Looking for a name for a boy/girl pair? Here are some famous and iconic male/female duos to choose from.
Adam and Eve
Biblical first couple Adam and Eve get thrown out of the Garden of Eden after taking a bite of the fruit of knowledge.
Antony and Cleopatra
Roman ruler Mark Antony loves Egyptian Queen Cleopatra. But in a battle with another Roman leader, Antony and Cleopatra suffer such huge losses that both commit suicide.
Archie and Edith
The angry blue-collar worker and bigot Archie Bunker is balanced by the kindness of his wife, Edith Bunker, on television’s landmark show, All in the Family.
Arthur and Guinevere
The legendary British leader is King Arthur, and Guinevere is his wife and queen. Her romance with Sir Lancelot contributes to the downfall of the kingdom. There are dozens of books and stories about the Arthurian legend as well as plays, movies and the musical, Camelot.
Barbie and Ken
For more than 60 years, the Mattel company has been manufacturing poseable, plastic Barbie and Ken dolls. The real money maker? All those outfits.
Bart and Lisa
Siblings Bart and Lisa Simpson are the two eldest siblings on the long running animated series, The Simpsons. Bart is a mischief maker and an underachiever. Conversely, Lisa is very bright and passionate about saving the planet.
Beauty and Beast
Beauty and the Beast is a French fairy tale written in the 1700s and based on a 4,000-year-old story. There are two Disney versions that tell the story of Belle and the Beast in animated and live action formats.
Bella and Edward
In the popular Twilight series, Edward Cullen is a vampire in the body of a teenager, who loves human teen, Bella Swan.
Bill and Hillary
Bill and Hillary are former President Bill Clinton and former First Lady and Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton.
Bogie and Bacall
The late movie stars Humphrey Bogart and Lauren Bacall fell in love while filming To Have and Have Not. They had two children during their 11-year marriage that ends with the death of Bogart.
Bonnie and Clyde
Bonnie Elizabeth Parker and her companion Clyde Chestnut Barrow are remembered for their 1930s robbery and murder spree that ended in a bloody shootout. Newspaper circulation climbed dramatically during their four-year run from the law.
Brad and Angelina (or Brad and Jenn)
Actors Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie fall in love while filming Mr. and Mrs. Smith. In real life, they marry, have a family and then separate in 2016.
Buster and Babbs
Tiny Toons Buster Bunny and Babs Bunny are friends and, perhaps, a couple. They both seek advice from Bugs Bunny.
Captain and Tennille
Love mostly kept them together: The late musician “Captain” Daryl Dragon and his former wife singer Toni Tennille’s version of Love Will Keep Us Together, was the number one song in the US for four weeks in the summer of ’75. They divorced in 2014, but she was at his bedside when he died five years later.
Casper and Wendy
Casper is the Friendly Ghost. His best friend is Wendy, the Good Little Witch.
Cersei and Jamie
Cersei and Jamie are the twin children of Tywin Lannister in Game of Thrones. The Lannister’s are the wealthiest house in Westeros and the power behind the throne.
Daisy and Donald
Disney’s Daisy Duck and Donald Duck are boyfriend and girlfriend of a feather.
Danny and Sandy
Greaser Danny Zuko and good girl Sandy Olsson meet at the beach and fall in love. But everything changes when the school year starts in the musical Grease.
Dexter and Dee Dee
The cartoon Dexter’s Laboratory is the story of a boy genius, Dexter, who has a secret lab that he hides from his parents. His older sister, Dee Dee, unintentionally destroys his lab, with some frequency.
Dharma and Greg
Free spirit Dharma meets straight-laced attorney Greg and they fall madly in love in televsion’s Dharma and Greg.
Dick and Jane
For many years, vast numbers of school children learn how to read by reading the stories of Dick and Jane.
Donnie and Marie
She’s a little bit country. He’s a little bit rock and roll. Together, siblings Donny and Marie Osmond entertain television and concert audiences with their jokes and skits and songs.
Elvis and Priscilla
The late Elvis Presley is the King of Rock and Roll and his former wife is actress and businesswoman Priscilla Presley.
Fibber McGee and Molly
In the long running radio comedy Fibber McGee and Molly, Fibber and his wife Molly seem to have a closet storage problem in their home at 79 Wistful Vista. The characters are played by real life husband and wife, Jim and Marian Jordan.
Franny and Zooey
Franny and Zooey is the combined short stories of siblings Franny and Zooey by author J.D. Salinger. Franny has a breakdown during a college visit to her boyfriend. Upon her return home, Zooey helps her sort out her spiritual and personal beliefs.
Fred and Wilma
Fred and Wilma Flintstone and their next-door neighbors Betty and Barney Rubble are the stars of the 1960s cartoon, The Flintstones.
Fred and Ginger
Movie star and dancer Fred Astaire choreographs many of the dances he danced with fellow movie star and dancer Ginger Rogers. Of course, she danced the same steps he did, backwards and in heels.
George and Gracie
For more than 40 years in vaudeville, radio, TV and the movies, the late comedian George Burns played the straight man to the zany antics of his wife, the late comedian Gracie Allen.
