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Personally, I wouldn't name my little girl "Queen." I think it would make her sound like a spoiled brat. No offense to those who bear this name. But it is perfect if you name your daughter Queen Anne.
-- Anonymous User  7/8/2005
I've never heard this as an actual first name, but a lot of my relatives are from Liverpool and they tend to use 'queen' as a general greeting for older girls/young women (eg 'all right queen?'). It tends to be mostly the older generation though.
-- reservoirdoll1987  12/1/2005
Queen Latifah (born Dana Elaine Owens) is an actress/hip hop singer.
-- breakofday  12/16/2005
I think this name is okay, but I wouldn't personally name my daughter this.
-- amber monkey  5/16/2006
It's better than "Princess" or "Queenie", but I find it doesn't really sound like a name.
-- scarletquillraven  2/13/2007
I liked this name at first, I thought it was powerful, I was shocked when I found out that the origin of the name meant woman/wife. I think if you're looking for a name for a kid, there are plenty of other great names with great meanings. But it's nice for a pet, I don't mean to offend anyone with this name, I like it and how it sounds, but I do not like its meaning.
-- LimbicLove  7/29/2007
A female cat is called a queen. The males are called tomcats.
-- Lady Seashell  2/25/2008
There is a very popular band called Queen. Its members were Freddie Mercury (lead singer), Brian May (guitarist), Roger Taylor (drummer) and John Deacon (bassist). They released their first album (called Queen) in 1973 and their last in 1995 (called Made in Heaven). They had many hits, such as Bohemian Rhapsody (best song ever, in my opinion), We Are the Champions, We Will Rock You, Another One Bites the Dust, and tons of others. They broke up in 1991 due to Freddie Mercury's death (he died of AIDS). Best band ever formed, in my opinion.
-- Pippin  3/15/2008
It's a title for a woman who bears no purpose to this world, except to be rich and glamorous. It sounds like the name of a spoiled brat to me, and would work better as an epithet for a stuck up woman. A name like this is guaranteed to lead to teasing, maybe even worse. Who can take a woman named Queen seriously?
-- slight night shiver  5/3/2008
This name is silly. It is a royal title.
-- number1212  5/27/2008
Regina (meaning "Queen") is sophisticated. Queen sounds like you are trying far too hard to look sophisticated.
-- gio2475  6/30/2008
This name sounds extremely pretentious and over-the-top. Are you setting up your daughter for a superiority complex? Then there's the association with the band. This is a terrible name.
-- bananarama  8/14/2008
Imagine if a girl with this name actually turned out to be a lady of royalty. Then she would be called Queen Queen. The word is quite difficult to pronounce anyway.
-- Anonymous User  11/23/2008
Haha! And let's name her twin brother King!
-- Anonymous User  9/1/2009
I hate occupational names, and the word's original meaning isn't so nice, either. Imagine, one day, she really might be a Queen. She'll be "Queen Queen". It's a pretty cool job, but a name? Get real.
-- Black_X  5/10/2010
Ugh. I can't believe this is actually a name.
-- Joy12  4/17/2011
What if "Queen" was presented to an actual Queen and her Majesty was a known tyrant? No, it just looks like the parents are trying too hard to make their children "unique"; there are many ways to help their children stand out, but burdening them with this silly, pretentious name is not one of them.
-- gaelruadh19  1/12/2012
Queen Esther Marrow (born 1941) is an American gospel singer.
-- Bonquiqui  7/16/2012
I had a friend whose cousin's daughter was named Queena, and that's the closest I've ever come to meeting someone with this name. Though I know that her brother was called Kingston and then there are Princes, Earls, Dukes, and Bar(r)ons. Ugh, some are royalty-obsessed.
-- EstherTester  1/1/2013
The name Queen was given to 85 poor little girls born in the US in 2012.
-- Oohvintage  7/18/2013
Queen being used as a name is pathetic, stupid and pretentious.
-- LoveHeartKawaii  8/22/2014

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