Chloe Pronunciation English: /ˈkloʊ.iː/ kloh-ee
Gender Female Origin Word/Name Greek Meaning Young Green Shoot
Chloe (also Chloë, Cloe, Chlöe, Chloé, Clowy, Kloe, Khloe, Khloë, Khloé, Kloé or Kloë) is a first or given name for girls, especially popular in England. The name comes from the Greek χλόη (khlóē), meaning "young green shoot" and is one of the many names of the Greek goddess Demeter. The name appears once in the Bible, in 1 Corinthians 1:11 in the context of "the house of Chloe". The French equivalent is spelled Chloé.
In Northern Ireland, Chloe was the most popular name for newborns from 1997 to 2002, followed by Emma in 2003. It was also the most popular girl's name throughout the UK for the seven years preceding 2002.
- Chloe (American singer) (1987–)
- Chloe (Australian singer)
- Chloe (pornographic actress) (1971–)
- Chloë Agnew (1989–), Irish singer and the youngest member of Celtic Woman
- Chloe Alper (1981–), English singer and bass player for the band Pure Reason Revolution
- Chloë Annett (1971–), British actress
- Chloe Bridges (1991-), American and teen actress, singer and pianist
- Chloe Dao (1972–), Season Two winner of the reality television series Project Runway
- Chloe Dolandis, American television host
- Chloe Everton (1979-), British television presenter
- Chloe Hooper (1973-), Australian author
- Chloe Jones (1975–2005), American model and pornographic actress
- Chloe Rose Lattanzi (1986-), American actress and singer
- Chloe Marshall (1991–), British plus-size model
- Chloë Moretz (1997–), American child actress
- Chloe Moss (1976-), British playwright
- Chloe Rogers (1985–), English field hockey player
- Chloë Sevigny (1974–), American actress
- Chloe Sutton (1992–), American swimmer
- Chloe Webb (1956–), American actress
- Chloe Wofford (1931–), (birth name of Toni Morrison) American author, editor, and professor
- Chloe Smith (1982-), British Conservative politician
- Khloé Kardashian (1984–), Kourtney and Khloé Take Miami, Keeping Up with the Kardashians
- Aunt Chloe, in the novel Uncle Tom's Cabin by Harriet Beecher Stowe
- Chloe, a Chihuahua voiced by Drew Barrymore in the movie Beverly Hills Chihuahua
- Chloe, in the play Daphnis and Chloe by ancient Greek novelist Longus
- Chloe, the heroine of the poem The Fable of the Bees by Bernard Mandeville
- Chloe, in the Noir anime TV series
- Chloe, in the operetta Orpheus in the Underworld by Jacques Offenbach
- Chloe, in the comic opera Princess Ida by Gilbert and Sullivan
- Chloe, in the novel Sleepovers by Jacqueline Wilson
- Chloe, in Atom Egoyan's 2009 film Chloe
- Chloe, in PBS Kids Sprout programme Chloe's Closet
- Chloe Armstrong, in the television series Stargate Universe
- Chloe Brennan, in the soap opera One Life to Live
- Chloe Cammeniti, in the Australian soap opera Neighbours
- Chloe Carter, on Harper's Island
- Chlo Charles, in the BBC television series Waterloo Road
- Chloe Frazer, from the video game Uncharted franchise
- Chloe Jones, in the television series A Country Practice
- Chloe King, in the 2011 American television series The Nine Lives of Chloe King
- Chloe Lane, in the television series Days Of Our Lives
- Chloe Mitchell, in the American soap opera The Young and the Restless
- Chloe O'Brian, in the television series 24
- Chloe Payne, in the television series Mercy
- Chloe Richards, in the Australian soap Home and Away
- Chloe Saunders, in Kelley Armstrong's Darkest Powers trilogy
- Chloe Simon, in Disney's 102 Dalmatians
- Chloe Steele, in the Left Behind series
- Chloe Stilton, in the animated Horseland series
- Chloe Sullivan, in the television series Smallville
- Chloe Valens, in the video game Tales of Legendia
- Chloe Wheeler, in the television series Coming of Age
- All pages beginning with "Chloe"
- ^ Mike Campbell. "Meaning, Origin and History of the name Chloe". Behind the Name: the etymology and history of first names. http://www.behindthename.com/name/chloe. Retrieved 23 December 2007.
- ^ "Jack and Emma were the most popular first names in Northern Newyork in 2003" (PDF) (Press release). Northern Ireland Statistics and Research Agency. 2 January 2004. http://www.groni.gov.uk/Publication/512004111434.pdf. Retrieved 14 February 2008. "Jack and Emma were the most popular first names given to children whose births were registered in Northern Ireland in 2003"
- ^ "Mohammed enters top boys' names". BBC News. January 5, 2005. http://news.bbc.co.uk/2/hi/uk_news/4148335.stm. Retrieved July 9, 2010.
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