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Gender: F Origin of Eula: Diminutive of Eulalia

Eula is a slightly sweeter and more compact version of Eulalia. Currently, neither name is given to more than a handful of girls each year. Eula was fairly popular in the US during the early twentieth century, and she last ranked in the Top 1000 in 1960.

Eula Beal was an American opera singer, and Eula Biss is an award-winning American writer.

Famous People Named Eula

Eula Beal, American opera singer
Eula Biss, American essayist and author
Eula Hall, American activist
Julia "Eula" Amorsolo Valdez, Filipina actress
Eula Bingham, American scientist
(Lou) Eula May Caballero, Filipina actress

Pop Culture References for the name Eula

Eula Varner Snopes, sensual but fat and lazy character in William Faulkner's 1931 novel 'The Hamlet'
Eula Varner, Lee Remick's character in 'The Long, Hot Summer' (1958)
Eula Goodnight, character in 'Rooster Cogburn' (1975)