Bow Down: 70 Elegant Names That Mean Princess

It is an obvious truth that young little girls love princesses. It seems to be a universal dream for them to become one. From fancy dresses to glittery accessories, everything is princess-like. There will be times that they would want to paint their wall pink or study hard to earn a princess doll from you as a reward. They would ask you to read them the story of the princess over and over again, and still act like it is the first time they hear it.

All these feelings of excitement and thrill may double up as you give them the royal names they truly deserve. Check out these stylish and classy princess-related names for your sophisticated little darling.

1. Sarai

Of Hebrew origin, Sarai is a female name that means “princess”. It was the name of the wife of Abraham in the Old Testament.

2. Jasmine

Jasmine is a Persian girl’s name signifying “gift from God”. In the 1992 American animated Disney film, Aladdin, Jasmine was the name of the independent and rebellious princess of the kingdom of Agrabah.

3. Andromeda

The feminine name Andromeda is of Greek origin translating to “leader of humankind”. It was the name used by the princess of Ethiopia in Greek mythology, who was chained to a rock as a sacrifice to satisfy the sea monster, Cetus. The name was also given to the nearest large galaxy to the Milky Way.

4. Anne

Anne is a Hebrew name that implies “favor” or “grace”. Anne, Princess Royal, is a member of the British royal family who is known as the only daughter of Queen Elizabeth II and Prince Philip.

5. Kala

Kala is the Hawaiian variation of Sarai, which stands for “princess” or “lady-like”. A popular Filipino band that blends funk, nu-disco, acid jazz, electronic, and rock music was named Kala.

6. Aurora

Aurora is a Latin name meaning “dawn”. It was the name of the princess in the 1959 Disney animated feature film, Sleeping Beauty. Together with Snow White and Cinderella, Aurora is one of the three original Disney princesses.

7. Sofia

Sofia is a feminine name of Greek origin that translates to “wisdom”. It was the name of a former model and television contestant, now a princess who belongs to the Swedish royal family.

8. Adalinda

Adalinda is a German female name referring to a “dragon princess”.

9. Belle

Of French origin, Belle is a girl’s name that stands for “beautiful”. Belle was the name of the fifth Disney princess who starred in the 1991 Disney film, Beauty and the Beast.

10. Elizabeth

We are all aware that Elizabeth II was UK’s longest-serving monarch who reigned for 70 years, but also know that before she became a queen, she was once a princess.

11. Kiana

Of Irish origin, Kiana is a name suitable for girls, which translates to “princess” or “divine”. A notable character who uses the name is the Canadian actress, Kiana Madeira.

12. Merida

The Latin name Merida is a feminine name referring to the “one who has achieved high honor”. In the 2012 Disney-Pixar film, Brave, the main protagonist is a Scottish princess named Merida. She was considered the eleventh Disney princess, and the first princess ever created by Pixar.

13. Caroline

Caroline is a girl’s name with French and German roots, implying “free woman”. Princess Caroline of Monaco became the princess of Hanover by her marriage to Prince Ernst August.

14. Camilla

Camilla is a female name of Roman origin meaning “helper to the priest” or “princess warrior”. In Roman mythology, it was the name of the warrior who helped King Turnus fight against the Trojan hero, Aeneas.

15. Ariel

Ariel is a Hebrew name for girls, which stands for “lion of God”.In the 1989 Disney film The Little Mermaid,  Ariel was the name of the mermaid princess of Atlantica, who sacrificed her voice to be with her human love interest, Eric.

16. Helena

Helena is a Greek feminine name translating to “shining light”. It was the name given to a princess of the kingdom of Schleswig-Holstein, Princess Helena Victoria, who remained unmarried until her death.

17. Aricia

Aricia is a girl’s name of Greek origin that means “the princess of the royal blood of Athens”.

18. Tiana

Tiana is a Russian name referring to “princess”. In the 2009 Disney film The Princess and the Frog, Tiana was a hardworking waitress who became a princess through her marriage to Prince Naveen.

19. Louise

Primarily a female name, Louise is a French name meaning “renowned warrior”. A notable character who used the name was a princess of the United Kingdom who was a strong proponent of the arts and higher education and the feminist cause.

20. Saina

Commonly used by girls, Saina is a name of Greek origin that stands for “princess”.

21. Anna

Anna is a Latin name for girls, which means “favor”, “grace”, or “beautiful”. In the Disney film, Frozen, Anna is depicted as the princess of the fictional Scandinavian kingdom, Arendelle.

22. Margaret

Of Greek origin, Margaret is a feminine name that pertains to “pearl”. Princess Margaret, former countess of Snowdon, was the younger sister and only sibling of Queen Elizabeth II.

23. Sadie

If you are looking for a princess-related name for your little royalty, Sadie is an elegant name of Hebrew origin translating to “princess”.

24. Cinderella

Cinderella is an English name that pertains to “little ashes”. It was the name of the second official Disney princess.

25. Charlotte

The French name Charlotte is a female name meaning “free woman”. Princess Charlotte of Wales is the second child and only daughter of Prince William and Princess Catherine.

26. Eréndira

Eréndira is a Spanish name that signifies “she who smiles”. It was the name of the princess of Purépecha from 1503 to 1529.

27. Pocahontas

Pocahontas was the name of the first native American Disney princess and the first one to be based on a real historical figure.

28. Beatrice

Of Latin and Italian origins, the female name Beatrice implies “she who brings happiness” or “blessed”. A princess and a member of the British royal family was named Beatrice.

29. Maelie

Maelie is a girl’s name of Breton origin that translates to “princess”.

30. Mulan

Mulan is a Chinese name for women referring to “wood orchid”. Mulan was the name of the eighth Disney princess.

