116 Magical Disney Boy Names For Inspiration

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Disney Prince names like Philip from "Sleeping Beauty" to more modern heroes such as Naveen from "Princess and The Frog" are well known across the world for representing strength and humour.

Disney has created some magical male characters whose charisma we have loved on the big screen for years. If you're a Disney lover and on the search for the perfect name for your baby boy, Kidadl has you covered! Here is a list of 115 Disney character boy names, including the famous Disney princes and other strong male Disney characters. These baby names are a blast from the past, and you could just find the name you're looking for to suit your Disney baby.

Young boy dressed as a prince with a beaded crown and outfit.
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1) Abner (Home On The Range, 2004): Hebrew origin, meaning "father of light".

2) Aladdin (Aladdin, 1992): Arabic origin, meaning "nobility of faith".

3) Alameda (Home On The Range, 2004): Spanish origin, meaning "poplar grove".

4) Alfredo (Ratatouille, 2007): English origin, deriving from Alfred meaning "sage, wise".

5) Alistair (Big Hero 6, 2014): Scottish origin, meaning "defender of men".

6) Anton (Ratatouille, 2007): Latin origin, meaning "priceless".

7) Amos (The Fox and The Hound, 1981): Ancient Hebrew origin, meaning "carried by God".

8) Andy (Toy Story, 1995): Ancient Greek origin, derived from the name Andrew meaning "manlike" or "brave".

9) Apollo (Hercules, 1997): Greek origin, meaning "destroyer".

10) Arthur (The Sword in The Stone, 1963): Celtic origin, meaning "stone" and "bear".

11) Ben (Descendants, 2015): Hebrew origin, meaning "blessed" or "good speaker".

12) Bernard (The Rescuers, 1977): Germanic origin, meaning "brave, hardy".

13) Bill (Oliver & Company, 1988): English origin, deriving from the name William meaning "helmet".

Did You Know? Bill Syke's car in "Oliver & Company" says DOBRMAN on the license plate.

A still shot from Finding Nemo.
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14) Bruce (Finding Nemo, 2003): French and Scottish origin, meaning "from the brushwood".

15) Buzz (Toy Story, 1995): American origin, short for Busby.

16) Calhoun (Wreck-It-Ralph, 2012): Scottish origin, meaning "from the narrow wood".

17) Carlos (Descendants, 2015): Spanish origin, meaning "free man",

18) Chip (Beauty and The Beast, 1991): American origin, short for Charles meaning "free man".

19) Christopher (Winnie The Pooh, 1977): Greek origins, meaning "bearer of Christ".

20) Claude (The Hunchback of Notre Dame, 1995): Latin origin, meaning "limping".

21) Clayton (Tarzan, 1999): English origin, meaning "from the town on clay".

22) Cliff (Frozen, 2013): English origin, short for Clifford or Clifton meaning "forged by a cliff".

23) Copper (The Fox and The Hound, 1981): Latin origin, meaning "from Cyprus".

Did You Know? Tim Burton worked on the animation for "The Fox and The Hound", particularly on the character named Vixey.

The Mickey Mouse float at the Disneyland parade.

24) Darrel (Cars, 2006): English origin, meaning "darling".

25) Dash (The Incredibles, 2004): English origin, derived from Dashiell meaning "Heaven".

26) David (Lilo and Stitch, 2002): Hebrew origin, meaning "beloved".

27) Dmitri (Anastasia, 1997): Greek origin, meaning "devoted to".

28) Donald (The Little Wise Hen, 1934): Celtic origins, derived from Domhnall meaning "world-ruler".

29) Duke (Zootopia, 2016): American origins, meaning "leader".

30) Edward (Enchanted, 2007): English origin, meaning "guardian, protector".

31) Elliot (Pete's Dragon, 2016): English origin, meaning "bravely and truly".

32) Eric (The Little Mermaid, 1989): Norse origin, meaning "eternal ruler".

33) Ernesto (Coco, 2017): Spanish origin, meaning "serious".

34) Felix (Wreck-It-Ralph, 2012): Latin origin, meaning "happy, lucky".

Did You Know? Felix from "Wreck-It-Ralph" was originally meant to be the main character in this fun Disney movie that we now know for showing us the villain's point of view.

35) Filmore (Cars, 2006): English origin, meaning "very famous".

