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May 12th, 2012 05:00 PM #11Member
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I like Zoe but prefer it with the accent so that it's Zo-ee rather than Zoh. I love Eva.
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May 12th, 2012 05:11 PM #13Member
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Eva Hope and Zoe Lane sound good; I love Eva and Zoe together. I know a couple of Zoes in college, and the name seems to work just fine on them. To me, it seems youthful but more classy-youthful, kind of how I think of Amy or Lily (as opposed to, say, Kylie or Kasey, which seem more childish). I remember thinking this name was cool when I was a young kid and the sentiment remains.
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May 13th, 2012 09:27 AM #25
I love Zoe! I know a woman in her mid-fifties with the name and she wears it effortlessly, so I have no problem seeing Zoe aging well. She's got this regal air about her, she's so nice to be around, kind, polite, generous... I don't know her very well, but I always smile when I see her--she wears Zoe so well! I can't really see Zoe as ditsy or childish because of her.
Eva and Zoe are really cute together!Ashley
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May 13th, 2012 10:23 AM #27
I have a niece named Zoe (prn Zo-ee) and it never even occurred to me to question whether it would age well. She is nearly 10 and come to think of it, I think her name is a lot more versatile than the other BIL's daughter whose name is Arielle and in high school. Eva and Zoe sound like a great sister set to me! Here's a vote for Zoe!
May 13th, 2012 10:42 AM #29J'adore les noms des filles françaises...Élinor ~ Zéphyrine ~ Alice ~ Agnès ~ Noémie ~ Ninon ~ Marguerite ~ Ariane ~ Euphrasie ~ Clémence ~ Juliette
And classic boys' names.James ~ Christopher ~ Alexander ~ William ~ Anthony ~ Joseph ~ Robert ~ Aaron ~ Nathaniel ~ Jude ~ Ezra