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*HAILAGAZ *WîDA- > HELEWIDIS > HéLOïSE

This name derives From the Old French name “Héloïse”, which in turn comes from the Old High German name “Helewidis”, composed of two Ancient Germanic elements: “*hailagaz” (holy, sacred, to hallow, to make holy, to sanctify) and “*wîda-” (wide, big, spacious, far). In English, until the thirteenth century, it was a common in its medieval form, Helewis. After this fell into disuse, it was brought back into vogue in the nineteenth century, in the form Eloise.

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