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Girl Names Starting with Eu-

Eu- baby names and what they mean, with 20 results. These girl names were at the apex of their popularity during 1900-1909 (USAGE OF 0.43%) and are now significantly less common (USAGE 0.01%, 98.3%), with names like Eunice falling out of fashion. Euber (TOP 81%) and Eun (40%) are common Eu- last names. Here is the list of Eu- names for boys.

Eu- names

Eubh - Eustacia

Var. of Eve. Stems fr. Latin, Hebrew. "Life, animal." Not that common as a girls' name.

Form of Eva. From Hebrew. "Life, animal." Rather quirky as a girls' name.

Eudocia, var. Eudoxie, Eudoxia, Eudosia, Eudokia
Stems fr. Greek element. "Good reputation; comfort." Uncommon, but Eudosia, var. are comparable to common surnames Earcia (UPPER 78%), Eufemia (88%), which also end with -ia.

Eudora and variants

Eudora, var. Eudore
Root fr. Greek language. "Good gift." Eudora is familiar as a girls' name among these forms.

Eugenia and variants

Eugenia, var. Eugina, Eugenie, Eugena
Derivative of Greek language. "Noble aristocrat." Eugena, Eugenia and Eugenie are more familiar as baby names among these versions.

Form of Grace. From Latin. "Favor, blessing." Eugracia was not a Top birth name in 2018.


Form of Ula. Derivative of Scandinavian, Celtic, Hawaiian elements. "Wealthy." Eula is a familiar (UPPER 10%) female name.

Eulalia and variants

Eulalia, var. Eulia, Eulaylie, Eulaylia, Eulalja, Eulalee, Eulalie, Eulah, Eula2
Source fr. Greek. "Good speaking." Adoption of Eulalie and variants was common 118 years ago.


Var. of Una. Derivative of Latin. "One." Euna is a commonplace (UPPER 76%) feminine name.

Derivative of Scottish word. Anglicized form of the Gaelic name .. Adoption of Euna was up a century ago. See also Eanna.

Top 2000 baby names ranking of Eu- names: Eudora, Eugenia, Eugenie, Eula, Eulah

Top 2000 baby names ranking of Eu- names: Eulalia, Eulalie, Euna, Eunice, Euphemia

Eunice and variants

Eunice, var. Euniss, Eunike, Eunices
Root fr. Greek language. "Good victory." Eunice is widely used as a birth name among these versions.

Effie and variants

Euphie1, Euphemie1, Euphemia1
Forms of Effie. Origin fr. Greek word. "Well-spoken." Euphemia is prevalent as a baby name compared to Euphemie, Euphie.

Euphemia2, var. Euphie2, Euphenia, Euphemie2, Eufemia, Eufane
Based on Greek language. "Good to speak." Eufemia exists often (UPPER 88%) as a surname.

From Greek element. "Joy." Euphrosyne is seldom adopted as a birth name.

Eurfron, var. Eurfyn
Root fr. Welsh language. "Golden breast." Marfron is a creative variation.

Euron, var. Eurys, Euryl, Euriona
Root fr. Welsh language. "Golden." Euron, Eurys, etc. were not Top birth names in 2018.

Derivative of Welsh element. "Golden." Euronwy is rare as a girls' name.

Eurwen, var. Eurwyn
From Welsh element. "Gold and fair." Not widespread. Eurwen and Eurwyn are not listed in the US Census.

Eurydice, var. Euridiss, Euridice
Source fr. Greek word. .. wife of the musician Orpheus. Eurydice, Euridice and Euridiss are not often adopted as girls' names.

Eustacia, var. Eustolia, Eustacie
Derived fr. Greek. "Fruitful." Unusual. Eustacia, Eustolia, similar to Eudocia, Eugracia, have the -ia ending.

Quick Reference

Summary Index of names [and variants] for Eu- names for girls.

1. Eubh - Eustacia
Eve [Eubh], Eva [Eubha], Eudocia [Eudoxie, Eudoxia, Eudosia, Eudokia], Eudora [Eudore], Eugenia [Eugina, Eugena, Eugenie], Grace [Eugracia], Ula [Eula], Eulalia [Eula, Eulah, Eulia, Eulalja, Eulalie, Eulalee, Eulaylie, Eulaylia], Una [Euna], Euna, Eunice [Euniss, Eunike, Eunices], Effie [Euphie, Euphemie, Euphemia], Euphemia [Euphie, Eufane, Eufemia, Euphenia, Euphemie], Euphrosyne, Eurfron [Eurfyn], Euron [Eurys, Euryl, Euriona], Euronwy, Eurwen [Eurwyn], Eurydice [Euridiss, Euridice], Eustacia [Eustolia, Eustacie]

Usage comparison for Eu- names