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The name Euterpe (Efterpi) comes from the word Eu (Ef)(=fine) and the word terpsis(=delight). An other form of it is Effie. The muse of the flute art had this name.
― Anonymous User  1/13/2005
It's a unique name that you don't hear every day. It really has a deep meaning.
― Anonymous User  1/13/2005
Euterpe is the scientific name for the Açaí, a palm fruit native to the Amazon region.
earthnut  4/19/2008
I played Euterpe in a school play. It's a pretty name but definitely not for a child!
ibbierose  1/27/2009
Pronounced yoo-TIR-pee.
erb816  12/14/2009

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