36) Finn (Cars 2, 2011): Irish origin, meaning "fair".

37) Finnick (Zootopia, 2016): English origin, derived from Fenwick meaning "marshland".

38) Flint (Treasure Planet, 2002): English origin, meaning "stream".

39) Flynn (Tangled, 2010): Irish origin, meaning "son of the red-haired one".

40) Fred (Big Hero 6, 2014): German origin, derived from the name Friedrich meaning "peace ruler".

41) Gaston (Beauty and The Beast, 1991): French origin, meaning "the guest".

Statue of Walt Disney and Mickey Mouse at Disneyland.
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Did You Know? "Beauty and The Beast" was the first animated film to be nominated for an Oscar.

42) Guido (Cars, 2006): Latin origin, meaning "guide".

43) Gus (Cinderella, 1950): Latin origin, deriving from the name Augustus meaning "great, magnificent".

44) Hades (Hercules, 1997): Greek origin, meaning "the unseen one".

45) Hans (Frozen, 2013): Scandinavian origin, meaning "gift from God".

46) Harry (Descendants 2, 2017): Germanic origin, meaning "home ruler".

47) Hector (Coco, 2017): Greek origin, meaning "holding fast".

48) Hercules (Hercules, 1997): Latin origin, meaning "glory of Hera".

Did You Know? The film "Hercules" is set in Ancient Greece but Hercules is actually the Roman version of the character's name, the original Greek being Heracles.

49) Hermes (Hercules, 1997): Greek origin, meaning "interpreter".

50) Hiro (Big Hero 6, 2014): Japanese origin, meaning "generous, prosperous".

51) Horace (101 Dalmations, 1961): Latin origin, derived from Horatius meaning "time".

52) Hudson (Cars, 2006): English origin, meaning "mind, heart, spirit".

53) Huey (Ducktales, 1987): German origin, meaning "bright in mind and spirit".

54) Jack (The Incredibles. 2004): English origin, derives from John meaning "God is Gracious".

55) Jafar (Aladin, 1992): Arabic origin, meaning "little stream".

56) James (Peter Pan, 2003): Hebrew origin, meaning "supplanter".

Did You Know? Captain James Hook and George Darling from "Peter Pan" are voiced by the same actor, Hans Conried.

57) Jasper (101 Dalmatians, 1961): Persian origin, meaning "spotted stone".

58) Jay (Descendants, 2015): Latin origin, derived from Gaius meaning "rejoice".

59) Jim (Treasure Planet, 2002): Hebrew origin, derived from James, meaning "supplanter".

60) John (Peter Pan, 2003): Hebrew origin, meaning "God is gracious".

61) Joshua (Atlantis: The Lost Empire, 2002): Hebrew origin, meaning "salvation".

62) Julio (Coco, 2017): Latin origin, meaning "youthful".

Did You Know? The Disney movie "Coco" is more popular in China than in any other country.

Shot from Coco movie.
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63) Juan (Coco, 2017): Spanish origin, meaning "God is gracious, graceful".

64) Kenai (Brother Bear, 2003): Native American origin, meaning "black bear".

65) Ken (Toy Story 3, 2010): Scottish origin, meaning "handsome".

66) Kocoum (Pocahontas, 1995): Native American origin, meaning "compassion, reliability".

67) Koda (Brother Bear, 2003): Native American origin, "little bear" or "the ally".

68) Kristoff (Frozen, 2013): Scandinavian origin, meaning "bearer of Christ".

69) Lawrence (Princess and The Frog, 2009): Latin origin, meaning "bright".

70) Li (Mulan, 1998): Chinese origin, meaning "pretty" or "powerful".

Did You Know? Li Shang from "Mulan" is one of the only two main male Disney Prince characters to not be born into royalty or become royal through marriage.

71) Ling (Mulan, 1998): Chinese origin, meaning "dawn".

72) Louis (Princess and The Frog, 2009): French origin, meaning "famous warrior".

73) Lucius (The Incredibles, 2004): Latin origin, meaning "bright light".

74) Luigi (Cars, 2006): Italian origin, meaning "famous warrior".

75) Lyle (Atlantis: The Lost Empire, 2002): French origin, meaning "island".

76) Mack (Cars, 2006): Irish origin, meaning "son".

