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861 Eugena Greek Wellborn. Feminine of Eugene. F
862 Eugenia French Noble. F
863 Eugenia Greek Nobility, well born. A feminine form of Eugene. F
864 Eugenie French A feminine form of the Greek Eugene. Famous bearer: Napoleon III's wife, the French empress Eugenie. F
865 Eugenie Greek Variant of Eugenia: Nobility, well born. A feminine form of Eugene. F
866 Eugina Greek Wellborn. Feminine of Eugene. F
867 EuIycleia Greek Nurse of Odysseus. F
868 Eula Greek Sweet-spoken. F
869 Eulah Greek Sweet-spoken. F

870 Eulalia Greek Sweetly speaking, sweet-spoken. Famous bearer; 4th century Spanish martyr St Eulalia. F
871 Eulalie French French form of the Greek Eulalia, meaning sweetly speaking, well - spoken. F
872 Eulalie Greek Variant of Eulalia: Sweetly speaking, sweet-spoken. F
873 Eulallia Greek Well spoken. F
874 Eulia Greek Sweet-spoken. F
875 Eunice Biblical Good victory. F
876 Eunice Greek Good victory, joyous victory. she conquers. Famous bearer: In the bible Eunice was a woman noted for being without hypocrisy. F
877 Eunomia Greek Order. F
878 Euodias Biblical Sweet scent. F
879 Euphemia Greek Auspicious speech or good repute. Famous bearer: 4th-century martyr St Euphemia. F
880 Euphemia Scottish A popular Scottish name taken from the Greek, meaning auspicious speech or good repute. F