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Eula may refer to:

  • EULA or end-user license agreement, a type of software license agreement
  • Eula (river), a right tributary of the Wyhra in Saxony, Germany
  • Eula, Arkansas, a place in the United States
  • Eula, Berga, a village in the borough of Berga/Elster, Greiz district, Thuringia, Germany
  • Eula, Borna, a village in the borough of Borna, Leipzig district, Saxony, Germany
  • Eula, Nossen, a village in the borough of Nossen, Meißen district, Saxony, Germany
  • Eula, Texas, a community in the United States
  • Jílovský potok, known as Eula in German, a tributary of the Elbe in Czech Republic
  • Eulatal, a former municipality in the Leipzig district, Saxony, Germany.
  • Eula (given name), a feminine given name
  • Joe Eula (1925–2004), American fashion illustrator
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