79 Names That Mean Queen For Your Princess

Emily Munden
Feb 16, 2024 By Emily Munden
Originally Published on Aug 25, 2020
Edited by Sarah Hallam
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If you're looking for a name for your new baby that's fit for a royal, then we've got a list that reigns supreme. When you first meet your precious new baby, and she's every bit the princess you imagined, you need a name that can match her royal air.

For a baby girl who is destined to grow into a strong, powerful female leader, this list of classic, elegant and unique queen names is sure to give your child a fierce start. From well-known popular queen name Sarah, and all of the variations, to Juno, the Queen of the Wolves, we've found queen names to suit a whole range of different styles. Check out our exciting names that mean queen for the newest royal baby on the block.

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Ancient Names That Mean Queen

These stunning ancient names hark back to times of old.

1.Berenice - Greek origin, after the wife of King Ptolemy 1.

2.Diona - English origin, from wife of Zeus and Greek goddess and queen.

3.Dione - Greek origin, from the mother of Aphrodite.

4.Erica - Norse origin, this name comes from the name Eric, which means Eternal Ruler.

5.Juno - Latin origin, which means the Queen of the Wolves or Queen of the Heavens.  

6.Malka -  Hebrew origin, means Queen.

7.Milcah - Hebrew origin, another version of the beautiful name Malka.

8.Mira - Latin origin, a name for a peaceful baby girl, as it means admirable, peace, and female ruler.

9.Proserpine - Roman origin, meaning Queen of the Underworld.

10.Rani - Latin origin, meaning she that is like a Queen.

11.Reggie - Latin origin, this baby name means Abundant Ruler.

12.Regina - Latin origin, which means Queen who Rules.

13.Victoria - Latin origin, meaning Goddess of Victory, the name of the British queen.

Queen Names from Around the World

If you're looking further afield than British names for your inspiration, these worldly choices are fit for royalty.

14.Amirah - Arabic origin, this beautiful queen baby name means ruler.

15.Ashanti - African origin, this regal name means undefeated, divine and peace.

16.Contessa - Italian origin, this name means countess, or royalty.

17.Federica - Italian origin, this is one of the prettiest girl names on our list, for a  Peaceful Ruler.

18.Fritzi - German origin, the perfect name for a peaceful queen or ruler.

19.Iolani - Hawaiian origin, this name means Hawk of Royalty.

20.Iphigenia - Greek origin, for baby girls who are of Royal Birth.

21.Kahina - Arabic origin, meaning soothsayer, for a powerful, calming queen.

22.Ketevan - Georgian origin, meaning Queen of the House.

23.Malika - Arabic origin, meaning Master of Queens.

24.Rainy - American origin, means queen, and abundant blessings.

25.Rana - Arabic and Norse origin, this is one of our favourite girl names that mean queen.

26.Reina - Spanish origin, after the Spanish queen.

27.Roderica - German origin, this means Renowned Ruler.

28.Saowanee - Thai origin, after the Queen of Thailand.

29.Semiramis - Assyrian origin, named after the Queen of Assyria.

30.Thailah - Thai origin, this name means queen.

31.Thema - African origin, which means queen.

32.Tiana - Russian origin, means Fairy Queen, made popular as Disney's first African-American princess

English Queen Names

For quintessentially English baby girls, these classic beauties are sure to turn heads.

33.Belphoebe - Fictional origin, from Edmund Spenser's poem 'The Faerie Queene' in 1590.

34.Elizabeth - Hebrew origin, representing queen.

35.Empress - British origin, this name for a baby queen means the Female Ruler of an Empire.

36.Etta - English origin, this is one of our favourite royal baby names which means Estate Ruler.

37.Landry - English and French origin, this name is for a baby queen, born to be a ruler.

38.Quanda - English origin, and means Queen.

39.Queenie - Old English origin, meaning the Royal Lady, or the ruler.

40.Quenby - English origin, this is one of the more rare girl names that mean queen. In full it means Queen's Settlement.

41.Royalty - English origin, which quite rightly means someone of royal blood.

Welsh, Irish and Scottish Queen Names

If you're looking for a royal name from the British Isles, these are strong, British names perfect for the ruling class.

42.Isolde - Welsh origin, this name fit for a queen means Ice Ruler.

43.Meredith - Welsh origin, this is one of the classic British girl names that mean Great Ruler, perfect for a strong queen.

44.Morrigan - Irish origin, meaning Phantom Queen, after the ancient Goddess of War.

45.Rhiannon - Welsh Celtic origin, the baby name which simply means queen.

46.Riona - Irish origin, this is one of the most stunning girl names that mean queen we came across.

French Royal Names

France is a country known for its beauty, and these captivating names definitely don't disappoint.

47.Maelie - French origin,  one of the sweetest names meaning princess.

48.Maelle - French origin, this girls name means chief, or prince.

49.Maelys - French origin, this is the feminine form of the name Mael, meaning prince.

50.Raine - French origin, after the French Queen.

51.Reine - French origin, this is one of the most regal names which mean queen.

52.Reinette - French origin, which means queen.

53.Royal - French origin, you can't get more royal than a name that means royal!

54.Sigourney  - French origin, which means daring king, made popular by actress Sigourney Weaver.

Princess Names

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Short, cute and punchy princess names that are rooted in tradition.

55.Kala - Hawaiian origin, this is our favourite of the baby names that mean princess. It also means Virtue.

56.Orla - Irish origin, this name is perfect for a blonde baby girl, as it means Golden Princess.

57.Putri - Indonesian origin, which means princess, and also daughter.

58.Sadie - Hebrew origin, this is one of the most adorable names that mean princess.

59.Saija - Finnish origin, this royal name means princess.

60.Saina - Hindi origin, this cute name means princess.

61.Salla - Finnish origin, a version of the English Sally, which means princess.

62.Sarah - Hebrew origin, this popular UK name means princess.

63.Sarai - Hebrew origin, one of our favourite names that mean princess.

64.Sera - Hebrew origin, similar to the popular name, Sarah, and other names that mean princess.

65.Shari - Hungarian origin, another of the sweet and short girls names which mean princess.

66.Suri - Persian origin, a sweet name which also means princess.

Other Royal Names

If you don't get bogged down with gender conventions, these sweet royal names are perfect quirky choices for baby girls.

67.Ara -Hebrew origin, this regal unisex name means king.

68.Aubrey - French origin, this baby name means Ruler of the Elves.

69.Avery - French and English origin, this adorable name means Elf Ruler.

70.Armel - Welsh origin, from, the word for Bear Prince.

71.Daria - Greek, Latin and Persian origin, which means kingly.

72.Kinsey - English origin, a unisex name that means King's Meadow.

73.Khari - West African origin, this adorable unisex name is one of the baby names that mean king.  

74.Reagan - Irish origin, this is one of the cutest royal baby names, and means Little King.

75.Rian - Irish origin, this is one of our favourite names, and also means Little King.

76.Rey - Spanish origin, this is one of the sweetest unisex baby names, and means King.

77.Rex - Latin origin, this cute unisex name is quite unique for girls, and means King.

78.Rory - Scottish origin, this popular boys name is a cute girls option, and means Red King.

79.Ryan - Irish origin, this is another of the classic boys' names becoming popular for girls, which means Little King.

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Written by Emily Munden

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Emily Munden

An experienced Londoner, Emily loves to discover new and exciting places in the city, especially with her two younger brothers. She has a passion for fashion and design and is also involved in art charities that facilitate workshops for children with special needs and difficult home lives. Emily is a trained life coach and enjoys writing about general wellness, mindfulness, and healthy relationships.

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