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Gender: F Meaning of Elodie: "foreign riches" Origin of Elodie: French, variation of Greek Alodia

The lyrical and melodious Elodie, a budding Nameberry favorite, is an overlooked medieval saint's name that could be a more sophisticated tribute to an Aunt Melody.

Elodie (accent over the first E), is a major character in the Emile Zola novel The Earth. Princess Elodie is the protagonist of the video game Long Live The Queen and there was a character on The Hills named Elodie..

Now at Number 32 on Nameberry, Elodie is currently enjoying popularity in her native France and in England and Wales.

Famous People Named Elodie

Élodie Bouchez, French actress
Élodie Frégé, French singer and actress
Elodie Keene, American film director
Élodie Yung, French actress
Elodie Lauten, French-American composer
Élodie Ginette Thomis, French footballer
(Nioun Chin) Elodie Li Yuk Lo, Mauritian Olympic beach volleyball player
Élodie Ouédraogo, Belgian Olympic sprinter
Elodie Ghedin, Canadian parasitologist and virologist
Elodie Portaries, French rugby player
Elodie Guiglion, French rugby player

Pop Culture References for the name Elodie

Elodie Parris, character in "Hex Hall" by Rachel Hawkins
Elodie "Lodie," character in "A Tale of Two Castles" by Gail Carson Levine
Elodie, character in "Rose Under Fire" by Elizabeth Wein
Elodie, character in Margaret Haddix's Missing Children series
Queen Elodie, main character in the video game "Long Live The Queen"

Elody, Helodia, Helodie, Elodee, Helodea, Elodea

Elodie's International Variations

Elodia (Spanish)