French form of Eulalia, Greek
"sweetly speaking"

Eulalie Origin and Meaning

The name Eulalie is a girl's name of French origin meaning "sweetly speaking".

Eulalie hasn't ranked in the US Top 1000 since 1899, but its French roots might make it more appealing to modern ears than its sister Eulalia.

"Eulalie" is a poem by Edgar Allan Poe, and the name also appeared in Gone With the Wind and The Music Man. It has been on the French popularity list for most of the 2000s. Eulalie Spence was a playwright from the British West Indies who contributed to the Harlem Renaissance.

# 916 in the US

Eulalie Rank in US Top 1000

# 837 on Nameberry

Eulalie Rank in Nameberry Top 1000

Eulalie Popularity

Famous People Named Eulalie

  • Eulalie SpenceAmerican Harlem Renaissance playwright
  • Eulalie JensenAmerican actress
  • Eulalie PiccardRussian,Swiss novelist
  • Virginie Pivert "Eulalie" de Senancour (born AgatheEulalie,Ursule Pivert de Senancour), French novelist and journalist
  • Eulalie MorinFrench painter
  • Eulalie Mélanie Durocherbirth name of Marie Rose Durocher, Canadian beatified nun
  • Eulalie Minfred BanksEnglish children's illustrator
  • EulalieVictoire Jacqueline Viel, birth name of Saint Placide Viel, French professed religious

Eulalie in Pop Culture

  • Eulalie Robillardcharacter in Margaret Mitchell's "Gone with the Wind"
  • 'To Eulalie' dedication of an Edgar Allan Poe poem
  • Eulalie Mackechnie ShinnThe Mayor's Wife in musical "The Music Man”
  • Eulalie Thaumascharacter in Erin Craig’s "House of Salt and Sorrows"
  • Pronounced both as {yooluh,lee} and {yoo,lay,lee}