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Eudes may refer to:
- Eudes de France, was a King of Western Francia, reigning from 888-898
- Eudes-Henry (946–1002), Duke of Burgundy (944–965)
- Eudes, Count of Penthièvre and Count of Brittany (999–1079)
- Eudes, Viscount of Porhoet (died 1170), second husband of Bertha, Duchess of Brittany, and her consor
- Eudes de Pin, Grand Master of the Knights Hospitaller
- Jean Eudes (1601–1680), founder of the Eudists, a religious order of the Roman Catholic Church
- Saint-Jean-Eudes, a community and sector of Saguenay, Quebec named in honour of Jean Eudes
- Raymond Eudes (1912–1980), French Canadian lawyer and politician
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