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In Greek mythology, Eugeneia was the goddess of politeness.
-- Damis  6/27/2005
My mum's middle name is Eugenia. We pronounce it the Spanish way - Eh-oo-HEN-yah. It's funny to say.
-- Anonymous User  8/6/2006
Eugenia Volodina (Russian: Евгения Володина, b. September 17, 1984 in Kazan, Russia) is a Russian supermodel.
-- sweetbabe  11/21/2006
I think it's a harsh and ugly name like Eugine. I met a girl who's about to be fourteen with this name. I wonder what she thinks of it.
-- writing the world  3/3/2007
I actually rather like this name for some weird reason. Fair enough, it is very old-fashioned, and the people who name their daghters Eugenia today are probably elitist snobs, but I like it all the same. I'm not nostalgic of the old times when this was a common name, but it has that old-fashioned, sophisticated elegance to it. A girl named Eugenia could always go by Jean, which may be dated itself, but is still quite common as a middle name, even if for rather unintelligent country girls. Or, she could go by Genia or Ginny. I won't use a variant of a name that has been the name of saints and popes, but I like this feminine name.
-- slight night shiver  5/23/2008
This is my second-favorite girls' name. It's very beautiful.
-- bananarama  8/22/2008
My mother's middle name is Eugena, though only on one official document. It has been misspelled on a variety of birth certificates as Eugenie, Eugenia and even Eugene. She wishes her mother had spelled it Eugenia.
-- Anonymous User  2/13/2009
Eugenia "Jean" Harrington, played by Barbara Stanwyck, is a goodhearted grifter in the classic screwball comedy "The Lady Eve".
-- Clytemnestra  5/7/2009
I like it. Not a name I would use, but for some reason it appeals to me! I'm fond of it.
-- italiannames  12/21/2009
Pretty name, but tough to pull off.
-- Chrila96  8/16/2010
My husband's grandmother was named Eugenia, and it's likely we will use this name in some way if we have a daughter. She was a poor, hard-working woman in the Philippines, and we are hardly "elitist snobs". There are a variety of reasons for choosing names and making assumptions about people's choices is pretty obnoxious.
-- Anonymous User  1/13/2012
Maria Eugenia (1625-1527) was the daughter of King Philip IV of Spain and his wife Elisabeth.
-- CarolinW  7/22/2012
Eugenia Clinchard (born 1904 in Oakland, California) was an American actress.
-- Anonymous User  8/8/2012
My name is Eugenia. I'm from Greece and here the name is quite well known. I got it from my grandmother. It is a custom here for the first child to be named after her/his father's parents. Kind of an old fashioned way to name your children, but I like my name and at least for now no one has ever told me anything negative.
-- Anonymous User  8/6/2015
My mother, great grandmother and niece are named Eugenia. We are of Greek ancestry and in our part of Greece, it is customary for the firstborn daughter to be named after her maternal grandmother and the firstborn son is named after his paternal grandfather. As the previous person commented, Eugenia is a popular name in Greece and among descendants of Greeks abroad.
-- irediamant  10/14/2015
I don't know why, but I rather like the name Eugenia. It's pretty, and not very common in the United States.
-- 1836732  5/30/2016
The name Eugenia was given to 36 girls born in the US in 2015.
-- HerculePoirot  6/13/2016
I'm a little surprised no one's mentioned Eugenia "Skeeter" Phelan from "The Help", a book by Kathryn Stockett. She's a wonderful bundle of contradictions - she's a 23-year-old white woman in the early 1960s South with a cotton trust fund and a college degree, she lives at home on her family's cotton plantation (Longleaf), and she devotes herself, at considerable risk, to a book featuring the real stories of the black women who work for the white families in her hometown of Jackson, Mississippi. Emma Stone plays her in the 2011 film based on this amazing book. I highly recommend it!
-- Alix3791  11/11/2016
Eugenia Tanaka is an Indonesian-born Australian badminton player. At the age of fourteen, Tanaka moved to Melbourne, Australia, where she started playing badminton, and obtained a dual citizenship. Tanaka is also a member of Badminton Academy of Victoria, and is coached and trained by Ricky Yu.

Tanaka qualified for the women's doubles at the 2008 Summer Olympics in Beijing, by placing fifteenth and receiving a continental spot for Oceania from the Badminton World Federation's ranking list. Tanaka and her partner Tania Luiz lost the preliminary round match to Japanese pair Miyuki Maeda and Satoko Suetsuna, with a score of 4–21 and 8–21.
-- lilolaf  2/22/2017

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