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  1. #6
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    Quote Originally Posted by basicsand View Post
    How many syllables are in the surname and what's its first initial? With Zoe, I'd definitely choose something other than a two or more syllables to have a different syllable count for each part of the name like 1-3-2 or 1-2-3. The middle name would have different syllable sounds than the one syllable Zoe and the last name.
    um, Zoe is two syllables.
    anyways...

    I love Zoe Belle. Probably because if I have another girl her middle name will be Zoebelle.
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  2. #8
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    Boys: Maxwell, Bennett, Oliver, Elliott and Archer.

    Girls: Rose, Juliet, Aria, Cora and Scarlett


    Sorry for any random spellings. I'm probably on my nook!

  3. #10
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    Zoe Allegra? I just think the meanings are perfect together.

    Zoe Beatrix
    Zoe Theodora
    Zoe Matilda
    Zoe Lucinda
    Zoe Isadora
    Zoe Juliet

    Almost everything works! Just no s-heavy names or names ending in -ee- and you're golden.
    Melissa, Mama to Oscar Leopold.

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  4. #12
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    Quote Originally Posted by mclola View Post
    um, Zoe is two syllables.
    anyways...

    I love Zoe Belle. Probably because if I have another girl her middle name will be Zoebelle.
    Ever heard of famous stylist Rachel Zoe? Or the names Joe, Poe, Moe. Maybe you're heard of the word toe, It's Zoey (zo-ee) if it's two syllables dear. Anyways...LMAO

  5. #14
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    I think some 2 syllable names work. In fact, I think Zoe Eirene sounds nice! Assuming I'm saying that right ( Irene?)

    Zoe Katherine, Zoe Kate/Cate, Zoe Claire, Zoe Camille, Zoe Simone, Zoe Celeste, Zoe Clementine, Zoe Alessandra, Zoe Margaret, Zoe Marguerite, Zoe Lavender, Zoe Bernadette, Zoe Victoria....

    @mommydearest, Zoe is usually 2 syllables, even spelled this way. I've known multiple Zoe's and not a one was one syllable.

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