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Meanings: Green Shoot Lily Rose Anemone True Beauty Greek origin, meaning: young girl, young green. The earth goddess Demeter epithet. Widely known through the ancient love story "Daphnis and Chloe".
Comes from the Greek "Khloros" Means "green" party in the November 10.. Pleasant, optimistic, discrete nature,Chloéare always pretty, not always courageous. However, whenChloéhave set a goal, nothing stops them. Meanwhile "child-woman", added to their charm, leaves no one indifferent, andChloéknow how to use it. Chloé have business sense and taste of the money and do well in life.
Full form of Chloé : Constructive Honorable Lonely Ordinary
Expression number of Chloe is 7.
Chloe likes to research and reason to know the answers of hidden questions as Chloe are gifted with an analytical mind. Chloe are always on the quest for knowledge and wisdom and loves being alone.
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Chloe Cooper in Fiona Cooper DVD 1268 as Director
Chloe Treend in Vanity Fair as Actress
Chloe Lietzke in The Room as Producer
Chloe Kez in Brand New Faces 17 as Actress
Chloe Morris in City Hall as Actress
Chloe Schneider in Fitting the Print as Writer
Chloe Gardner in Wolf Creek as Actress
Chloé Winkel in Stratosphere Girl as Actress
Chloe Dworkin in Stealing Suburbia as Actress
Chloe Morello in Girl + Ghost as ActressNames like Chloe Chloe Namesakes Related Names: Chlarinda Chloa ChloÃƒÂ© ChloÃƒÂ©e Chloe Chloeann Chloeanne Chloee Chloeigh Chloejane Chloelynn Chloemae Chloemarie Chloey Chloi Chloie Chlora Chlorene Chlorinda Chlorine Comments :Miles Sardina Chloe ( dt. "The green end") is a female name, originally as epithet the Greek goddess Demeter, as a sort of guardian of the young seed has been used. In European literature the name was received as the female main character in Longos ' late Roman Pastoral and romance Daphnis and Chloe. Name Chloe also appears in the Bible, in 1. Corinthians. During the Baroque and Rococo name that was often used by the authors of idylls, referring to the ancient romance of the Greek Daphnis and Chloe Longosa. Daphnis and Chloe is also a ballet by Ravel.
Famous people named after Chloe: Chloë Sevigny - American actress nominated for an Oscar and a Golden Globe, Chloe Dior - American porn actress, Chloe Marshall - British model, Chloë Agnew - Irish singer, Chloe Grace Moretz - American actress.
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