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  1. #11
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    Proud mother to William "Liam" Balthazar, and expecting #2 in September 2014!
    Future Daughters: Catherine "Cate" Ophelia, Isobel "Zoe" Theophania, Veronica "Vera" Seraphine
    Future Sons: Alexander "Olek" Crispin/Leopold, Dominic "Nico" Valentine, Benjamin "Jamie" Marius

    Nicholas ~ William ~ Alexander ~ Sebastian ~ Gabriel ~ Benjamin ~ Dominic ~ Oliver ~ Crispin ~ Gregory
    Zoe ~ Catherine ~ Veronica ~ Penelope ~ Elizabeth ~ Daphne ~ Anastasia ~ Seraphina ~ Ophelia ~ Felicity

  2. #13
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    Quote Originally Posted by mommydearest View Post
    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

    Trying to give the benefit of the doubt that you're not just being purposefully dense for the LOLs, so here goes.


    Zoe, pronounced Zo-ee is correct. Definitely two syllables. Toe, Joe, etc. are not greek names, like Daphne, Penelope, Phoebe, Ariadne, ad nauseum, all of which end in an e that's pronounced EE.

    Zoey is a more modern mispelling, probably just to make the pronunciation more clear.
    Melissa, Mama to Oscar Leopold.

    http://www.babynames.com/namelist/9653103

  3. #15
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    Quote Originally Posted by mommydearest View Post
    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
    I wrote a long description of why this was incorrect before finding mei_mei's post. Exactly that. Not sure if Zoe as one syllable is some Americanized misspelling of if there is some historical backing to it. But Zoe, "Zo-E" is indeed the correct and accurate pronunciation.

    Also from mei_mei's post, still laughing at the thought of Phoebe being pronounced one-syllable "Fowbe"

    Now on to Zoe! My darling furbaby is named Zoe Lynn or Zoe Marie on occasion, but I agree with the short sounds those are more cutesy than substantial. Some names I'd love to hear (I kind of went all over the place with style):

    Zoe Elizabeth
    Zoe Josephine
    Zoe Annabella
    Zoe Annabel
    Zoe Madeline
    Zoe Ariana
    Zoe Brooke (Short, but I actually really like this)
    Zoe Theodora
    Zoe Lucille (LOVE)
    Zoe Alice
    Zoe Gabrielle (Also love!)
    Zoe Noelle

    http://listography.com/JessicaRoseSays

    Alexander Owen ~ Patrick Thomas ~ Jack ~ Mark ~ Conor ~ Nolan ~ Ian ~ Vincent ~ Caleb
    Nora ~ Claire ~ Stella ~ Madeleine ~ Ava ~ Soleil ~ Gabrielle ~ Leah


  4. #17
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    Quote Originally Posted by mommydearest View Post
    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
    wow, your username really fits you. I was going to say something rude, but I'll be the bigger person and just refer you to mei_mei's post.
    mom to Mckinley Mayfair, Christian Wayne & Sir Angus Fionn
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    ~Tali~

    Girls: Ivy, Caroline, Bryony, Augusta, Idony, Sephora, Elizabeth, Sage, Delphine

    Boys: Adrian, Halcyon, Everett, Nathaniel, Elliott, Brighton, Theodore, Levi, Camden

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