Eloisa

Origin: Germanic

Meaning: Eloisa is the Latinate form of Eloise, the English form of Old French Héloïse which comes from Helewise, the medieval English form of Germanic name Helewidis meaning “healthy, wide” from Germanic elements heil (hale, healthy) and wid (wide).

Variants:

  • Eloise (English)
  • Héloïse (French)
  • Heloise (French, English)
  • Helewise (Medieval English)
  • Helewidis (Ancient Germanic)
  • Éloise (French)
  • Eloísa (Spanish)
  • Éloïse (French)

 

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