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Eugenius may refer to:
- Eugenius, Roman emperor.
- Eugenius, a Roman usurper during the rule of Diocletian.
- Eugenius, a Coptic saint - see Eugenius, Eugander, and Abilandius.
- Eugenius, a character in Laurence Sterne's novel The Life and Opinions of Tristram Shandy, Gentleman
- Eugenius of Palermo, Sicilian admiral.
- Eugenius of Carthage, a canonised bishop of Carthage.
- Eugenius I of Byzantium, Bishop of Byzantium from 237 to 242.
- Eugenius I of Toledo (died 647), Archbishop of Toledo from 636 to 647
- Eugenius II of Toledo (died 657), Archbishop of Toledo from 647–657
- Owain ap Dyfnwal (fl. 934), King of the Cumbrians
- Owain ap Dyfnwal (died 1015), King of the Cumbrians
- Owain Foel (fl. 1018), King of the Cumbrians
- Patriarch Eugenius II of Constantinople, Patriarch of Constantinople from 1821 to 1822
Four popes have been named Eugenius:
- Pope Eugenius I (654-657)
- Pope Eugenius II (824-827)
- Pope Eugenius III (1145–1153)
- Pope Eugenius IV (1431–1447).
- Eugenius, a Scottish rock band.
- Various individuals named Eugene, a later French and English derivation of the name.
- Eugenius is a Latin translation of the Old Irish Eochaid, used by mediaeval chroniclers for many Irish and Scottish Kings.
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