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  1. #6
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    It's 'oh-lolly' (like lollipop).
    I prefer the full name, Eulalia or the variant Olalla (oh-lolly-ah). Olallie would be the equivalent of Eulalie

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  2. #8
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    I have never heard anything other than you-LAY-lee so that is how I say it. Very beautiful name!

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  3. #10
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    you-LAY-lee.
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  4. #12
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    Eulalie is such a gorgeous name. I read a long time ago it's supposed to be uh(with the slightest r sound)-La-lee, but I can't find where I saw that. I prefer yoo-La-lee.
    Mommy to Mr. Ivan Eli

  5. #14
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    It's yoo*-lah-LEE — being a French name and all.

    I think yoo-LAY-lee is acceptable as the English pronounciation, the same way Genevieve, Sophie, and Michelle are pronounced differently from the original — just don't go around saying it's French.
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