Comments for the name Khloe

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I love this spelling of Chloe!
-- nelirosala  7/26/2006
Yuck! This is a terrible way to spell Chloe.
-- Anonymous User  2/11/2007
I don't really like the name "Chloe," but the use of a "k" sound spelled with "ch" creates a distinctive and slightly attractive Greek look. By spelling this name as "Khloe," the name transforms into an artificial variant which somewhat diminishes the beauty of the name.
-- Ouaie  6/14/2007
I don't care for this variation at all.
-- Druid  7/13/2007
This is an ugly spelling of Chloe, and it looks tacky too, like something immature parents would choose.
-- slight night shiver  4/26/2008
Khloe Kardashian is the sister of the (in)famous socialite Kim Kardashian, which is why I would never use this name.
-- Anonymous User  7/24/2008
Yuck. Khloe isn't a name. At least spell it Chloe or Cloe. Names that begin with 'kh', unless they're Arabic, are very trashy.
-- bananarama  7/25/2008
If you're dying to spell this name with a 'k', go with Kloey or something (have a "Zoey" influence on it). Honestly, the 'kh' beginning here looks obnoxious.
-- erb816  4/16/2009
This spelling looks really tacky and ugly. Just use Chloe.
-- number1212  5/15/2009
I kind of like Chloe spelled with a C. But not with a K.
-- Anonymous User  7/4/2009
To me, this name is an ugly, failed attempt to make Chloe 'unique.' (Notice 'unique' is in quotations!) And the 'Kh' doesn't look very good to me.
-- -Julia-  9/22/2009
Hideous spelling of an already very childish name.
-- Chrila96  11/16/2010
This substitution of Ks for Cs in names in attempts to make them look 'unique' is getting outrageous. The 'kh' in this name makes it look trashy.
-- Lanthansparrow  7/21/2011
First off all you haters, you should consider that Khloe is the original GREEK way of spelling KHLOE, it's in the bible as Khloe. It wasn't until the French took the name that it became Chloƫ! The meaning in Greek is green blossom & it is associated with goddess Dimetrious.
-- Anonymous User  9/16/2011
Khloe is not a variant of Chloe, but rather, it is the other way around. Khloe is the original Greek spelling, while Chloe is actually a latinized form of Khloe. There is no way that Chloe would have been the original Greek spelling, since the Greeks never had a C in their alphabet (only a K). The Romans, in turn, never had a K in their alphabet (only a C), so that is how Khloe originally became latinized as Chloe.
-- Lucille  11/10/2011
Greek has the letter CHI which is usually transliterated CH (rarely KH) as well as KAPPA (K).
-- Anonymous User  2/14/2012
What have you done with such beautiful name?
-- theadiragram  11/19/2011
I really hope this spelling goes out of fashion. It just looks wrong.
-- Anonymous User  3/7/2012
"Hi! We're a couple of douchebag morons who ruined a perfectly good name by following the pointless trend of replacing C's with K's! Aren't we special?"

BLECH.
-- Anonymous User  5/26/2012
The fact that this name is in the top 50 seriously worries me...
-- absolutamento  7/4/2012
I'm sorry but this just proves that adding a k in every name does not give an edge to it. This name looks urban and just because Khloe Kardashian has this name doesn't make it bad it makes it good. I don't get how you guys can complain about how fake Kim and Kourtney are but you slander Khloe for her appearance but she's the realest person in that family. So it's a plus but the name still suck.
-- 555jazzy  7/20/2012
Oh my god. This is horrible. I like Chloe, but this is absolutely awful. I don't even think k and h would make a hard c sound in normal circumstances but whatever, all those trendy parents can spell names however they want, who cares about English pronunciation rules? It makes me sick that this "name" is in the top 50. The poor innocent kid is going to have to go through life constantly correcting people on how to spell her name, all will assume her parents were trashy and sickeningly influenced by reality television. My guess would be that at least a third of these poor little "Khloe"'s have parents who are either unmarried, uneducated, under the age of 20, or all of the above. But that's just the impression this name gives me.
-- Anonymous User  3/9/2013
The popularity graph for this name is literally a straight line. The increase
In popularity is enormous in the first years it was used. It jumped nearly 300 spots one year, and 500 the next, and 100 the next! I am completely appalled at how popular this trashy 'name' got in just a few short years. I mean, that has a to be a record or something. Just because of the Kardashians? Are you kidding? That's an absolutely horrible source to get your child's name. What is wrong with people?
-- Anonymous User  8/5/2013
I like this name in theory, because it's more phonetic: the Ch in Chloe theoretically makes the ch sound, and the K makes more sense that way. But honestly, I don't like it and it does look tacky.
-- Eievie  9/2/2013
I like this name in theory. It's the original Greek spelling. Also, it's more phonetic (ch usually makes a different sound, but kh is very phonetic).

But honestly... it does look trashy to me. I don't want it to, and I know in my head that it's not, but I just can't get past the feeling.
-- Eievie  1/8/2014
In my opinion, it's sad to see people comment that whoever named a child Khloe is probably dumb, and other mean stuff. But since it's your comment/opinion I can respect that. It's just sad because my name is Khloe.. no joke.
-- Anonymous User  7/19/2014
Khloe may be the original Greek spelling of the name, but this variation's surge in popularity has nothing to do with that and everything to do with the fact that Kris Jenner wanted all "K" names for her daughters. I'm not a huge fan of Chloe with a C, but I like this version even less.
-- Marauder  8/30/2014

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