Narnian Baby Names for Boys

If you loved reading the seven fantasy novels of The Chronicles of Narnia series as a child or enjoyed watching the film adaptation, you might be inspired by our list of baby names from The Lion, the Witch, and the Wardrobe and the other Narnia books. The stories are filled with adventure, talking animals, magic, and traditional Christian themes, and the human characters have traditional names that make great choices for a first name. A name like Tumnus or Aslan, on the other hand, could also be a meaningful choice.

  1. Aslan Aslan is the king of Narnia. The noble lion sacrifices his life, and in the context of the book's Christian allegory, Aslan represents Christ.
  2. Bree+ Bree begins as a proud and vain horse, but during his adventures with Shasta he learns what it means to be a Narnian. Read more about Bree
  3. Caspian+ The rightful Telmarine king, Caspian becomes king of Narnia. Read more about Caspian
  4. Digory Digory Kirke is the nephew of the inventor of the rings that first brought humans to Narnia. He is also the professor from The Lion, The Witch, and the Wardrobe.
  5. Edmund+ The youngest Pevensie boy, Edmund overcomes his childish ways (after a few big mistakes, of course) to become King Edmund the Just. Read more about Edmund
  6. Eustace+ An arrogant and unfriendly cousin of the Pevensies, Eustace Scrubb's adventures in Narnia mature him into a likable and valiant character. Read more about Eustace
  7. Miraz Miraz is Caspian's uncle who fights the Old Narnians and Caspian.
  8. Peter+ The oldest of the Pevensie children, Peter is noble and courageous. Aslan eventually crowns him the High King of Narnia. Read more about Peter
  9. Reepicheep Reepicheep is a talking mouse warrior.
  10. Rilian Also known as the black knight, Rilian is freed from his captor by Eustace and Jill.
  11. Shasta+ Although he doesn't know it, Shasta is a prince. He battles to save Archenland and Narnia, and then discovers his true identity. Read more about Shasta
  12. Tumnus Tumnus, a kind, sensitive, and caring fawn, becomes friends with main character Lucy in The Lion, The Witch, and the Wardrobe. He also makes a mean cup of tea.