Kings&Queens

Diamond Jubilee Celebrations

The Queen is in Nottingham!

Eek! Naturally I have to make the most of this glorious occasion, and it seems the best course of action is to talk about names to do with the monarchy, whilst I’m busy off waving a little flag in the Market Square.

Moreover, this is a list of names which means either King, Queen, Prince or Princess.

Names that mean King/Ruler

Abimelech, my father is King (Biblical)

Alaric, ruler of all (Ancient Germanic)

Artaxerxes, righteous ruler (Ancient Persian)

Basil, king (English)

Berthold, bright ruler (German)

Cadeyrn, battle king (Ancient Celtic)

Cem, ruler (Turkish)

Conrí, wolf king (Irish)

Donald, ruler of the World (English, Scottish)

Edric, blessed ruler (English)

Emyr, king (Welsh)

Eric, ever ruler (English)

Flaithrí, king of princes (Irish)

Frederick, peaceful ruler (English)

Henry, home ruler (English)

Leroy, the king (English)

Malik, king (Arabic)

Melech, king (Hebrew)

Régis, ruler (French)

Rex, king (English)

Reyes, kings (Spanish)

Rhodri, king (Welsh)

Ríoghnán, king (Irish)

Roald, famed ruler (Norwegian)

Rórdán, little poet king (Irish)

Ruaidhrí/Rory, red king (Irish)

Theodoric, ruler of the people (Ancient Germanic)

Tudor, ruler of the people (Welsh)

Names that mean Prince

Amir, prince (Arabic)

Armel, bear prince (French)

Balder, prince (Old Norse)

Brendan, prince (Irish, English)

Brennus, prince/raven/king (Ancient Celtic)

Cadfael, battle prince (Welsh)

Fitzroy, son of the king (English)

Gruffudd, prince/lord (Welsh)

Idris, ardent prince (Welsh)

Maël, prince (Breton)

Mirza, prince (Persian)

Names that mean Queen

Indrani, queen of Indra (Sanskrit)

Malika, queen (Arabic)

Malka/Milka, queen (Hebrew)

Morrigan, great queen (Irish)

Rajni, queen (Sanskrit)

Rani, queen (Sanskrit)

Ratu, queen (Indonesian)

Regina, queen (English)

Reina, queen (Spanish)

Rhiannon, great queen (Welsh, English)

Ríoghnach, queen (Irish)

Taguhi, queen (Armenian)

Names that mean Princess

Adaeze, king’s daughter (Igbo)

Botum, princess (Khmer)

Gormlaith, illustrious princess (Irish, Scottish)

Kaur, princess (Punjabi)

Órfhlaith/Orlagh/Orlaith/Orla, golden princess (Irish)

Putri, princess (Indonesian)

Rajkumari, princess (Sanskrit)

Sarah, princess (English)

Talulla, princess (Irish)

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