Usage Late Roman
Other Forms FormsHellenized form: Εὐτυχιανός (Eutychianos)
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Meaning & History
Roman cognomen which was derived from the latinized Greek given name Eutychius or Eutychus.Known bearers of this name include the 5th-century Roman consul Flavius Eutychianus and the 6th-century writer Eutychianus of Adana (then located in the Byzantine Empire). Since Greek was the primary language of the Byzantine Empire, the latter bearer must have been known as Eutychianos locally.