What does Zoya mean?
Associated with: russian.
(female) Zahya, Ziaya, ..
(male) Zoni, Zoro, .. Middle name pairings:
Zoya Aniston (Z.A.), ..
How popular is Zoya?
Zoya is an uncommon first name for women. Zoya is an equally rare surname for both adults and children. (2000 U.S. Demographics)
Zoya entered the list in 2007 and reached its highest rank of #1102 in the U.S. in 2013, and is at #1365 currently. (2015 U.S. SSA Records)
Which version is better?with its variant forms and related girl names. Zoey (#23 from current records), Zoe (#33), Zoie (#764), Zooey and Zoee are the prominent related forms of Zoya (#1365 from current records) listed in the Top 2000. Other forms, like Zoi, are uncommon. These relations of Zoya reached the apex of their popularity 3 years ago (adoption of 1.23%) and are almost as common today (adoption 1.1%, down 11%). Zoey, Zoie and Zoe are three of the more trendy girl names in this compilation.
Zoya is alike in pronunciation to Cy, Soo, Zea and Zia. Other recommended names are Alya, Amya, Anya, Arya▲, Asya, Aya▲, Brya, Daya, Donya, Dosya, Enya, Gioya, Haya, Inya, Ionya, Jaya, Jioya (see Joy), Joya, Kaya, Leya, Liya, Maya▲, Meya, Miya▲, Moya, Mya, Nya, Orya, Raya, Reya, Roya, Sofya, Sonya▼, Taya▲, Tonya▼, Toya, Zada, Zana, Zara▲, Zarya, Zayda, Zayna, Zayra, Zeba, Zena, Zenya, Zeta, Zila, Zina, Zinya, Zita, Ziva, Zoela, Zofi, Zofia, Zofya, Zohra, Zola▼, Zolia, Zona▼, Zonia, Zora▼, Zorah, Zoraya, Zorya, Zosia, Zuba, Zuma, Zyna and Zyta. These names tend to be more commonly used than Zoya.See names in meaning and etymology.