rose
  30. Jane
  31. Mulan
  32. Willow
  33. Celia
  34. Jasmine
  35. Nala
  36. Winifred
  37. Coral
  38. Lilo
  39. Pocahontas
  40. Zira
  41. Bambi
  42. Merida
  43. Kiara
  44. Colette
  45. Esmerelda
  46. Hera
  47. Jessie

Disney baby names for boys

  1. Abu
  2. Eric
  3. John
  4. Richard
  5. Alladin
  6. Flynn
  7. Luke
  8. Robin
  9. Arthur
  10. George
  11. Max
  12. Rufus
  13. Ben
  14. Gus
  15. Mickey
  16. Sebastian
  17. Bruno
  18. Harvey
  19. Milo
  20. Sven
  21. Christoper
  22. Hans
  23. Olaf
  24. Thomas
  25. Cody
  26. Hugo
  27. Oliver
  28. Tod
  29. Demetrius
  30. Jafar
  31. Pascal
  32. Toulouse
  33. Donald
  34. James
  35. Percy
  36. Victor
  37. Edgar
  38. Jasper
  39. Peter
  40. Zeus
  41. Baloo
  42. Chip
  43. Kristoff
  44. Marlin
  45. Mowgli
  46. Timon
  47. Eugene

If you're in need of more inspiration, we've got plenty more baby name lists for you to browse. From flower baby names and royal baby names to cute names and cool names too, there's something for everyone.

Ellie Hutchings
Family News Editor

Ellie is GoodtoKnow’s Family News Editor and covers all the latest trends in the parenting world - from relationship advice and baby names to wellbeing and self-care ideas for busy mums. Ellie is also an NCTJ-qualified journalist and has a distinction in MA Magazine Journalism from Nottingham Trent University and a first-class degree in Journalism from Cardiff University. Previously, Ellie has worked with BBC Good Food, The Big Issue, and the Nottingham Post, as well as freelancing as an arts and entertainment writer alongside her studies. When she’s not got her nose in a book, you’ll probably find Ellie jogging around her local park, indulging in an insta-worthy restaurant, or watching Netflix’s newest true crime documentary.