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Elodie is a baby girl’s name of French origin that means “foreign riches”. Elodie is a traditional name but it has only become popular in the US as of 2019. As of 2020 it is #701.

Meaning of the name Elodie:

French: foreign riches

Origin of the name Elodie:

Elodie is a French baby girl’s name that means “foreign riches”. Elodie comes from the ancient Germanic name Alodia.

Symbolism of the name Elodie:

Elodie means “foreign riches” and evokes images of wealth and power: gold, jewelry, and gemstones.

baby name Elodie

Style of the name Elodie:

traditional

Gender of the name Elodie:

Elodie is a girl's name.

Pronunciation of the name Elodie:

eh-LOW-dee (English), EH-LAW-DEE (French)

Number of syllables in the name Elodie:

three

Emotion evoked from the name Elodie:

Elodie evokes feelings of prosperity and beauty.

Alternative spellings for the name Elodie:

Alodie, Elody, Alody

Nicknames for the name Elodie:

Popularity of the name Elodie:

According to the Social Security Administration, Elodie is a popular baby girl’s name. Elodie first entered the top 1000 baby names in 2019 and is #701 as of 2020.

Related names for the name Elodie:

Great middle names for the name Elodie and their meanings:

Famous people with the name Elodie:

  • Elodie Keene (American film director)
  • Élodie Yung (French actress)
  • Elodie Lauten (French-American composer)
  • Élodie Bouchez (French actress)
  • Élodie Navarre (French actress)

Elodie in popular culture:

  • Elodie Verlac (literature, “The Mortal Instruments” by Cassandra Clare)
  • Elodie Lochan (literature, “Throne of Glass” by Sarah J. Maas)
  • Queen Elodie (video game, “Long Live the Queen”)
  • Elodie (literature, “A Tale of Two Castles” by Gail Carson Levine)
  • Elodie (literature, “Rose Under Fire” by Elizabeth Wein)