If you're about to be a parent (or a parent again) and you're also a Disney fan, choosing a Disney-inspired baby name might be something you're considering. 

To help inspire a name for the newest Disney fan about to join your family, Nameberry created a list of 85 Disney-inspired names that are sure to please even the most ardent Disney fanatics. 

Below are five of our favorite Disney-inspired boy names and five Disney-inspired girl names.

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Our Favorite Disney Girl Names

1. Ariel -- Not only is naming your daughter after the Little Mermaid fun, but Ariel is also a beautiful name.

2. Aurora -- Sleeping Beauty's rarely mentioned name is the perfect name for your little princess.

3. Belle -- Any parent would be proud to name their daughter after this special Disney character. She's smart, unique, and not afraid to speak her mind.

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4. Daisy -- Donald's main squeeze's fun, cheerful name might be the perfect fit for your newest duckling.

5. Ella -- The name, which can be short for Cinderella, has been gaining popularity in recent years. It might just be a perfect choice for you.

Our Favorite Disney Boy Names

1. Eric -- Who wouldn't want to name the newest addition to their family after a dashing, kind, handsome prince? 

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2. Oliver -- This classic boys name might be a great fit for the family who loves both classic books and Disney characters.

3. Peter -- This traditional boys name evokes recollections of not only Disney characters but also tales of dragons and biblical stories.

4. Jacques -- This classic French name isn't as common in America, but it might be an option for a family wanting something with a European flair.

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5. John -- This traditional boys name has been a popular choice for families for a long time. 

To see a larger list of Disney-inspired names, check out Nameberry

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Elizabeth Vale is a freelance writer and editor. Her work has been featured at The Palm Beach Post, The Atlanta Journal-Constitution, Rare, AOL and The Redbud Post. Although she is a proud native Texan, Elizabeth now lives in South Florida with her husband and four children. If she isn’t writing, you can find her drinking an endless glass of iced coffee, reading a book or taking a road trip with her whole family in tow.

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