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I like Eunice for a middle name with Gail which is now my fave, Eunice is old fashioned but sounds unique not sure for a first name but I like it enough for a middle. You can't shorten it and it is classy, an interesting name is more important than an overly appealing name I think. I like Gemma, Olive and Lana also. I think Eunice is a girls name only.
GillianW  12/4/2017
Eunice Cho is a Korean-American actress. Her best-known role was Robin in the Cartoon Network live action/animated TV movie, Re-Animated. She also voiced Kiku in Little Bill from 2000 to 2002.
lilolaf  6/30/2017
An alternative pronunciation is you-NIECE. This is considered the European pronunciation, while YOU-niss is considered more of a Southern pronunciation.
― Anonymous User  5/6/2017
My name is Unice, pronounced "U-neese" not "E yoo nis", Eunice is beautiful, but thankfully, it's Unice, HOWEVER! THEY STILL CALL ME E YOO NIS! Hate it!
philly  1/24/2017
The name Eunice was given to 145 girls born in the US in 2015.
HerculePoirot  6/16/2016
Eunice is Lovey Howell's real name on Gilligan's Island.
Buneary  3/20/2016
Eunice (Yoo-nee-see) Girls is both a primary school and high school in Bloemfontein, South Africa.
MadisonSeptember  12/28/2015
Pronounced ev-NEE-kee or ev-NYEE-kee in Modern Greek.
Kosta  9/17/2015
Pronounced Ev-NEE-kay in Koine greek.
― Anonymous User  8/20/2015
When I hear this name, I picture an ugly nerd sitting in the corner without friends. Sorry, I'm just being honest.
lilpimpteller  1/25/2015
The name Eunice was given to 135 baby girls born in the US in 2012.
Oohvintage  7/17/2013
Weeeeeell... I am actually sort-of embarrassed to say that I like this name...
SEC908  2/8/2013
Dirty passion of mine. Like some people like Nevaeh, I like Aurelia and Eunice.
SEC908  11/2/2012
I've never heard this name pronounced YOO-nees, only YOO-nis. [noted -ed]
Kate  7/3/2011
Not terrible, but very very old fashioned.
Chrila96  11/18/2010
I always hear this name on a nerd. :/
Liesl  10/30/2010
Eunice Kennedy Shriver is a founder of the Special Olympics. She is a sister of the late John F. Kennedy and the mother-in-law of Arnold Schwarzenegger.
bananarama  8/6/2009
This name is okay, however I think that in this day and age it shouldn't be used as a first name because of it's associations with the word eunuch. Not the best connotation for a girl's name, at all.
Anthroponomastics  5/27/2009
Haha, this is my grandfather's middle name? Always thought it was a male name because of that.
― Anonymous User  5/18/2009
I think this name is really unique, so classic. It goes better with Michelle. I can say because this is my name. ^_^ By the way, another thing that made 'Eunice' special is its spelling. Not everyone can spell it correctly. Some may write it as 'Unise/Unice/Youniece or what so ever'. You can also alter the pronunciation. It's also nice to have a name with a meaning of victory. It is also the name of a Nereid which means good victory. It's all about victory. But still, nobody can please anybody. It's only my point of view. I only think that my name, Eunice, is unique and I'm pretty sure it pleases me. A lot. That's all!

P.S. Don't you think 'Ms. Universe' be spelled "Ms. EUNICEverse?"
Cool huh? ^_^
Stralbem  3/1/2009
I hate this name, it cries out "ugly".
camilana646  2/20/2009
Umm, I don't like this name at all. It's so outdated that it's nearly the equivalent of Abner. No offense or anything.
― Anonymous User  7/2/2008
I never did like this name. It's so old-fashioned, it's not a pretty name at all, and I dislike most names that end in the 's' sound.
slight night shiver  5/23/2008
It's my mum's middle name. Sorry but it's terrible. It's too hard and sounds "ugly".
― Anonymous User  2/23/2008
Pronounced uh-nees in French.
― Anonymous User  11/9/2007
Eunice Gayson (real surname Sargaison) played the character Sylvia Trench in two James Bond films - 'Dr. No' (1962) and 'From Russia With Love' (1963).  10/9/2007
Sorry, but I don't really like this name and I cannot see it coming back anytime soon. It's not quite as bad as, say, Ethel or Gladys, but it is usually meant for old ladies nowadays.

It is also the name of one-time Bond girl Eunice Gayson (b. 1931), when back in the 1960s Sean Connery played 007.  7/25/2007
It would be nice to know someone named Eunice. It is such a pretty name!
― Anonymous User  6/19/2007
This name is nice whether yoo-NEE-see (yes I see my knee) or yoo-NEH-seh or just plain ol' yoo-Nis or maybe even eunika (yoo-nee-kah). It's quite nifty and sounds nice in its own way (bad pun intended there). But doesn't it kinda sound it'd be related to eunuch? Gone at that one, this name still has a hit.
― Anonymous User  6/3/2007
This is my name and I've always rocked it pretty well, thank you very much, despite the fact that 1) almost nobody can spell it and 2) the only cool person to have borne it was Nina Simone. But it's nice to be the only bearer of your name in any given zip code! ;)

From traveling, I've discovered the following pronunciations: "ou-NEECE" in French, "ef-nee-KEE" in modern Greek (this was a guess hazarded to me; the transliteration was difficult to figure out), "eh-ooh-NEE-see" in Brazilian Portuguese, and "eh-ooh-NEE-seh" in Spanish.

The '-nike'/'-nice' particle of the name refers to Nike, the Greek goddess of victory, which is what the Nike sportswear brand is named after. How's that for a namesake? :)
― Anonymous User  5/27/2007
It is also the name of a naiad.
― Anonymous User  10/15/2006
I have a friend named Eunice but goes by Nikki. She pronounces it YOO-NEECE but I've always heard it YOO-NIS.
Paxton  9/3/2006
Sounds very pretty but fragile. Nice meaning though.
― Anonymous User  6/1/2006
Eunice was a character in the film and novel: Quo Vadis.
― Anonymous User  5/27/2006
Nina Simone's birth name was Eunice Kathleen Waymon.
ars musica  12/3/2005
Where I'm from, it's pronounced YOO-nis.
echo_of_the_past  11/28/2005
In ancient Greek mythology, Eunice was a Naiad.
Damis  6/27/2005
An older pronunciation is "yoo-NIE-see."
Kosta  2/10/2005

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