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Eustace

Eustace is an English male name, which either comes from Eustachius, the Latin form of Ancient Greek Eustachys meaning “fruitful” from Greek elements eu (good) and stachus (ear of corn); or it could be derived from Ancient Greek Eustathius meaning “well built, stable, steadfast”, made up from Greek elements eu (good) and histemi (to stand up, to set up). Eustace is also a surname derived from the given name.

Nicknames: Stacy, Stace

Origin: Ancient Greek

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Variants:

  • Eustice (English)
  • Eustachius (Late Roman)
  • Eustachys (Ancient Greek)
  • Eustathios (Ancient Greek)
  • Eustathius (Latinized Ancient Greek)
  • Eustache (French)
  • Efstathios (Modern Greek)
  • Eustachio (Italian)
  • Eustáquio (Portuguese)
  • Eustaquio (Spanish)

 

Female forms:

  • Eustacia (English)

 

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