Eunice

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Eunice is a feminine given name, from the Greek Εὐνίκη, Euníkē, from "eu", good, and "níkē", victory. As an English name (Eunice), it was first used after the Protestant Reformation.

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Biology[edit]

  • Eunice (genus), a genus in the Eunicidae family of worms
  • Eunice, a genus of brush-footed butterflies invalidly established by Geyer in 1832; now Eunica

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