Zoë...? Too dated?

(56 Posts)
PollyJane Wed 22-May-13 22:07:40

Opinions would be great.

I told my aunt and she likes it, but thinks it is a very ''early nineties'' name...?

And what middle names (2 or three syllable to go with surname Grey)

seeker Mon 27-May-13 11:55:46

And Zoie is Zoy. Agggggggggggghgh!

Will never date. It's fab.

MsJupiterJones Mon 27-May-13 13:46:45

I know what you mean seeker and I am not a fan of wacky spellings at all. But I guess when you have known someone a while it doesn't seem odd, and in this case I think quite pretty.

She doesn't have to put any more effort in to spell her name than I have to say, with a K and an e-r and an i-n-e!

ilikemysleep Mon 27-May-13 17:32:29

My daughter is Zoe Susannah. She just turned 3. I love it, it's a name that is cute for a little girl but classic for an adult, and it's pretty timeless. I know a very few Zoes - an 8 year old, an adult, and my great aunty who dies aged 91 in 2001. It's never been massively popular but neither is it weird smile

ilikemysleep Mon 27-May-13 17:37:22

BTW we also loved the meaning...we lost 4 pregnancies in all and as a result have a Benedict ('blessing') and a Zoe ('life') . Ben was called Benedict pre- Cummerbatch days....

forgetmenots Mon 27-May-13 23:25:30

Love it, actually, and surprised it isn't used more.

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