When it comes to baby names, who doesn't love Disney as a good go-to? You can get as classic as Aurora or Alice or modern and cool as Tiana and Nala. Whatever floats your "Toy Story" boat!
A study by travel company called Florida4Less recently put out a list of the UK's top 10 Disney-inspired baby names and here they are for your viewing pleasure! According to The Sun, the Florida4Less study found that people in the 18 to 34-year-old age range were much more likely to name their child after a Disney character than other age groups. Actually, three in ten were likely to be considered "hardcore fans."
It may not be a huge surprise that Jasmine from the huge 1992 hit "Aladdin" is number 1 but it may surprise some that the name Rex comes in at number 2 from "Toy Story." Apparently, the green plastic Tyrannosaurus Rex is becoming quite the popular boys' name!
Belle from "Beauty and the Beast" is still living large at number three which is not shocking especially since the movie just got revamped with a live version in 2017 starring Emma Watson. Jessie ranks at number 4 from "Toy Story" and this may be a unisex name, spelled as Jesse for a boy.
Minnie is an adorable retro name and it comes in at number five on the list from the classic black and white cartoon "Steamboat Willie." A name that is fit for any pretty princess is Tiana which is number six from "Princess and the Frog." Some cute nicknames are Tia, Ti-Ti and Ana.
Of course, you know that we couldn't get away from this list without mentioning a certain movie featuring cold weather issues, a certain sister, and certain freezing powers. Yes, we're talking about Elsa from "Frozen." She's at number seven. "Frozen" basically took shock paddles to the baby name Elsa and yelled "clear!" and proceeded to resuscitate the life back into it like never before seen. This baby name has skyrocketed in popularity since the movie's release back in 2013!
Woody from "Toy Story" takes the spot at number eight. We have to wonder... would Woody and Rex make a good pair of names for brothers? Or is that too much? Meanwhile, Ariel from "The Little Mermaid" is still standing strong at number nine. Ariel is said to mean "lion of God." At number ten is Nala, the lovely lioness from "The Lion King." Nala is said to mean "successful."
We think that any of these names would be a great success for your little one! Would you consider naming your child from this list? Or not? Do you have another Disney name in mind? Let us know down in the comments!