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“Good” Greek names: Eugenia, Eunice, Euphemia, Eusebia

Most parents I know think Eu-names are, well, ewww.

That’s too bad. I can see why Eu-names might not have the appeal of names like Jayden and Ashley, but they’re still great names–especially if you’re searching for something unusual but still legitimate (i.e. not a modern creation).

The prefix means “well; good; easy” and is featured in Greek names such as the ones below. (I stuck to feminine versions just to keep things consistent.)

Euangeliagood news
Eudoxiagood fame
Eugeniawell-born
Eulaliagood talk
Eunicegood victory
Eunomiagood order
Euodiagood odor
Euphemiagood speech
Euphrasiagood cheer
Euphroniagood state of mind
Eupraxiagood practice
Eusebiagood reverence
Eustaciagood harvest
Eustathiawell-built
Eustorgiagood family-love
Euthaliagood bloom
Euthymiagood mood
Eutropiagood bend
Eutychiagood fortune

English-speakers tend to pronounce that first syllable “yoo,” but I’m pretty sure the Greeks articulated each vowel in the diphthong separately. Maybe English-speakers would find Eu-names more intriguing if we returned to that original “eh-oo” pronunciation? Hm.