31. Eugenie

Of Greek origin, Eugene is a feminine name that stands for “well-born” or “noble”. Eugenie is the name of the 32-year-old princess and granddaughter of the late Queen Elizabeth II.

32. Gladys

Gladys is a girl’s name of Welsh origin meaning “royalty” or “princess”. In the Hebrew Bible, it means “God’s princess”.

33. Elsa

The German name Elsa is a feminine name that signifies “consecrated to God” and “noble”. Before Elsa became the queen of Arendelle, she was first introduced as a princess and an heiress to the throne in the 2013 American musical fantasy film, Frozen.

34. Alexandra

Alexandra is a Greek name for girls, referring to “defender of man” or “protector of man”. Princess Alexandra is a working member of the British royal family and a first cousin of the late Queen Elizabeth II.

35. Sarah

Sarah is a Hebrew girl’s name that translates to “princess”. It is a diminutive of Sarai.

36. Rapunzel

Rapunzel is a feminine name of German origin implying “rampion” or “lamb’s lettuce”. In the 2010 American musical fantasy film, Tangled, Rapunzel was the name of the lost princess of the kingdom of Corona. She is the tenth official Disney princess known for her long, magical, golden hair.

37. Sibylla

The Greek female name Sibylla means “prophetess” or “oracle”. It was also the name of the mother of the current king of Sweden, Carl XVI Gustaf.

38. Izella

Izella is an American name that pertains to “devoted princess”. Zel or Izel can be a stylish nickname for this name.

39. Olga

Olga is a girl’s name of Scandinavian origin translating to “blessed” and “successful”. Born in 1950, Princess Olga Andreevna Romanoff is a Russian princess and descendant of the House of Romanov who was elected in 2017 to be the president of the Romanov Family Association.

40. Diana

Of multiple origins, Diana is a  feminine name meaning “divine”. Princess Diana of Wales was a member of the British royal family best known for her charitable work. She is the epitome of grace, elegance, and glamour.

41. Revika

Revika is an English name fitting for your little lady royal, which stands for “princess” or “of sun rays”.

42. Orla

Orla is a female name of Irish origin referring to “golden princess”.

43. Maud

Of Old German origin, Maud is a name suitable for women, meaning “powerful battler”. Princess Maud of Wales was the youngest daughter of King Edward VII and Queen Alexandra of the United Kingdom.

44. Damita

Damita is a Spanish name meaning “baby princess” or “little noblewoman”.

45. Saija

The Finnish name Saija is a name commonly used by girls, which implies “princess”. You can use the three-letter Sai as a cute nickname.

46. Azmik

Azmik is a Muslim feminine name that translated to “princess”.

47. Alice

Alice is a classic German name implying “exalted” or “noble”. Alice Maud Mary of Saxe-Coburg and Gotha was once a princess of the United Kingdom before she became the grand duchess of Hesse through marriage.

48. Yseult

The German female name Yseult means “princess” or “fair lady”.

49. Shari

Shari is an Anglo-Saxon name that stands for “princess” or “darling”. It is the anglicization of Sari.

50. Marie

Marie is a Latin name signifying “from the sea” or “star of the sea”. Princess Marie is a current member of the Danish royal family and the second wife of Prince Joachim of Denmark.

51. Rahni

Rahni is a feminine name of Sanskrit origin that refers to “princess”. In India, it means “a queen”.

52. Alexandrine

Alexandrine is a Greek name for girls, which implies “to defend” or “to protect”. It was the name of the oldest daughter of the German crown prince, Wilhem, and Cecilie of Mecklenburg-Schwerin.

53. Eadlin

Of Anglo-Saxon origin, Eadlin is a female name translated to “princess”.

54. Suri

Suri is another variant of the Hebrew name, Sarah. It stands for “princess”.

55. Quille

The English name Quille means “princess” or “the god of feminine powers”.

56. Augusta

Augusta is a girl’s name of Latin origin signifying “great” o “magnificent”. Augusta of Saxe-Gotha became a princess of Wales when she married the prince of Wales, Frederick.

57. Deoch

Deoch is a Celtic feminine name usually given to girls. It translates to “mythical princess of Munster”.

58. Fazaid

The female name Fazaid is of Arabic origin referring to ‘princess”, “love”, or “bliss”.

59. Gormlaith

Gormlaith is a name for girls of Gaelic origin, which pertains to “blue princess”.

60. Frederica

Frederica is a name of German origin meaning “peaceful ruler”. Princess Frederica of Hanover was the eldest daughter of King George V of Hanover. Moreover, she was the mother of the last Greek king, Constantine II.

61. Sera

Sera is a diminutive of Sarah. It is of Hebrew origin that stands for “princess”.

62. Salla

The Finnish name Salla is a name suitable for girls. It means “princess”.

63. Lilibet

Lilibet is a Hebrew name translating to “God is my oath”. It was the name given to the one-year-old princess and daughter of Prince Harry and Meghan of Sussex.

64. Zadie

Zadie is a cooler version of the Hebrew name, Sadie. It also means “princess”.

65. Tzeitel

Commonly used by girls, Tzeitel is a Yiddish name that signifies “princess”.

66. Orlaith

Of Irish origin, Orlaith is a female name that stands for “golden princess”.

67. Mary

Mary is of Greek origin meaning “beloved”. Mary is the name of the crown princess of Denmark.

68. Sura

Sura is a girl’s name of multiple origins, which means “brave”, “princess”, “to travel by night”, or “grey”.

69. Amelia

Amelia is the English variant of Amalia implying “work”. Princess Amelia was the last child of King George III of the United Kingdom and his wife Charlotte of Mecklenburg-Strelitz.

70. Putri

Putri is an Indonesian name for girls meaning “princess” or “daughter”.

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