Do you know an Elodie?

(92 Posts)
AmIGoingMad Sun 30-Jun-13 18:54:41

Hi!
I'm trying to work out how popular the name Elodie is now in the uk.
When I've started threads on here on this name, lots have said that its popular but its not on top 100 lists and I've not heard of any around here.

So, do you know any? How old are they?

TIA!smile

GW297 Sat 06-Jul-13 10:14:22

Congratulations! Thanks for the update.

DonkeysDontRideBicycles Sat 06-Jul-13 10:42:01

Hello Elodie's mummy AmIGoingMad great name choice - congratulations thanks.

MummyPig24 Sun 07-Jul-13 21:21:33

I know 2 Elodies, both 3.

I was at uni with an Elodie, who was Scottish. She will be 35 now.

Radiator1234 Sun 07-Jul-13 21:24:27

I know an Elodie in France she is in her early 30s I think it's a pretty name

Yika Sun 07-Jul-13 22:29:58

Yes, French colleague, mid-30s. I personally don't like the name at all.

AmIGoingMad Sun 07-Jul-13 23:26:48

I personally love it as you might have noticed from the update that I've just named my daughter Elodie! smile

Flibbedyjibbet Sun 07-Jul-13 23:30:30

Yes, she's 4. At first I thought it was parents messing with and incorrectly spelling Melody!

Lovingpeasandcarrots Sun 07-Jul-13 23:38:32

CongratulationssmileWelcome to the world Elodie

It's my daughters middle name so I think its great.

I know of one other - both nearly a year old now.

MultipleMama Mon 08-Jul-13 10:28:37

DT2's middle name is the male version; Elodin. Lovely name - I love the female version!

tableandsofa Tue 09-Jul-13 13:23:23

I know two. 2 yo & 18 months

8thplace Wed 10-Jul-13 16:49:47

I don't know anyone called Elodie.
Its a lovely name. Congratulations.

BettyBi0 Wed 10-Jul-13 18:54:54

I've only met one Elodie. She was tall, blonde, quite horsey and a bit dippy but very nice. I think it is a lovely name

Decameron Thu 11-Jul-13 18:07:53

Congratulations, it's a beautiful name. I know one Elodie (in London), age 5.

Champagnebubble Thu 11-Jul-13 19:00:53

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Linguaphile Fri 12-Jul-13 07:43:53

Yep, one who is still in-utero. American, though.

Linguaphile Fri 12-Jul-13 07:44:19

The mother's American, I mean.

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