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Élie is the French equivalent of "Elias" or "Elijah."[1]

French masculine given name[edit]

Double and middle names[edit]

Variant spellings[edit]

Hélie and Hélias, also Élias:


Geographical names[edit]


  1. ^ The Complete Baby Name Book 1989 Page 92 "It was revived in the seventeenth century by the Puritans, and it's still used, especially by religious Protestant families. Famous name: Elie Wiesel (novelist) Variations: Elia (Italian), Elias (English), Élie (French), ..."