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Eulalia is a feminine given name of Greek origin, Ευλαλια, meaning "well-spoken." It may refer to:
- Saint Eulalia, the name of two venerated Spanish martyr saints, with similar hagiographies of possibly same historical origin, with several locales in Roman Catholic countries named after them:
- Eulalia, an abbess of Shaftesbury abbey in Dorset (England)
- Eulalia Ares de Vildoza (1809–1884), Argentinian coup leader
- Infanta Eulalia of Spain (1864–1958)
- Santa Eulalia del Rio, the Spanish name for the town of Santa Eulària des Riu.
- Sainte-Eulalie, Quebec
- Sainte-Eulalie, Gironde in the Aquitaine region of France
- Sainte-Eulalie, Ardèche in the Rhône-Alpes region of France
- Eulalia Township, Potter County, Pennsylvania, USA
- Eulalia, Norman Park, a heritage-listed house in Brisbane, Queensland, Australia
- 495 Eulalia, an asteroid
- Eulalia (animal), a genus of annelid worms
- Eulalia, a synonym for the genus Odontomyia of flies
- Eulalia (plant), a genus of grasses named after Eulalie Delile
- Eulalia grass, the common name for the cultivated Miscanthus sinensis (syn. Eulalia japonica), a grass species
- Adelpha eulalia, a species of nymphalid butterfly
- Eulalia Bon, a character in Absalom, Absalom! by William Faulkner
- A principal character in The Amours of Sainfroid and Eulalia
- Eulalia!, name of the 19th novel in the Redwall series by Brian Jacques
- Eulalie, the ladies' lingerie business run by itinerant dictator Roderick Spode in the works of P. G. Wodehouse
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