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Princess baby names and what they mean, for princess, royal, with 101 results. These Princess names are from royal families with class, and are usually old, well-established names though in modern times there has been some break from tradition. Usage of these girl names was at its apex 135 years ago (usage of 10.2%) and is almost as widespread today (usage 8%, 22.1% less), but with names such as Kimberly falling out of fashion. The most trendy baby names here are Amelia (#12), Sadie (#52), Aurora (#79), Caroline (#62) and Leilani (#178), while Omelia (top 23%) and Arora (7%) are popular last names. Here is the list of Royal names for boys.

Princess names

Aaricia - Camilla | Caroline - Ermine | Fabiola - Juliana | Kalani - Perdita | Philomela - Yasmin | Zara

Aaricia - Camilla

Origin fr. Scandinavian. "Proud, distinguished and noble princess." Aricia is a slightly prominent birth name. See also Airicka.

.. was a German princess who accepted .. Common, and Adelaide, Adalaide, Aide (42%) are similar to popular last names Alcide (top 36%), Alcaide (23%), which also end with -ide. [Ada, Adalheid, Addalla, Adelia, Adelicia, Adell, Adelle, Adelynn, Alice, Delle, .. 48 more]

.. for the Ethiopian princess in Giuseppe .. Aide (upper 42%) and Aida (80%) occur commonly as last names. [Aeeda, Ayeeda, Iyeeda, .. 3 more]

.. married the Danish Princess Alexandra in .. Adoption of Alexandra, Alejandrina, etc. as girls' names in 2015 was 3.8% more than the previous year. [Alandra, Alastriona, Alejandrina, Alekanederina, Aleki, Aleksandra, Alessia, Alexa, Alexander, Alexandretta, .. 102 more]

Root fr. Arabic element. "Princess." Usage of Almera and variants as baby names in 2015 was up significantly compared to a decade ago. Feminine of Elmer .. [Allmeera, Almirah, Edelmira, Ellmeria, Elmyrah, Mera, Meera, Mirah, .. 17 more]

.. An 18th century Princess Amelia brought .. Aemelia, Aimiliona, Amalea, Amalee and Amaleta are more unconventional as variations of Amelia. [Aemelia, Aimiliona, Amalee, Amalita, Amaliya, Amelita, Amelyne, Amy, Delia, Em, .. 37 more]

From Arabic, Hebrew languages. "Princess; treetop, proverb, or sheaf of .. ." Amira, Amirah, etc. became more trendy in 2015, gaining +702 positions as girls' names with Amyra leading the rise. Feminine of Amir. [Ameera, Ameerah, Amirah, Amyra, Amyrah, .. 8 more]

.. massacre of the royal family, and .. A very familiar girls' name (#216 in 2015), Anastasia also exists frequently as a surname. [Ana, Anastasha, Anastashia, Anastasija, Anastasiya, Anastazia, Anasztaizia, Anasztasia, Annastasia, Anstass, .. 37 more]

An Ethiopian princess, the daughter of .. Andromeda is an unconventional women's name.

.. for the Eastern princess in Ibsen's .. Adoption of Laneetra and variants was common 45 years ago. [Laneetra]

Top 2000 baby names ranking of Princess names: Adelaide, Aida, Alexandra, Amelia, Amira

Top 2000 baby names ranking of Princess names: Anastasia, Anitra, Anne, Audrey, Aurora

Top 2000 baby names ranking of Princess names: Ava, Berenice, Camilla

.. name favored by royalty and commoners .. Anne has waned in popularity as a birth name circa 1910-1919. [Aine, Anabel, Anci, Anet, Anissa, Anke, Anki, Anna, Annice, Annie, .. 86 more]

Common name for princesses among the .. Aoibheanna and Aoibheanni are creative forms. [Aoibhe, .. 1 more]

.. and a warrior princess in ancient .. Outside Top 2000. [Aoibhe]

.. is a crown worn by royalty. Atara, Atera and Ateret were not Top birth names in 2015. [Atera, Ateret]

.. sixth century English princess also known .. Conventional, with usage of 0.493% for Audrey and variants as girls' names in 2015, though lower than 0.523% a year ago. [Audelia, Audene, Audrea, Audri, Audria, Audrie, Audrielle, Audrina, .. 9 more]

.. "Sleeping Beauty", the princess's name is .. Somewhat common as children's names, Aurea, Aurora, etc. are similar to the popular Arya. [Aurea, Ora, Rora, .. 4 more]

.. member of the Frankish royal family .. Avah and variants were favored 8 years ago and are almost as popular now, but with Avis becoming less fashionable. [Avah, Avlynn, .. 8 more]

Origin fr. Greek element. "Royal, regal." Basilia, Baseele, etc. are not often used as birth names. Feminine of Basil .. [Baseele, Baseelia, Basile, .. 9 more]

.. originated in the royal house of .. Bernie and forms were favored by parents a century ago. [Berenis, Berenise, Bernie, Bernise, .. 3 more]

.. Friend of royalty Camilla Parker Bowles. Usage of Camilla, Millee, etc. as baby names in 2015 was down 2.5% compared to a year ago. [Cam, Camala, Cami, Camillia, Camillie, Cammie, Cammille, Cammy, Cammylle, Camyll, .. 28 more]

Quick Reference

Summary Index of Princess names [and variants] for girls.

1. Aaricia - Camilla
Aaricia, Adelaide [58], Aida [6], Alexandra [112], Almera [25], Amelia [47], Amira [13], Anastasia [47], Andromeda, Anitra [1], Anne [96], Aoibheann [2], Aoife [1], Atara [2], Audrey [17], Aurora [7], Ava [10], Basilia [12], Berenice [7], Camilla [38]

Caroline [104], Cassandra [48], Cleopatra [7], Corona [3], Cressida [2], Cyrene [2], Dagmar, Danica [6], Daria [17], Diana [34], Earla [23], Edelmira, Edith [24], Eithne [11], Elmira [19], Eluned [11], Emma [27], Ena [2], Erlinda, Ermine [4]

Fabiola [1], Faith [7], Fidelma [1], Flora [31], Galiana, Gladys [9], Gormlaith [2], Grace [29], Grainne [4], Gustava [1], Heledd [1], Henrietta [27], Hilda [5], Iliana [10], Isolde [16], Itzel, Jahzara, Jane [93], Jasmine [34], Juliana [8]

Kalani [4], Keilani, Kendra [20], Kimberly [22], Leah [5], Lee [2], Leilani [1], Lorraine [13], Mafalda [1], Majesta [1], Marina [17], Melissa [31], Mendota, Mersera, Mildred [3], Moana, Nausicaa [1], Olga [5], Padme [1], Perdita

Philomela [1], Princess [5], Regan [5], Roxanne [22], Sadie [11], Saisha [1], Salamasina [1], Sally [10], Sarah [66], Sariah, Sarina [6], Semele [2], Sheherezade [4], Suri, Taisie [1], Vasilia [8], Victoria [31], Winifred [21], Xenia [10], Yasmin [10]

6. Zara

Zara [10]

Usage comparison for Princess names