George and Weezy
On The Jefferson’s, George and Louise “Weezy” Jefferson move on up from a small house in Queens to a Manhattan high rise – thanks to the success of George’s dry cleaning business.
Gomez and Morticia
In The Adams Family, parents Gomez and Morticia and their children invert the ideal mid-century family. They are macabre and yet unconcerned with what others think of them. The cartoon series by Charles Adams led to a television show which led to a couple of movies which led to a Broadway musical.
Hamlet and Ophelia
In William Shakespeare’s Hamlet, Ophelia goes mad from Hamlet’s unrequited love and drowns herself.
Hansel and Gretel
In the old German folk tale by the Brothers Grimm, siblings Hansel and Gretel become lost in the woods and wind up trapped in a witch’s cottage. The witch wants to cook and eat Hansel, but Gretel tricks her and the children escape.
Harlow and Gable
The late actress Jean Harlow and the late actor Clark Gable met early in their careers. The fast friends had great chemistry on screen, but a sibling-like relationship off screen. When she died of chronic kidney disease six years later, Gable was distraught.
Harold and Maude
20-something Harold is fascinated with death. His friendship, then romance, with 79-year-old Maude teaches him that life is a precious gift in the 1971 cult classic, Harold and Maude.
Harry and Sally
College graduates Harry and Sally try to stay friends over the years without sex becoming an issue between them in the rom com, When Harry Met Sally.
Homer and Marge
On television’s long running animated show, The Simpsons, the bond between cartoon couple Homer and Marge Simpson is simple: They get each other.
Jack and Jill
Nursery rhyme characters Jack and Jill search for water. On their way down a hill, they fall down, and Jack is injured.
Jack and Jackie
Nearly 60 years later, the late President John F. “Jack” Kennedy and the late First Lady Jacqueline “Jackie” Kennedy Onassis are still considered American royalty.
John and Yoko
The late Beatles musician John Lennon and his artist wife Yoko Ono raised two children in their 11-year marriage, which ended with the tragic shooting death of Lennon.
Johnny and June
The late singer songwriter and musician Johnny Cash and his wife, the late singer and actress June Carter Cash, made beautiful country music together.
Kayne and Kim
Rapper Kayne West and his estranged wife, reality TV star Kim Kardashian West, are legally separated after a seven-year marriage
Kermit and Miss Piggy
Miss Piggy falls for Kermit the Frog on The Muppet Show and in several muppet movies.
Khaleesi and Khal
Like a king and queen, when a khal marries on Game of Thrones, his wife becomes his khaleesi. But when her khal dies, Khalessi Daenerys Targaryen refuses to retire, and seeks out the Iron Throne.
Lady and the Tramp
A pampered cocker spaniel who winds up on the streets is helped and protected by a mutt in the Disney classic, Lady and the Tramp.
Lassie and Laddie
In Scotland, a laddie is a small boy while a lassie or a lass is a young girl. For those of a certain age, all collie dogs are Lassie.
Liz and Dick
Liz is the late actress Elizabeth Taylor and Dick is the late actor Richard Burton. Their passionate love affair turns rocky as they marry each other, twice, and divorce each other, twice.
Lois and Clark
The 1990s television show, Lois and Clark is a love triangle of sorts between Lois Lane, Clark Kent and Superman.
Lucy and Ricky
Comedian, actress and dancer Lucille Ball marries band leader Ricky Arnaz. Their production company creates the television classic, I Love Lucy.
Luke and Laura
Thirty million viewers watch General Hospital supercouple Luke Spencer and Laura Baldwin’s 1981 wedding. It is the highest rated soap opera episode of all time.
Maria and Tony
Star-crossed lovers Maria and Tony meet in West Side Story, a modern musical based on William Shakespeare’s Romeo and Juliet
Mary and Joseph
Mary of Nazareth is the Biblical wife of Joseph and the mother of Jesus.
Minnie and Mickey
Mickey Mouse and his girlfriend Minnie Mouse are two of the earliest characters in the Disney empire.
Miss Bennet and Mr. Darcy
In Jane Austen’s Pride and Prejudice, the arrogant Mr. Darcy slowly mellows as his attraction for Miss Bennet grows.
Mr. Bates and Anna
On Downton Abbey, the friendship between head housemaid Anna Smith and valet John Bates turns to romance.
Mulder and Scully
Skeptical Scully and Believer Mulder are partners in search of the paranormal on the sci fi television show, The X-Files.
Nanny and The Professor
Not to be confused with The Nanny and Mr. Sheffield. Nanny and The Professor tells the story of a British nanny who comes to help care for three out-of-control children of a widower professor. She’s no Mary Poppins, but she does have an unusual sense of intuition.
Napoleon and Josephine
Josephine Bonaparte is the first wife of Emperor Napoleon Bonaparte and Empress of the French. They do not have children and the marriage ends.
Neo and Trinity
Hacker Neo discovers he is living in a simulated reality. Another hacker, Trinity, helps him escape The Matrix.
Ozzie and Harriet
Real-life married couple Ozzie and Harriet Nelson and their sons starred in the early television sitcom, The Adventures of Ozzie and Harriet.
