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Gender: F Meaning of Eugenia: "wellborn" Origin of Eugenia: Feminine variation of Eugene, Greek

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Eugenia, a name scarcely used at all since the 1980's, is another that flourished a century ago and could be due for a revival.

Eugenia has some interesting literary references, including the fascinating Baroness Eugenie Munster in Henry James's The Europeans and Eugenia Alabaster, a leading character in A. S. Byatt's Angels and Insects, and it was also the birth name of Skeeter in the book and film The Help.

The third century St. Eugenia, an early Roman Christian martyr, is remembered for disguising herself as a man to escape persecution.

Music lovers will be familiar with the name of renowned flute virtuoso Eugenia Zukerman.

Famous People Named Eugenia

Queen Victoria Eugenia of Spain
Princess Eugenia de Bourbon
Eugenia Volodina, Russian model

Pop Culture References for the Name Eugenia

Eugenia "Skeeter" Phelan, in the U.S. novel and film "The Help"
Eugenia Willans, on the U.S. soap "Days of Our Lives"
Eugenia Spence, founder of Spence Academy in the Gemma Doyle Trilogy

Eugenee, Eugenina, Eugina, Geena, Gena, Gene, Genia, Genie, Janie, Jeena, Jenna, Jennie

Eugenia's International Variations

Eugénie, Génie (French) Evgenia, Zenechka, Zenya, Yevgenia (Russian)