Can You Name These Female Disney Characters Who Aren't Princesses?

By: Khadija Leon
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Everyone knows who the Disney Princesses are, but how well do you know the other female characters? Take this quiz to see how many of them you can correctly identify.

Wendy Darling is one of the main characters in the Walt Disney classic animated movie, "Peter Pan." She, along with her siblings, traveled to Neverland with Peter, meeting many characters, including Tinkerbell, Mr. Smee and Captain Hook.

Kanga is a female kangaroo who appeared in the "Winnie the Pooh" and the "Honey Tree" short films. She is also the mother of Roo and is good friends with many of the residents of the Hundred Acre Woods.

Maleficent is a fictional character who first appeared in "Sleeping Beauty" in 1959. She plays the role of the evil fairy, who after not being invited to the princess’ christening, curses her to her death on her 16th birthday.

Duchess is a white Turkish Angora cat who was one of the main protagonists of "The Aristocats." She is extremely beautiful, charismatic and sophisticated, and is always seen wearing a gold and sapphire necklace.

Maid Marian is a character from the 1973 classic, "Robin Hood," who is the niece of King Richard and the love interest of Robin Hood. She and Robin have been friends from the time that they were young and have remained close.

Tinker Bell is the sassy and hot-tempered fairy seen in the "Peter Pan" movies. She is one of the most iconic characters and even though she is silent, she certainly has a way of getting her point across.

Alice is the main protagonist of many of the Alice in Wonderland movies which were based on the Alice in Wonderland Collection. She is a curious and imaginative girl who goes on the adventure of a lifetime.

Yzma is the main antagonist in "The Emperor’s New Groove" and "The Emperor’s School". She is funny, eccentric, power-hungry, manipulative and wants nothing more than to take over Kuzco’s empire.

The Fairy Godmother is one of the characters in the 1950’s classic, "Cinderella." She played a pivotal role in Cinderella’s magical night. Not only did she give her a set of horses and carriage, she also gave her a beautiful ball gown and glass slippers.

Mother Gothel is the main antagonist in Disney’s animated film, "Tangled." In the movie, she kidnaps Rapunzel and keeps her in a secluded tower, raising her as her own. She uses the princess’s magic powers to help her stay young.

Lady Tremaine (sometimes called the wicked stepmother) is the protagonist in the animated movie, "Cinderella." After her husband, who is also Cinderella’s father, dies, she not only treats Cinderella very poorly, she also forces her to live in the old attic and to do all of the house chores.

Lilo is a young Hawaiian girl who lives with her older sister, Nani. One day after wishing upon a star, she and her sister adopt an alien who they named Stitch. Together the two get into lots of trouble while going on their adventures.

Tia Dalma is a person who possesses voodoo-like abilities and appears in the "Pirates of the Caribbean" series. She is also the powerful sea goddess, Calypso, who was trapped in a woman’s body. She has the ability to look into men’s souls as well as see the future.

Mrs. Potts is one of the supporting characters in the "Beauty and the Beast" series. She, as well as many of the other members of the castle, ​were transformed into various household items when the Enchantress placed them under a curse.

Perdita is one of the female characters and the mother of the "101 Dalmatians." She also appeared on "House of Mouse" and "101 Dalmatians: The Series." She and her mate, Pongo, raise their children together and try to prevent Cruella De Vil from stealing them.

Grandmother Willow is a talking willow tree from "Pocahontas" and "Pocahontas II." In the movies, she is a wise old tree that serves as Pocahontas’s adviser and sometimes plays the motherly role.

Cruella de Vil is the main antagonist in both the "101 Dalmatians" books and Disney movies. Cruella’s main goal is to capture Pongo and Perdita’s puppies in order to use their fur to make coats.

Esmerelda is one of the main characters from The Hunchback of Notre Dame." She is a Romanian woman who lives in Paris, France, and works as a street performer and entertainer. Because of her beauty, many of the other characters fall in love with her.

Megara is the deuteragonist of Disney’s animated movie, "Hercules." She is a free-spirited and feisty woman who, at first, seemed to be one of the bad guys but after falling for Hercules, did the right thing in trying to save him.

Nani Pelekai is one of the main characters in the "Lilo & Stitch" universe. She is the older sister of Lilo and after their parents were killed in a car accident, had to become her legal guardian.

Lady is a dark brown and beige Cocker Spaniel who appeared in the "Lady and the Tramp" movies. After running away from her wicked Aunt Sarah, she is saved by Tramp who helps her to get home and to save Lady’s owner's baby.

​Ursula is the main villain of Disney’s "The Little Mermaid" which was released in 1989. She is a cecaelian sea witch who uses merpeople for her own personal agenda. Her ultimate goal is to dethrone King Triton and rule the kingdom of Atlantica.

Te Fiti is a goddess from the animated movie, "Moana." She possesses the ability to create life in the form of islands. After her heart was stolen, she became a fire demon called Te Ka who was slowly draining the life from the earth.

Rey is a female Jedi who discovered that she had Force-sensitivity. She, along with Finn and BB-8, embarked on a journey to find Luke Skywalker, and in doing so, learned a lot about herself.

