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Whether you’re a fan of Disney classics, like Beauty and the Beast and The Little Mermaid or you have a penchant for their more modern tales, like Frozen and The Incredibles there is something undeniably special about Disney movies.
For many, Disney flicks remind us of our childhood and bring up sweet, nostalgic memories and still today they manage to transport us into another world that is full of magic and wonder.
When it comes to naming your baby boy, why not be inspired by one of your favourite Disney characters?
The owner of the toys in Toy Story.
Origin and meaning: Andy is a nickname for Andrew and means ‘manly’, it’s of Greek origin.
The young dinosaur from The Good Dinosaur.
Origin and meaning: Anglo-Saxon word, which means ‘army, troop’.
The protagonist from the The Sword and the Stone
Origin and meaning: Celtic name, meaning ‘strong as bear’
The vegetarian shark from Finding Nemo.
Origin and meaning: Or English origin, meaning ‘from the brushwood thicket’.
The Space Ranger superhero in Toy Story.
Origin and meaning: Of American origin, meaning ‘village in the woods’.
Calhoun is the surname of Sergent Calhoun from Wreck-It-Ralph.
Orgin and meaning: An Irish name meaning ‘from the narrow forest’.
The lovable old man in Up.
Origin and meaning: German origin, meaning ‘free man’.
Dash is the middle child in The Incredibles.
Origin and meaning: Of English origin, meaning ‘to run quickly’.
Eric is the prince in the The Little Mermaid.
Origin and meaning: This name is of Old Norse origin, meaning ‘the ruler of all’.
Felix is the little boy in Wreck-It-Ralph.
Origin and meaning: A Latin name, meaning ‘happy’ and ‘fortunate’.
Finn Missile is the British spy in Cars 2.
Origin and meaning: The name means ‘fair’ or ‘white’ and is of Irish origin.
Flynn is Rapunzel’s love interest in Tangled.
Origin and meaning: An Irish name, meaning ‘son of the red-haired one’.
The antagonist in The Beauty and the Beast.
Origin and meaning: Of French origin, meaning ‘the guest’.
Kristoff is the rugged mountain man in Frozen.
Origin and meaning: Kristoff is a Scandinavian baby name meaning ‘carrier of Christ’.
Sebastian is the crab from The Little Mermaid.
Origin and meaning: Latin name Sebastianus, meaning ‘from Sebaste’.
The legendary scarer in Monsters University.
Origin and meaning: An Irish surname, meaning ‘one-eyed’ or ‘hawk-eyed’.
Nemo’s protective dad in Finding Nemo.
Origin and meaning: An English name meaning ‘dweller at the famous land’.
The most iconic Disney character of all, Mickey Mouse.
Origin and meaning: Mickey is a variation of the name Michael. It is of Hebrew and English origin, meaning ‘who resembles God?’.
Wilde is the surname of Nick, the con artist from Zootopia.
Origin and meaning: Of Irish origin, meaning ‘wild’.
The cowboy from the Toy Story movies.
Origin and meaning: The name means “from the cottages in the wood” and is of American origin.