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From Zara to Zoe, we’ve got dozens of amazing Z names for your future daughter.
There's something so adorable and fun about the name Zoe. Maybe it's the relation to a certain Sesame Street character. Or...
Zoe that first became popular in 1995
Greek: Life of Zeus
Russian: Russian form of Joan
Teutonic: Armored battle maiden
Hebrew: Worthy, to be praised
Greek: Variant of Selena, Celine
Greek: Born last, the last letter of the Greek alphabet
Hebrew: Careful, protective
Arabic: Shining light
Arabic: Dazzling, splendor
English: Welcoming, hospitable; variant of Xenia
Greek: Life, energy
Polish: Polish form of Suzanne
Arabic: Victorious, successful
Arabic: Self-denying, ascetic, abstemious; if accent is placed on the second syllable, means moderate, little, trifling, insignificant...
Arabic: Increases, grows
Arabic: Lucky, bountiful; also used in auction language, meaning to outbid another
Hebrew: Pure, sinless, innocent