Abby Mallard is a female duck who starred in Disney’s "Chicken Little." The little duck who had bucked teeth and a speech impediment is one of Chicken Little’s best friends who also happens to have a crush on him.

Dory is a blue-tang fish who is one of the main characters in "Finding Nemo," and its sequel, "Finding Dory." She suffers from short-term memory loss and helps Marlin to find and rescue his son, Nemo.

Boo, whose formal name is Mary Gibbs, is a character in Disney/Pixar’s "Monster’s Inc." She is a curious toddler who escaped from her room into the world of monsters and later became very attached to Sulley, even calling him Kitty.

Violet Parr is the eldest child of Bob and Helen Parr and sister of Dash Parr. Together the family make up the Incredibles. They all possess superpowers, Violet ‘s own being the ability to make herself invisible.

Joy is the leader of the five emotions inside of Riley Andersen in the Disney/Pixar film, "Inside Out." As her name suggests, she is a very happy and perky individual, who always wants Riley to be just as happy as she is.

Nala is one of the main characters of Disney’s 1994 animated movie, "The Lion King." She is a strong and sassy character who grew up with Simba until they lost touch. They rekindled later on and she became the mother of his children and Queen of Pride Rock.

"Mary Poppins" was one of Disney's first live-action and animation films. It was released in 1964. Played by actress Julie Andrews, Mary Poppins is a babysitter who visits and improves the lives of the members of the Banks family.

Minnie Mouse is the sweet, classy and bubbly girlfriend of Mickey Mouse who first appeared in a short called "Plane Crazy" in 1928. While she was meant to compliment Mickey, she has now proven that she can stand on her own.

Celia Mae is a character from Disney/Pixar’s "Monster’s Inc." and the girlfriend of Mike Wazowski. She is also a monster who is a cross between a cyclops, a gorgon and Medusa. She works as a receptionist at Monsters Inc. where she met her ​boyfriend.

Elizabeth Swann is a character from the "Pirates of the Caribbean" series. She was the adventurous daughter of a governor and the wife of former blacksmith and pirate, Will Turner. At one point, she was also the pirate king.

Riley Andersen is the main character and center of Disney/Pixar’s animated film, "Inside Out." She is an 11-year-old girl who after moving to San Francisco with her family, experiences many emotional changes.

Flora, Fauna and Merryweather, sometimes called the “Three Good Fairies,” are characters from Disney’s "Sleeping Beauty." They each gave the princess gifts on her birthday, the last of which was to send her into a deep sleep instead of dying.

Bo Peep, who is based on a children’s nursery rhyme, is one of the supporting characters in all of the "Toy Story" movies. She is a sweet and kind porcelain​ doll who is the girlfriend of Sheriff Woody.

Jessica Rabbit is a character who was developed by both Disney and Touchstone in 1988. She is an over-sexualized character who appeared in many shows but is most famous for appearing in the film, "Who Framed Roger Rabbit."

Mama Coco is one of the main characters in Disney’s latest animated film, Coco. She is the kind and caring great-grandmother of Miguel. She often has trouble remembering things but lives her life to the fullest.

Anita Radcliffe is a character in Disney’s 1961 classic animated film, "101 Dalmatians." She is the wife of Roger Radcliffe and owner of Perdita the Dalmatian as well as being the schoolmate of Cruella De Vil.

Charlotte is a dramatic and spoiled southern belle from Disney’s animated film, "The Princess and the Frog."​ She is one of Tiana’s dearest friends and the daughter of one of the wealthiest men in New Orleans.

Madam Mim is one of the characters from Disney’s 1963 animated film, "The Sword in the Stone," which was based on a novel by T.H. White. She is a witch who possesses magical powers which she uses for evil purposes.

Vanellope Von Schweetz is a witty and sarcastic character from Disney’s 2012 animated movie, "Wreck-It Ralph." She was once the true ruler of Sugar Rush but was later turned into a glitch by King Candy.

Faline is a female deer best remembered for her role in "Bambi" and "Bambi II." In the movies, she was a sweet and bubbly deer, who was Bambi’s love interest and later, mate. Bambi has saved her multiple times, including from hunting dogs and another deer named Ronno.

Sina is one of the characters in Disney’s animated film, "Moana." In the movie, she is the mother of the main character and is very protective of her daughter, especially when it comes to her going beyond the reef, but later understood why she needed to go.​

Judy Hopps is one of the main characters in Disney’s "Zootopia." In the movie, she is a brave, optimistic and determined bunny who wants to be the first of her kind to join Zootopia’s police department.

The Fates are a group of three deities who are able to see the future by sharing one eye. They appear in Disney’s 1997 film, "Hercules," and they determine the deaths of mortals by cutting their Thread of Life.

Mama Odie is one of the characters in Disney’s "The Princess and the Frog." She is a voodoo priestess who lives in the depths of Louisiana’s swamps and has great magical powers. The eccentric priestess is very sweet and encourages people to dig deep within themselves.

Anastasia and Drizella Tremaine first appeared in the animated film, "Cinderella." In the movie, they were Cinderella’s not-so-smart and jealous stepsisters, who along with their mother, tried to make the princess’s life as miserable as possible.

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