Peaches and Herb
There is only one Herb – Herb Fame – but there have been seven different women singers as Peaches since 1966. The R&B/soul/disco/funk group is best known for its biggest hits, Shake Your Groove Thing and Reunited.
Pebbles and Bam Bam
Pebbles Flintstone and Bam Bam Rubble are the cartoon children on The Flintstones. Pebbles is a redhead like her mother and the apple of her father’s eye. Bam Bam doesn’t say much expect “Bam Bam” when he hits things with his baseball bat-like giant stone. He is unusually strong for a baby.
Peter and Lois
The mom and dad on Family Guy are Peter and Lois Griffin.
Popeye and Olive Oyl
Comic strip character Popeye the Sailor loves his girlfriend Olive Oyl as much as he loves his spinach.
Porgy and Bess
Porgy and Bess is an opera by DuBose Heyward with composer George Gershwin, and lyricist Ira Gershwin. The opera tells the tragic tale of Porgy and Bess.
Posh and Becks
Posh and Becks is the nickname for the supercouple Victoria “Posh Spice” Beckham and her retired English soccer star husband David Beckham.
Prada and Louis
Prada and Louis Vuitton are top notch, expensive designer purses.
Punch and Judy
A British slapstick puppet show featuring Mr. Punch and his wife Judy.
Ralph and Alice
For a show with such a lasting impact, it’s astonishing that The Honeymooners only aired for a year on television. The sitcom starred the late comedian Jackie Gleason and Audrey Meadows as Ralph and Alice Kramden and Art Carney and Joyce Randolph as their best friends, Ed and Trixie Norton.
Raven and Sky
Raven Alexander Jamison Swift Whitney Devereaux Whitney and Sky Whitney are the 1980s supercouple of the television mystery soap opera, “The Edge of Night.” The chemistry between actors Sharon Rose Gabet and the late Larkin Malloy was palpable.
Robin Hood and Maid Marian
The legend of Robin Hood is that he stole from the wealthy and gave to the poor. Maid Marian helps Robin and his band of merry men in Sherwood Forest.
Romeo and Juliet
Teenage, star-crossed lovers in William Shakespeare’s Romeo and Juliet.
Rose and Jack
Fictional, star-crossed lovers aboard the ill-fated Titanic in the movie, Titanic.
Ross and Rachel
On Friends, the characters Ross and Rachel fall for each other at different times, then finally manage to work out their timing.
Samantha and Darrin
On television’s Bewitched, Samantha is a witch. Darrin, her husband, is a mortal trying to get Samantha to reduce the amount of witchcraft she uses – until he needs her help with wooing a new advertising client.
Samson and Delilah
The Biblical strongman, Samson, is brought to his knees when Delilah betrays him by cutting off his hair.
Scarlett and Rhett
Scarlett O’Hara and Rhett Butler are the tragic lead characters in Gone with the Wind by Margaret Mitchell.
Scott and Zelda
When the late author F. Scott Fitzgerald meets his muse and future wife Zelda in real life, the meeting is immortalized in his novel, The Great Gatsby.
Shiska and Bob
Together, they are shiskabob!
Shrek and Fiona
The Ogre Shrek rescues the Princess/Ogre Fiona in the animated, Shrek. During their trip back to Far, Far Away they bicker and eventually fall in love.
Sid and Nancy
Sid and Nancy tells the destructive story of the late Sid Vicious of the punk rock band, the Sex Pistols, and his girlfriend, the late Nancy Spungen.
Sonny and Cher
The late Sonny Bono and Cher entertained audiences on television and in concert with their hits, including, I Got You, Babe.
Stud and Muffin
Together, they are stud muffin!

Superman and Lois Lane (See Lois and Clark)

Tarzan and Jane
After the deaths of his parents, Tarzan is raised by apes in the jungle. When Jane comes to the jungle, he protects her from danger there.
Tina and Ike
For 16 years, R&B Singers Tina and Ike Turner performed their hits like Proud Mary. They split up in 1976, and Tina Turner went on to an amazing solo career.
Tony and Carmela
Carmela Soprano is married to mob boss Tony Soprano on the HBO series, The Sopranos.
Tracy and Hepburn
The late Spencer Tracy and Katherine Hepburn are a cinematic super couple starring in nine films together. Their affair lasted for 26 years in Hollywood’s worst kept secret.
Tristan and Isolde
The story of the lovers Tristan and Isolde has been told for the last 800 years. They share a forbidden but undying love.
Troilus and Cressida
Troilus and Cressida by William Shakespeare tells the story of their love affair.
Ward and June
On Leave it to Beaver, Ward and June Cleaver are the parents to Theodore “Beaver” Cleaver and his brother Wally.
Will and Grace
Television’s Will and Grace featured a gay man and a straight woman as the best of friends sharing an apartment in New York City.
William and Kate
Britain’s Prince William is the Duke of Cambridge and second in the line of succession. He married Catherine “Kate” Middleton in 2011, making Catherine the Duchess of Cambridge. They have produced an heir, Prince George, and two spares, Princess Charlotte and Prince Louis.