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Héloïse

[ el-oh-eez; French ey-law-eez ]
/ ˈɛl oʊˌiz; French eɪ lɔˈiz /
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noun

1101?–64, French abbess: pupil of and secretly married to Pierre Abélard.Compare Abélard.
a female given name, French form of Eloise or Louise.

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Héloïse
/ (ˈɛləʊˌiːz, French elɔiz) /

noun

?1101–64, pupil, mistress, and wife of Abelard
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