Eunice

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Gender: F Meaning of Eunice: "good victory" Origin of Eunice: Greek

Eunice is a New Testament name of the mother of Timothy, long associated with one of the Kennedy sisters, the founder of the Special Olympics. As high as Number 106 in the early 1900s, it lasted on the list until 1995. Eunice was the birth name of Nina Simone, which gives it a modicum of cool.

Famous People Named Eunice

Eunice Norton, American pianist
Eunice Kennedy Shriver, American humanitarian
Eunice Kathleen Waymon, birth name American jazz singer and composer Nina Simone
Eunice Jepkorir, Kenyan Olympic distance runner
Eunice Gayson, English actress and first Bond Girl
Eunice de Souza, Indian poet

Pop Culture References for the name Eunice

Eunice Douglas, character on TV's "Green Acres"
Eunice Wentworth "Lovey" Howell, character on TV's "Gilligan's Island"
Eunice Bates, character in movie "She's The Man"
Eunice Harper Higgins, character (played by Carol Burnett) from the TV show "Mama's Family" and originally from a comedy sketch on "The Carol Burnett Show"
Sister Mary Eunice, character on TV's "American Horror Story"
Eunice Gracedieu, from The Legacy of Cain (1889) by Wilkie Collins
Eunice McCabe, housemaid on TV's "Upstairs, Downstairs"
Eunice Dunstan, character on Irish soap "Fair City"
Eunice Carr, character in L. M. Montgomery's short story "In Her Selfless Mood"
Eunice, Louisiana, USA

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