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Girl Names Starting with Zo-

Zo- baby names and what they mean, with 15 results. Zo- names are used more often as feminine names. Usage of these girl names was at its highest in 2012 (usage of 1.2%) and is almost as conventional today (usage 1.1%, 10% less), but with names like Zona becoming somewhat outmoded. Zoey (#23), Zoie (#764) and Zoe (#33) are three of the more chic birth names among these, while Zogby (top 53%) and Zoch (17%) are conventional Zo- last names.

Zo- names

Zoanne - Zoya

Zoanne, var. Zoanna
Origin fr. Greek. "Life." Zyanne is a marginally prominent baby name.

Zoe and variantsZoe, var. Zoee, Zoelie, Zoeline, Zoelle, Zoi, Zoey, Zoie, Zooey, Zowie, Zoya1
Source fr. Greek word. "Life." Zoe and variants became less trendy last year, dropping on average -44 rankings as girls' names with Zoya leading the decline.

Sophia and variantsZofia, Zofi, Zofya, Zosia
Var. of Sophia. Source fr. Greek element. "Wisdom." Popular. Compare Zofia, Zosia with common last names Zaia (upper 39%), Zappia (15%), which also end with -ia.

Stems fr. Hebrew language. "Light, splendor." Zohara is unusual as a children's name. See also Zahira.

Zohndra1, Zondra1
Var. of Alexandra. Derivative of Greek. "Man's defender." Zohndra and Zondra are uncommon as birth names.

Zohndra2, Zondra2
Forms of Zandra. Derivative of Spanish language. .. variant of Sandra. Zohndra and Zondra are rarely adopted as birth names.

Zohndra3, Zondra3
Var. of Sondra. Variant of Sandra, from Alexandra (Greek) .. Not Top 2000 names.

Origin fr. Arabic word. "Blossom." Zohda and Zohna are creative variations. See also Zorya.

Zola and variantsZola, var. Zoela, Zolia
Root fr. Italian word. "Lump of earth." Zola is commonly occurring (top 38%) as a feminine name, while Zoela and Zolia are uncommonly used.

Derived fr. Greek element. "Life." Zolynn is rare as a birth name. See also Jolynn.

Top 2000 baby names ranking of Zo- names: Zoe, Zoee, Zoey, Zofia, Zoie

Top 2000 baby names ranking of Zo- names: Zola, Zona, Zooey, Zora, Zoraida, Zoya

Zona and variantsZona, var. Zonia
Root fr. Latin language. "Girdle." Zona (top 40%) and Zonia (93%) are recognizable as feminine names, and Zona exists regularly (top 13%) as a surname.

Aurora and variantsZora1, Zorica
Forms of Aurora. From Latin word. "Dawn." Zora and Zorica became more popular in 2015, gaining +22 rankings as children's names with Zora leading the rise.

Zora2, var. Zorah, Zorana, Zoraya, Zoreen, Zorine, Zorina, Zorrah, Zorya
Origin fr. Slavic language. "Dawn." Zorah, Zorana, Zoraya, Zoreen and Zorina are more novel as birth names among the variations of Zora.

Var. of Zureidy. Stems fr. Spanish, Arabic. "Well-spoken, articulate." A moderately uncommon baby name nowadays, though Zoraida still occurs often as a first name for women.

Zoya and variantsZoya2, var. Zoia, Zoyenka, Zoyya
Source fr. Russian element. Variant of Zoe. Usage of Zoya, Zoia, etc. as girls' names in 2015 was 25% less than the year before.

Quick Reference

Summary Index of names [and variants] for Zo- names for girls.

1. Zoanne - Zoya
Zoanne [Zoanna], Zoe [Zoi, Zoey, Zoya, Zoie, Zooey, Zowie, Zoelle, Zoeline, ..], Sophia [Zofi, Zofia, Zofya, Zosia], Zohara, Alexandra [Zondra, Zohndra], Zandra [Zondra, Zohndra], Sondra [Zondra, Zohndra], Zohra, Zola [Zoela, Zolia], Zolynn, Zona [Zonia], Aurora [Zora, Zorica], Zora [Zorya, Zorah, Zoraya, Zorana, Zorina, Zorrah, Zorine, Zoreen], Zureidy [Zoraida], Zoya [Zoia, Zoyya, Zoyenka]

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