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Eugene may refer to:
- Eugene (given name), information about the name including a list of people with the given name
- Eugene (actress), South Korean actress and former member of singing group S.E.S.
- Pope Eugene I, Italian pope from 655 to 657
- Pope Eugene II, Italian pope from 824 to 827
- Pope Eugene III, Italian pope from 1145 to 1153
- Pope Eugene IV, Italian pope from 1431 to 1447
- Prince Eugene of Savoy (1663–1736), Austrian general, statesman of the Holy Roman Empire and the Austrian monarchy
- In the United States
- Eugene, Oregon, a city in Lane County, Oregon
- Eugene, Indiana, an unincorporated town in Vermillion County, Indiana
- Eugene, Missouri, an unincorporated town in Cole County, Missouri
- In Canada
- Mount Eugene, in Nunavut; the highest mountain of the United States Range on Ellesmere Island
- Eugene Green Energy Standard, an international standard to which electricity labelling schemes can be accredited to confirm that they provide genuine environmental benefits
- Eugene Group, a Korean chaebol
- Eugen Systems, a gaming company located in France, makers of Act of War: Direct Action
- Eugene Onegin, a novel in verse written by Aleksandr Pushkin
- Eugene Onegin (opera), an opera in three acts by Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky
- Eugene Trilogy, a collection of plays by Neil Simon
- Hey Eugene!, the third full-length album and single by Pink Martini
- "Careful with That Axe, Eugene", a single by rock group Pink Floyd
- Eugene (Pokémon) or Eusine, a character in Pokémon media
- A character in the Nickelodeon program Hey Arnold!
- German cruiser Prinz Eugen
- USS Eugene (PF-40), a Tacoma-class frigate
- USS Eugene A. Greene (DD-711), an American Gearing-class destroyer
- SMS Prinz Eugen, an Austro-Hungarian dreadnought battleship
- HMS Prince Eugene (1915), a British monitor
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