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Heloise was the name of a famous medieval writer/philosopher and nun. She is best known, however, through her ill-fated relationship with her mentor, Abelard, and the letters that survive from their lifelong correspondence.
ars musica  11/30/2005
Heloise is the name of a columnist/author/magazine editor, who helps people with household difficulties. As far as I know, she goes by only her first name.
breakofday  12/22/2005
Mercedes Heloise, my daughter's name, the most beautiful one. Both names are in Le Comte de Monte Cristo. Read it!
― Anonymous User  1/24/2007
Jean-Jacques Rousseau (a famous philosopher of the Age of Enlightenment) wrote a novel called "La Nouvelle Héloïse" (the new Heloise). There isn't a character named Héloïse in this novel but the plot takes its inspiration from Héloïse and Abélard's story.
Marie-Amelie  5/16/2008
Heloise is an adorable dog in Dodie Smith's 'I Capture the Castle'. They also have a cat named Abelard.
― Anonymous User  12/22/2008
This is a very nice French name, although I don't think it would be at all nice in English, except maybe among French Canadians and in Canada in general it would be acceptable. :-)
walesgal92  2/26/2011
Heloise is a very intelligent 11-year-old young girl from Jimmy Two-Shoes.
Franklansburg  3/8/2014
Héloïse de Villefort is the evil second wife of Gérard de Villefort and the stepmother of Valentine in Alexandre Dumas' The Count of Monte Cristo. She goes on a poisoning spree, killing several people, culminating with her own son. (I still like the name though.)
Acajou  4/29/2014
I freaking love the name Heloise! I think the love story of Heloise and Abelard is really interesting! :D
― Anonymous User  9/17/2015

cziehl  12/14/2015

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