Eudoxia (Greek: Ευδοξία, Eudoxía), Eudokia and Eudocia (Ευδοκία, Eudokía) or Evdokia is a feminine given name, which originally meant "good deeds" in Greek. The Slavic languages know a few forms of the name - East Slavic: Евдокия, Evdokiya; Russian: Євдокія, Yevdokiya. It was mainly popular in late antiquity and during the Middle Ages, particularly in Eastern Europe. It continues in use today, usually in honor of various saints.
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Eudoxia, Eudokia and Eudocia
The names Eudoxia, Eudokia, and Eudocia are interchangeable in most cases for the Wikipedia search engine.
List in alphabetical order, disregarding use of "c", "k" and "x" where irrelevant for Wikipedia search engine.
- Eudoxia of Heliopolis (d. 120), early Christian saint and martyr
- Saint Eudocia: see below under Aelia Eudocia
- Byzantine royals
- Aelia Eudocia/Eudocia Augusta (c. 401 – 460 AD), Saint Eudocia, Byzantine empress, wife of Theodosius II and daughter-in-law of Aelia Eudoxia
- Aelia Eudoxia (c. 380 – 404), Byzantine empress, daughter of Flavius Bauto and wife of Emperor Arcadius
- Eudoxia, Byzantine princess, niece and mistress of Andronikos I Komnenos[dubious ]
- Eudocia (daughter of Valentinian III)/Princess Eudocia (439 – 466/474?), daughter of Emperor Valentinian III and Licinia Eudoxia, wife of Vandal king Huneric
- Eudokia (wife of Justinian II), Byzantine empress, wife of Justinian II
- Eudocia Macrembolitissa (1021–1096), Byzantine empress, wife of Emperors Constantine X Doukas and Romanos IV Diogenes
- Eudokia Angelina (d. 1211, or later), Byzantine princess, consort of Stefan the First-Crowned of Serbia
- Eudocia Augusta: see Aelia Eudocia
- Eudocia Baiane/Eudokia Baïana (died 901), Byzantine empress, wife of Leo VI the Wise
- Eudoxia Epiphania (b. 611), daughter of Emperor Heraclius and Fabia Eudokia
- Eudokia Ingerina (c. 840 – c. 882), Byzantine empress, wife of the 10th century Emperor Basil I
- Fabia Eudokia/Eudokia (wife of Heraclius) (c. 580 – 612), Byzantine empress, wife of the Emperor Heraclius
- Licinia Eudoxia, Byzantine empress, daughter of Theodosius II and Aelia Eudocia, wife of Emperors Valentinian III and Petronius Maximus
- Non-Byzantine royals
- Eudoxia Lopukhina, first wife of Peter the Great
- Eudoxia of Moscow or of Suzdal (Yevdokia) (d. 1407), Grand Duchess of Muscovy, wife of Dmitri Donskoi
- Maria Eutokia Toaputeitou, queen of Polynesian island of Mangareva, wife of Maputeoa, mother of Joseph Gregorio II
- Evdokia Kadi, Cypriot singer
- Evdokia disambiguation page
- Avdotia disambiguation page
- Eudoxias, city and bishopric in Asia Minor
- MV Eudoxia, British cargo ship
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