A vivacious name that derives from the Greek for life, it became popular in the UK from the 1970s onwards


ZOE is a name first used in the Byzantine empire. It became popular in the UK in the second half of the 20th century and remains in the top 100. 


Zoe Ball lively presence on television and radio, Zoe Dominic favourite photographer of the star names, Zoe Hart Dyke almost singlehandedly revived silk making in England, Zoe Jordan switched careers and made a name in fashion, Zoe Kazan with a famous Hollywood name she showed she could make it too, Zoe Palaiologina schemer in the Russian court and grandmother of Ivan the Terrible, Zoe Rahman studied classical piano and became a big name in jazz, Zoe Wanamaker star player in a fictional – and real – family, Zoe Williams original voice and challenging columnist

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