Disney's latest princess flick comes courtesy of Hans Christian Andersen's legendary tale, The Snow Queen. While they took quite a few liberties with the story (no talking snowmen, from what I remember!), Frozen's a beautiful modernization of this classic.
Anna Little sister Anna was the focus of the story, and the person on a quest to save her sister. Anna means grace, and it's been a consistent top 100 baby name for the past century and a half.
Olaf This Norse name that means "relic" was picked for the comic relief snowman sidekick—and I'm afraid that it's a relic that won't see a revival. (It hasn't been in the top 1000 names here for nearly a century.
Kristoff I like the odds on this Scandinavian variant on Christopher finally cracking the top 1000 here. After all, it was the name of Anna's hunky helper.
Hans A Scandinavian alternative to John, Hans dropped out of the top 1000 at the turn of the 21st century. I'm not sure its bearer in Frozen will do much to change that around.
Sven Kristoff's trusty reindeer sidekick bears the most Swedish of names—it's actually how Sweden came to be named (Svealand). Sven means youth, and has a very hunky ski instructor vibe to it.
Image: Frozen movie poster, courtesy of Walt Disney Animation Studios