Euphemia (disambiguation)

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Euphemia (ευφημία; /ɛffmˈə/) is a Greek female given name, meaning "well-spoken". It is derived from the ancient Greek words ευ (good) and φημί (to speak).
The diminutive Effie is a pet form of Euphemia.

Euphemia or Eufemia may also refer to:

Christianity[edit]

  • Euphemia (died c. 307) - Christian martyr and saint.

Royals[edit]

Nobles[edit]

Other people[edit]

  • Catarina Eufémia (1928-1954) - Portuguese peasant who became a symbol of Portuguese communists
  • Frank Eufemia (born 1959) - retired Major League Baseball relief pitcher

Fictional characters[edit]

Songs[edit]

  • "Euphemia" by Area 11 from the albums Blackline and All the Lights in the Sky

Ships[edit]

Other[edit]

See also[edit]