Names that have the same vibe a Zoe

(39 Posts)
Pico2 Wed 25-Jun-14 18:10:00

I'm after boys' names and girls' names. Also curious what vibe Zoe gives. Thanks!

Doitforme Wed 25-Jun-14 18:16:35

Quirky

AuntieStella Wed 25-Jun-14 18:24:46

Biblical.

So a Christian list like this one as loads of similar faith vibe ones

Coconutty Wed 25-Jun-14 18:25:35

Hebe,

Zara.

Rhubarbgarden Wed 25-Jun-14 19:10:00

Amy
Sally

Youdontneedacriminallawyer Wed 25-Jun-14 19:12:27

Chloe, Joey

PetaPipa Wed 25-Jun-14 19:21:39

Xanthe, Zac, Zooey

Jenda Wed 25-Jun-14 19:26:07

Sadie, Phoebe

Kantha Wed 25-Jun-14 19:49:04

Max
Jack

Amy
Kim

ThinkIveBeenHacked Wed 25-Jun-14 19:50:03

Lara
Kate
Meg
Pippa

Max
Rex
Jake
Lucas

burgatroyd Wed 25-Jun-14 19:51:20

Zadie, Thisbe, zofia

Doitforme Wed 25-Jun-14 20:01:48

Mia
Cati
Cadi

Cai
Ryder
Llew



Ryder

SunshineOutdoors Wed 25-Jun-14 20:02:53

I think Erica goes really well with Zoe

BlueStarsAtNight Wed 25-Jun-14 20:51:57

Beau
Tate
Max
Rhys

Tessa
Eva
Wren
Petra
Vivian

Pico2 Wed 25-Jun-14 21:18:44

This is really interesting. Lots of lovely names, though I think we might have more conservative taste in boys names than girls names.

Bowlersarm Wed 25-Jun-14 21:22:09

Rafe
Christian

Tessa
Sadie

manicinsomniac Thu 26-Jun-14 00:05:58

To me Zoe has quite an 'established' vibe rather than a quirky one. I see it as a name that has been well known for deades but has never been 10 a penny. Cute but also grown up.

I'd put it in a camp with names like:

Amy, Abigail, Alice, Alison, Alicia, Anna, Annabel, Anne, Annie, Ashleigh, Amanda, Amber, April, Andrea, Adele, Bridget, Bianca, Beth, Charlotte, Caroline, Catherine, Chloe, Cassandra, Claire, Christina, Daniela, Danielle, Emma, Emily, Eleanor, Eloise, Erin, Erica, Esther, Fiona, Frances, Gemma, Georgina, Hannah, Holly, Hazel, Harriet, Helen, Heather, Hayley, Isabel, Imogen, Jessica, Joanna, Jennifer, Jade, Jasmine, Judy, Katie, Kate, Karen, Kimberley, Kirsty, Lucy, Leah, Laura, Lauren, Lara, Lorna, Lisa, Maria, Madeleine, Melissa, Melanie, Megan, Michelle, Molly, Millie, Naomi, Natalie, Natasha, Paige, Phoebe, Ruth, Rose, Samantha, Stephanie, Sasha, Sian, Sinead, Siobhan, Tiffany, Tessa, Victoria, Vanessa.

Adam, Andrew, Aaron, Benjamin, Christopher, Callum, David, Daniel, Ewan, Ethan, Gareth, Harry, Henry, Isaac, John, James, Jonathan, Joshua, Joseph, Jack, Jake, Luke, Lucas, Liam, Matthew, Mark, Marcus, Michael, Nathan, Nicholas, Owen, Patrick, Peter, Paul, Robert, Richard, Ryan, Seth, Timothy, William, Zach

looki Thu 26-Jun-14 00:53:06

Wow spot on MNetters. Zoe was on my shortlist and most of the others have been listed on this thread.

OP what about Tess or Sadie?

baskingseals Thu 26-Jun-14 11:17:09

Cleo

Lois

Nell

Dulcie

Pico2 Thu 26-Jun-14 14:45:37

DH says that Sadie sounds too much like Sadist. Tess reminds me of Tessof the d'Urbervilles, which doesn't end well for Tess.

kmarie100 Thu 26-Jun-14 15:06:28

Clara
Erin
Tamsin

Zak
Tobias
Hugo

Astralabe Thu 26-Jun-14 20:54:09

Sasha

clairewitchproject Thu 26-Jun-14 22:46:43

I have a Zoe. Her MN is Susannah which is a lovely and currently much underused name. The 'vibe' was cute for a wee girl but also works well for a grown woman. Had the same idea for my sons (names that would not age badly) and these are the names we have used for them (I have 3 sons, couple of names each, not loads of sons!)

William
Thomas
Luke
George
Benedict
Joseph
James

Other boys names on our shortlist were
Adam
Jacob
John
Matthew
Patrick
Peter
Edward

Other girls names
Eleanor
Isobel
Grace
Charlotte
Ottilie

Pico2 Fri 27-Jun-14 07:59:32

Susannah is lovely.

We seem to have loads of friends with children, so choices are reducing if we want to avoid duplicates.

DontPutMeDownForCardio Fri 27-Jun-14 08:00:51

Francesca and zara.

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