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When you see the name Khloe, you may first think of Khloe Kardashian. This reality TV star helped to popularize the title, but it originates from early Greek mythology. In modern times, as of 2021, Khloe is still a top 200 option at rank 176.

Meaning of the name Khloe:

Greek: young green shoot

Origin of the name Khloe:

Khloe is a spelling variation of Chloe. It became popular in America because of Khloe Kardashian from “Keeping Up with the Kardashians.” Chloe was an epithet for Demeter, the Greek goddess of the harvest. Paul also referenced a woman named Chloe in the New Testament. She was one of the members of the early Christian church, making the title popular after the Protestant Reformation.

Symbolism of the name Khloe:

The baby name Khloe has the same meaning as the original spelling, Chloe. The names mean “young green shoot” in Greek. Chloe specifically referenced the goddess of the harvest in Greek mythology, Demeter. This reference helps the definition make better sense.

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Gender of the name Khloe:

Khloe is an upbeat name for girls.

Pronunciation of the name Khloe:


Number of syllables in the name Khloe:


Emotion evoked from the name Khloe:

Khloe is an upbeat and fun-spirited baby name. It is youthful and extroverted.

Alternative spellings for the name Khloe:

Nicknames for the name Khloe:

  • Khlo
  • Klo Klo
  • KK
  • Koko
  • Lolo
  • Kleo

Popularity of the name Khloe:

Khloe was first a top 1,000 baby name in 2006 at rank 950. It is still on the Social Security Popularity Index as of 2021 at number 176. Khloe was on the top 100 list from 2009 to 2013, ranking highest in 2010 at 42.

Related names for the name Khloe:

Great middle names for Khloe and their meanings:

Famous people with the name Khloe:

  • Khloe Kardashian (reality TV star)
  • Khloe Evans (reality TV star)

Khloes in popular culture:

  • Khloe Kinsella (character from the “Canterwood Series”)
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