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Many times we look at celebrities and current affairs to choose the name of our baby. Other times, we are inspired by movies or television series. On this occasion, we have collected 10 names for girls among the most popular characters in cartoons.
If you want a beautiful name, with meaning and that your girl loves since she was little, you can be inspired by the movies of Cartoon. Because your girl deserves a special name, we have the most beautiful names in children's drawings.
1. Dora. This name is of Greek origin and means 'gift'. It has become very popular thanks to the cartoons of 'Dora the explorer', but the truth is that it is a traditional name that maintains all its originality.
2. Ariel. The name is of Hebrew origin and its meaning is related to the strength of a 'lion'. It has the particularity of being a unisex name, valid for both a girl and a boy. And in its female version we know it from the protagonist of 'The little Mermaid'.
3. Aurora. It is a name of Latin origin that means 'dawn'. The protagonist of 'Sleeping Beauty' it's called like that and we like it because it's one of those traditional names that never go out of style.
4. Bella. The name is of Hebrew origin and was originally the diminutive of Isabella. Over time it became its own name and we have seen it in many movie stars, including the 'Beauty and the Beast'.
5. Emerald. It is a name of Latin origin with a meaning of 'shine' and also corresponds to a precious stone. The protagonist of 'The Hunchback of Notre Dame' has made this name that has a long tradition current again.
6. Alice. This name is of Greek origin and means 'truth'. In addition to being a familiar and traditional name, we cannot avoid associating it with 'Alice in Wonderland', thus surrounding himself with magic and illusion.
7. Wendy. It is a name of Welsh origin with a meaning of 'the one with white eyelashes'. We know him thanks to the female protagonist of 'Peter Pan' and we like it because it sounds fresh and delicate. In principle it was the diminutive of Gwendolin.
8. Elsa. The name is of Scandinavian origin and is a variant of Isabel. We like it because it is a short name with a lot of personality and it also reminds us of the protagonist of'Frozen'.
9. Anna. Again we look at the children's movie 'Frozen' for this traditional name of Hebrew origin that means 'full of grace'. The strength of the name is clearly seen in that it never goes out of style.
10. Mulan. The name is of Chinese origin and means 'magnolia'. The children's movie 'Mulan' It is the favorite of many girls who would be delighted to bear the name of the protagonist.
Laura Velez. Editor of our site
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