77) Marlin (Finding Nemo, 2003): Welsh origin, meaning "sea fortress".

78) Max (The Little Mermaid, 1989): Latin origin, meaning "greatest".

79) Micheal (Peter Pan, 2003): Hebrew origins, meaning "he who is like God".

80) Mickey (Steamboat Willie, 1928): Hebrew origins, derived from Micheal meaning "he who is like God".

Did You Know? The iconic Mickey Mouse originally had the name Mortimer, but they changed it to Mickey because it's much sweeter.

Still of Mickey Mouse from Disney's Fantasia.
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81) Miguel (Coco, 2017): Spanish origins, meaning "he who is like God".

82) Milo (Atlantis: Lost Empire, 2001): Latin origin, meaning "soldier".

83) Naveen (The Princess And The Frog, 2009): Indian origin, meaning "creative, fresh, young".

84) Nick (Zootopia, 2016): Greek origin, derived from Nikolas meaning "victory of the people".

85) Olaf (Frozen, 2013): Norse origin, meaning "ancestor's descendant".

86) Oliver (Oliver & Company, 1988): French origin, meaning, "elf warrior"

87) Pascal (Tangled, 2010): French origin, meaning "born during Easter".

88) Percival (The Rescuers Down Under, 1977): French origin, meaning "pierce the valley".

89) Peter (Peter Pan, 2003): Greek origin, meaning "rock".

90) Phil (Hercules, 1997): Greek origin, derived from Philip meaning "fond of horses".

91) Phillip (Sleeping Beauty, 1959): Greek origin, meaning "fond of horses".

92) Phoebus (The Hunchback of Notre Dame, 1996): Greek origin, meaning "bright, radiant".

93) Randall (Monster's Inc, 2001): English origin, meaning "wolf" or "shield".

Did You Know? "Monster's Inc." is the only Disney-Pixar film from the 2000s to have animated bloopers.

The Pixar logo with characters standing around it.
Image © Pixar

94) Ramone (Cars, 2006): Spanish origin, meaning "protecting hands".

95) Ray (The Princess And The Frog, 2009): English origin, derived from Raymond meaning "beam of light".

96) Robert (Bob) (The Incredibles, 2004): Germanic origins, meaning "glory".

97) Roger (101 Dalmatians, 1961): Germanic origin, meaning "famed, spear".

98) Roscoe (Oliver & Company, 1988): Cornish origin, meaning "deer forest".

99) Sam (Home On The Range, 2004): Hebrew origin, derived from the name Samuel meaning "God has heard".

100) Sebastian (Little Mermaid, 1989): Latin origin, meaning "revered".

Did You Know? Sebastian the crab in "The Little Mermaid" was originally designed as a British butler crab with the name Clarence.

101) Shelby (Wall-E, 2008): English origin, meaning "willow".

102) Sid (Toy Story, 1995): English origin, derived from Sidney meaning "wide meadow".

103) Stefan (Sleeping Beauty, 1959): Greek origin, meaning "crowning glory".

104) Sullivan (Monster's Inc, 2001): Irish origin, meaning "hawk eyed".

105) Sven (Frozen, 2013): Scandinavian origin, meaning "young man".

106) Tadashi (Big Hero 6, 2014): Japanese origin, meaning "true".

107) Terence (Disney Faries, 2005) Latin origin, meaning "smooth".

108) Tito (Oliver & Company, 1988): Latin origin, meaning "saved".

109) Todd (The Fox and The Hound, 1981):  English origin, meaning "fox".

110) Vincenzo "Vinny" (Atlantis: Lost Empire, 2002): Latin origin, meaning "to conquer".

111) Wesley (Home On The Range, 2004): English origin, meaning "from the west meadow".

112) Wilbur (The Rescuers Down Under, 1977): German origin, meaning "brilliant".

Did You Know? "The Rescuers Down Under" was the first fully digitally animated movie which meant the team finished production about six months earlier than they expected.

113) Yao (Mulan, 1998): Chinese origin, meaning "brilliant" or "brightly shining".

114) Yu (Mulan, 1998): Chinese origin, meaning "jade".

115) Zeus (Hercules, 1997): Greek origin, meaning "sky" or "shine".

116) Zhou (Mulan, 1997): Chinese origin, meaning "boat".

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