8 Baby Names Inspired by Disney Fathers

I have always loved looking at different places for inspiration on baby names. There are so many places and things to get ideas from that your possibilities are endless.

Last month, I shared with you some of my favorite baby names inspired by moms in Disney films. With Father’s Day coming up, I wanted to do the same for the fathers that we love to watch in our favorite Disney films. If you have a little one arriving soon and are a huge Disney fan like I am, check out these baby names! 

  • Cliff


    As big Frozen fans in our house, we love the name Cliff. Cliff is the troll who plays the adoptive Father of Sven and Kristoff.

  • George


    George Banks is the father of Jane and Michael in Mary Poppins. I love that this is a classic masculine name for a little boy.

  • Marlin


    Marlin is the lovable, yet over protective father in Finding Nemo. I really like this name for either a boy or a girl. If you are a fan of the water, this is a great choice for your little one.

  • Robert


    I have a personal love for this name because it is the name of my father, father-in-law, husband, and son. Robert is also the name of Mr. Incredible in the Incredibles film. It’s a classic male name that will always be timeless.

  • Triton


    King Triton is Ariel’s father in the Little Mermaid. This name gives off a strong feel to it and I love its unique quality.

  • Stefan


    The greek name meaning, garland or crown, is the name of Princess Aurora’s father in Sleeping Beauty.

  • Maurice


    Maurice has always been one of my favorite Disney characters because of all he does for his daughter, Belle, in Beauty and the Beast.

  • James


    Although we don’t see him during much of the film, James, father of Tiana in The Princess and the Frog, makes a profound impact on everyone. He is the one that inspired Tiana to chase her dreams.


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