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Spell Check of Chloe

Correct spelling: Chloe

Common misspellings for Chloe:

  • cloe (52%)
  • chole (22%)
  • chlow (9%)
  • khloe (9%)
  • clhloe (4%)
  • kayleighs (4%)
Misspellings percentages are collected from over 15,411,110 spell check sessions on www.spellchecker.net from Jan 2010 - Jun 2012.
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Chloe

  \ch-loe\
 

Meaning: green shoot

Origin: Greek

Details:
Chloe as a girl's name is pronounced KHLOH-ee. It is of Greek origin, and the meaning of Chloe is "green shoot". From Khloe, originally used in the classical period to symbolize the fertility goddess Demeter in blooming and verdant glory. May be connected with Chloris. Appears in the Bible as the name of someone mentinoed by Saint Paul, and also as a name in literature, especially in the tale of Daphnis and Chloe, set to music by Ravel. Adopted by Puritans in the 17th century. In French it is spelled Chloe, and sometimes in English it is spelled Chloe. Chloe can be used to create compound names like Chloe-Anne or Chloe-Louise. Candice Bergen has a daughter named Chloe. Actresses Chloe Webb, Chloe Sevigny.

Sounds Like: Cole, Calie, Calee, Cahlie.

Variants: Kloe, Chloee, Clo, Cloe, Cloey, Clorinda, Khloe, Khloey.

Examples of usage for Chloe:

1) Accordingly, on Sunday, when everybody has roast meat for dinner, all the cooks were to be seen in the streets, 'Pray have you seen our Chloe? - "England in the Days of Old", William Andrews.

2) And I had listened, when a boy, to the traditions connected with the plantations of my ancestors,- of the Keziahs and Mammy Crouches and Mammy Janes,- but I had never looked into the eyes of one of the old school until I saw Aunt Chloe, nor had I ever fully realized how quaintly courteous and gentle one of them could be until, with an old- time manner, born of a training seldom found outside of the old Southern homes, she bent forward, spread her apron with both hands, and with a little backward dip had said as she left me that first day: " Thank ye, suh! - "The Other Fellow", F. Hopkinson Smith.

3) Does it look like anybody you ever saw, Aunt Chloe? - "The Other Fellow", F. Hopkinson Smith.

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