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Gender: F Meaning of Eulalie: "sweetly speaking" Origin of Eulalie: French form of Eulalia

Eulalie has never ranked in the US Top 1000, 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.

Famous People Named Eulalie

Eulalie Spence, American Harlem Renaissance playwright
Eulalie Jensen, American actress
Eulalie Piccard, Russian-Swiss novelist
Virginie Pivert "Eulalie" de Senancour (born Agathe-Eulalie-Ursule Pivert de Senancour), French novelist and journalist
Eulalie Morin, French painter
Eulalie Mélanie Durocher, birth name of Marie Rose Durocher, Canadian beatified nun
Eulalie Minfred Banks, English children's illustrator

Pop Culture References for the name Eulalie

Eulalie Robillard, character in Margaret Mitchell's "Gone with the Wind"
'To Eulalie,' dedication of an Edgar Allan Poe poem
Eulalie Mackechnie Shinn, The Mayor's Wife in musical "The Music Man"
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